Kiara Advani exposes her Cleavage again in a Latest Photoshoot and Tempts us – PHOTOS INSIDE

Kiara Advani is already a known face with movies like ‘Fugly’, ‘MS Dhoni: The Untold Story’. But the success of ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ has elevated her career to a whole new level. The movie was a huge success and it took her to the next level.

Kiara Advani exposes her Cleavage again in a Latest Photoshoot and Tempts us - PHOTOS INSIDE

The actress, however, faced failure with Ram Charan’s ‘Vinaya Vidheya Rama’ and was down and under. Now, she is back again and she works with Shahid Kapoor for her new Hindi venture and she is also busy with several brand endorsements.

In this case, the actress has shocked and surprised us once again with her hottest exposure in her latest photoshoot. She was wearing a yellow dress and was oozing the ‘Oomph’ all the way! Take a look at those photos below,


Camilla shocked as well-wisher KISSES her in St Vincent during Royal Caribbean tour

Camilla and Charles arrived in St Vincent and the Grenadines on Tuesday for the last leg of their Caribbean tour, bringing their 12-day trip to an end.

Excited royal well-wishers lined up the streets of Kingstown in hope of catching a glimpse of the royal couple – and one fan even went the extra mile to catch Camilla’s attention.

The Duchess appeared startled as the man grabbed hold of her hand, greeting her with a kiss.

Laughing off the spontaneous gesture, the Duchess continued making her way around Kingstown Market to meet stall vendors and other members of the public.

Camilla dressed in a baby pink kaftan over white trousers to keep cool in the scorching heat, carrying a white umbrella to protect herself from the sun.

Charles and Camilla enjoyed the hot weather with a day-trip to a Barbados beach to wind down after a long week of engagements, sporting swimming costumes as they frolicked sea.

On Wednesday, the royal pair met with Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines Ralph Gonsalves, who once campaigned to replace The Queen with an elected president – but lost the vote.

When asked if he would ever hold another referendum to put an end to the monarchy, Mr Gonsalves said in a speech after meeting Charles and Camilla: “Not with me, somebody else may do that, not me.”

Camilla shocked as well-wisher KISSES her in St Vincent during Royal Caribbean tour

Camilla looked stunned as a royal well-wisher greeted her with a kiss (Image: GETTY)

Charles and Camilla travelled to the Caribbean and Cuba for a 12-day tour (Image: GETTY)

He added in his speech: “St Vincent and the Grenadines is the only country in the Caribbean where the matter has been put to the people in respect of doing away with the monarchy and having a homegrown ceremonial president.”

The politician said, “they were defeated in the referendum” and that the “Queen has in the country, therefore, a political legitimacy in addition to a judicial one”.

He added: “I’m not a monarchist, but I accept it, the Queen of England not only legally but politically is the Queen of St Vincent and the Grenadines and I accept that.”

Charles and Camilla talked about the importance of how 53 Commonwealth nations can “address some of the most urgent challenges facing our world”.

The royal fan appeared delighted to see the Duchess (Image: GETTY)

Speaking about climate change, Charles said on Wednesday: “As we celebrate the Commonwealth’s seventieth birthday this year, just behind mine, it seems to me that our

Commonwealth family remains as vital today as it has ever been – bringing us together to address some of the most urgent challenges facing our world.

“None of these challenges is greater than, as you, ladies and gentlemen, all know, I hope, that of climate change, which poses nothing short of an existential threat to Island nations like yours, as it does across this region, and indeed across the globe.”

Charles and Camilla will continue their tour of the Caribbean with plans to visit St Kitts and Nevis later today.

Cruise ship worker reveals passengers should never make this huge mistake on holiday

Cruise ship worker reveals passengers should never make this huge mistake on holiday

Cruise ship worker reveals passengers should never make this mistake with cruise excursions (Image: Getty Images)

Cruise ship holidays often see passengers sailing from one port to another as they explore a number of destinations on their trip. Being able to discover a variety of places – yet never have to unpack and change rooms – is an obvious perk of a cruise. However, holidaymakers do need to be careful when go off of on cruise excursions, a former cruise ship worker has explained. It’s vital you return to the ship in time as it will not wait for you if you’re late.

Cruise ship worker reveals passengers should never make this mistake with cruise excursions

US senior officer Jay Herring spoke of his experience on a cruise ship in his 2011 book The Truth About Cruise Ships.

“Some passengers thought the ship would wait for them if they were running late in port,” Herring wrote.

“But let there be no mistake: the ship will leave without you. It only waits about fifteen minutes past the scheduled sailing time. If you aren’t onboard, then adios.”

There can be exceptions to this strict rule however and it depends on the type of excursion.

If the trip was bought on board the cruise ship then there is slightly more flexibility.

“The exception was for any shore excursions purchased onboard,” wrote Herring. “The company that ran the shore excursions was in constant contact with the ship’s shore excursions manager, and if a tour was running late then the ship would definitely wait.

Cruise: It’s vital you return to the ship in time as it will not wait for you if you’re late (Image: Getty Images)

“The ship might also wait if late passengers had a way to communicate to the ship that they were running late.

“But the captain never waited for missing passengers if he had no idea when they might stroll back on to the ship.”

Herring recalled two occasions when he encountered passengers who were running late.

“I was standing by the gangway when a couple nearly missed the sip during a rainy day in Cozumel,” he said.

“They were the only two missing passengers, and as soon as they boarded, the gangway was pulled and the ship immediately set sail. ‘You guys nearly missed the ship,’ the security officer said to them.

Cruise: “Some passengers thought the ship would wait for them if they were running late in port” (Image: Getty Images)

“‘But we were waiting for the rain to stops we wouldn’t get wet,’ the wife said, brushing water off her clothes.

“’Doesn’t matter,’ the security officer said. ’The ship will leave even if it’s raining.’”

One time though, the passenger was not so lucky with timing. “On another occasion I was at the front of the Triumph as the ship sailed away from the pier in Saint John, Nova Scotia,” recalled Herring.

“Fifteen minutes after we sailed, when we were about a quarter mile away, I saw a man on the pier waving his hands and jumping up and down. The ship did not return for him. But I did wave back.”

Herring also explained in his book that complaining too much can work against passengers who are hoping to get upgraded.

These 5 hotels, situated in the depths of the sea create an amazing feeling of adventure

Whenever you go somewhere to roam, you can take help of a hotel to stay. But there are some hotels in the world where people only go to see it. Yes, today we are going to tell you about some of the hotels which are located in the depths of the sea and the view here produces a unique adventure. The tourists go to visit these hotels to experience the same adventure. So let’s know about these hotels located in the deep sea.

These 5 hotels, situated in the depths of the sea create an amazing feeling of adventure

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1. Huvafen Fushi

Huvafen Fushi is the famous hotel of the Maldives. The special feature of this hotel is that it has been constructed very beautifully inside the water. Not only this, the exterior part of this hotel has also been designed very well. The hotel has facilities from indoor stadium to spa. This sea-view hotel overlooks the sea.

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2. Poseidon Undersea Resorts, Fiji

Due to natural beauty this hotel of Fiji attracts tourists exclusively. This Poseidon Undersea Resort is a favorite place for people to stay. These hotels are surrounded by water in the area of ​​five thousand acres. The cost of stay at this hotel is very high. One night stay costs $15000 or more.

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3. InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland, China

This hotel is located in Songjiang, China, between the Tianmen Mountain. This 19-storey hotel is located in 100 meters of water. There are 380 rooms in it. It is designed by Britain’s designing firm Atkins. It is also called a cave hotel.

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4. The Hydropolis Underwater Hotel, Dubai

Crescent Hydropolis is Dubai’s famous underwater hotel. This hotel, especially known celebrities and the royal family, chooses to stay. From rooms to dining areas, meeting halls and indoor gaming areas, everything is made of glass. For this reason, fish and other organisms inside the sea can be easily seen.

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5. Manta Resort

The Manta Resort is built in 13 feet of sea in Africa. The rooms at the hotel are small, but there are all the amenities available in it. The estimated cost of a night in this hotel is $ 1000 or approximately 60000 rupees. The sea view from the hotel room attracts guests very much.

Travel: The best of North and South Devon

As the weather starts to show the first hints of thawing and we can see a tease of spring on the horizon it’s only natural to start plotting holidays. Given the seemingly endless summer last year, we dare to dream of a repeat performance, making staycations within our own beautiful isle all the more appealing. And where more enthralling than Devon, the county aptly coined the English Riviera due to its chic harbour towns and stunning coastline. With so much to see and a surprising amount of ground to cover, we recommend a dual site stay to ensure you make the most of your time.

First stop: experience glamping at its finest in North Devon with Longlands

It’s not surprising that Longlands have been the winners of numerous boutique glamping awards. Tucked away in an area of outstanding beauty this a glamping experience like no other. The site is made up of five safari style tents, each of which sleeps six people (and two dogs if you are so inclined) and includes all the luxuries and stylised finishes you would expect from a chic country hotel. The perfect battered chesterfield in front of the roaring wood fire, sumptuous natural aromatherapy products in the bathroom and cosy White Company bedding in the bedrooms. Though hardcore camping traditionalists need not fear – there are just enough activities to give you the hint of camping which I know many enjoy, the satisfying task of fire making being one of them. It seems it’s only the undesirable aspects of traditional camping have been ejected from this new improved model. Gone are the mad dashes and queues for the bathroom block, for example. Instead you can relax in your own private bathroom complete with shower within the privacy of your tent.

Travel: The best of North and South Devon

Country chic interiors at Longlands, Devon.

Take time to enjoy the fresh air and explore the beauty of the area. There is a picturesque lake on site complete with rowing boats, however should you be like me the hot tub is my water destination of choice. Make a booking for you and your party at sundown and bring a chilled bottle with you to watch the sun set on the sea and over the valley.

A hot tub with a view

Longlands is the perfect base (if you can tear yourself away) to explore the beautiful coastline. Culture vultures be sure to make a special pit stop to visit Ilfracombe to see Damien Hirst’s striking and forboding ‘Verity’ statue. It would be unfair to deny yourself a visit to the seemingly endless sandy plains of neighbouring Woolacombe beach, voted Best British Beach and deservedly so for the last two years on Tripadviser. Not to mention a chip shop dinner for true nostalgia.

Another favourite spot of mine was the honesty shop, known as ‘The Larder’, full of fresh local and homemade produce and open 24 hours a day, perfect for a midnight feast. Taking all the hassle out of self-catering you can pre-order with the team before you stay, letting them know your party size and dietary requirements and simply pick up your delicious home-cooked food daily. Perfect for a camping novice like myself. Pop in the oven or on the BBQ back at your tent and feel like Delia with none of the effort. Due to its uniqueness and high end finish, it is unsurprising that availability can be tricky, but exclusive hire is available and would allow for a truly unforgettable experience whatever the occasion. Now you just need to find an excuse!

Unplug and unwind the old fashion way at Longlands this summer.

It’s worth noting that although your stay at Longlands is all about the unwinding, there is a power socket included in each tent, but I implore you to step away from your phone and truly disconnect. Maybe don’t tell the rest of your guests about its existence? Just a suggestion. For those suffering from Candy Crush withdrawal why not have a rummage through the games trunk, we reignited the age old love (and horrific competitiveness) of Monopoly during our stay. This is grown-up camping at its best, escaping the hustle and bustle of town living without neglecting any of life’s luxuries.

Pricing from £595 for a weekend stay and from £495 for a midweek stay, full weeks from £925.

Second stop: embrace your inner foodie with the family in South Devon at The Soar Mill Cove Hotel

Its striking graphic single story architecture has a touch of Palm Springs about it, effortlessly cutting in to the wild natural beauty of the Devonshire countryside. Its exotic design aside, everything about this long established family run hotel holds true to traditional British values.

Midcentury chic at Soar Mill Cove Hotel

Named for its prime location above Soar Mill Cove Beach, a secluded sandy beach on the South West Coast Path between Hope Cove and Salcombe. A stunning wild spot, perfect for dog walking or exploring caves with the family, easily accessed via a short footpath from the hotel. If you aren’t feeling adventurous enough to brave the waves, I would recommend heading back to the hotel and plunging into their spring-fed heated saltwater indoor pool. And if that doesn’t relax you enough simply indulge further by booking a treatment from the extensive Temple Spa range.

The midcentury modern design does everything to bring the outside in. Expect spacious light rooms with lots of family and animal friendly options depending on who you are travelling with. Always be sure to pay the premium for a cove facing room, you will never be disappointed. Binoculars and walking maps are provided in every room. Or better yet ask the dedicated team, many of whom have been with the hotel for years, there is nothing they don’t know and they are always happy to help. Recommended if your map-reading skills are as ropy as mine. If you are looking for a day trip hop in the car and you will be in the idyllic and chic Salcombe town in less than 10 minutes.

It’s not only the views and service people travel to Soar Mill Cove hotel for, it’s the award winning (two Rosettes, last time I checked) food offering from chef Ian MacDonald that pulls in the crowds. Focusing on the very best in local produce the delightfully seafood heavy offering, including the famed Salcombe lobster, is a gloriously modern yet traditionally English assortment of crowd pleasers. And how can you not instantly fall in love with somewhere that has its own gin, an indulgent mix of honey, samphire and gorse blossom, all sourced from the cove beneath you and distilled and bottled onsite. Look out for the gin sorbet – a perfect end to a summer’s evening.

A room with a view and Devonshire cream tea

For the best seat in the house, nab one of the wicker swing seats in the lounge area, to indulge in the sea views from the comfort of indoors, ideal if the weather isn’t quite behaving. Take a book with you and enjoy the quiet. Or even better enjoy a traditional Devon cream tea, while the champagne bar caters for boozier tastes. I have discovered scones go equally well with champagne as they do tea. What is a trip to Devon without a cream tea mention? Just so you know the Devonian method is to split the scone in two, cover each half with clotted cream, and then add strawberry jam on top. As with any trip it is vitally important for you to fully immerse yourself in local culture!

Uni pals survive heat, starvation, storms and infection in 21-day NAKED jungle stint

Uni pals survive heat, starvation, storms and infection in 21-day NAKED jungle stint

Adventurer Daniel Olifi and his mate James Moynihan (Image: Daniel Olifi / SWNS)

A pair of hapless university pals battled blistering heat, machete wounds, thunderstorms and hypothermia to survive three weeks in the jungle – totally NAKED.

Intrepid Daniel Olifi, 26, and James Moynihan, 27, wanted to see if they could survive three weeks alone in rural Malaysia – just for the challenge.

But the survival junkies only took a flint rock, a machete, a mosquito net, a metal water pot and a first aid kit on their trip.

Financial tech worker Daniel and cruise ship entertainer James lost 46lbs between them after failing to find much to eat except bugs and berries.

They nearly ran out of water within hours and one had to go to hospital after he sliced his own hand with a machete.

The pair ate worms and bugs (Image: Daniel Olifi / SWNS)

The pair endured dozens of mosquito bites, hypothermia and dehydration but managed to complete their three week “holiday” near the equator.

The hardy duo decided not to wear clothes to “show that it can be done” and recorded their adventure in video diaries.

Daniel, from London, said: “It was scary at times.

“Going to sleep at night, for all you know a snake might get in your shelter and you might not wake up the next morning.

“You can really step on a snake at any point and not know it, or hypothermia can get you.

Daniel slashed his hand with a machete (Image: Daniel Olifi / SWNS)

“You realise: ‘Damn! This is how idiots die in the wild and are never found’.

“It was tough. Our bodies were cannibalising our muscle for energy just to stay alive.

“We wanted to do something truly inspirational and epic- once in a lifetime.

“You only live once, so you may as well do everything you can.

“We wanted to show that anybody can push themselves to the limit to a point beyond giving up in a primal situation.

“We did it without clothes – to strip ourselves down to the bare minimum – to show that it can be done.”

Daniel is no stranger to adventure, having walked from the UK to the Alps in 2014 where he partially survived on a diet of slugs and water from the mountain rivers.

Daniel Olifi addresses the camera during the challenge (Image: Daniel Olifi / SWNS)

In 2015 he cycled across the Sahara, drinking his own urine to conquer the 1,800km desert ride.

Inspired by TV survival programmes, the pair flew to Malaysia in October last year for their latest challenge in the rainforests of Kuantan in Panhang.

On day one, they set off to find a lake in the middle of the forest which they thought was half a day’s walk away – but they never found it.

Within hours they were running out of water and while James, from Woking, Surrey, went to find water, Daniel started to build a shelter to protect them from an incoming thunderstorm.

He fell down a ravine and cut his hand with a machete, leaving him with a nasty cut he tried to patch up with superglue.

Daniel said: “We didn’t have time to make a shelter before the thunderstorms started.

James Moynihan during the adventure (Image: Daniel Olifi / SWNS)

“We went under a tree and cut down twigs and branches with leaves on to cover us like a thick sheet.

“Though this was meant to prevent most of the water from getting on us, we were still shivering.

“Whilst I was cutting down leaves I fell partially down a ravine.

“I tried to fix my hand with superglue to create a seal from bacteria, which I thought would be a temporary fix. It hurt a lot.

“We tried to make a move early in the morning, but this was impossible.

“Mosquitoes started to bite us.”

The next morning his hand was so painful they had to leave the rainforest and get help – making their way to the road and hitching a ride to a nearby hospital.

Dan had an x-ray and the wound was fixed with stitches, before they left the hospital to restart their adventure, this time in a different rainforest near Sungai Tekai.

They stripped off, and for a further 18 days survived on berries and bugs and were so starving they would regularly black out.

The pair lost over three stone between them (Image: Daniel Olifi / SWNS)

Dan’s fifth day diary entry reads: “We made it back to our second shelter but the walk depleted our calories.

“We did more to the shelter to make it waterproof and warmer and I cleaned my wound again but it was still not healing.

“We find wild berries to eat. Unsure if they are poisonous or not we do basic tests on them and we proceed to eat them.”

On day six, they finally found a river and added: “Our positivity increased as now we can find fish but there is still one problem.

“Where there are fish, there should be birds but we didn’t see or hear any birds.

“My hand is still not healing and smells rotten. James and I question how long I can stay in the jungle before it gets severely infected.”

The lads slept in a makeshift shelter (Image: Daniel Olifi / SWNS)

James grew weaker from day eight.

Dan wrote: “He potentially has early on-set hypothermia and we question whether he should continue with the challenge or leave.

“James saw a large lizard but it is too late for Danny to catch it. As I stand up I black out. The blackouts for me and James become more severe.

“Later that day I ate a cricket.”

By day 13 they were experiencing numbness in their arms and legs because they were so weak and their hearts weren’t pumping blood around their bodies properly.

Two days later all they could find to eat was worms and bugs.

Dan said: “Without clothes we became very vulnerable to mosquito bites. They forced us to itch until we bled.

The were exposed to some very dangerous terrain (Image: Daniel Olifi / SWNS)

“The nightly thunderstorms soaked us, and we were shivering every night.

“I had to share body heat with James just to stay warm.”

On day 16 they abandoned their shelter and planned a two-day trek back to civilisation.

Dan’s final day entry said: “We make our trek out as we put on clothes and leave the rainforest through a stream. A further few miles on a dirt path both our legs give up.

“Once we get to a road we hail down a lift to the nearest village.”

Daniel said his sliced hand stank of rotting flesh and added: “It was a ticking time bomb that might have ended the entire trip if seriously infected.”

They flew home to England after several days spent recovering in Kuala Lumpur, where they gorged on crisps, cookies, pizzas, and burgers.

Daniel and James said their favourite moments were finding the river, making a fire, and getting one dry night in the shelter.

Though said they kept themselves entertained with games of Six Degrees of Separation – where you link people in six steps.

Five cheapest ways to travel through Russia

Five cheapest ways to travel through Russia

Don’t bring anything prohibited Apart from clearly dangerous items like weapons, knives, explosives, pyrotechnical substances, flammable and toxic materials, there are other things that one must not carry through an inspection. Such items also include extremist materials, musical instruments (except for horns and pipes), medicines (more than one package of more than 7 different medications in factory packaging), narcotics, glass bottles, liquids in containers larger than 100 ml, food and beverages (including alcohol) as well as flags and banners larger than 2×1.5 meters. The full list includes 44 points so better check it prior to heading to the event. If you still have something in your bag, you will also be able to leave it in the locker room – this only applies if an item doesn’t pose any threat and is not banned from circulation on the territory of Russia, of course. Smoke in special areas and drink modestly Smoking is allowed only in dedicated smoking areas. As for alcohol, you cannot bring your own, but it will still be possible to buy beer at the stadium and its fan zones. Just remember to drink responsibly! Don’t offend or endanger others Being respectful of other football fans seems natural but in the process of the game many might get so overwhelmed with emotions that minding one’s language and behavior could be difficult to maintain. Officially it’s not permitted to stand on seats, insult people, and attempt to climb the fences and other structures in the stadiums. Pitch invasions, starting fires, throwing objects into the stands, the pitch and area around it will also surely be a bad idea… Alexander Vilf/Sputnik Don’t promote political messages or your business A soccer match is a place to enjoy the game, not a platform for emotional speeches or advertising. The rules forbid these and any kind of commercial activity in the stadium. After all, if you want to do something like that (which is smart given the wide audience) you could become a sponsor, right? Feel free to record the game for personal use While broadcasting or recording the match for gain is not allowed, one need not worry about taking a photo or video for Instagram. Just make sure not to use lighting equipment, flashes and other special equipment – this might get you into trouble. But other than that, enjoy the moment! For more details on prohibited items and actions at matches, check the full document here. If using any of Russia Beyond’s content, partly or in full, always provide an active hyperlink to the original material. WORLD CUP 2018 FIFA THE 2018 FIFA WORLD CUP RUSSIA™ More exciting stories and videos on Russia Beyond’s Facebook page Read more 5 tips for renting an apartment during a World Cup stay in Russia Why don’t Russian women play football? Should you fear hooligans at the 2018 World Cup? 3 things to consider 25 Russian words you need to know for the 2018 World Cup™ Should you be worried about your trip to Russia for the 2018 FIFA World Cup™?

We know how it is: You’ve finally made it to Russia and you’re ready to do everything you’ve been planning. But all the tickets and rides and passes are adding up, and soon enough you feel like you’re spending all your money just getting around and buying the odd pair of museum tickets. Visitors tend to do things the most obvious way, which is often the most expensive way.

Lucky for you there are several good ways to cut costs on travel and other activities while in Russia:

If you’re coming from the US, you might assume that mass transit just doesn’t work anywhere outside of New York. And yet it does. Even relatively small cities in Russia have functioning mass transit.

So ask a little bit in advance and instead of blowing all your cash on cab rides, you’ll be cruising on the trolley with the locals.

In the bigger cities, you may find that you have several options (subway or bus alone, subway+bus together). Take the time to figure your likely transit costs and compare them to the price of the card: Chances are pretty good it’s worth it.

A little advice from a local and a transit card can really take you places. Karina McCorkle, 24, is a graduate student in the USA and tells that the Troika card is indispensable for Moscow mass transit. It works on the metro, buses, trams, and even some short-range trains.

Particularly around Moscow and St. Petersburg, BlaBlaCar app is quite popular and really useful for one-way trips to the Moscow Region, day trips to the Golden Ring, and the like. Do not go to Russia thinking ride-sharing and convenience are something you have to leave at home.

“The line will be long, but it’ll be free!” says Christina Rosivack, 26, writer, editor, and American expat, but sometimes the line on free admission days is just too long to be worth it. Do you really feel like standing in line at the Hermitage for hours just to save a couple bucks?

Pro tip: When is St. Petersburg, wait for free museum day at the Hermitage to absorb everyone else, and then go have some time to yourself at the Museum of Political History or the Museum of the Defense and Siege of Leningrad. These names may sound a little too specific to Western ears, but a leisurely walk through them will teach you a lot, plus admission is inexpensive and you’ll beat the crowds.

The Hermitage is amazing and the Moscow Museum of Modern Art just about knocked me over, although I went in there thinking I didn’t need to see any modern art. But that aside, any clear day is a chance for a self-guided walking tour through literally any Russian city.

Try this: stay on foot all day. Note the names of a few old churches. When you sit down, look them up and learn a little about them. Get moving again, and when you see an obscure little museum on a back street, go on in and see what they can tell you about it.

Check out the dimensions of parks and note all the fountains, the things the locals navigate by without even being aware of it. Remember to mark all this on your map and keep reviewing what you’ve seen throughout the day.

Now, climb as high as you can in that general part of town – Saint Isaac’s Cathedral in St. Petersburg is a good place – and try to find everything you marked on your map. Not as easy as it sounds, but it will help you get to know your city.

5 Cheap Destinations In Asia You Need To Visit

5 Cheap Destinations In Asia You Need To Visit

A resolution that many millennial will love to make is to travel more, to explore the world outside and in the process, explore themselves. If you’re one of them and are keen on travelling while on a budget, here are five Asian destinations you must visit.
* The Vietnam-Cambodia Combination

Vietnam has been trending as a destination for the last few years among young Indians. The combination of the natural beauty of picturesque hills and tribal villages and the contemporary culture of its modern cities makes Vietnam a compelling destination to explore.

* Sri Lanka

Lonely Planet named Sri Lanka the top country for travel in 2019, and for good reason. The land is filled with natural beauty ranging from dense mountains and forests to picturesque beaches, options to explore ranging from wildlife safaris to surfing and yoga and Buddhist monuments, and a warm culture thanks to “people who defy all odds by their welcome and friendliness.”



* Bhutan

A country that ranks high on the World Happiness Index, Bhutan is another destination that has gained popularity among the Indian youth. It’s one of the last surviving Himalayan kingdoms with hidden treasures spread all over. You would be forgiven for believing that this peaceful country is mystically located in the clouds thanks to its altitude, and the ease with which Buddhist traditions mix with newly discovered modernity. Its adherence to traditional crafts like painting, sculpture, and archery make it a wonderful escape from the overwhelming Western culture.

* Thailand

Need I say much about this destination? It has been a favourite since long among young travellers across the world. But this popularity has led to the destination getting over-crowded. Thankfully, you have options in form of newer islands like Koh Lanta and Koh Pha Ngan, which the locals visit. These are slowly gaining popularity among tourists but will take time to become mainstream. These islands will reward you with the holiday experience you’re badly craving for.

* Turkey

Turkey boasts of a mind-blowing culture and architecture. Additionally, with the Lira weakening against the dollar, Turkey has become competitive as far as food and accommodation are concerned.

Men’s Stylish New Designs of Imported Blazers

Today, I brought for you some new designs of imported blazers to get a perfect look for every occasion.

Men’s Stylish New Designs of Imported Blazers

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A blazer is a type of jacket which often has naval-style metal buttons. A blazer not only looks great but can adapt to anybody type, shape or height.

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It is an incredibly comfortable item to wear too. It is very lighter in weight than a suit jacket, it can be work either in open or closed form. A good blazer is that which makes you feel and look good.

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A beige blazer represents cool, casual and will never go out of style. It is a perfect dress for summer look. Combine the beige with matching chinos for lightweight look in summer. From business lunch to date night this classic combination will never let you down.

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There is a growing trend of knitted or jersey blazers. This style of jacket will give you a feel of well-tailored item. The good thing about this type of jersey blazers or printed blazers are they suit any age, so you no need to worry that you are going above or beyond age.

8 Tips This Stylist Learned From 20 Years of Dressing

Read on for her top eight style tips for curvy women:

1. Strike the right balance between fitted and too tight. “There’s a difference between being squeezed up in a dress and a dress fitting your body nicely,” she says. “You shouldn’t see lines of any undergarments through the dress—that’s when you know it’s too tight!”

8 Tips This Stylist Learned From 20 Years of Dressing

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2. Everybody should have a shapewear arsenal. “This is universal!” says Moses. “Every woman needs a little bit of cinching, smoothing, and support sometimes. Generally, smoothing in the tummy and hips can make us look more refined and polished in our clothes. The number one piece that women should have is a body briefer.”

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3. Don’t wear leggings as pants. “There is way too much personal information on the streets of many cities because of this trend. Leggings are not pants. They are meant to be worn underneath clothing. That’s why they are sold with hosiery and accessories in department stores.” (Hint: Get a pair of skinny jeggings instead!)

4. When in doubt, reach for a pencil skirt. “To-the-knee is the most flattering hemline on everyone,” she says. “It elongates your curves and gives your body good balance.”

5. No outfit is complete without the right shoes. “Pay attention to the line of your shoes,” says Moses. “Avoid straps around the ankles—they can make legs look shorter. A classic pump in a neutral will give you the cleanest line and make your legs look longest.”

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6. Shop through any weight changes. “Do go shopping and invest in the essential pieces, even if you gain [or lose] a few pounds. The most important thing is to wear clothes that fit and to feel you look your very best at every size.”

7. Carry the right size of bag. “You should have a bag that is proportioned to your body,” she says. “Too small is not good! For day I like a medium-size structured tote. At night, if you can’t see the bag behind your hand, that bag is too small.”

8. Tailor your clothing. “A good tailor is every woman’s secret weapon. There’s no substitute! Most department stores and boutiques offer tailoring services too. Wearing clothes that fit and hang properly on your body can make the difference between terrible and terrific.”