One doesn’t see many spear and sword wielding guards anymore. This was taken at the Sikh Temple on Chandni Chowk, i.e. the Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib 6 more words
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Ahoy there, I went to the Savoy!
Well, what you may ask is so special about that? It is that I got through the doors of this establishment and was able to take pictures without having to pay hundreds, if not thousands of pounds a night for a room. 300 more words
Air Bersih di Pantai Kapur: Potensi Pemanfaatan Teknologi SWRO (Sea Water Reverse Osmosis) di Kawasan Wisata Pantai Pandawa
I’m currently proposing a research to see whether it is feasible or not of having a SWRO plant installed in Pandawa Beach of Kutuh Village. The technology itself has been implemented in several countries in the world, and I am certain that it’s also possible to install it in Indonesia, especially Bali. 123 more words
NOTE: I previously shared with you my thoughts on 10 marketing trends that I plan to focus on in 2015. Of those 10 trends, I plan to break each one of them down into its simplest form so that you can understand it and implement it in your own destinations or places of business. 472 more words
In June, my research paper was selected for presentation at the Pacific Asian Communication Association conference in Bandung, Indonesia. I got stuck on one of those tour packages and we ended up going to Taman Mini, a government sanctioned “mini Indonesia” for tourism and nationalistic purposes. 15 more words
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) — Leopold’s Ice Cream, The Collins Quarter and The Florence are all featured in Georgia Tourism’s first Culinary Explorer video.
The Georgia Department of Economic Development brought culinary expert and nationally recognized food writer, … 76 more words