Month: April 2022

Top 11 Australian Desserts For Those Who Have A Sweet Tooth

It’s not the perfect visit to Australia without different essentials, which especially means the backyard BBQ, afternoon swims, sunshine, and the iconic Aussie desserts & sweets. As much as Australia is recognized for its different barbecues rather and its scrumptious baking styles, it is also known for a wide range of conventional sweets and the best Australian Desserts.

Using the simple and mouth-watering ingredients that usually hark-back to the British tradition, such as sponge, cream, chocolate, caramel, and jam are the exclusive little flavors and treats that may not be as striking as the delicate and tasteful French tart.

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Hotel group Accor expects domestic demand to return to 2019 levels by year-end

(Reuters) -Europe’s biggest hotel group Accor said on Thursday it expected domestic demand to return to levels comparable to 2019 by the end of the year after reporting a jump in first-quarter revenue.

The global travel and hospitality industry is recovering from the pandemic as higher vaccination rates and an easing of restrictions spur a rise in business and leisure trips.

“This rebound reflects both the sustained increase in the number of business and leisure domestic guests, and border reopenings which accelerated the return of international travellers,” the French hotelier said in a statement.

Accor, which operates 5,300 hotels in

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Visit Hawaii on luxury tour through eyes of a local

HONOLULU (KHON2) — Luxury tour operator Kensington Tours is doing business in Hawaii for the first time and has just released a new collection of Hawaii itineraries for those seeking an adventure in the islands. These private-guided tours give people an opportunity to travel with the state’s top local guides.

“It’s been specially curated with our discerning clientele in mind, and our in-destination partners have trusting relationships with the local communities, ensuring our guests will be welcomed with open arms,” said Helen Giontsis, President of Kensington Tours.

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Travel: Why Florence is the perfect destination to let your creative juices (and fine wines) flow

SLIDING a large sheet of thin paper from a folder and smoothing it out on the table in front of him, Roberto Guarnieri is setting out the ground rules of art for amateurs.

“The first rule is to enjoy, you must smile,” the retired architect, artist and co-owner of Studio Iguarnieri ( tells the group of four gathered on the grass outside the peach and custard coloured walls of Villa La Massa, a historic hotel perched on a picturesque bend of the river Arno, just outside Florence.

The other rules? No judgement (of your own or others’ work) and if

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