People and Tourism

Coffee Production

Posted on | March 14, 2012 | Comments Off on Coffee Production

I don’t know about you, but I drink a lot of coffee, my first drink of the day is always tea, simply because it’s more refreshing, but then it’s coffee all the way, i prefer proper ground and filtered but an quite happy with instant too, as long as it’s not the really cheap stuff. […]

What to Wear

Posted on | September 8, 2011 | Comments Off on What to Wear

Weddings: What to Wear Choosing the ideal outfit for a wedding can be a tricky balance.  For a start, you don’t want to upstage the bride or she’ll claw your eyes out.  The general rule therefore is not to dress top to toe in white/ivory/champagne/cream – whatever you want to call it.  And certainly don’t […]

A Special Day

Posted on | August 3, 2011 | Comments Off on A Special Day

Bridal Jewelry – a Special Way to Remember a Special Day Many people spend a lot of money on jewelry for their wedding day only to subsequently put it away in a jewelry box, becoming almost ignored.  This is such a shame when it can be worn to remember and celebrate that special day and […]

Personally Injured

Posted on | April 20, 2011 | Comments Off on Personally Injured

If you personally have been injured in an accident, what can you do? There are multiple options open to you depending what kind of injury has been sustained, where it happened and under what circumstances. The Type Lets say you were walking through the town and a car careers off the road towards you, the […]

Songwriting a Core Skill

Posted on | April 14, 2011 | Comments Off on Songwriting a Core Skill

Why is it that it’s the most inopportune moments when a song pops into my head, be it lyrics or a riff, I could be sitting there in a wedding service, or paying for my weekly shopping, either way there is no real way to capture the idea, so I think I can hold it […]

Humanities and Social Sciences

Posted on | March 9, 2011 | Comments Off on Humanities and Social Sciences

The 14–19 diplomas apply only to England UK. Equivalent innovations are in development for  Scotland (the Curriculum for Excellence) and Wales (the Welsh Baccalaureate). A brave new world of qualifications began in September 2009 when the first five new diplomas – in subjects ranging from media to engineering – were introduced to the UK curriculum. […]

Tourism and Supporting Industries

Posted on | March 2, 2011 | Comments Off on Tourism and Supporting Industries

The tourism industry covers a huge range of companies and is said to be the worlds largest industry sector. The implications of tourism on the economy, be it local, national or international are huge, even to many supporting companies whom one would not initially consider to be tourism related at all. Being a tourist can […]

Traditional Bridal Attire

Posted on | February 1, 2011 | Comments Off on Traditional Bridal Attire

Jodha Akbar Costumes Jodha Akbar is a Bollywood film based on a sixteenth century Mughal king called Akbar who marries a Jajiput princess called Jodha. The story is essentially a love story about the two. Here we discuss the costumes overall – there is a lot more to the clothes and jewellery in  the flim […]

keep looking »


This is an area on your website where you can add text. This will serve as an informative location on your website, where you can talk about your site.

Subscribe to our feed