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Fragrant Nature Kochi (Kochi (Cochin), India - Kerala) - UPDATED 2016 Hotel Reviews - TripAdvisor

Fragrant Nature Kochi (Kochi (Cochin), India - Kerala) - UPDATED 2016 Hotel Reviews - TripAdvisor
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Adorable Pet Travel Photos If Travel + Leisure’s community is any indication, the days of dog-sitters and boarding kennels may be numbered. Canines are jet-setting everywhere from Oregon to Australia—checking into dog-friendly hotels and strutting their snouts all over social media. We asked our followers on Twitter and Instagram to share photos of pet dogs on the go using the hashtag #TLDogs, and their images depict truly adventurous four-legged travelers. These pups can be found navigating the back roads of Europe in a motor home, visiting Civil War sites, and rooting for the home team at Citi Field Stadium. Molly the Westie spends her Miami days at the W South Beach, while Sophia Loren sniffs out star-studded events like the Albuquerque Film & Media Experience.

Real Food Adventure - India Today drive to the ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur (approximately 5 hours). Jaipur was designed by royalty and has delighted visitors for centuries with its pink-hued buildings, wonderful bazaars, and rainbow of bright colours dancing along hectic streets. Jaipur, like Delhi, has both old and new parts, although you’ll concentrate on the old. The streets are busy with camels and bullock-carts, monkeys climb overhead, and you’ll pass traditionally dressed Rajput men wearing colourful turbans and sporting magnificent moustaches.

The 4 biggest ways American beverage consumption will change in 2016 Reuters The beverage industry is experiencing some major changes heading into the new year. Sugary sodas are under fire . Juice sales are slipping . Top travel trends in 2017 for Indian tourists FCM Travel Solutions, a global travel management company recently revealed the top travel trends expected in 2017 by Indian tourists. They predict a surge in the tourism industry this year as people are now more willing to invest in experiences. Here are the top destinations and trends they believe will rock 2017 in the tourism industry.

Submitting Your Pet Travel Photos - Take Paws - The official pet travel blog of - Take Paws – The official pet travel blog of We want Take Paws to showcase more people having fun traveling with their pets. That means we want to see YOU and YOUR PETS out on the road! Now you can snap shots of your furry travel companions with recognizable landmarks – like this one of Buster and Ty at the Grand Canyon – and make them the stars of our Weekly Photo Challenge! Email – Entering your photos is easy … send them via email to Be sure to include your name, the name of your pet(s), where you live, and the location that the photo was taken.

7 nights and 8 days Yoga & Ayurveda wellness program @ Fragrant Nature Backwater Resort & Ayurveda Spa , Kollam by Fragrant Nature Backwater Resort (Kollam, Kerala) Company Name:Fragrant Nature Backwater Resort & Ayurveda Spa , Kollam Dates: Onoing through out the Year City: Kollam Country: India Cost/Price: INR.88900 "Better-For-You" Beverage Trend Will Grow Even More In 2017 Bai was acquired for upwards of 10x sales Last month, Dr. Pepper Snapple agreed to acquire healthy beverage maker Bai Brands, the maker of 5-calorie drinks and antioxidants, for $1.7 billion. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter of 2017, and Bai is expecting sales of $435 million over the next 12 months. In capitalizing on the “better-for-you” beverage trend, PepsiCo also announced in November that it has entered into an agreement to acquire sparkling probiotic drink company KeVita Inc. for a reported $250 million. According to industry insiders, Bai was acquired for upwards of 10x sales, reminiscent of the 2007 $4.2 billion Coca-Cola acquisition of Glaceau, maker of Vitaminwater.

8 Coming Travel Trends for 2017 “Follow the trend lines, not the headlines.“ - Bill Clinton We live in unsettling times. Up is down, left is right, losers win. Who really knows what is going on—let alone what will be. The wonderful world of travel is no different. How to Photograph Pets Grant (a reader) sent me an email this week asking for a some tips on Pet Photography. Here’s my top ten tips on taking great photographs of your pet: 1. Start with Your Pet’s Personality Top 23 places famous for Local Food in India Food from around the country!! See that warm smile that has crept to your face and the drool that has started doing the rounds of your mouth? We’ve spotted a fellow foodie. If you were a little disillusioned about what regional foods are good and which you could travel all the way across the country for, here is our comprehensive list for you.

Last Call: 2017 Top Ten Trends in Food & Beverage Six days and counting to our free live streaming event “2017 Top Ten Trends Forecast!” Six days and counting to our free live streaming event “2017 Top Ten Trends Forecast,” when I will be releasing our food & beverage forecast and how these trends will be effecting your businesses, exactly at 12 noon Eastern on Wednesday December 14, 2016! We have surpassed our goal of 500 attendees, and then some, and have been able to secure a small amount of additional "seats" - so please register now to secure your place. Sign up today. If you are a retailer, brand, farmer, retail dietitian, distributor or involved in the food world you won't want to miss this once a year look into the future of our food industry. I am proud to say that my insights and predictions have helped thousands of retailers and brands stay ahead of what’s coming next.

7 Luxury Travel Trends for 2017 Every December, top hotels, cruise lines, tour operators, travel agents, and members of the media descend upon Cannes, France, for the annual International Luxury Travel Market (ILTM), the travel industry’s version of the Cannes Film Festival. The gorgeous hotels there—the Hotel Barrière le Majestic, the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez, and more—feel like movie sets, their lobbies bubbling with travel gossip and champagne. Each time I walked into the lobby of the InterContinental’s Carlton, I imagined bumping into Grace Kelly and Cary Grant, who filmed the great French Riviera caper To Catch a Thief there. The 25 Greatest Travel Photographers Right Now Travel photography, as many sub-genres of art and photography are, is largely undefined and encompasses a wide range of people, locations, cultures, and ideas. The Photographic Society of America defines it as "an image that expresses the feeling of a time and place, portrays a land, its people, or a culture in its natural state, and has no geographical limitations." Publications that regularly support and commission travel photography are National Geographic, Condé Nast Traveler, Travel + Leisure, and Food and Travel. If you find that a lot of the images resemble what you might just call a "cool" picture, or something you've taken yourself, you aren't necessarily incorrect. The line between amateur and professional in travel photography is much more blurred, allowing for a greater breadth and depth of image-makers in the field. Enjoy The 25 Greatest Travel Photographers Right Now, and whether or not you're an enthusiast, make it an excuse to imagine an escape to a faraway land.

India Local Food and Travel Guide Roughly 125 miles south of Delhi in the state of Uttar Pradesh, Agra is, like much of India, a study in contrasts—where the truly spectacular Taj Mahal and impressive Agra Fort loom large and grand over a dirty, congested city where bicycles and tuk-tuks compete for street space with wandering water buffalo, monkeys, goats, and donkey-pulled wagons. This was India’s capital for more than a century under the Mughal empire, whose most magnificent relic—the Taj Mahal—has proven both a blessing (huge amounts of tourism) and a thorn (nearby factories closing due to anti-pollution regulations) to the local population. The persistent touts and inflated souvenir prices, especially in the busy Taj Ganj hotel area, make it easy to write Agra off as another over-stimulating tourist city, existing to rip off visitors to India’s single biggest attraction. But “Dilli,” in the fond words of one former resident we know, is “a grower not a shower.”

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