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text 2019-04-10 12:10
Information about Wild Life Tours and Golden Triangle Tours from a Travel Company in India

If you if you are thinking about explore destinations in India, you can use the services of travel companies in India to find the best flight and to book your hotel. A lot of people are afraid to travel, fearing hassles like hotel bookings, flights, or the cost of travel. These companies take care of these fears and worries, and leaving you free to enjoy your dream vacation. Having a choice of multiple flights and hotels ensures that you can select the cheapest options, and thus be able to enjoy a budget-friendly holiday.

India is a land known for its amazing geographical and bio-diversity. Tourists and wildlife enthusiasts from all around the world visit India to rub shoulders with the exotic wildlife species that dot the length and breadth of the Indian jungles. Wildlife Tours in India offers ample opportunities to explore these wildlife sanctuaries which showcases the real world of Indian jungles and put on view some rare and endangered wildlife species that are fast becoming extinct.

 

Wildlife tours in India offer an adventurous track and wildlife sanctuaries of India. India is home to some of the best wildlife parks that features in almost all Indian wildlife travel packages and provide chances to catch the glimpse of elusive and endangered species like Asiatic lions, Bengal tigers, Nilgiri Tahr and Elephants.

 

Golden Triangle in India:

 

Golden Triangle India Tour Package lets you explore Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur and gives good experience of India. Presenting best cultural experience, the Golden Triangle tour covers main UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The antique Mughal monuments in Delhi, Forts, and Palaces in Jaipur and Taj Mahal and Agra Fort in Agra are really amazing.

 

Hill Stations:

 

Mountains and Trees are attractive places in hills stations. And Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir are one of the best hill stations in Northern India. These cities are surrounded by historic gardens, Dal Lake and Nigeen Lake and mosques, Srinagar. These places are beautiful place to explore. Pahalgam is a scenic destination with lush forests, snow-clad mountains, Lidda River, Tarsar Lake, Sun Temple and other valleys. Manali, a hill station in Himachal Pradesh are surrounded by mountains, hot springs, and valleys. Known as Mini Switzerland, Khajjiar brings you close to nature. Khaji Nag Temple, Khajjiar Lake is one of the main tourist attractions in Khajjiar. Dharamshala, situated in Kangra district has attractions like Chamunda Devi Temple, Chinmaya Tapovan, Norbulingka Institute, Dal Lake, and Dalai Lama Temple.

Whether you're looking for a family vacation, or a dreamy honeymoon, you can find the best resources on the website of a travel company in India. There are other advantages to using the help of a travel company to locate the best hotels and flights. For example, you get customer support and help in finding the information you require.

 

Source: bonjourn.al/journal/118544-travel-to-india/entry/579866-wildlife-tour-golden-triangle-india-tours
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review 2019-01-28 02:24
The Greedy Triangle
The Greedy Triangle - Marilyn Burns,Syd Hoff,Gordon Silveria

     In this educational book about shapes, an adventurous and care free triangle learns an important lesson about learning to love yourself! This story is full of amazing opportunities to teach students about shapes and confidence. This book is great for younger readers and it is leveled at 4-8 years of age.

      A great way to use this book in the classroom is definitely introducing shapes. This book is full of cute characters that students will love. This book will engage student to want to learn more about these cute shapes!

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review 2018-11-17 13:20
Review: “Winter Oranges” by Marie Sexton
Winter Oranges - Marie Sexton

 

~ 4.5 stars ~

 

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review 2018-10-10 19:57
Kiss of the Rose (Tudor Vampire Chronicles #1) by Kate Pearce
Kiss of the Rose - Kate Pearce

Kiss of the Rose - Kate Pearce 

This book reminded me how much I love and miss reading about vampires and legends of old. 
Christopher is a man that disguises his family shame with an over the top charming personality and being the best at what he does. Rosalind is a clever woman but is getting tired of having to prove herself as a vampire hunter. These two star-crossed lovers will have to unite forces in order to bring down a common enemy at the same time that a prophecy seems to be taking place and their feelings for each other seem to be more than just unbridled passion. 
I loved the world building. I remember reading this story when it first came out and while I remember liking it then I have to say I liked it even more now. The Druids as a historical backdrop was something I hadn’t read before and I liked how it was weaved within the Tudors era. Vampires as Machiavellian beings and not necessarily heroes provided that extra darkness that I like in my PNR. 
The thing I didn’t like much was the love triangle that took place in much of the story. I always think it unfair when one of the characters is left as an afterthought just because the object of their affections couldn’t make up their mind and kept dragging the poor guy along. I know it happens IRL but I prefer it wouldn’t happen in my romances. I also thought the prophesy aspect needed more fleshed out. It took me a while to understand it and assimilate how the whole thing tied up in the end. But I think that was a personal problem that I tend to have where prophecies are concerned. 
All in all it definitely was a very enjoyable read and I recommend it to anyone that loves paranormal mixed with their historical reads. 

*I received this book at no cost to me and I volunteered to read it; this is my honest opinion and given without any influence by the author or publisher**

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review 2018-08-12 05:10
Read It and Weep by Jenn McKinlay
Read It and Weep - Jenn McKinlay

In this entry in the series, Violet La Rue is holding auditions for A Midsummer Night's Dream. The entire town is excited, and not just because many of them want a chance to shine onstage. It turns out that the role of Puck is going to be played by a friend of Violet's, a charming famous actor named Robbie Vine.

Lindsey doesn't want a part in the play, but she does agree to help with costuming. Meanwhile, Sully's helping build the set, and their friends hope that the close proximity will lead to them getting back together. There's definitely still a spark between them, but things become complicated when Lindsey finds herself drawn to Robbie. Sure, his personal life is a mess, but at least he talks to her and tells her how he feels. Unfortunately, something sinister is going on. Someone seems to want Robbie, and possibly anyone close to him, dead.

Mystery-wise, this was a bit weak. I correctly guessed the culprit a little more than halfway through the book and never saw any reason to change my mind. In fact, at one point I noticed a fairly obvious clue - the character made an offhand comment about an event that they shouldn't have known anything about. It took Lindsey quite a bit longer than me, but she finally noticed that comment and connected the dots, as well as a few minor ones I'd missed.

Relationship-wise, this book frustrated me. If it weren't for the library aspects (which were pretty decent this time around - a couple interesting stints at the reference desk for Lindsey) and the fact that this is one of the few series that I know people around me have read and that I can therefore talk to them about, I'd probably be quitting at this point.

I still believe that Sully breaking up with Lindsey at the end of the previous book was out-of-character for him, and this book didn't tell me anything that changed my mind. Sully's sister hinted that Sully had some deeper issues at play, but Lindsey stubbornly refused to let her tell her anything more, insisting that Sully had to tell her himself. Which, fine, except Sully's the quiet type who doesn't talk about himself much, so this left readers with nothing except "Sully dumped Lindsey because he thought her worry that her ex-fiance had been killed meant she still needed time to get over him." Never mind that it would have been weird and creepy if she'd been unmoved by the possible death of someone she'd known well, and never mind that Sully had spent the whole book up to that point taking Lindsey's fiance's presence and attempts to win her back in stride.

I remember rolling my eyes at Lindsey's worry, in the earlier books in the series, that she was reading more than she should into Sully's behavior, that he wasn't really attracted to her and it was all in her head. Still, I could understand it. Unfortunately, in this book she went right back to that state. You'd think she'd have gotten better at reading him - he was clearly still interested in her and displayed it in much the same way he had in the earlier books, only with the added awkwardness of the breakup standing between them.

The addition of Robbie Vine didn't make things better. I was fine with Lindsey having a bit of fun and flirting with him, but I was not on board with her seriously considering dating him. First, he was married. I hated how many of Lindsey's friends responded to that by saying "But only on paper!" Sorry, he was still married, had had years to see about getting a divorce, and never had. And his wife was in the play. It was a complication that Lindsey definitely didn't need. Second, his ex-girlfriend was also in the play and seemed to wish that they'd never broken up. Another complication Lindsey didn't need.

The big plot twist near the end, and Lindsey's reaction to it, did not bode well for the next book in the series. I don't buy that all of this was necessary to keep Lindsey's romantic life fresh and interesting. There are ways McKinlay could have kept Sully and Lindsey interesting as a couple without any of this mess - something from Sully's past could have cropped up, or Lindsey's brother could have stopped by and either gotten along really well with Sully or clashed with him, or...anything but what McKinlay actually gave readers. The plot twist really irked me, and I couldn't understand why Lindsey wasn't more bothered by it.

Extras:

  • The Briar Creek Library Guide to Crafternoons
  • Readers Guide for Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
  • Card-making idea
  • Recipe for Nancy's Raspberry Petit Fours. Shockingly, although the book includes references to pumpkin squares, a recipe for them is not included.

 

(Original review posted on A Library Girl's Familiar Diversions.)

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