Ajanta Caves in India

Ajanta Caves interior

Located just over 100 kilometers north of the city of Aurangabad and tucked within the region of northern Maharashtra, the Ajanta Caves is inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This fascinating set of caves has taken its name from the neighboring village of Ajanta, which lies 12 kilometers from ...

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Pot Roast with Vegetables

Pot Roast with Vegetables

It is always a treat to have some extra time to prepare a meal and leaving the hustle and bustle of the day behind and enjoying some fun time in the kitchen. Having a recipe that required to be cooked in the oven… well that is the ultimate dream for ...

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Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam

Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam

Travel is only half fulfilling unless you immerse yourself into destinations rich in culture, history and arts. You get most of the culture from the food experience, the edifices around, and the people you meet. As a visitor you should not pass up the chance of going to a local ...

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Eva’s Chocolate Cake with Ground Walnuts and Cherries

Eva’s Chocolate Cake with Ground Walnuts and Cherries

In Czechoslovakia, they picked the sour cherries off the tree. In Australia, Eva buys them, imported from Europe; the best, she says, are in a jar, not a tin. Sometimes, when she can’t locate sour cherries, she uses tinned pineapple instead. Adapted from Eva Grinston Eva’s Chocolate Cake with Ground ...

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Lake Naivasha, Kenya

Lake Naivasha, Kenya

For people who want a little break from cities like Nairobi or to end their African adventure with in a more relaxing setting, gorgeous Lake Naivasha is the perfect natural haven! Being the highest of the Rift Valley Lakes of Kenya, Naivasha is nestled more than 1800 meters above sea ...

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