FUN THINGS TO DO IN TAIPEI

They say that life never stops in Taipei. True that! A huge array of fabulous restaurants, sprawling city life and nightlife, ceaseless development; this Taiwan city has determined never to stop. Another hub to the flourishing Chinese antiquity and tradition, this city is more just more than being specific; it is a platter filled with mesmerising multi-cultures existing and followed with equal respect. Everything, be it a ritual or a food, a clothing or a technology; everything takes its own new form in Taipei and mingles with its tradition. Everything about Taipei can be summed up in one single word- ‘dynamic’.
Want to know more about this upfront town of Taipei? Here is a list of things to do in Taipei

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Golden waterfall
Unlike its name, there is no gold rolling and flowing over the rocks rather the fall gained its nomenclature from the gold mine. This mine has been abandoned since a long time and the rain water falling down from the rocks pick that golden hue and appear golden, thus becoming one of the quirkiest attractions of the city.
Mountain Keelung
Situated amidst beautiful hills and valleys, Taipei is really a nature’s masterpiece. Mount Keelung, which was once an active volcano, is now extinct and presents an exemplary view of the whole of the city. With low steps, the mountain is a challenging yet an enthusiastic point to hike.
Shilin Night Market
One of the popular night markets in Taipei, this market is divided into two parts- one is the place for restaurants and food courts and other consists of a wide range of shops selling various beautiful clothes, accessories, home decor and other exquisite indigenous items.
Chang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
Dedicated in memory of the former president Chang Kia-Shek, this monument well-known for its architectural facts and is also surrounded with beautiful parks and natural trails. Also there is National Theatre located nearby and the annual Taipei Lantern Festival is celebrated at this place.
Wufenpu market
Who doesn’t love clothes? And if you are standing in the biggest cloth market of Taipei, shopping is a must. Wufenpu is a huge and extraordinary cloth market of Taipei, located at the foothills of a beautiful mountain.
Hakka Blue
The liking for Ceramics is dated such long back that it is unknown to the human beings since when the material gained place in accessorising and decoration. Hakka Blue displays some of the best ceramic wares, crockery, art pieces with the traditional Chinese prints and works persuaded by Hakka clothing patterns.
Taipei Expo Park
A perfect weekend getaway of Taipei, this expo park is a collection of various attractions suiting to all ages. With a big marketplace, plazas, amusement park and an art museum this place is a must visit for every Taipei traveller.
Taipei Zoo
Also called as Muzha Zoo it is a home to the world famous Giant Pandas Tuan Tuan and Yuan Yuan and also for other tropical animals. Also this zoo has Australian, African and other continental animal species as well as the polar animals such as seals and penguins.
Taipei Children’s Amusement Park
Renovated and relocated in Shilin, this amusement park is a best option for kids with various new rides, sandpit, and in-house restaurants. Also there is a Ferris wheel erected inside the park for the kids’ amusement. The park also offers special free rides over the place.
Themed restaurants
Taipei is popular among the locals as well as the tourists for its couple of quirky, out of the box restaurants. Dine on a toilet seat or drink beer in a testing beaker; Taipei is a fun land in terms of dining. Hello Kitty Sweets, Barbie Cafe, A380, Modern Toilet Restaurant, Ninja Restaurant are some of the popular weird restaurants in the city.

Milan – 6 Things to Know Before you Go

Milan, the fashion and financial capital of Italy is an amalgamation of the opposites- laid-back, chilled-out attitude and energetic fast paced lifestyle. With whooping crowds and never ending series of fun, this city never sleeps. As the sun sets, Milan rises with thousands of glittering lights, extravagance and non-stop rumble of locals as well as tourists; exploring a new side of the city every day.

Want to know more about this fabulous city of Italy? Here is a list of things to do in Milan:

1. Life in Milan

People of Milan are as much fast-paced as they can be sluggish and laid back. Their lifestyle is a constant juxtaposition of both these complexes. A person who might be running down the street on a busy week day tends to be more indolent, watching sport on flat screen and sipping a mug of beer or whiskey in weekends. Though the people of Milan are more into privacy, they are still friendly and welcoming. One who loves to live a calmer and secluded life even in a tourist destination, Milan doesn’t disappoint them.

2. Weather in Milan

The weather of this city is mostly cloudy and sometimes receives a non-stop shower lasting for 4-5 days! During the rains, the streets transform into small puddles of water. On a bright sunny day, people from nearby cities as well as from the distant parts of the world hop down to the place to see the Gothic architecture shining under the sun. Cycling and walking are some of the most popular things to do in Milan. Picturesque settings, clear sky and classic constructions make the place even more sensuous.

Milan Italy in Rainy days - places to see

3. Shopping

Milan can be one of the most expensive cities in the world for shopping, especially for men if they are planning to take their ladies to the world’s largest shopping mall- Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II! Nevertheless, one can never be dissatisfied with the wide range of utilitarian options available over there and would willingly spend on them. From small outlets to huge malls; fashion and style distills in the air of Milan, with a particular trend lasting only till a month! Chanel store which is a branch of the world famous Chanel brand is also one of the choices for purchasing leather bags, chic jewelry and accessories, clothes. Other prominent shopping centers are Coin, Piazza Portello, Excelsior Milano, Dolce and Gabbana Industria.

Milan Shopping - things to do

4. Nightlife in Milan

Milan carries a different beat during the nights. The nightlife in Milan is a ravishing and captivating one. The city is filled with elegant as well as overhyped bars and restaurants. Brera district is one of the most prominent areas for seeing nightlife, with a number of scintillating bars and restaurants serving great Italian cuisine. ‘Happy hours’, as they term the nights, begin from 11pm till 4pm. During these hours the bars are loaded with great drinks, delicious food and discotheques playing some of the coolest music in-house. Cafés such as HClub, Mint Garden café; Obica-Duomo, Globe Restaurant and Lounge Bar, Navigli and Garibaldi are some of the places to visit in Milan, exhibiting cool vibe and nightlife.

Milan night - things to do

5. Dinner on a tram in Milan

ATMosfera is an antique tram with restaurant servicing within the tram. If you are planning for one day in Milan, then this tram is the best option for knowing the city while dining and relaxing in the tram. With exquisite furnishing and décor, this tram-restaurant serves a four-course meal along with a memorable and detailed tour of Milan. Visit Milan and board on this luxurious transit.

Milan-dining-tram - Things to do

6. Events in Milan

This grand commerce city of Italy also hosts some of the most wonderful events of the place, apart from the Catholic festivals. Salone Internazionale del Mobile is one such unique fair displaying some of the best exotic furniture designed and put on display. Oh Bej! Oh Bej! is a huge open market fair organized on the feast of Ambrogio, Milan’s patron saint. In this event; people drink, eat, shop and have fun riding the various rides set across the streets. Festa dei Navigli is a 15 days celebration near Navigli with boat rides, cracking fireworks, and antique markets working all through the night.

Want to visit this amusing city and experience these activities over there? Check out an itinerary planner for Milan and witness this ultimate fashion and party destination.

Neuschwanstein Castle in Different Seasons

Fascinating pictures of one of the most famous and beautiful castles in Germany. It dons a different look in every season each captivating our hearts. It is also one of the most photographed buildings in the world.

Neuschwanstein Castle in Winter : A fairy tale atmosphere..

Neuschwanstein Castle in winter

Neuschwanstein Castle in Spring:

neuschwanstein castle in Spring

Neuschwanstein Castle in Summer: In summer the castles becomes the number one attraction in Germany, almost 6000 people visit the castle per day in this season.

Neuschwanstein Castle in summer

Neuschwanstein Castle in Autumn: Probably the best weather to visit the castle.

Neuschwanstein Castle in Autumn

tokyo customs and traditions

10 Tokyo Customs that will Surprise You

Sushi food, cherry blossoms, rising sun and a bustling metro-city, Tokyo is one of the top destinations of the world where people prefer travelling to. And as the proverb goes; ‘when in Rome, do as Romans do’ is applicable to this City as well.

There are innumerable interesting, crazy, weird things to do in Tokyo, but before you hop on that plane to the city, beware that it has some surprising customs that you need to know.

Here are some quirkiest customs of Tokyo that will surprise you (and also prep you up for the trip to Tokyo):

  1. Don’t Tip:

Yes, while tipping is welcomed and often considered the sign of the classiness in most of the world, it is considered rude in Tokyo; often taken as a sign of insult. Be it cabs, restaurants, personal care, remember not to tip; or you might be frowned upon!

  1. Making Noises while Slurping:

As unpleasant and irritating it is, making loud noises while eating noodles or slurping a soup is considered as a custom to show that you have like the food served. So go ahead and be a child again..slurrrrppp

Tokyo things to do

  1. Go commando:

Okay, someone just made Joey Tribbiani’s dream come true! The Onsen or the hot-baths have a rule of ‘no-swimsuits’! Although, they have a red and blue bifurcation for females and males; sigh of relief? (Or despair!)

  1. No Shoes:

Like most of the Asian countries, Tokyo also has the “take off your shoes rule” before entering any home or any flooring with Japanese tatami mats. Not so surprising until you know that this also applies to restaurants, hotels and hot spring resorts.

tokyo customs and traditions

  1. Stand Left Pass Right:

Japanese believe that two opposite stand for everything, so when using an escalator, always follow the rule- stand left pass right.

  1. Don’t blow your noise in Public:

Although unappreciated everywhere in the world, blowing your nose in public is considered as a rude way to seek attention and stand out from the rest of others! Better use a washroom!

japanese traditions

  1. Kampai:

It is considered super uncouth to drink before saying “Kampai” which implies to “cheers”!  Kampai; learn it by heart!

  1. No tattoos in public baths:

Tokyo has a wide range of public baths like Sento(neighbourhood bathhouses) and Onsens( hot baths) and guests are always requested to bath first and cleanse their bodies. But beware, the sanctity of Ofuro (bath) is of utmost importance and tattoos are not welcomed and you might get a lot of stares or even be asked to stay out of the water.

  1. Bowing and Shaking:

Bowing is considered as a sign of respect and is one of the must-do things in Tokyo when you want to greet someone. But be careful, never shake your hands and bow at the same time! It is not only awkward, but also not well-received.

tokyo customs

  1. Chopsticks:

Locals are very particular about the use of chopsticks and playing with them as if it were a toy will not be liked. Also, never put the chopsticks on a plate; they should be kept on the chopstick holder provided. Also, if you are not too comfortable using them- learn how to; it is very important! Before you plan your travel itinerary it is most important to know the do’s and don’t of the city. Even if you are there just for a few days. You never know where the trouble is going to come from. So be careful and enjoy your trip.

Door to hell

Door to Hell – Wonder Where it is?

No, I don’t have the answer for the actual door to hell. This is the nickname given to the “Darvaza Crater” in Turkmenistan. The crater is a actually a natural gas fire burning continuously for last 40 years, most possibly the result of a drilling mishap.

Door to hell

George Kourounis, a Canadian explorer, became the first person who dared to face the heat and set foot on the bottom of the hell. The mission was to gauge if life can exist in these extreme conditions. Read the news here.

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Darvaza Crater, Turkmenistan

12 Images That Will Inspire You To Go Camping. Now !

12. There is always a friend in the group who plays Guitar and entertains over a bonfire.

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11. It’s always fun to wait for food to get cooked. Drooling !!

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10. Cooking on the bank of River is something new and intuitive to try

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9. A cup of coffee tastes divine during Camps

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8.  Change is always good. To sleep and relax in a hanging  tent is an epic thing to do.

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7. Not necessarily rich in style, only those under the tent knows the “Feel Good Factor”.

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6. Gossip, condolences, singing songs – everything gets personal and touchy over a bonfire.

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5. It’s fun to try modern way of camping especially near beaches.

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4. A good night sleep over a hanging tree? Unimaginable.

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3. Everyone turns foodie and master chef during camps.

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2. Aaah! Camping brings a new flavor to the Romance.

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1. A night under the sky and below the stars is an unique experience in today’s urban life.

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A mother takes refuge with her children in Cebu city on Nov. 8.

12 Heart Breaking Images of Typhoon Haiyan’s Leftovers

We are human beings. We have mood swings. We change our temperament with time. We yell. We cry. We shout. We fight. If we aren’t someone who can have a stable state of mind and why should we expect it from the Nature; especially when we ourselves don’t bother about keeping this earth Green. I believe, Nature was at its “bad hair day”  which ultimately has eventuated into something like “Typhoon Haiyan“. A vent out, which probably has left people crying for their beloved ones, scavenging for food, watch unending number of dead-bodies post typhoon and crib over what wrong have done to witness something like this.

I can feel the agony of these people and yet i know that their pain and loss is irreversible. A life gone can never come back. It’s a nature’s drama. It’s heart breaking for me to say..but i am comfortably numb as i have my family around. At times I wake in the middle of night thinking what if it was me in that disaster.

Like any other natural calamity, this has left me stunned, jaw dropped and helpless.

I went through few websites to see what has Typhoon Haiyan left for us to see.

A Coastal community – damaged, marred and in poor condition.

An aerial view shows damaged houses on a coastal community after Typhoon Haiyan hit Iloilo Province in the central Philippines on Nov. 9.

Two of then are probably solacing each other over the loss.

Residents sit on a curb outside their damaged house.

Affected pulling relief food food by dead bodies lying on the street.

Residents pull relief goods by dead bodies in the street.

Residents wait in the queue to receive relief food.

Residents wait near Tacloban’s damaged airport for relief goods on Nov. 9.

Residents taking a shelter in a broken bus.

Survivors who lost their homes use a Jeepney public bus as shelter.

Residents carrying the body of victim in the storm.

Survivors carry a person killed in the storm.

It was an airport before. Disfigured. 

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Survival of the fittest.

Residents fetch water from an artesian well.

I think her faith has made her survive through all this.

A survivor holds a statue of Jesus Christ, her only saved belonging, after the typhoon.

Someone might have saved penny every now and then to get this car but now, this is a scrap. All i can do is Guess and solace the affected.

Overturned vehicles are seen outside a damaged airport.

Standing by each other..through thick and thin.

A mother takes refuge with her children in Cebu city on Nov. 8.

Stating a simple line that houses were destroyed wouldn’t be enough. With each house, many unfulfilled dreams, desires, lives and relations have destroyed too.

Thousands of homes were destroyed in Tacloban.

I hope and pray that The Almighty would not take such harsh action next time on us.

Ruins of St Paul

Macau Trip – Things To Do In 2 Days

Day 1 in Macau

1. Ruins of St Paul

Time To Spend: 1:30 Hrs Quick Info: Timing : 09:00 – 18:00
Public Transport: bus no. 2,5, 10, 18, 19, 26A
Next Attraction at: 4.3 Km

Refer this visual Itinerary: Best of Macau in 2 day

Overview of Day 1

Overview of Day 2

2. Macau Fishermans wharf

Time To Spend: 2:30 Hrs
Quick Info: Timing : 10:00 – 18:00
Public Transport: Macau Maritime Terminal
Next Attraction at: 3.3km

3. Macau Museum

Time To Spend: 2:00 hours
Quick Info: Timing : 10:00 – 18:00
Ticket Price: 15 MOP
Next Attraction at: 4.0 km

4. Grand Prix Museum

Time To Spend: 2:00 Hrs
Quick Info: Timing : 8:00 – 18:00
Nearest Public Transport:
Grand Prix Museum, By bus No. 1A, 3, 3A,
Next Attraction at: 4.8km

5. Macau Tower

Time To Spend: 2 Hrs
Quick Info:Opening time: 10 a.m. (weekdays) / 9 a.m. (weekends and public holidays)
Closing Time: 9 p.m.
Ticket price: MOP$120 (For adults) / MOP$60 (For seniors and children)
Timing : 10:00 – 21:00
Ticket Price: 120 MOP
Next Attraction at: 3.2km

6. Senado Square

Time To Spend: 1 Hrs
Quick Info: Public Transport
Take the No. 3, 3A, 4, 8A, 10, 10A, 11, 18, 19, 21A, 26A, 33 buses to the Av. De Almeida Ribeiro (San Ma Lo).
Next Attraction at: 7.8km

7. The Venetian Macao

Time To Spend:  1 to 2 Hrs
Quick Info: Opening time: 10 a.m. (Sunday to Thursday) / 10 a.m. (Friday & Saturday)
Closing Time: 11 p.m. (Sunday to Thursday) / 12 Midnight (Friday & Sunday)
Ticket price: The Gondola Trip: MOP$ 108 (adults) / MOP$ 80 (kids);
Ticket Price: 108 MOP

Day 2 in Macau

1. Guia Fortress

Time To Spend: 3:00 Hrs
Quick Info: Timing : 8:00 – 17:30
Ticket Price: 2 MOP
Nearest Public Transport: Guia Hill
Next Attraction at: 2.9 km

2. St. Lawrence Church

Time To Spend: 0:45 Min
Quick Info: Timing : 10:00 – 16:00
Nearest Public Transport: Fung Shun Tang Station
Next Attraction at: 2.3 km

3. Wine Museum

Time To Spend: 2:00 Hrs
Quick Info: Timing : 10:00 – 18:00
Ticket Price: 15 MOP
Nearest Public Transport: Rua de Luís Gonzaga Gomes, New Reclaimation
Next Attraction at: 2.9km

4. Camoes Garden

Time To Spend:
Quick Info: Timing : 10:00 – 18:00
Ticket Price: 5 MOP
Next Attraction at: 4.8km

5. Kun iam statue

Time To Spend: 1:30 Hrs
Quick Info: Timing : 10:00 – 18:00
Next Attraction at: 9.9km

6. City of dreams

Time To Spend: 2:30 Hrs
Quick Info:Timing : 10:00 – 23:55
 
More information on Macau available on : Macau tourist office
Templo Santa Muerte Los Angeles CA

THE TEMPLE TO THE SKELETAL SAINT

This post may sound weird to most of my readers; and why not ! This is a bizarre thing i noticed recently and felt like sharing it with you all.

There is this barbaric temple of skeletal saint in Los Angeles, California.

I read it over internet that:

It is commonly believed that Santa Muerte, also known as La Flaca and La Guerita in Mexico, was first spotted in the early 1960s in the infamous witchcraft practicing town of Catemaco, Veracruz. Others believe the origins of Santa Muerte come from pre-Columbian traditions.  Click to read more.

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Templo Santa Muerte Los Angeles CA
Templo Santa Muerte Los Angeles CA

If you know weird place like this.. then do tell us in comments below.

Autumn Tree

#Autumn

There is something incredible nostalgic and significant about the annual cascade of autumn leaves.

– Author Joe L Wheeler

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Autumn Tree
Autumn Tree

The astronomical fall (Northern Hemisphere) 2013 began on Sunday, September 22 and ends on Friday, December 20.

Eiffel Tower

One Day in Paris : What To Do (Itinerary)

Although the city is inundated with international cultures and foreign residents, Paris maintains its Frenchness from top to bottom for the taste of travelers. Probably, that’s the reason I feel, makes this city under a “wanna be” destinations of all. I mean, can you imagine a Europe trip without vising Paris? Actually not ! The place is incredibly romantic and and Paris makes sure that travelers falls in love with the place at one glance. So, how is it like to visit a PARIS in a Day?  Here’s a quick one day itinerary to Paris what to do in Paris in a day.

So here I go:  One Day Itinerary I followed on my tour

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Paris One day Itinerary

I started my tour at 9 in morning.

The Sacré-Cœur:

Address: 35 Rue du Chevalier de la Barre, 75018 Paris, France.

Also known as The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, this place is open between 8:30 – 18:30. I chose to see it first as  it was pretty much nearer to my stay at hotel.

Time Spent: 2 hours

I took a cab to reach Louvre Pyramid which was around 4.7 km away from the basilica. I reached there at around 11:15 AM.

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The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris

Louvre Pyramid & Museum

Address: Musée du Louvre, 75001 Paris, France

A pyramid built of metal and glass is a passageway to Louvre Museum.  I took a combined ticket of 16 Euros to see this place.

Just a kilometer away is Musee d orsay. I chose to walk.

Louvre in paris
Louvre in paris

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Musee d orsay: 

Address: 5 Quai Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France.

Time Spent: 4 hours

Ticket Price: 9 Euros

FYI: Closing time on Thursdays 9.45pm which otherwise is 6:30pm.  Cameras and Backpacks are not permitted here.

Musee d orsay
Musee d orsay

Notre Dame Cathedral:

Around 5 kms from Musee d Orsay, it is advisable to take a cab and reach Notre Dame Cathedral.

Address: 6 Parvis Notre-Dame, Parvis Notre-Dame – place Jean-Paul-II, 75004 Paris, France.

Good News: Free entry for cathedral. Picnics allowed.

Time to spend: 2 hours

Ticket price: 8.50 Euro

6 kms away from this cathedral is Arc de Triomphe.

Notre Dame Cathedral
Notre Dame Cathedral

 Arc de Triomphe:

Address: Charles de Gaulle, 75008 Paris, France.

Ticket price: Adults- 8 €; Students (18 to 25 )- 5 €; Groups (from 20 adults)- 6,20 €; Free for children and students up to Age 17. Make sure you visit this place when you have some energy to climb.

 Arc de Triomphe
Arc de Triomphe

If you guys are thinking I am missing Eiffel tower, you are wrong. A day in Paris is incomplete without visiting Eiffel Tower. I chose to visit it in the night as i had already seen it during daylight have always been stunned to look at the scintillating tower pictures of night.

Cross 4 kms to reach Face of Paris – Eiffel tower.

Eiffel tower:

Address: Champ de Mars, 5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France.

FYI: Picnic on the lawns is recommended over the restaurants unless you are a on spendthrift. Couples are encouraged to take lifts and have a time of their lifetime over a wine.

Time to spend: 3 hours

Eiffel Tower
Eiffel Tower

If you at all want to try out this list of attractions, let me know. I can be available to let you know more about Paris and its attractions.

Till then.. Have a gala time on your voyage to Paris.

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D Day, Normandy Beach

D Day Normandy Beach – 9000 Fallen Soldiers Etched

Location Normandy Beach:

Unless it’s a special day, one wouldn’t find beach decorated or without anything less than sea shore and salty waves that come touches your feet and sweeps you off.. Well ! Normandy beach this time was something different.

On the D day, to commemorate peace day, British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss accompanied by numerous volunteers stenciled 9,000 Fallen Soldiers who died  on June 6th, 1944 during WWII. Here’s a quick look at how they did it and how it come out.

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Drawing Soldiers on D Day beach

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D Day, Normandy Beach
Drawing Soldiers on D Day beach

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D Day, Normandy Beach

D Day, Normandy Beach
A complete picture of D Day Beach
D Day, Normandy Beach
Preparation during D Day Beach

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D Day, Normandy Beach
Part of D Day Beach
D Day, Normandy Beach
Preparation at D Day Beach
D Day, Normandy Beach
Preparation at D Day Beach
D Day, Normandy Beach
9,000 Fallen Soldiers Etched

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Northern Cardinal

Most Beautiful Birds On The Earth To See

10. Peacock

Peacock
Peacock

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9. Golden Pheasant

Golden Pheasant
Golden Pheasant

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8. Scarlet Tanager

Scarlet Tanager
Scarlet Tanager

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7. Northern Cardinal

Northern Cardinal
Northern Cardinal

 

6. Greater Bird of Paradise

Greater Bird of Paradise
Greater Bird of Paradise

 

5. Gurney’s pitta

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gurney’s pitta

 

4. Rainbow Lorikeet

Rainbow Lorikeet
Rainbow Lorikeet

 

3. Scarlet Macaw

Scarlet Macaw
Scarlet Macaw

 

2. American Goldfinch

American Goldfinch
American Goldfinch

 

1. Bluebird

Bluebird
Bluebird
Paris Hilton in Ibiza

Celebrities and Their Vacation Trips

Everyone needs a break from their routine and so does our favorite stars too. Here are some celebrities enjoying their vacations with their partners and demonstrating their Holiday Quo.  Ibiza seem to be dazzled by all the stars coming in and spending some quality time. Here’s a sneak peek.

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1.  Naomi Campbell and Adrien Brody –  Coast of Ibiza

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Naomi Campbell ibiza 2013

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2. Matthew Broderick  and wife Sarah Jessica Parker in Greece

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Matthew Broderick in Greece

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3. Jennifer Aniston,  Justin Theroux with Jason Bateman and his wife in Mexico.

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux

4. Naomi Campbell and Stacy Keibler at Ibiza

Naomi Campbell and Stacy Keibler at Ibiza
Naomi Campbell and Stacy Keibler at Ibiza

5. Leonardo DiCaprio in Ibiza.

Leonardo DiCaprio in Ibiza
Leonardo DiCaprio in Ibiza

6. Damian Lewis ALong with his two children at Ibiza.

Damian Lewis at Ibiza
Damian Lewis at Ibiza

7. Paris Hilton in Ibiza

Paris Hilton in Ibiza
Paris Hilton in Ibiza