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Archive for December, 2007



Giving expressions to the sacred realty of your love


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Wedding CeremonyAfter your wedding, this will be the ceremony that you will remember most. Yet, it is often the part of the wedding to which the least thought is given, or it is the part the bride and groom presume is solely the prerogative of the officiant or the church.

You don’t have to let that happen. Some couples may want their weddings to be simple legal ceremonies, but most want expressions of the sacred reality of their love. It stands to reason that some real thought should be given to the content of the wedding ceremony.

The art of flirting


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The art of flirtingAn event of great interest happened at the place of my work. An attractive young lady made her advent here recently, transforming an otherwise placid workplace to a hub of unprecedented activity, which is not to say that my other women colleagues were unattractive or anything. Just that none of them believed in gaining mileage out of the advantages that nature had put in their path through flirting …an area where ‘A’, our new recruit, was clearly a winner.

The first thing I noticed about her was how conscious she was of her appearance. Well-groomed and confident, she somehow managed to always look smart, sweet and sexy.

The Last Paradise on Earth


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SurfingScuba diving is the main attraction in the maldives and more than 60% of visitors take a dip atleast once.

For tourists who want peace and quiet on a pristine tropical island with palm trees, turquoise lagoons, and sandy beaches, the Islands of Maldives would be just the right prescription. This chain of 1,192 coral islands located South-West of Sri Lanka ia a paradise that so many travelers dream of reaching one day. These islands are so small that dry land makes up just 5% of the country’s territory, and some of the islands that are uninhabited beckon adventurers with their solitude and mystery.

Romantic Hotspots


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Underwater RestaurantRanthambhore

Ranthambhore arrived on the list of places where the rich and famous like the Gandhis (Rajiv and Sonia) and the Bachchans paid a visit. But even without the famous names attached to it, the sanctuary was always one of the better locales in India. The fort from where the sanctuary gets its name made it to the Akbar Namah, a record of the menus that generals were served when they camped under the famous banyan tree that visitors can still see at the base of the ramparts. Ranthambhore is an example too of the success of Project Tiger and is now one of the world’s best tiger reserves. The animals remain elusive in the sanctuary that these forests provide, but if lady luck is with you then keep a sharp eye out!

Nepal - The Magical Kingdom


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Nepal - The Magical KingdomDraped along the spine of the Himalaya, Nepal is a land of sublime scenery, timeworn temples, and some of the best hiking trails on earth. It’s a poor country, but it is rich in scenic splendor and cultural treasures. The kingdom has long exerted a pull on the Western imagination. It’s the kind of country that lingers in your dreams long after you leave it. This is why so many travelers are drawn back to Nepal, armed the second time round with a greater appreciation of its natural and cultural complexity, a stout pair of walking boots and a desire for sculpted calf muscles.