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  • MSC CRUISES and NINTENDO EMBARK on a NEW ERA in ON-BOARD ENTERTAINMENT  By : Diana M. Orban Associates
    MSC Cruises, the world’s leading private cruise company with offices in 36 countries, and Nintendo, which has sold 2.4 billion video games and over 420 million consoles, plan to consolidate their partnership by organizing special events, games and tournaments for video game fans worldwide.
  • Celebrate Spring On An MSC Cruises Caribbean Cruise  By : Diana M. Orban Associates
    MSC Splendida and MSC Magnifica will be launched, respectively, in 2009 and 2010. MSC Cruises is the only company to receive the "6 Golden Pearls" award from the Bureau Veritas in recognition of its high level of quality management and environmental protection.
  • MSC Cruises Reveals New Europe 2009 Virtual Brochure  By : Diana M. Orban Associates
    MSC Cruises is the only company to receive the "6 Golden Pearls" award from the Bureau Veritas in recognition of its high level of quality management and environmental protection.
  • Sail on MSC Cruises Spectacular Winter Sailings to Quebec and New York City  By : Diana M. Orban Associates
    MSC Cruises is the only company to receive the "6 Golden Pearls" award from the Bureau Veritas in recognition of its high level of quality management and environmental protection.
  • Tips For Choosing The Ideal Caribbean Cruise  By : Robert Thomson
    You have listened to all your friends rant and rave about how great cruising is and you are finally ready to take the plunge.
  • MAURITIUS: ON THE ROAD  By : jassi
    The sea is never too far away in Mauritius. The moment you step out of the airport, you smell the sea. And as you turn onto the M2, which is Mauritius’ only motorway that runs from the airport in the south to the capital, Port Louis, in the north, the rear view mirror captured the sea in its intense blue colour.
  • MANILA –FOR TRAVELERS  By : jassi
    At one o’clock on a weekday night Manila’s Roxas Boulevard (of Baywallk, as I is better known) is buzzing with a variety of entertainment. A group of young stand-up comedians in lurid polyester overalls, sporting gelled Mohawk manes, tumble across a temporary stage shrieking Tagalog lines that send the crowds into hysterical
  • MADVI BEACH-FOR TRAVELERS  By : jassi
    Mandvi beach is the only privately owned beach in India, with the property extending right up to the waterline
    Two-and-a-half kilometers of beach all to yourself. A waiter from the restaurant trudges across the sand, bearing provender. Long pool-chairs, under a thatch umbrella.
  • LAND OF THE SNOWY PEAKS  By : jassi
    Himachal Pradesh derives its name from the Sanskrit word, Himachal, which when split means him (snow) and achal (unmovable) of “The Mountain State”. About 350-7000m above the sea level and covering over 56,000 sq km of the Western Himalayas, the state’s terrain rises from the foothills of the Shivalik,
  • Lakshadweep-Spectacular Sunset  By : jassi
    Spectacular sunsets draw people to the shore in the evenings. Check out Kavaratti, the administrative capital of Lakshadweep.

    Lakshadweep is the tiniest Union Territory of India and its only coral island chain. This archipelago consists of 36 islands, 12 atolls, three reefs and five submerged banks.
  • KULLU SHAWLS (INDIA)  By : jassi
    Kullu’s famous shawls evolved from the pattu, the traditional dress of the valley. A three-meter length of hand-woven wool, the pattu is worn by women like a tunic, wrapped round the body and fastened at the front and over the shoulders. The pattu is still widely used by village women, usually worn on top of pajamas. Married women also wear a dhattu, or headscarf.
  • Ecotourism- Kodai in Bloom  By : jassi
    Kodaikanal is hotting up as a destination for ecotourists.the eco-conscious can build their own holiday cottages there.

    In the Kodai EcoVillage, ad agency O&M’s dream theme, a plot costs between $19000 to $55000 an acre. Buyers have to sign an eco-pledge that restricts construction to 2,800 sq ft (per acre per level) and mandates green construction material,
  • KHAJURAHO –UNIQUE GIFT TO THE WORLD  By : jassi
    Designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the temples at Khajuraho are India’s unique gift to the world. These magnificent temples were built between the ninth and tenth centuries by the rulers of the Chandela dynasty, who dominated Central India at that time. These temples depict the rich history, culture,
  • KASAULI-FOR PEACE & TRANQUILITY  By : jassi
    State Himachal Pradesh,INDIA

    Location in the Shivaliks at 6,400 ft, overlooking the plains of Punjab, 77km from Shimla Route from Delhi NH1 to Ambala; NH22 to Dharampur via Panchkula and Pinjore; state road to Kasauli
  • KALPESHWAR -Best Trekking And Camping In India  By : jassi
    Yes, It’s in India. Come in September. It’s a great month for trekking in the mountain deserts of Spiti, Ladakh or in the relative dry Darma valley in the northeastern Kumaon
  • A short guide to road – For Travelers  By : jassi
    To get your trip off to a calm and happy start, make sure you know where you are going, and tell your family and friends about it. Check weather and terrain conditions along your route.
  • Geography OF India-For Travelers  By : jassi
    Set apart from the rest of Asia by the supreme continental wall of the Himalayas, the Indian subcontinent touches three large bodies of water and is immediately recognizable on any world map. It is the huge, terrestrial beak between Africa and Indonesia.
  • FOWL PLAY (INDIA)  By : jassi
    If you are willing to rough it out, explore the interiors of Maharashtra(India) this little village has a surprise in store for you. Enjoy a simple break in Chincholi Morachi, with colours for company.
  • SOUTH CHINA FOOD-FOR TRAVELLERS  By : jassi
    Kitchens can get competitive in South China when the talk turns to dim sum. Every year, Hong Kong chefs roll up their sleeves and flex their fingers to prepare for an annual dim sum competition. Dim sum, literally “a little bit of heart”, is a smorgasbord of sweet and savory tidbits,
  • FOOD TIPS FOR TREKKERS  By : jassi
    Plan the dishes on your day wise menu careful with your trekking buddies. Agree that on Monday morning you will eat A and B for breakfast, C for lunch, D and E for dinner, and on Tuesday, you will eat X, Y and Z and so on. If you prefer porridge for breakfast,
  • Flora & Fauna-In India  By : jassi
    India has a wealth of flora and fauna. It is estimated that over 500 species of mammals, 2000 species of birds, 30,000 species of insects and hundreds of species of fishes and reptiles reside in the India sub-continent.
  • Fishing For Peace  By : jassi
    For a restful, green getaway, try out the fishing camp at Galibore, about 100 km from Bangalore in India. Here, you have the rare opportunity to be active at your own easy pace.
  • FIRST TRIP TO CHINA  By : jassi
    If it is your first trip to China then do the Big four-BEIJING, SHANGHAI, XIAN AND GUILIN in 7-10 days.

    Spend two days each in Beijing and Shanghai and a day each in Xian and Guilin.
  • FIRST CHINA TO TRIP  By : jassi
    If it is your first trip to China then do the Big four-BEIJING, SHANGHAI, XIAN AND GUILIN in 7-10 days.

    Spend two days each in Beijing and Shanghai and a day each in Xian and Guilin.
  • THE FAR HORIZONS OF INDIA  By : jassi
    When the scorching summer turns the plains into a fiery cauldron, lend your ears to the call of the mountains. Take a plunge into the depths of rolling greens and crystal clear lakes. Wake up to the call of a hornbill in the North East.
  • A short guide to road – For Travelers  By : jassi
    To get your trip off to a calm and happy start, make sure you know where you are going, and tell your family and friends about it. Check weather and terrain conditions along your route.
  • Geography OF India-For Travelers  By : jassi
    Set apart from the rest of Asia by the supreme continental wall of the Himalayas, the Indian subcontinent touches three large bodies of water and is immediately recognizable on any world map. It is the huge, terrestrial beak between Africa and Indonesia.
  • FOWL PLAY (INDIA)  By : jassi
    If you are willing to rough it out, explore the interiors of Maharashtra(India) this little village has a surprise in store for you. Enjoy a simple break in Chincholi Morachi, with colours for company.
  • SOUTH CHINA FOOD-FOR TRAVELLERS  By : jassi
    Kitchens can get competitive in South China when the talk turns to dim sum. Every year, Hong Kong chefs roll up their sleeves and flex their fingers to prepare for an annual dim sum competition. Dim sum, literally “a little bit of heart”, is a smorgasbord of sweet and savory tidbits,
  • Safety Tips for Cruising Starters  By : Michael Russell
    Cruise travel can be the most relaxing form of travel imaginable. While some enjoy climbing mountains, scuba diving or learning Muay Thai fighting, many others are perfectly content to lay by the pool, soak up some rays, and get in line early for the buffet. As someone who loves being pampered as much as the next guy, here are a few solid cruise travel tips:

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