Mobile Technology is Transforming Tourism Industry

Mobile Technology is Transforming Tourism Industry

Mobile Technology is Transforming Tourism industry. How do you Retain the Lead and Grow? Transformation in the Tourism Industry There are several factors that have transformed the tourism industry. One such factor is, of course, that of technology which is common to all the other factors that include the ease of transportation, the ease of booking, the Internet of course and the mobile devices. It is the digital transformation brought on by the challenge from the mobile devices that has…

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Recipes with Pumpkin

Recipes with Pumpkin

In my earlier post on ‘Pumpkin‘, I mentioned about nutritional benefits of Pumpkin. The following are recipes with Pumpkin… Pumpkin Soup with A Savory Granola Topping Ingredients: 3 ham/prosciutto slices, excess fat trimmed (chicken ham can be substituted) 1 tbsp. olive oil 2 medium onions, coarsely chopped. 4 cups (1 litre,) chicken stock Savoury Granola Topping 1 egg white, lightly whisked 45 gms rolled oats 100 gms pumpkin seeds 75 gms sunflower seeds 40 gms flaked almonds 50 gms white or…

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All You Ever Wanted to Know About a Pumpkin

All You Ever Wanted to Know About a Pumpkin

In Hindi, pumpkin is called kaddu but the universal word pumpkin comes from the British Pumpkin which came from the British Pumpion which came from the French word Pompon, which came from the ancient Greek word Pepon which was also a word for a large melon. The American tourists changed it to pumpkin which is the word used today. Pumpkins are very versatile in their uses for cooking. Most parts of the pumpkin are edible, including the fleshy smell, the…

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Recipes with Curry leaves

Recipes with Curry leaves

In my earlier post, I covered curry leaves and its benefits. The following are 2 delicious recipes to try out. Curry leaf chicken Ingredients: 1 piece cinnamon 2 cloves 3 cardamoms 1 tsp each fennel and cumin seeds 1 tbsp. peppercorns 1 cup loosely packed curry leaves + 20 more curry leaves 3 tbsp. oil 3 garlic cloves chopped  1 tsp ginger paste 3 green chillies halved ¼ tsp turmeric powder 1 cup sliced shallots or small onions 1 tsp…

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How best to use curry leaves in your cooking?

How best to use curry leaves in your cooking?

Curry leaves or kadi patta, as it is also known, is a staple in Indian dishes. The curry leaf is humble when compared to fancier aromatic herbs like cilantro, coriander, thyme, rosemary etc., but curry leaves add that pizzazz and a powerful punch and flavour to any dish they are added to. Curry leaves are a common and extremely easily available seasoning that has not received its proper status in the international culinary world as it is a lesser known…

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Relishing Bubble Teas and waffles

Relishing Bubble Teas and waffles

 I had heard so much about bubble tea so when my blogger friend Sweet Annu invited me for it, I couldn’t resist it. Bubble tea is also known as pearl milk tea, boba milk tea, boba juice or simply boba. Do you love bubble tea? Bubble tea is a unique drink and it is gaining popularity. So, what is a bubble tea? Bubble tea is the name given to the wide variety of refreshing flavoured fruit teas and milk teas…

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5 Must-See Christmas destinations in Australia

5 Must-See Christmas destinations in Australia

5 Top Australian Christmas Destinations Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne Christmas Concerts, you say? You shouldn’t miss the annual Carols by Candlelight event held at Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne. The 79-year-old tradition reaches new heights as the event brings together classic Christmas carols performed by the best musicians and stars of the stage. Give your family a memorable Australian-inspired Christmas Eve as you sing carols in chorus with thousands of visitors and locals. Bondi Beach, Sydney Enjoy the…

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Top 5 Christmas Traditions in Australia

Top 5 Christmas Traditions in Australia

When we think of Christmas, the first things that come to mind are snow-filled Christmas trees with shiny ornaments, warm fireplace, and gifts brought by the fat old man in a red suit and hat. It is not unusual to associate Christmas with white, winter snow – unless you’re in Australia. I find it awkward to sing “Let it Snow” or “White Christmas” in Australia, for Christmas in the Southern Hemisphere takes place during summer. Australian’s Christmas is when we…

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Eight Hacks to Get the Most Out of Your Hotel Stay

Eight Hacks to Get the Most Out of Your Hotel Stay

Hotels are traveller’s temporary homes. They have different amenities, like elegant interiors, cozy bedrooms, gorgeous bathrooms, relaxing balcony views, state-of-the-art public facilities, and warm customer service, which make their guests feel at home. Hotels make you feel nothing but bliss – until it’s time to see the bill. Let’s admit it. Hotel accommodations are quite expensive. And we’re not just talking about the five-star hotels but all hotels in general. The only way to relieve yourself after spending a couple…

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Discover the Historical Era of the Rajputs

Discover the Historical Era of the Rajputs

Rajasthan had a rich historical era of the Rajputs which can be seen in the majestic forts and palaces that are well conserved. Rajasthan comprises of the alpine and jagged south-eastern region and the unproductive north-western Thar Desert that extends across the border of Pakistan. Here, you can find historic cities, incredible fortresses with legends and rare beauty like Udaipur. Puskar with its holy lake and the desert city of Jaisalmer allures many tourists every year.  No wonder then, Rajasthan…

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