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1. Wasting Time Getting There
Making the most of your mini-vacation means spending less time in transit and more time relaxing. "You want to get to your destination and enjoy the place," says Sara D'Allesandro, a consultant at Liberty Travel in Natick. If you're traveling by car, start your planning at Freemaptools.com. The site's driving radius tool lets you map out all the destinations within your desired travel time.
Travelling and exploring places is a lot of fun, but the fun can get into a lot of work when you have to take toddlers and children along. If you do not plan in advance, your vacation might turn into more work with not much time to relax. So here are the some tips to follow to make your vacation with kids a fantastic!
With the level contamination of food happening all around the world, visitors to new destinations need to be extra careful these days to ensure what they consume is strictly Halal while travelling. Here are 8 tips to help you do just that:
The heat is soaring high and summer’s already around the corner. It’s that time of the year where the buzz and fuzz just bubbles up. It’s the holiday and vacation season. So wherever you are travelling this guide is all about looking great in your trip in photos and travelling light.
Muslim have always been associated with Astronomical discoveries. The Islamic golden age (8th century – 15th century) had a lot of astronomical inventions. The religious need to find the Qiblah direction was one of the main reasons for this. Muslims were also known for being merchants and undertaking long trade journeys, which was another reason for their eagerness to develop navigational tools (the forerunners of Google map!!).
Passport (Pass a Port) is derived from the from the French language passerporte. Many people mistake the port here as the sea port but it is not so. Port is actually derived from the French word Porte meaning Gateway or door.
All across countries and places, cuisines and recipes differ and one thing that also changes is also the way one eats their food. China and the Eastern Asia rely on chopsticks. The South Asian counterparts consume their food either with fork & spoon or using bare hands. From India moving west to the Middle East and north of Africa you see people using their hands for eating. Europe, America and Australia rely on fork and knife for their meals. The way one eats their food in the comfort of their home can make you guess the background (which place) the person is from.
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