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  • Travel Experience On To Paper
    Travel Experience On To Paper
    For the people who love to travel and for them who like to write each of the minutest details of their travel experience here is something really exciting for you. Travel is a pleasure in itself, to make it more glamorous and enduring the best you can do to make it everlasting is write them down. Not just the generation of today but if it is truly the artwork of writing creativity it will be remembered for ages to come. Some people have everything to start with writing but they lag behind in one thing that is the actual story telling, how do you blend your inner creativity in to writing and that too in the form that people would love reading. You must have read lots of novels and biographies and poetic stanzas, what makes them so demanding – it is the art of true writing skills. Remember, how the suspense novels used to start with  [...]
    Posted at August 14th, 2009 at 10:08 am
  • Spontaneous Writings
    Spontaneous Writings
    You are on a travel and guess you come across a wonderful picturesque land and you don’t have a camera to capture it, what do you do in such a situation? If you are a creative writer and don’t want to miss out on this wonderful picture you simply pull out your pen and paper and start scribbling. Scribbling in terms not merely scribbling but write notes on what you just saw. For creative writers, any place is the best suited may it be the last deck of the bus or a bench near the sea shore. You can select the place as per your preference. The best advantage of spontaneous writing is that you don’t miss out on any details, if the matter is delayed then you might miss out on some points but when it is live that you are jotting down all the points its highly impossible for you to miss out on any thing that is important. Travel blogs  [...]
    Posted at August 13th, 2009 at 08:08 pm
  • Words To Be Avoided In Your Travel Blog Writing
    Words To Be Avoided In Your Travel Blog Writing
    To write your travel experiences is not an easy task, you have to get right amount of words and creativity to indulge your readers in to reading your travel blog. In our day to day life, we come across so many things that we read let say newspapers or magazines, one thing that catches our attention is the use of words written in a creative way that gets us engrossed in the books but sometimes, it so happens that you nearly get annoyed with the writer as to what exactly he is trying to say for some, the sentence might be confusing and for some the style and yet for some it’s the words or phrases that they don’t like. When you are all set to write make sure that you don’t use the words which makes your sentence incomplete, don’t let your readers keep guessing as to what you were trying to say. It is a little annoying when you  [...]
    Posted at August 13th, 2009 at 08:08 am
  • Information On Tsunami
    Information On Tsunami
    Over and again, world has been facing varied natural disasters in which millions of people have died up to now and losses amounting to billions of dollars, but what we can do about natural disasters when they hit us, the least we could do is to predict them and take steps to avoid the loss of life and property. I never knew of the word called Tsunami unless for the event which took place on 2004 Indian ocean earthquake, it was under the sea earthquake which occurred at 00:58:53 UTC, December 26. The under water earthquakes are called Tsunami, it happened at the epic centre off the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. I still remember the days of December 2004 in which nearly 230,000 people died in over 11 countries, the major cause of the quake as the research says was due to subduction, which triggered a series of tsunamis, which were  [...]
    Posted at August 12th, 2009 at 09:08 pm
  • Breathtaking Barcelona Spain Travel Guide- Part III
    Breathtaking Barcelona Spain Travel Guide- Part III
    The Picasso Museum has many works of art of the most revered Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso who spent his seminal years in Barcelona. Miró’s fine artworks from 1914 are at display at the Miró Museum along with an assortment of figurines, wall-hangings and early drawings. Barcelona has always attached significant importance to sports. Football fans must not miss a visit to the notable Camp Nou which is the biggest football stadium worldwide second only to Marcana. A giant congregation of nearly a lakh eager spectator assemble here to cheer on the top-notched FC Barcelona team in action. One can view the huge display of cups won, photographs and figurines of revered players at the Barcelona FC Museum. The Seu or The Cathedral de la Santa Creu is a decedent example of fine Mediterranean Gothic style and amongst the most splendid  [...]
    Posted at August 12th, 2009 at 09:08 am
  • Splendour Beyond The Great Wall Of China – Part VI
    Splendour Beyond The Great Wall Of China – Part VI
    China is considered as a copious warehouse of Buddhist art that is unsurpassed worldwide. Built into a crag wall of the Echoing Sand Mountain that is 25 kilometres south-east of Dunhuang, Gansu Province, the Mogao Caves or Mogao Grottoes also known as the Thousand-Buddha Grottos is a hive of caves built between the fourth to the fourteenth centuries embodying the acme of Buddhist art and a rich treasure trove of Buddhist sutras, frescos and figurines. It is among the three famed rock grottos in China and stretches up to four levels high in the crag wall of the Mingsha hill. A total of 492 grottos in diverse sizes with more than two thousand colourful sculptures were built over a millennium. The vibrant murals are a perfect exemplar of art and mind’s eye, sodden with the best of the arts from primeval India, Greece and Iran.  [...]
    Posted at August 11th, 2009 at 08:08 pm
  • Breathtaking Barcelona Spain Travel Guide- Part II
    Breathtaking Barcelona Spain Travel Guide- Part II
    Barcelona is an overwhelming feast to all the senses and an entirely different world of inconceivable shapes, vibrant hues, serpentine streets and a lot more to be discovered. Barcelona has the grandest castles in all Europe. The 370-year old Montjuïc Castle is a 173 metres high fortification atop the Montjuïc hill proffers splendid views of the city and the Barcelona port. It was once a political jail and site for ghastly executions during the reign of the tyrant Franco at the time of the Spanish War who also aided in the construction of the Military museum. There are huge cannons surrounding the statue of a naked woman paying tribute to the premier California governor, Gasper de Portola. Verdant vegetation encircles the bastion with an archery range located adjacent to it. Other prime places of interest in Montjuïc are the Magical  [...]
    Posted at August 11th, 2009 at 09:08 am
  • Splendour Beyond The Great wall Of China – Part V
    Splendour Beyond The Great wall Of China – Part V
    Considered a nugget amongst the magnificent sceneries in China, the 437 kilometres long Li River originates from the Cat Mountain flowing through the Guilin and Yangshuo as it winds its course like a blue ribbon passing through innumerable mountain peaks, tumbling waterfalls resembling a broad reeling picture that is bound to engage all the senses. Those who wish to unwind in the lap of nature far from the maddening hassles of urban life then the West Mountain and the Dian Chi Lake at the mountain’s base located in south-west Kunming, Yunnan are the ideal places to see. Undertake a trek up the West Mountain exploring the Longmen considered the largely picturesque spots found on the densely wooded West Mountain that overlooks the capacious Dian Chi Lake. The stunning solitary mountain of Lushan, located in south Jiujiang city in  [...]
    Posted at August 10th, 2009 at 10:08 pm
  • Breathtaking Barcelona Spain Travel Guide- Part I
    Breathtaking Barcelona Spain Travel Guide- Part I
    The vast expanses and the magnificent panorama of the Barcelona city are idyllically explored via foot. One can find several surreal examples of Antonio Gaudi’s original architecture. The Casa Mila that was derisively dubbed as La Pedrera meaning Stone Quarry spanning more 100 square metres is inclusive of two huge spherical patios supplying nearly each section of the house with sunshine. The distinguishing undulating brick work, colorful natural stone tiles, wrought iron galleries looping around in plant similar shapes and no sight of absolute straight lines are all proof of Gaudi’s avant-garde architecture. The unusual, intricate roof has an incredible congregation of mask-like and ceramic circuitous chimneys. From the rooftop one can enjoy fine views of the Eixample district that is a lovely locality with several picturesque  [...]
    Posted at August 10th, 2009 at 10:08 am
  • Splendour Beyond The Great Wall Of China – Part IV
    Splendour Beyond The Great Wall Of China – Part IV
    China is blessed with bountiful serenading sceneries ranging from majestic mountains, rivers, lakes and mystic grottos. The world famed Yellow Mountain rises straight amongst the mountain peaks in the south Anhui Province offering picturesque locales like pine woodlands, bizarre rocks, Cloud Sea and therapeutic hot water springs. The 154 square meters spanning Yellow Mountain also called Mt. Huangshan comprises of seventy-two multi-dimensional mountain peaks with the three key ones being the Lotus Peak, the Tiandu Peak and the Bright Summit Peak all of which are situated at 1800meters above the sea level. A one clambers up, one is faced with a plethora of jaw-dropping sights like the Ciguaung Pavillion nuzzled amidst dense forestation and lofty bamboo plantations and the nerve-soothing ambience of the Banshan Temple flanked by the  [...]
    Posted at August 9th, 2009 at 10:08 pm