Here a snapshot of an article written for Fase magazine, with some tips on how to travel Morocco, hope you love it and inspires you. I have visited India 3 times but haven’t visited the places you have described. I’m definitely going to reference your page on my next trip to India! Some cruise line has doctor on board. If in doubt, check with the company in case of complication, during the journey. Check if the port of call has immediate access to the medical centre.
hi!i have plans of going to dubai only how dami hinihingi ng immigration bago ka umalis and i’ve heard marami ng hindi naka alis bcause of the new process here in phils like supporting docs of a relative b4 leaving to dubai… my friend told me to avoid hindrances is to get to SG muna or HK den dun nlang daw ako umalis papuntang dubai… my question is will that be a good idea or baka pgdating ko either SG or HK ma question ako at hindi rin ako mkaalis… pls let me know and if pwede give me a better idea. thank you so much!
Average 70 year old vines,( some as old as 100 years) on granitic gravel are framed organically, the grapes hand harvested with whole cluster fermentation and natural yeasts. They are aged over fine lees in older barrels before bottling. The wine is round and lush, with cherry and licorice on the nose, and lots of cherry, plum, smoky spice and leather on the palate.
the second wine was 2009 Tavel/Chateau de Trinquevedel. we have had this wine for the last 7 months and it was a favorite. it is a very similar pink throughout the glass and clear. the fruit and flower aromas are complex, with an enticing floral beginning followed by impressive fruit. the taste backs this up, and again there is a subtle finish of white pepper. the balance on the finish is crisp acid and mineral with a perfect balance. i am glad i have several bottles of this left in the cellar.
You will still need a visa to visit South Korea even if you will be coming from Bahrain because you are a Filipino citizen. I look forward to returning to taste their wines from Lirac and Châteauneuf du Pape and of course the new vintage of the domaine’s rosé from Tavel.
Getting to halfway has been a long process. A LONG, challenging process in so many more ways than I ever could have imagined. (Did I mention it has felt long?) Somehow, it’s also been a whirlwind. Every time a semester ends, people ask me if I’m done yet. They say, Did you just graduate?” or This is your last year, right?” Ah, how I wish I could say yes. But the answer has been a steady and repetitive No…” followed by a semi-desperate but optimistic …not yet!” I’m so used to not being done (yet) that actually arriving at halfway feels like a major accomplishment. Halfway means the amount of time left can’t be more than the amount of time I’ve already put in (yay math!).