Archive for December, 2012

Bali’s nicest and exotic beaches

Bali is a serene island which is the ultimate holiday destination. It is a region belonging to the Indonesian archipelago but stands all by itself due to its enriched culture, history and beauty. There are many people who have already flown to the exquisite Indonesian island and describe a Bali holiday as the most appropriate vacation pleasure. When reaching the island of Bali there’s nothing to worry about except thinking how to get the best of your vacation. To enjoy ...

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Tips for travelling to South East Asia with babies

Travelling with babies can be quite a different experience compared to travelling with only grownups and this can be really challenging if the parents do not keep a few things in mind. Every region has its own set of difficulties when it comes to travelling with babies and parents should factor this while making arrangement and doing the packing. This is no different when travelling to Bali or Southeast Asia.  However, a bit of intelligent thinking and ...

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Could Social Media In Asia Lead To A Divorce

With the popularity of social media on the rise, research is beginning to show a direct correlation between the high volume of usage and the rise in marital problems.  Many Asians spend too much time on social outlets and not enough time working on areas of their marriage that may be suffering from neglect and inattention.  As you take advantage of the speed of communication and the networking available at the click of the mouse, remain vigilant to the areas ...

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Bali Voted the Best Island Destination

Bali Voted the Best Island Destination

The beautiful Indonesian island of Bali is no stranger to receiving awards for its sheer natural beauty with towering volcanoes and serene terraced rice fields. This time the award came from BBC Travel which named Bali as one of the world’s best islands, joining the illustrious company of the world’s greatest tourist destinations of the Great Barrier Reef, Boracay in the Philippines, Santorini Island in Greece, and Cape Breton in Canada. Following on from the Lonely Planet’s 2010 Best of ...

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