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A day well spent at Abu Dhabi

I was going to visit Abu Dhabi after a long time. There was excitement yet apprehension despite being a frequent traveller to various unknown lands. Most of them were like a second or third home to me, but Abu Dhabi still remained an alien land, as Dubai remains the frequented country for most of my work. I preferred Etihad Airways over Emirates due to the convenience it offered (direct flight), cost economy and past experience of travelling with it while travelling

Making magic in France and Germany

Disneyland is everybody's dream destination. I got to experience the magical world called Disneyland in Paris, France last week thanks to my maternal uncle and grandparents. This was just the chocolate topping on the multi-tiered cake that was to be my first ever trip abroad. I was all set to visit my uncle who works in Adidas at the headquarters in Herzogenaurach, Germany, and he had planned for us to see the Eiffel Tower as well. Planning for my first foreign

Congo – the unexplored travellers’ delight in Africa

The Republic of Congo or Congo Republic is a country located in the heart of the African continent. It was known as the French Congo till it gained its independence on August 16, 1960. It is the second largest country in the mainland in terms of area. It is the fourth largest oil producer in the Gulf of Guinea, but because of unequal distribution of the revenue earned, it remains backward in terms of many things. The Congo Republic has been

Rice dishes, a part of Asian traditional cuisines

Different recipes for rice puddings are popular in nearly all parts of the world and are served as dessert. National Rice Pudding day is celebrated on August 9 in the United States by treating friends and family with a mouth-smacking dish of sweetened rice dishes. Though, the origin of it is not known yet. World-over different cultures celebrate their special occasions in their particular way. Apart from customs and rituals, food is an important part of the celebrations. And most of