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Niseko - A Snow Destination You Must Visit

18th May 2011
Niseko is one of the snowiest ski destinations in the world with consistent falls of around 16 metres (640 inches) of light dry powder per season. It could be the best snow you will ever experience. Frequent fresh powder is delivered consistently via c... Read >
Author: Bjdavis

Witness History and Tradition at Cambodia’s Royal Ploughing Day Celebrations

27th April 2010
Immersed in the new millennium and its visible progress, it is easy to forget that Cambodia, like much of Asia is still very much an agricultural society. Complete with a calendar full of red letter days devoted to agricultural festivities, the country's ... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

Looking After Silver Bangles

10th November 2009
Silver bangles are considered one of the most well-liked. A timeless clothing accessory for the fashion conscious. They are available in an endless variety of styles as well as a wide variety of metals and other materials.Silver bangles are deemed one of ... Read >
Author: Richard Hope

Tipping in New Zealand

23rd June 2006
Tipping is not common in New Zealand if you wish to leave a tip for excellent service, please do so. Minimum wages in New Zealand are $10.25 an hour for a worker over 18 and $8.20 for under 18, so they are not dependent on tips to subsidize their income,... Read >
Author: Glenn Bongartz
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