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World Music Day / International Music Day

World Music Day / International Music Day

If you are a music lover, then you might not want to miss this out… June 21 has been designated as , a day the world celebrates the magical gift of music. It’s origins lie in France when, in 1976, American musician Joel Cohen, proposed an all-night music celebration to mark the beginning of the summer solstice and since then, it has become a worldwide phenomenon having their own celebrations in their own way, regardless of the season. Since its…

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World Music Day / International Music Day was last modified: June 21st, 2017 by Kash Pals
Missing dad on Father’s day

Missing dad on Father’s day

  Dedicated to my father and to all those who have lost their fathers and remembering them on Father’s Day. Missing dad on Father’s day was last modified: June 18th, 2017 by Kash Pals

Missing dad on Father’s day was last modified: June 18th, 2017 by Kash Pals
Tribute to Mom

Tribute to Mom

To my mom, For all those times you stood by me For all the truth that you made me see For all the joy you brought to my life For all the wrong that you made right For every dream, you made come true For all the love I found in you I’ll be forever thankful Mom You’re the one who held me up Never let me fall You’re the one who saw me through it all You were my strength…

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Tribute to Mom was last modified: May 13th, 2017 by Kash Pals
Easter Special- What will you gift this Easter?

Easter Special- What will you gift this Easter?

Easter is just around the corner. Have you decided what to gift your loved ones? Here is a quick guide to gifting on Easter– Jus’ Trufs Easter Chocolate Basket 2. ZOROY Nest Basket with 20 milk chocolate eggs Easter Special   3.  Here is something to gift your kids 10 Easter Chicken Shaped Eggs in Easter Basket filled with Cute Little Yellow Chicks Egg Shaped Easter Stampers Dinosaur Eggs Shaped Sharpeners 4. BOGATCHI CHOCOLATE FOR EASTER, EASTER EGGS CHOCOLATES, Assorted…

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Easter Special- What will you gift this Easter? was last modified: April 9th, 2017 by Kash Pals
Australia Day 2017

Australia Day 2017

What it means for Australians Every year, Australia Day is celebrated by millions of Australians on the 26th of January. This special day has lots of meaning to Aussies and it’s a day when we come together as a nation and celebrate what’s awesome about Australia and being Australian. It’s more than just a public holiday, fireworks and barbeques – it allows us to express our pride in being Australian. The date of Australia Day was chosen as the anniversary…

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Australia Day 2017 was last modified: January 26th, 2017 by Kash Pals
Top Five Things To Enjoy On Australia Day

Top Five Things To Enjoy On Australia Day

Australia day is just a few sleeps away. It is considered as the official National Day of Australia and is celebrated annually every 26th of January. The said celebration marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships at Port Jackson, New South Wales, and also the raising of the Flag of Great Britain at Sydney Cove by Governor Arthur Phillip. Australia day is a day that is being looked forward to by Aussies and…

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Top Five Things To Enjoy On Australia Day was last modified: April 26th, 2017 by Kash Pals
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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5 Must-See Christmas destinations in Australia was last modified: November 22nd, 2016 by Kash Pals
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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Top 5 Christmas Traditions in Australia was last modified: November 22nd, 2016 by Kash Pals
Vivid Sydney

Vivid Sydney

The Sydney Vivid festival is a fantastic way to spend a Winters evening (Ideally if it’s not raining). See Sydney’s landmarks transformed into moving images and amazing colours during the festival. From around 6pm – 11pm each night in Late May / Early June spend a few hours strolling around Circular Quay, the botanical gardens, and Martin Place, with other displays in the Rocks and places in the CBD. The displays are amazing and very entertaining. Not forgetting it’s all…

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Vivid Sydney was last modified: June 4th, 2016 by Kash Pals
Tulip festivals around the world

Tulip festivals around the world

Tulips are considered the harbinger of Spring. A tulip festival allows locals to see them as well as tourists enjoy the attraction. Following are some of the Tulip festivals from around the world. Which one is your favourite? ASIA  Srinagar, India– Tulip festival in India is celebrated usually in the month of April at the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden. {Refer my previous post…Beautiful landscape of Srinagar} EUROPE  Tulip Festival – the Flower of Lake Geneva– 26 Mar- 8 May The…

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Tulip festivals around the world was last modified: April 6th, 2016 by Kash Pals
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