From its stunning beaches to its delicious foods, everything is in Boracay Island. It is the perfect place for both relaxation and adventure. Never leave the island without experiencing the best things it has to offer. Cheers to one of the most beautiful places on earth. Go to Boracay now before it’s too late!
The Philippines is composed of more than 7,100 islands. It’s not only more fun in the Philippines. This is the place closest to heaven and paradise. We make a bucket list for you and make sure that you visit all these places below for a once in a lifetime experience!
Children born between 1982 and 2002 are who we call the millennial generation. This age group will eventually replace the Baby-boomers as they retire. These most organized generations ever are true multi-taskers, who are expected to have 6-8 careers in their lifetime and are captivated to diverse environments.
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Find serenity in the unspoiled island of Batanes. For a nature lover and for someone who wants to escape the capital, this one is a must-see. From its green hills that carpet the whole island, massive cliffs and oceans reflecting the clear blue sky to the rich cultural heritage of the Ivatans, the visiting experience that comes with it will make it difficult for you to come home.
Batanes is too much beauty in one place. Even if it’s the smallest province in the Philippines by land area and population, but it is in no way little when it comes to magnificence. This 10-piece archipelago has so much of spectacular sights to offer to lucky, lucky visitors.
There are only a few campgrounds in the UK that can truly be considered to be among the best. These campgrounds are located throughout the United Kingdom, and they can make a truly excellent place for your camping trip.
If you are a person that enjoys surfing, you will be happy to know that Costa Rica is one of the best places to plan your next vacation. Here are some recommendations for your next surfing surfing trip.
Recently on a visit to Aurangabad in Maharashtra had a chance to see the ‘Bibi Ka Maqbara’. Anybody who is about the enter the gates and seeing the monument for the first time would think ‘Hey! have i come to Agra’. It resembles the Taj Mahal.
It was built by Aurangzeb’s son Prince Azam Shah in memory of his mother Dilras Banu Begum. Aurangzeb was initially not in favour of his son building the monument but later relented. It was built between 1651 to 1661 A.D. It cost Rs. Seven Lakh to build however much lower than Taj Mahal which cost ShahJahan Rs. 32 million to build.
The mausoleum is built on a high square platform with four minarets at the four corners exactly like the Taj Mahal and can be approached through steps from three sides. The onion shaped dome is however much smaller than the dome of the Taj. The minarets are also smaller than the minarets of the Taj Mahal.