Kitchen appliances are one of the most important part of our daily life. Every one of us knows it’s important and whenever it comes to kitchen appliances everyone has their own favorites. There are different type of kitchen appliances like coffee maker, induction cooker, toaster or mixer grinder every kitchen appliances have their importance, but …
There is a common mistaken belief on blending and juicing. Most people think they are similar- crushing vegetables or fruits into a glass of juice as conveniently as possible. However, they are not. They are completely different versions of crushers with quite different uses and procedures. The end results vary even they both turn vegetables …
A counter blender is a much valued appliance in the home. It is advisable that you consider your cooking needs when shopping for a new blender. This will help you make an informed decision on whether to purchase a blender made of stainless steel, plastic or glass. Unlike blenders made out of stainless steel or …
Cambodia! That’s country number three in 1,5 week. It’s a bit rougher than Thailand and Malaysia. The traffic in Phnom Penh is sort of a chaos. But it’s organized at the same time. Nobody get’s angry when they have to wait or when they almost have an accident. After day one I was used to it. Just surrender yourself and go with the flow.
Last Sunday I visited the Central Market. A place where you can buy literally anything. From tarantula’s to PlayStations and from Nike running shoes to the most beautiful flowers. After that I hopped onto a motorbike to check out the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the Killing Fields. That was quite intense. It’s unbelievable what happened during the regime of Pol Pot. With the entrance ticket for the Killing Fields you get free audio tour. I just wandered around and listened to the horrifying stories. I don’t know which words to choose to describe this. So if you haven’t been there yet I suggest you to visit it and see it with your own eyes.
We are excited to announce that we have been awarded a Bronze place in the Expat Star Awards, created by MyCurrencyTransfer.com – The Award ‘recognizes, rewards and celebrates websites and blogs that give you everything you need in one place’.
Biccur is implementing a direct remittance service with Rebit our partner on the Philippines.
Over US$436 Billion was remitted by migrants and immigrants back to their families in the developing world in 2014. The cost of sending all those remittances was estimated at US$47 billion or more than 10% of the entire amount.
Using Bitcoin, that number could be reduced to less than 3% and much faster!
Brazil is one of the most amazing countries in the world for food, travel and luxury. While Rio de Janeiro and Salvador are wonderful, there are few places in the world quite like São Paulo. From its beautiful architecture to its stunning history, this Brazilian city is a treat for any who visit.
If you’re flying overseas to Brazil for only a couple of days, take a look at our list of the five attractions in São Paulo that you must see.
1. The MASP
There is no better art museum in the city than The Museu de Arte de São Paulo. The São Paulo Museum of Art has the finest Western art collection in all of Latin America, with works from ranging from Botticelli to Rembrandt. With a daily low entrance fee, try to visit this historical landmark on Tuesdays when you can enter for free.
Ah, Angkor Wat – Cambodia’s pride and jewel. While Southeast Asia is home to thousands of awe inspiring temples, there arguably none so enchanted as as the impressive Angkor Wat temple grounds in Siem Reap province, Cambodia. Temple tourism gets exhausting, and can often be underwhelming as [despite their varied histories] only […]
The story of an overnight bus Sihanoukville, Cambodia to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. With our shiny new Vietnamese visas in hand, we boarded a sleeping bus in Sihanoukville. We were ready to get out of Cambodia after spending an extra day waiting for us visas to be processed. We […]
By now you have probably researched enough to realize that you cannot get a visa on arrival, like all of Vietnam’s neighbouring countries. But don’t fret, applying is easy.
Do you want to remove the powered by WordPress footer links on your site? Recently one of our readers asked if it was possible to remove footer credits in WordPress themes. In this article, we will show you how to remove the powered by WordPress footer links in your themes.
The default WordPress themes use the footer area to display the “Proudly powered by WordPress” link. Many theme developers take this further and add their own credits, so it looks something like “Powered by WordPress. Theme by Company Z”.
Come run the MERRIEST RACE in Town on November 18, 2017 – Good Samaritan’s 12k’s for the Holidays! You can sign up TODAY – Online Registration is OPEN!
The 12k’s for the Holidays Charity Run is a great way to start the holiday season. The 12k run, 5k run and 5k walk wind through the beautiful historic Fondren neighborhood in Jackson, Mississippi on Saturday, November 18th. This fabulous race is a fundraiser for The Good Samaritan Center, helping families in crisis for 40 years.
Helping Small Business Owners Understand Online and Print Media
Creating a blog is a great way to promote yourself and your business—in addition to driving traffic to your website, regular blog entries are an opportunity for you to showcase your expertise in your field. But as with everything on the Internet, people must be able to find your blog before it becomes useful for you or for them. Below are a few tips for optimizing your WordPress blog for search engines. I’m focusing on blogs powered by WordPress because it’s the most popular blogging system and can be easily customized with a variety of plugins for search engine optimization.
One of the many advantages of travelling with Stray Asia is private transportation. Along the Mekong River, Stray takes a 2-day slow boat trip, run by a local family. This allows us to travel out our own pace with plenty of room on the boat for both people and food, in stark contrast to the public boats which are often over-crowded with irregular departure times.