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25+ Book Recommendation Sites

Last year I wrote a post listing the “top 10″ book recommendation platforms. Of course, any listing of the “top” sites has a bit of bias built in—your “top” may not be my “top”… And, plenty...
by Notes from an Alien on Aug 4, 2014

Review: Sakana Sushi Bar & Cuisine (Hangout with Bloggers Event by Tourdirections)

Heard of Sakana Sushi before? I was invited again for another food review session by Tourdirections and for the very first time, set my foot into this interesting Japanese restaurant, located at Penang Road, just right opposite of the entrance to Cam...
by Ripples on Jul 6, 2014

Top 3 Markets in Bangkok

Even for the most experienced traveller, Bangkok offers new adventures. With its tasty restaurants, relaxing massage shops and electric night-life, it’s a buzzing, exciting environment where it feels as though anything could happen. Hidden among th...
by BarePockets on May 31, 2014

Ahmedabad in 48 Hours – Eat, Drink, Sleep

Ahmedabad, the biggest city in Gujarat, presents a startling combination of old and new. Old buildings, fascinating museums and colourful markets meet traffic frenzy and over-crowding. So, if you’re only there for 48 hours and want to experience th...
by BarePockets on May 30, 2014

Sneak Peek Monday: The Accidental Witch by Jessica Penot (paranormal romance)

Today's Sneak Peek is the  The Accidental Witch by Jessica Penot (paranormal with romantic elements) from Lachesis Publishing. It's funny, scary, clever, and features a heroine that you will just love to bits.What it's about:Phaedra Michaels is...
by thepopculturedivas on May 19, 2014

Review: SORGANIC Boutique (Hangout with Bloggers Event by Tourdirections)

I went again to another Tourdirections blogger gathering session a few weeks later at SORGANIC Boutique, located at the bustling Jalan Dato Keramat road in the BL Thomson building, right opposite the Y-junction of the jail.For those who have not hear...
by Ripples on Apr 18, 2014

Five Unusual Balinese Festivals Not to Be Missed

1. The Ogoh-Ogoh Parades By five o’clock in the afternoon, locals and tourists in Sanur were already staking out prime parade watching positions at the town’s major intersection. Soon after sunset, large bamboo-and-paper effigies of demon...
by BarePockets on Apr 10, 2014

1995 Camaro LS1 Water Pump Removal & Installation

Download 1995 Camaro LS1 Water Pump Removal & Installation – 2. Removal a. Loosen the clamps for the air intake tube at the throttle body and air filter housing. Disconnect the intake air temperature sensor connector and position the harnes...

Grand National Extravagance on a Budget

The Grand National is well-known as a celebration of tradition, sportsmanship, and luxury. Hospitality packages for the three day event can easily be in the £1,000s, and the high-price accommodations that surround the Aintree can set you back even f...
by BarePockets on Mar 21, 2014

Visual Wonders: Top Natural Sights on a Driving Tour of New Zealand

  Can there be any better country to drive around than New Zealand? The stunning natural landscape is truly breathtaking, and many people choose to rent a car when they arrive so that they have the freedom to see all … Continue reading »...
by BarePockets on Mar 7, 2014

Top Travel Tips for Tourists in Saigon

  Built along the banks of its eponymous river, Saigon or Ho Chi Minh (as it’s now titled) is a busy, colourful city that’s home to more than 8 million people. While Hanoi, in the north, is Vietnam’s administrative capital, … Continu...
by BarePockets on Feb 25, 2014

Read These Tips Before Travelling to Singapore

Singapore is an exciting, bustling, multicultural destination, where you can indulge in world-class shopping centres, ride elephants in the rainforest and swim at idyllic beaches – all in one day. But to get the most out of your trip, there …...
by BarePockets on Feb 25, 2014

Tips for Travelling with your Pet

Travelling with your pet can seem like quite a difficult and stressful thing to do, but if you’re armed with some good preparations, it will be significantly easier. Your furry friend will also no doubt be much happier, too! We’ve … Continu...
by BarePockets on Feb 24, 2014

10 Flavors of Queensland Beaches

How would one go about visiting Australia? Presuming that you, like me, don’t have more than two weeks vacation at your disposal, how would you plan a trip to The Land of Plenty knowing it is the size of mainland … Continue reading »...
by BarePockets on Feb 18, 2014

Messing about on the river

We have a lot to learn from the Dutch and the Venetians.  A quick look at any High Street in Somerset, Cornwall or Mid Wales and you could be forgiven for thinking that canals and rivers were still being used … Continue reading »...
by BarePockets on Feb 17, 2014

Are You Among the Selfish Business Owners?

Did you know that small businesses of under 20 employees make up 97.7% of all businesses here in the US? If you don’t believe me, just watch all the small business owners at local business to business networking events. Then hop over to a socia...
by Increase Sales Coach on Feb 7, 2014

Creative Summer Fun Saves Cash

Summer holiday challenges parents to keep the whole family occupied, without breaking the bank. Keeping kids’ attention is difficult enough, but when times are tight family fun can be even harder to serve up. Thankfully, creative parents have w...
by BarePockets on Feb 5, 2014

Lolla and the Sea Urchin Pudding

TweetLolla and the Sea Urchin Pudding If there is an upcoming restaurant in Singapore which..The post Lolla and the Sea Urchin Pudding appeared first on Places and Foods, Travel and Food Blog.
by Places And Foods on Jan 27, 2014

Yes It Is Okay to Just Say No

Good people want to be helpful and supportive of their family, friends, colleagues and even complete strangers. They end up saying yes with some not to positive results of over scheduling to discovering that saying yes was probably not a good idea. W...
by Increase Sales Coach on Jan 5, 2014

Get Set for Hiking in the Mountains

Hiking is becoming increasingly popular. As the world becomes digitalised individuals are looking for the perfect escape. They want to leave behind the stress and strains of work and head out to the outdoors to breathe in the fresh air … Contin...
by BarePockets on Dec 18, 2013
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