Qr Code Barcode Scanner PDF Scanner with Signature Maker Android APP

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Barcode Qr Code Scanner PDF Scanner with Signature Maker Android APP

We Bring a perfect app combo of QR Barcode Scanner, Pdf Scanner and stylish Signature maker.

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Durga Puja Navratri Festival Wishes

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Hello friends,

On the ocassion of Navratri Pooja, We Found a solid application for information of goddess Durga.

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Jai mata di.

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Jade Mountain: Where All Rooms Have Infinity Pools

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Located in the eastern Caribbean Sea, Jade Mountain in St. Lucia is one of the most incredible resorts the Sifter has seen. Each room has only three walls and a private infinity pool with stunning panoramic views of the beautiful Caribbean. A tropical oasis, this slice of heaven doesn’t come cheap, with nightly rates ranging from $950 up to $2,700 US. One can dream though!

Check out the gallery of images below along with information on the resort and rooms. Sigh…

JADE MOUNTAIN, ST. LUCIA

Rising majestically above the 600 acre beach front resort of Anse Chastanet, Jade Mountain is a cornucopia of organic architecture celebrating St Lucia’s stunning scenic beauty.

Architect owner Nick Troubetzkoy has expanded upon his philosophy of building in harmony with Caribbean nature in his creation of Jade Mountain. The bold architectural design – individual bridges leading to exceptional infinity pool sanctuaries and rugged stoned-faced columns…

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Feel the rainbow!

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Artist Gabriel Dawe is showing his incredible new installation that just opened to the public last October 6 in Como, Italy. As part of Miniartextil, an annual exhibition of contemporary art, Dawe created Plexus no. 19, a stunning thread installation that’s beautifully spread across two balconies in the atrium of a historic villa. The early 19th century neoclassic house, called Villa Olmo, was acquired in 1924 by the municipality of Como and is now open to the public only during cultural events and art exhibitions like this.
This year’s Miniartextil exhibition is called Agora, taking from the Greek word that describes an important public place where people come to share ideas. The visitor is invited to not just look at the artwork but to be actively involved in it. Plexus no. 19 consists of two thread structures streamed across an upper and lower balcony that is meant to be experienced from different…

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How to Become a Successful Travel Writer/Blogger

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Who wouldn’t want to travel the world for free and get paid to write about those travels?

There are umpteen aspiring writers and bloggers who are trying to establish themselves in the world of travel writing. In pursuit of this wish, amateurs pitch ideas to editors, set up blogs, document their travels and persevere in the hope of getting that big break sooner than later.

But then everyone isn’t successful and there are those who clearly stand out from the crowd. These are the travellers and story tellers who don’t merely document their travels; they share stories, tell dreams, explain experiences and make the reader live the travel through words.

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Here’s how you can become a successful travel writer:

  1. Be honest

The one thing that sets apart a true travel writer from a wannabe one is the honesty in the former’s write-up. When travelling, make special efforts to document your travels precisely and concisely. Take care to not overlook details and note-down all the important names (lanes, hotels, places to visit, etc.). Post documentation, share this information with honesty. There is no need exaggerate your experience or undermine it. Be true; be thorough though certainly not boring.

  1. Read

The one thing that a writer should consistently do is read. It could be magazines, travel books, fiction, non-fiction or even an aeroplane safety chart! Read, exercise your mind, better your vocabulary and thus sharpen your writing skills.

  1. Don’t make excuses

If you want to travel and make a living of it, then you need to arm yourself with curiosity not excuses! Stay clear of the ‘maybe tomorrow’, ‘my kids need me’, ‘I don’t feel up to it’. If you want it, just go for it.

  1. Avoid clichés

This is an absolute must. You have to avoid clichés and go beyond words like extraordinary, exotic, luxury, beautiful and so on. Keep your writing fresh and original.

  1. Know your expertise

What can you write supremely well about? Flee markets in cities or adventure travel or romantic holidays or architectures and monuments? You need to know what genre of travel writing you are best at and then stick to it. Once you become famous as the voice on a particular genre, editors will approach you with similar projects and you will be able to create a niche for yourself.

Dedication, perseverance, patience, professionalism are a few more qualities required to excel in this professional field. If you have set your heart on becoming a successful travel writer then you must work towards achieving your dream. No holds barred!