Reviews

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Staying at the Dwarika’s Hotel – Nepal

by Rosemarie John March 16, 2013

If you’re heading to Kathmandu, there can be no better choice than a heritage hotel that contains some of the best Nepali craftsmanship that captures the beauty and spirit of Kathmandu’s traditions. The key to enjoying Kathmandu is getting a decent accommodation. It is important to note that your hotel in more ways than one acts as your sanctuary whenever […]

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Capri – The First Hotel Residence in Singapore

by Rosemarie John November 12, 2012

Finding a hotel in Singapore is not necessarily all about its central location when the island is so well connected via its Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system. If you’re looking for that home away from home experience, away from the hustle and bustle of the city and with close proximity to the airport, look no further than Capri by Fraser. […]

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Grab a Bite at Sydney’s Oldest Pub

by Rosemarie John August 5, 2012

It’s the old charm of a place that makes a visit all that more special and the Fortune of War pub in The Rocks precinct of Sydney is just where you’d want to be after a long day out. Dating back to 1828, the Fortune of War is the city’s oldest continually-licensed pub. This heritage bar has built an enviable […]

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Holiday Inn at The Rocks

by Rosemarie John July 23, 2012

If living amongst historical sandstone buildings, iconic sights and quaint cobbled streets don’t bring out the deep cultural feel of a place rooted in time, nothing else will. The Holiday Inn in Old Sydney offers an ideal way to experience Sydney’s colonial past and its modern architecture all at the same time. With close proximity to Circular Quay and the […]

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Sheraton Mustika Yogyakarta Resort & Spa

by Rosemarie John June 1, 2012

Just a five minute drive from the Adisucipto International Airport, the Sheraton Mustika Yogyakarta Resort and Spa is an ideal place to stay if you’re in town to explore the sites. Fitted with classic Javanese architecture and décor, the rooms are spacious and comfortable. Though the bathrooms seem dated and its tiles discoloured the service and locality more than make […]

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Staying at the Homewood Suites by Hilton® at Edgewater

by Rosemarie John January 17, 2012

Finding reasonable accommodations in the heart of New York City can be difficult. Big decent rooms are expensive and cheaper options are shabby. Hotels providing rooms that share a common bathroom down the aisle exist at considerably low prices, something you might consider if you’re ready to rough it out. But what happens if you’re travelling with family and need […]

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An Ayana Resort & Spa Experience

by Rosemarie John November 15, 2011

By Rosemarie John – There are times a person feels a need to escape from the confines of the maddening and irritating world of cities and retreat perhaps with a loved one in more tranquil surroundings.  Some amongst us enjoy the sounds of the ocean; others like to sit by the grandeur of a cliff top. There are those who […]

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A Harris Hotel Jakarta Review

by Rosemarie John October 19, 2011

By Rosemarie John – If you’re looking for accommodations that are reasonable yet not too dingy in the bustling city of Jakarta, a good option would be Harris Hotel. Located in the residential area of Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta, Harris Hotel is situated adjacent to the entrance of Mall 5 of the Kelapa Gading Mall. Boasting an all out orange […]

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iCame – iSaw – iFly

by Rosemarie John October 15, 2011

By Rosemarie John – What is the first thing that pops up in mind when you think of flying? Long hours, cramped space within a fuselage, bland food and repetitive announcements. “Ladies and gentlemen, the Captain has turned off the Fasten Seat Belt sign, and you may now move around the cabin”. That’s as good as its ever going to […]

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Chill Out at Bali’s Most Glamorous After-Dark Destination

by Rosemarie John October 9, 2011

For those of you celebrating a joyous occasion whether a birthday, an anniversary or just a night out to chill with friends, there can be no better place than the Rock Bar at Ayana Resort & Spa. Built in 2009 and situated on natural rocks fourteen meters above the Jimbaran Bay, it is truly a breath-taking view and the ultimate […]

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