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Singapore is known as the Garden City of Asia. The name Singapore has a wonderful history. The Malays in the 7th Century called it Temasek or Sea Town. Then in 1299 the Sumatran Prince Sri Tri Buana made the island … Continue reading
The Haft-Seen Table: The Table of the Seven S’s as part of the Norouz (Persian New Year ) celebrations represents the spirit of hope, renewal, togetherness, health and wellbeing, and is symbolized by: Sumac (crushed spice of berries): For the … Continue reading
My plan for 2014 was to get fitter so I could be ready for the more energetic adventures and travel explorations we have been thinking about for later in the year. So I decided to head over to check out … Continue reading
Around 400BC, the Persian Empire’s nobility indulged in an iced dessert made of snow, vermicelli and rose water, and at times floured with saffron or fruits. The snow used in this dessert was from the mountains and stored in yakhchals (specialised subterranean … Continue reading