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3 Spectacular Family Vacation Spots You Must Explore in Costa Rica

Arenal Costa Rica Real Estate

The real estate market in places such as Arenal in Costa Rica sees many tourists coming to the country just for a vacation and then coming back to make the country their second home. With straightforward laws, picturesque locations, and warm people, Costa Rica has plenty to offer to anyone who loses his heart to its charm. If you are planning to buy a vacation home in Costa Rica or want to spend just a few days in the country, following are the three places you must explore with your kids and family:

1. The Arenal Volcano

This majestic volcano looms large, rising 5,437 feet above the verdant hills and surrounding rain forests. So, if you have an adventure seeker in your family, the Arenal Volcano National Park is the place to be. Experts consider the Arenal region as the country’s adventure capital. With the imposing volcano in the background, your adolescent son or daughter may feel an urge to rope down the gushing waterfalls or slide along the treetops on a zipline. Your kids can even take a guided tour to experience some of Costa Rica’s most popular attractions. An adventure hike starts along the trails of the park. An experienced guide leads tourists through a three-mile path that twists through the rain forests. The trail takes you to spots from where you can get a magnificent view of the volcano. If you are not into hiking, you can go for the peaceful mid-air tram tour. The park is full of attractions and activities for every member of your family to enjoy.

2. Tortuguero National Park

This park, next to the Barra del Colorado National Wildlife Refuge, is the coveted Costa Rican vacation hotspot for families. It is the nesting ground of the famous green sea turtles. The Tortuguero National Park boasts the four species of these turtles — Hawksbill turtles, Olive Ridley, Leatherback, and Loggerhead. It covers 46,815 acres of animal life in their natural habitat, including more than 20 miles of coastline where the green turtles lay their eggs. Besides turtles, this place is also home to tapirs, jaguars, reptiles, macaws, and 300 species of different birds. You will get to experience spectacular views of the local wildlife from a boat or trailside. Make sure you hire a trained guide to help you find your way through the marshland.

3. The Cloud Forests

The Costa Rican cloud forests are known for their cocoa and coffee plantations. So, how about planning a trip to this place with your loved ones? This is a must-visit place if you want to find out how coffee is produced. Taste the all-natural beverage and grind sugar cane. Besides the plantations, the little member of your family will also love to see the unique species of mammals, reptiles, and birds found in these forests. You will also find 420 varieties of beautiful ferns and orchids, which are a treat to a traveler’s eyes.

Costa Rica never ceases to amaze with its astounding biodiversity and scenic locations. For a travel-hungry tourist, it presents a world of possibilities. From adrenaline-pumping adventure to relaxing vacation, the country has it all. The Arenal region has always been a preferred tourist destination for families looking for a ‘Pura Vida’ lifestyle in the country. Many even so fall in love with the place that they decide to buy a vacation home in the region. The real estate market in Arenal, Costa Rica offers many communities that promise five-star comfort along with a view of the imposing Arenal Volcano. Have a great vacation in Costa Rica and then come back for more the next time.

Uses of Dill in Indian Cooking


To those who aren’t experts on Indian cuisine, it may come as something of a surprise to learn that dill is a popular and widely used herb in the country.

Perhaps more commonly associated with Scandinavian cooking, this member of the parsley family adds a subtle fragrance to traditional Indian dishes, and acts as a cooling accompaniment to heavily spiced food.

The herb has a number of health benefits, which may also help to explain its popularity. It is a great source of vitamin B and calcium. It also contains volatile oils that qualify it as a “chemoprotective” food (much like parsley), which means that it can help neutralise certain types of carcinogens. These oils can also help to prevent bacterial growth, a similar benefit of garlic, which is also used extensively in Indian cooking.

Dill also happens to be a good source of dietary fibre and has positive digestive effects, meaning that it can be a helpful addition to a largeIndian meal!
There are a number of names for dill across the languages of India. In Hindi it is called soasaag, in Bengal shoapatta, in Gujrati it is referred to as soa, in Punjabi and Urdu soapatti.

The delicate herb is commonly used to flavour green vegetables such as spinach, and can be used to add freshness to dhansak. The Sindhi’s have a popular dill-flavoured rice dish, the recipe for which is featured in Camellia Panjabi’s best-selling cookery book ’50 Great Curries of India’.

Surprisingly, it can even enhance the flavour of meat dishes., and works particularly well with lamb as it counteracts the richness of the meat. It is also frequently used in a range of other dishes, such as dressings, omelettes and pancakes.

Dill is commonly used as an ingredient for condiments. During winter, when it is most readily available, it is ground with garlic and tamarind to make chutney. Perhaps its most familiar guise is in the popular dish raita, traditionally served alongside snacks and appetizers.

Below is a simple recipe for Sowa KakdiRaita (Dill and Cucumber Raita):
1 cup fresh natural yogurt whisked till smooth
1 small bunch fresh dill weed (approx. 50g), finely chopped
1 large cucumber, chopped into 1″cubes (remove seeds if preferred)
1 tsp sugar
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp Chaat Masala (available at most Indian grocery stores)
A pinch of red chilli powder (optional)

Preparation couldn’t be simpler: all you need to do ismix the yogurt, salt and sugar in a bowl and stir well to combine every element. Add the remaining ingredients, mix again, then chill for a few hours before serving.

If you’re not a fan of home cooking and would rather someone else do the hard work for you, you may wish to visit some of the best Indian restaurants and brasseries in London. Serving high quality, authentic Indian food, these top London restaurants are sure to feature dill on their menus, whether it is incorporated in a dish itself, or as a condiment alongside an appetizer or balanced thali.

The Tradition Of Bihari Cuisine


It is no secret that food is important in India. It is such an integral part of life in India that the country’s cuisine has blended with its culture, traditions and ethos. Look at India state-by-state and you will see distinct flavours, aromas and tastes as you move across this vast expanse of land. Look a little deeper and you will discover differences in cooking styles and techniques as you move between urban and rural locations – even household to household.

The cuisine of Bihar is no different. It is predominantly vegetarian (Bihari society being influenced by Hindu and Buddhist values), but meat is eaten (chicken and mutton are the most common) and fish is also enjoyed (in part due to the fact that the Ganges, Sone and Gandak rivers flow through the state).

But it’s not just in the Indian state of Bihar that the cuisine is enjoyed. Bihari people originated in Bihar, but can be found in locations across the globe. As well as being eaten in the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra (amongst others), Bihari cuisine is also enjoyed in Nepal, Pakistan, Mauritius, Fiji and Trinidad and Tobago.

Traditionally, Biharis have been considered a down-trodden part of India’s society. They have long been seen as illiterate, corrupt law-breakers who carry out the menial jobs that others don’t want to do. This prejudice is slowly dissipating, but it is this cultural status of Biharis within the country is just one element of what has defined the cuisine.It has also been shaped by its history, geography and economic status.

One consistent element of Bihari cuisine is the use of mustard oil and panchporan (a five-spice blend of cumin seed, mustard seed, aniseed, fenugreek and black cumin seed).

Wherever you are living in the world, a traditional way to spend Saturday lunchtime is eating khichdi with friends and family. Often hailed as India’s favourite comfort food, khichdi is a dish made from rice and lentils. It is also believed to be the inspiration for the Anglo-Indian creation of kedgeree. It is a staple of Bihari cuisine and a dish that has become a much-loved part of family life.

For a lighter culinary alternative, there is litti – a popular snack which consists of balls of wheat, sattu and spices which are filled with ghee. As well as being eaten as food on the go, in western Bihar and eastern Uttar Pradesh litti is also served as an accompaniment to a larger meal. Litti feature alongside murgh korma (a mild chicken curry) and chokha (a mixture of roasted and pureed aubergine, tomato and potato) to create a well-rounded meal.
Sweets are also an important part of Bihari cuisine and in direct contrast to the syrupy sweets of Bengal, Bihari sweets tend to be dry.

If this has inspired you to sample some of India’s wonderful cuisine then you should treat yourself to a trip to one of London’s popular brasseries. Whether you live in the capital or are planning a weekend away, it is hard to beat the authentic taste of India. Our brasseries offer delicious meals, street food and sweets at a price that won’t bust the budget.

Fusing The Flavours Of India


Fusion food is big news and has been for a long time. There’s long been a connection between British and Indian food and the resulting Anglo-Indian cuisine has been embraced enthusiastically by the UK today. But beyond the ubiquitous chicken tikka there are other ways that Indian food can be blended with other cuisines of the world. In theory, you can fuse Indian flavours with any cuisine – although some combinations will work far better than others. If you like to try new things in the kitchen, read on. Here are a few basics to help you inject some Indian pizzazz into your next family meal.

Be creative with spices
You don’t need to have a spice cupboard full of every spice ever included in any Indian recipe. All you need is a few well-chosen spices that will add a subtle Indian impact to your dish. Coriander will add an understated undertone to any dish, while cumin will add a warm, earthy note (plus the latter is the most-used spice in the world after black pepper, so is worth investing in).

Use whole spices
The ready-ground spices that are sold at supermarkets may be convenient, but they tend to lose their flavour very quickly. It’s best to buy your spices whole and grind them as you need them to get more intensity of flavour. They also last much longer. Add them to a dish at it will instantly transport you to India.

Dry roast the spices
A technique known as tempering, dry roasting a selection of spices to use in dishes is a great way to release the flavours. This is a technique that can be incorporated in many dishes to create a more intense taste – think macaroni cheese, home-made humus or anything else you fancy.

Use chutneys
Beyond mango chutney India has a while host of chutneys and pickles – both sweet and savoury – that are used as an accompaniment to dishes. But don’t just use them as a condiment, they work well in sandwiches or as marinades for meat. Indian chutneys include pineapple, coriander, coconut, ginger, onion, tomato and carrot, so you can see why they are so versatile.

Embrace chillies
Perhaps not literally, but certainly in cooking terms. Fresh chillies and dried chilli flakes are your friend in the kitchen. Use them sparingly or use them liberally – just make sure you use them!

Of course, there is no guarantee that by taking a taste of India and mixing it with your roast dinner and apple crumble you are going to create a meal that wows the family (although you never know). If you prefer not to experiment in the kitchen and enjoy eating out then there are other alternatives. Head to London and book a table at one of the capital’s excellent fine-dining Indian restaurants. Here you can taste mouth-watering meals, including a range of fusion dishes, prepared fresh for you by expert chefs. They’ve been cooking fusion dishes for a long time so there will be absolutely no nasty shocks.

The Healing Power Of Indian Food


We may not realise it, but many of the ingredients used in Indian cooking have healing properties which are great for our overall health. In fact, ingredients found in typical Indian dishes have been used for thousands of years to treat certain conditions and improve overall health. Let’s take a look at some benefits of the ingredients found in Indian cuisine:


Garlic – which is known as ‘Lassan’ in Hindi – is used in abundance in Indian cooking and contains endless benefits for the body. Garlic contains both anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties, while it was recently discovered that it can also be used for the management of Diabetes. Garlic is good for boosting the immune system and is known to relieve symptoms associated with gum disease.


Some like lots of it, while others prefer only a small amount in their curries. Nevertheless, chilli contains healing properties and has been used for centuries as a form of pain-relief. Chilli peppers are also renowned for improving circulation. In particular, the cayenne pepper is good for the physical healing of the body, as it is known to almost instantly stop any bleeding when it is applied to the wound.


Fenugreek is a popular ingredient in dishes from India’s subcontinent. It contains properties that aid with digestion and can be eaten to prevent stomach cramps. It is also known to limit the side effects of flu.

Cumin seeds

Cumin is used to boost the flavour of many Indian dishes and eating it has numerous benefits for the body. The spice is known to boost the immune system, helping the body fight any illness. As well as this, it also aids indigestion and relieves stomach pain.


Turmeric, which is native to southeast India, offers numerous health benefits and is used in Indian medicine to help strengthen the body. The spice is known to aid digestion and contains antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.

In fact, turmeric has been discovered to contain anti-cancer properties, too. As well as this, researchers from the University of California found that consuming turmeric can limit the chance of you developing Alzheimer’s.


Native to south India, cardamom is a key ingredient of garam masala and many other Indian dishes. Cardamom is a great aid to digestion and can be used to fight fatigue and prevent flu.


Ginger – particularly the root – is used in many Indian dishes and is known to limit flu symptoms and to help curb indigestion. Several studies have revealed that ginger is perfect for suppressing nausea; in fact, it is proven to be more effective than anti-nausea medicine that is prescribed over the counter.

So, not only is Indian food delicious, it is good for us too. To sample some of these spices in all their glory – and reap the health benefits they deliver – why not head down to one of London’s top fine-dining restaurants. There, you will be able to sample an array of mouth-watering dishes, all of which boast a delectable combination of Indian spices.

Kolkata’s Sensational Street Food


Kolkata is India’s third largest city and the capital of Bengal. Formerly known as Calcutta, the city’s food scene is cosmopolitan and diverse, with its roots placed firmly in traditional Bengali cuisine.

The city is a great place for any food lover who wants to sample authentic flavours. Take a stroll around the city’s streets and you will see a range of restaurants, stalls and dining spots. These range from nostalgic English tea rooms and Jewish bakeries to restaurants serving Mughlai cuisine and street vendors selling tasty snacks and curries. Here’s just some of the street food on offer:

Jhalmuri is probably the ‘go-to snack’ for most of Kolkata’s population. You can’t travel far along any street in Kolkata without coming across a vendor selling this iconic snack. ‘Jhal’ translates to mean spicy and ‘muri’ is puffed rice. The base of the snack is a mix of puffed rice, fried dal,peanuts and other crunchy morsels. The most common additions are chopped onions, chopped tomatoes, fresh coriander, spices and mustard oil. It is usually eaten from a bag made from newspaper.

Panipuri goes by many names (including phuchka) and is loved throughout India. This snack is essentially made by taking an empty puri and filling it with spicy potatoes. It is then fried and dipped into tamarind water before serving. You will generally be served around six panipuri in one portion and they areoften small enough to be eaten in one mouthful.

One dish that will definitely grab your attention on the streets of Kolkata is ghugnichaat. Made from yellow peas, tomatoes, onions, chillies, cumin seeds and other spices, this snack is served piping hot and with a spoonful of spicy green chutney, lime juice, fresh coriander and chopped onions. It is the perfect quick hunger fix.

One of the most well-known of Kolkata’s contributions to India’s street foods is the kati roll. Originally, this snack was a kati kebab within a paratha, but over the years the filling has become more varied, and can include chicken, mutton, egg, potato or vegetables. The filling is wrapped up inside a flaky, egg-coated paratha and served as a roll. It is hearty, filling and easy to eat – the perfect food to eat on the go.

Street food in Kolkata doesn’t stop with snacks. If you are looking for something more filling then you can grab a meal from one of the city’s street vendors too. Lighter meals include a small portion of vegetable curry (such as aloogobi) that is served with chapatis and chutneys. Pay slightly more and you can upgrade to a full mealand get a selection of curriesserved with rice and chutneys.

Luckily, you don’t need to travel to Kolkata to sample the delights of the city’s street food. Many of London’s Indian restaurants have snacks (as well as full meals) on the menu. You can get a real taste of India’s bustling, busy cities but you can take your time eating what you order.

Tired? The Key to Stress Free Sleep Whilst Flying

Though you’re often going on holiday so you can relax, the actual process of travelling can keep you wide awake, as your mind is worrying about a manner of things you might have forgotten to do. It’s because of this, that you probably think catching a few winks of sleep whilst you’re flying is going to be impossible, though you’d be wrong. By following some proven strategies, you’ll be well on your way to the land of nod, even if you’re actually flying to Spain.

Get Good Seats

One of the best things that you can do in order to ensure you get some good sleep whilst flying, getting good seats can make all the difference. If you’re new to flying, you probably have no idea where the good seats are to be found, and this is okay, as there are solutions.

More often that not airlines will notify you of the best seats in the plane, giving you a chance to book them for a premium. If you’d rather not pay extra for expensive seats, because you think they’re not worth it, you might want to reconsider, as great seats have the ability to turn a hellish flight, into one that’s heavenly.

Get A Good Pillow

Depending on who you fly with, you may or not, be able to get yourself a pillow whilst you are on the plane. Though why take the risk of ending up with no pillow? Take action now and get yourself a good neck pillow. These can be inflated on the plane, so you don’t have to worry about them taking up too much space.

If you are not sure which neck pillow is going to be best for you, take the time to do a little bit of research on them. By hitting up your favourite search engine, there’s a sure chance you’ll be able to find out all you need, when it comes to the best pillows that will provide the comfort needed.

Get Comfy

If you want to have a good sleep whilst on a plane, you’ll want to make sure you are comfortable. The best way to do this, is to make sure you are wearing clothes that are not going to irritate you, whilst you are trying to relax. Consider wearing clothes that will provide the comfort needed for long periods of travel, avoiding clothing that restricts your movements. You might also want to look into wearing something warm, as it could get cold on the plane.


When you’re on a plane, it can be hard to get the kind of rest you need, especially if you’re the type to worry a lot, and let your mind race. Yet by doing what you can, there should be less to worry about where sleep is concerned, as you peacefully fly to your destination. The only thing you have to think about now, is whether or not it was a dream when you were booked those apartments to rent albufeira, as you panic and check your bank statements!

Enjoying Exciting Sydney, Australia with the Kids


If you are looking for the ideal holiday destination for the whole family, why not go Down Under? Sydney, Australia is a vibrant and exciting city that has a lot to offer for kids of all ages. It’s clean, easy to walk around, offers plenty of green spaces and boasts gorgeous weather all throughout the year.

Things to Do With the Kids

Your little ones will love spending days out in Sydney, as there is so much for them to do. You can take them to the Organic Markets, where they will be able to sample many healthy and delicious snacks including fresh produce and homemade jams, baked goods and more.

Taronga Zoo is a popular favourite with young animal lovers and it features elephants, giraffes, baby tigers, komodo dragons, Andean condors, koalas and much more. Also, did you know that the Sydney Opera House offers children’s programming as well? This includes classical music concerts aimed toward babies and toddlers as well as circus performances and musicals. There is even a Kids version of the official Opera House tour.

Another thing to do when you arrive on your Qantas flights is to check out the Powerhouse Museum. This is a power station which has opened as a funky museum in 1988 and is the largest in Australia – with more than 250 kid-friendly interactive exhibits including sets and costumes from ‘Harry Potter’ and ‘The Wiggles’.

Free Attractions in Sydney

Sydney can be an expensive city, but luckily you don’t have to spend a penny to have a good time. When you arrive on your Qantas Airlines flight to Sydney, there are plenty of great free attractions that you can enjoy.

  • Bondi Beach – This is the closest beach to the city centre and a very popular destination for sun-worshippers, swimmers and surfers.
  • Royal Botanical Gardens – These gorgeous gardens are just filled with flowers and exotic plants, they are also home to many animals and birds – making them the perfect free alterative to the Zoo.
  • Rocks Discovery Museum –This museum is family friendly and it tells the story of The Rocks area of Sydney, dating back from the pre-European days to the present.

Foods to Try During Your Visit

There are many delicious meals to sample during your visit to Sydney, so make sure you bring your appetite. No trip to Australia would be complete without having a juicy meat pie, or a hamburger with beetroot. Also, during your visit you can enjoy some delicious greasy, salty and crunchy fish and chips from a seaside vendor, eating them while watching the waves.

Flight Centre Offers the Best Price

When you are booking your flights to Sydney, why not make the most of your travel budget with the Flight Centre Lowest Airfare Guarantee? If you spot a flight to Sydney from Hong Kong offered anywhere else for cheaper, they will offer a lower price by $10 as well as giving you a $100 gift voucher. Why not start planning your Sydney family holiday today?

Exploring Hotel Options in Chennai


Situated in the North East of Tamil Nadu, Chennai is one of the leading metropolitan cities in South India. Besides being an integral center of intellectual, cultural and historic growth in India, the city is also known as the gateway of Southern India. The city depicts the ancient Dravidian Civilization and upholds music, dance, drama, arts, architecture and sculptures of the country. The city is known to have emerged as a consequence of strategic necessity. The interesting city of Chennai was founded by British and it served as the trading center and naval base for the British in India. Till 20th century, the city had already carved its name as the major administrative center in India.

Chennai has also witnessed several historic movements, which adds more to the historical significance of the city. The city, as of today, has a successful name in the fields of trade and commerce. The economy of the city has a big industrial base in cars, technology, hardware, manufacturing and health industry. Also, the employment and revenue sectors of the city are highly advanced. Besides this, Chennai is also recognized for being an important center of education and industrialization. Home to many prestigious colleges, institutes and IT industries, the city welcomes numerous people every year. The city is also known for its cultural events, theater and Carnatic music. Owing to the sound connectivity of Chennai with the other parts of country, travelers can be assured of reaching here without any hassle. If you are planning a trip to Chennai, November to February is the perfect time to visit the city as the climate is pleasant during this time.

Whether for business or leisure, the city of Chennai welcomes numerous travelers all the year round and catering to their accommodation needs, there are plenty of hotels to pick from. Ranging from luxurious hotels to cheap hotels in Chennai, there are variety of accommodation options as per the needs and preferences of travelers. From the springing basket of five star hotels, The Park Hotel in Anna Salai is one of the grand and opulent properties offering guests with a choice of 214 lavishly designed rooms. It also brings to its guests a spa center, a multi-cuisine restaurant and a conference hall. Apart from this, The Residency Towers, Green Park, Somerset Greenways and The Accord Metropolitan are some other popular picks in the category of five star hotels in Chennai.

Besides lavish properties, the city also sires a wide range of four star and three star hotels thereby meeting the needs and budgets of medium class travelers. You can expect quality services along with all the modern amenities at the four star hotels. Emerald Hotels, The Savera Hotel, The Hanu Reddy Residency and The Pride Hotel are some of the leading options in this category. Among the three star hotels, The Ambica Empire, Grand Treat, Flamingo and The Iris Hotel are some of the popular options.
Apart from these, there are many budget hotels in Chennai, which are the most preferred choice of majority of travelers. You can expect comfortable rooms and basic amenities at these cheap hotels in Chennai. Some of the well-known options in the category of cheap hotels include Hotel Pandian, Abode Inn and Hotel Mars Classic.

Ankit Wadia, a Travel Journalist by profession likes to explore and visit new places. He has published many articles on th web regarding the travel industry. In this article, he has shared information about the various cheap and budget hotels in Chennai where one can stay during their trip. For more information on the same, you can visit

Looking for a holiday in France


A family holiday skiing in France is definitely a memorable and an incredible experience for both you and your family members, and when you get ready for your trip with adequate planning and assets, you can be certain that the holiday can help provide you with altogether for reminiscences which will serve you for an existence time. Skiing like a family will certainly be probably the most fun-packed and enjoyable holidays, even much more if you are several first-timers, just beginning to learn to snowboard or ski together. You can be sure to possess greater than a couple of pictures and videos to laugh at afterwards, and there is without doubt you will be going home with a few great tales to inform the buddies and neighbors.

Usually, leasing a vacation home or ski-village for the holiday often means that you may have fast and convenient accessibility slopes without notice to get at them, giving your family the very best opportunity to understand the methods and types of skiing, while getting as entertaining as you possibly can. Whether you decide to stay in the expensive hotel resort, a leased home or village, you need to make sure your accommodating is really as near to the ski slopes as you possibly can, ideally within easy reach. An excellent tip to have an excellent family holiday is to actually be near other families, because this offers the chance to satisfy like-minded people, make new buddies, and revel in a household-friendly atmosphere. In addition, despite the fact that the courses within the South of France have a very top quality, they don’t always include extravagant prices, or limitations permitting just the superlative degree of golfer. Usually, you will find a course within the South of France to suit any level of skill and then any budget you might have.

France might be a great starting point. You will find lots of factors which make golf an excellent hobby, and one of these needs function as the sights you’re able to experience while you traverse the program, appreciating the wonder who are around you when you enjoy your game. In seeking to obtain all you can from going through a single course, or intend to cruise in France they Riviera, exploring assorted courses and locations, you will find a number of courses certain to meet your financial allowance, style and vacation intentions. If you are unsure exactly what to do, then make sure to make certain the spot where you choose has everything you have to for any enjoyable stay. If you are taking your holiday with youthful children, then your venue you select must have child care possibilities, giving parents the possibilities to unwind and explore, soothed through the understanding their youngsters are safe, supervised and getting fun.

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This article has been authored by Keira Rose. She has been writing articles on different topics for a few years. Take a look at BloggingGate to check more her work.