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Owning Your Own Small Business

03rd January 2012
Tired of having a boss? Working like a horse, yet someone else is getting rich while using your own ideas? Well, the ultimate solution to your problem -is put up your own small business. That's right - start it small. Yes, you may have big dreams, but... Read >
Author: mgriffiths

Food Stall Franchise Business: How Profitable can it be?

22nd August 2011
Franchise businesses became popular in the Philippines when a number of popular small franchise business were introduced in the market which not only expanded the industy’s market, but also allowed many Filipinos to have the opportunity to start the... Read >
Author: kanegosyo

Good hawker food in Singapore

25th November 2010
Hawker centres create the core of the Singapore meals culture and functions like a meals court It comprises with a variety of regional and fusion stalls. Diners queue and order from the stalls and return to their eating region in the centre. Costs are ... Read >
Author: Wilbert Holden

Relaxing on Bermuda's Beaches

02nd September 2010
If you are thinking about a quick getaway to sandy beaches and clear blue skies, then think Bermuda. Located only two hours away from the US east coast, Bermuda is only a quick hop and within two short hours, you can be lying on one of Bermuda’s lovely be... Read >
Author: descurge

Gurney Drive at Penang- a great destination for shopping and sightseeing

04th August 2010
Gurney Drive which is also commonly identified as Persiaran Gurney is one of the most visited areas in Penang. Popular among locals and foreigners alike as 'The New Esplanade', Gurney Drive comes alive at night, offering its visitors the chance to shop an... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

Tour Kanyakumari Beach

18th December 2009
Beach Travel to India is full of fun and excitement. Kanyakumari, located on the southernmost tip of India is the meeting point of the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal. This seaside town depicts the placid aura and its attraction welc... Read >
Author: Aprana Singh

Psar Chas, the Old Market - Siem Reap

11th May 2009
With colonial style Chinese architecture, Siem Reap City is the capital of Cambodia's Siem Reap Province. The town is full of exciting craft shops, Apsara Dancers, paddy fields and even silk farms. Siem Reap boasts many interesting and diverse tourist a... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

Benidorm A shoppers Paradise

10th October 2008
Shopping in Benidorm is a heady adventure, with an abundance of variety which often makes window shopping impossible! The bargain hunts of the bazaar beguile buyers into haggling, which then eventually leads purchasing, while the elegant and classy boutiq... Read >
Author: Larry Austin
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