I recently had the opportunity to guest post on Jennifer Davidson’s Cooking Blog. For me it was more than just providing her with an article. I found some delicious recipes – and they looked scrumptious!!! The great instructions and helpful images make it easy to follow, even for the most novice of cooks.
Punakaiki is a major tourist attraction on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand. It is here where you will find the unique and natural attraction that is the Pancake Rocks.
The Pancake Rocks are a rock formation in the Paparoa National Park on the South Island, located about 40km north of Greymouth. The Pancake Rocks are found right on the Tasman Sea and its name originates from the rocks that look like pancakes stacked on top of each other.
There is nothing new orÂ extraordinaryÂ about water in the streets of Venice – well just as long as it flows in the channels andÂ doesn’t flood the streets and squares. Venice has been fighting high water for years, because of the rising sea level and theÂ subsidenceÂ of the sandy grounds, threatening the city to sink into the sea. A barrier to protect the city from repeated winterÂ flooding, which has been planned for decades, is due to be finished by 2015.
Great Britain is getting ready to celebrate “Bonfire Night”, which is a yearlyÂ celebration on November 5. On this day we remember the failed gunpowder plot by GuyÂ Fawkes in 1605. During this celebration “guy” dolls that represent Guy Fawkes areÂ set alight and burned on the bonfire.