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Tour Labuan Bajo Bersama Segara Liveaboard

Segara Liveaboard adalah kapal terbaik di Labuan Bajo yang selalu bersedia membawa anda berserta rombongan, yang ingin melakukan https://segaraliveaboard.com/labuan-bajo-tour dengan cara yang menyenangkan dan mungkin enggan untuk anda lupakan. Untuk menyewa kapalnya, anda harus memilih paket terlebih dahulu yang disediakan. Paket yang tersedia di labuan bajo terbagi dalam 2 jenis, yaitu paket tour private dan juga paket open trip. Keduanya memiliki perbedaan, yakni :
1. Paket Tour Private
Jika anda memilih paket tour yang satu ini, anda bisa :
- melakukan perjalanan hanya dengan rombongan yang anda miliki
- fasilitas di kapal umumnya akan lebih lengkap
- waktu untuk tour akan lebih lama
2. Paket Open trip
Jika anda memilih paket ini, yang akan didapat adalah :
- melakukan perjalanan bersama dengan rombong lain dalam satu kapal
- kapal yang digunakan kemungkinan tidak akan selengkap jika anda menyewa yang paket tour private.
- kemungkinan waktunya mungkin akan lebih sebentar
- cocok untuk anda yang memiliki budget terbatas

Akan tetapi, paket apapun yang anda pilih awak kapal akan tetap siap melayani apa yang diperlukan anda diatas kapal dengan baik dan sesuai deng SOP yang ada. Di Labuan Bajo tersedia banyak sekali tempat wisata yang bisa anda kunjungi, banyak sekali tempat - tempat cantik yang bisa dijadikan spot foto. Anda tidak perlu bingung akan kesana atau tidak, karena memang pasti anda akan di Ajak Segara Liveaboar ke beberapa tempat wisata yang ada di Labuan Bajo.
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Schwarzwald ist ein Begriff, der Bilder von tiefen Wäldern, traditionellen Bauernhäusern mit tiefen Dächern und Kuckucksuhren hervorruft. Fachwerkdörfer sehen aus wie aus einem Märchenbuch entsprungen. Auch die berühmte Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte muss man probieren. All das findet man in den hügeligen Landschaften Baden-Württembergs, der südwestlichen Ecke Deutschlands. Das Zentrum des Schwarzwalds erstreckt sich südlich von Baden-Baden bis Pforzheim. Er folgt dem Rheintal, bis er an den Seen die Schweizer Grenze erreicht. Er verbindet sein ländliches Ackerland mit den Wäldern über kurvenreiche und ansteigende Straßen, die endlose fotografierenswerte Aussichten bieten. Trotz seiner schönen Landschaften gibt es im Schwarzwald viel zu erleben. Die Einrichtung von Wellness-Zentren innerhalb von Hotelgebäuden ist ein wichtiges Element in der Entwicklung der Freizeitindustrie gewesen. Das Schwarzwälder Wellness-Hotel ist eine etablierte Branche. Neben den traditionellen Behandlungen bieten Wellness-Zentren zahlreiche Dienstleistungen an, darunter Massagen, Schönheitsbehandlungen, Massagen und Fitness. Oft wird nicht bedacht, dass Wellness-Zentren auch lehrreich sein können. Sie verbreiten die Wellness-Philosophie und fördern eine gesunde Lebensweise. Die ganzheitliche Anwendung der Wellness-Philosophie kann das subjektive Empfinden und Wohlbefinden in Wellness-Zentren positiv beeinflussen. Wenn Hotels auf dem Markt wettbewerbsfähig bleiben wollen, müssen sie sich dem Wellnesstourismus zuwenden. Im Schwarzwald tun die Wellnesshotels genau das. Es gibt viele Möglichkeiten, den Begriff Wellnesshotel zu definieren. Moderne Hotels finden sich in der Nähe großer medizinischer Zentren. Diese Hotels können für Patienten genutzt werden, die sich langwierigen Prozeduren wie körperlichen Untersuchungen oder Wellness-Beratungen unterziehen müssen. Alternativ dazu kann ein Wellnesshotel auch eigene Dienstleistungen anbieten. Diese Dienstleistungen konzentrieren sich in der Regel auf die Verbesserung Ihrer Ernährungs- und Bewegungsgewohnheiten. Ein Wellness-Resort ist ein Ort, der viele Wellness-Dienstleistungen anbietet und Zugang zu nahe gelegenen Sportarten wie Nordic Walking hat. Persönliche Heilung und Regenerierung sind die Hauptziele eines Wellness-Retreats in einem Wellnesshotel in Baden-Württemberg. Das werden Sie auch in Ihrer Unterkunft feststellen. Ein Rückzug in ein Gesundheitszentrum kann die heilsamste Erfahrung bieten. Sie können sich in Ihr tolles Hotelzimmer zurückziehen. Das beste Heilerlebnis erhalten Sie in einem Boutique-Hotel. In Wellness-Resorts werden viele Versprechungen gemacht. Wellness endet nicht mit dem Spa. Die Wellness-Hotels haben es sich stattdessen zur Aufgabe gemacht, ganzheitliche und nachhaltige Wohlfühlleistungen anzubieten. Obwohl Wohlbefinden etwas ist, das jeder haben sollte, gibt es Hotels, wie das Mokni’s Palais Hotel & SPA in Deutschland, die sich auf Wellness spezialisiert haben und Ihren Besuch unvergesslich machen. In diesen Hotels werden hochwertige Bio-Lebensmittel und -Getränke serviert, die aus der Region stammen. Die Philosophie ist, dass Wellness bedeutet, unserem Körper und unserer Seele eine Pause von unserem hektischen Leben zu gönnen. Da sich diese Hotels für Ihr Wohlbefinden einsetzen, haben Sie viele Möglichkeiten, sich in Ihrem Wellnessurlaub zu entspannen. Eine romantische Auszeit zu zweit, schmackhafte regionale Gerichte und eine ruhige Nacht im flauschigen Bett.
Kerala Tour Packages For Family.
The most beautiful part of Kerala is undoubtedly the beach, so if you want to spend your vacation with the family in the lap of nature, you should opt for a family holiday package. Such a package should have at least 10 days of travel, so that the entire family can experience all the wonderful destinations in the state. There is no shortage of options when it comes to choosing the best Kerala tour packages for families. Here are some ideas to help you decide what type of package will best fit your needs. There are many benefits to choosing a family tour package in Kerala. The Malabar Coast boasts 600 km of beautiful beaches, and is therefore an ideal destination for a family vacation. It is also a popular religious destination, featuring the famous Sabarimala Temple, as well as the Guruvayoor Temple. You can also choose a Kerala vacation package if you wish to explore the rich history and culture of the state. The religious destinations of the state are also worth visiting, including the Sabarimala Temple and the Padmanabhaswamy Temple. The list of attractions in Kerala is long, so you can find one that suits your interests and budget. Kerala holiday packages can also offer houseboat tours, which allow you to explore the scenic backwaters and get a glimpse of the surrounding countryside. There are several different types of Kerala tour packages for families, each offering a unique experience. A houseboat tour in Kerala lets you enjoy the beautiful scenery from the water while enjoying your holiday. These tours are popular with tourists and can be arranged by a travel agent for a low cost. The perfect Kerala tour package for a family should not be overly restrictive, and you should make sure that the itinerary allows for plenty of time for activities and games, especially if you have children. However, a family tour package in Kerala should not be too restrictive, and should also include enough free time for your children to enjoy their favorite activities. This will ensure that you have a wonderful holiday for your entire family. The best way to discover the best of the state is to choose one of the many great Kerala tour packages that are available. A family holiday in Kerala should be a memorable experience for everyone. Whether you're traveling with kids or just the parents, a family holiday is a great way to relax and spend quality time together as a family. A trip in Kerala will surely be one of the most memorable experiences of your life. You'll never regret the decision! This trip is sure to be a hit with your entire family. Once you've booked your family vacation, you'll be able to take advantage of all the options available.
Bandung's most popular desserts on Instagram
One of Bandung's traits that keeps attracting visitors, especially from Jakarta, is its always-exciting culinary adventure. During the 1980s, it was the baso tahu goreng or batagor for short (fried fish and tofu eaten with peanut sauce) and an array of pastries and cakes from big bakeries that were the sought-after food souvenirs from Bandung. Nowadays however, continuing the city’s legacy of always moving forward and creating new trends, new hybrid foodpreneurs are emerging; offering a totally new style and concept in desserts, which are not only exciting and show creativity but also genius in pampering our taste buds. Though not all of them have managed to establish a store, all are creating a lot of buzz on social media, especially on Instagram. So, prepare to savor these treats when you are in town. Pompidou Think about pretty, elegant, and at the same time modern cakes or cupcakes, which upon eating will give you a lot of happiness for the soft and delicious texture combined with a satisfying creamy buttery icing. That's what Pompidou, a little cake shop at Jl. Ciliwung 14, is all about. Founded in 2009 by Irma and Arthy, the duo started out by receiving custom-order cupcakes for friends or family. Their interest in cakes and cupcakes began after reading a red velvet cake recipe in a Martha Stewart cookbook. Pompidou now offers cakes, cupcakes and pies, starting from Rp 18,000 per cupcake. Pompidou's chocomalt cake, red velvet and salted caramel cake, are among their best-sellers. Fat Bites Astrid and her partner have a passion for food and so the two often experiment to create new exciting dishes. The duo's exploration later resulted in an online-based business named Fat Bites which offers their product through an Instagram account. "We wanted to explore new tastes and flavors of food and beverages as well as new unexpected ways to present them," said Astrid about her business. At the moment, she said, Fat Bites offered ice creams, sorbets and pies. The varieties are quite rich with cheese cake, Oreo, apple caramel, vanilla, bubble gum for the ice cream and strawberry punch and lavender lime for the sorbets and banana soufflé, strawberry soufflé and salmon wasabi for the pies. According to Astrid, Fat Bites' signature and best-selling menu item are Summerfling, which is a lychee drink with fruit popsicle, the fruit and ice cream S'more -- ice cream with butter cookies and melted marshmallow -- and the salmon wasabi pie. "Currently we still do a lot of pop-up events and participate in culinary festivals. But we have a pick-up point for our customers who order through our LINE account or email, which is at Jl. Bagus Rangin No. 7," Astrid explained, adding a requirement of three days’ notice for customer orders. TnC Chef Kamal's tiramisu is more than just a delicious dessert dish but also a success story amid hard times. His tiramisu dish started gaining popularity in 1997, but then the monetary crisis hit and Chef Kamal, who worked in a hotel as a pastry chef at the time, tried to join the line of street cafes that emerged in the Dago area, as a response to the crisis and a demand for new affordable eateries. To his surprise, his hotel-quality tiramisu, which sold at an affordable price, started to gain popularity. Long story short, five years later Chef Kamal decided to quit his job and started his own business called TnC (Tiramisu and Coffee) by Chef Kamal at Jl. Sawah Kurung IV No. 14. Following the trend of social media, TnC also set up an account on Twitter and Instagram, resulting in a new batch of younger customers who praised his tiramisu and proudly posted the experience online. Arromanis Armita Sunaryo had never baked a single cake in her life before. But the global trend and craving for red velvet cake in 2011 sparked her curiosity. So she Googled and YouTubed and tried out one recipe and had great luck with a result that was delicious. As a person who actually doesn't really enjoy sweet treats, Armita then developed recipes using low-fat milk and less sugar, resulting in a healthier product for everybody to enjoy but still offering some indulgence in the flavor. At first, Armita used social media to market Arromanis. From word of mouth, Arromanis became more popular so that in January 2014, Armita finally established a small shop at Jl. Wira Angun–Angun 14. The most favorite items from the Arromanis Corner Shop are the banoffee pie and matcha whoopie pie which sell around 500 pieces per month. The Wooden Spoon Founded late last year by Amy Fahmi, The Wooden Spoon (TWS) offers mouthwatering but lower-in-fat as well as halal versions of the Italian panna cottas. Amy's version of the dessert dish comes with vanilla, almond and hazelnut flavors and up to 12 choices of toppings such as latte macchiato, summer berry coulis and yoghurt, and apple sauce and cookie crumble -- all priced at Rp 165,000 (US$13.53) per half-dozen. Thanks to interesting promotion through Instagram, TWS’ business has grown quite fast in less than a year with around 800 to 1,200 cups of panna cottas sold per month. According to Amy, loyal customers from Jakarta regularly order her panna cottas and have them delivered to the capital city. Cokelatia Mila Savitri, an architect and foodie, posted on her Path account a batch of chewy green-tea cookies topped with white chocolate. She raved that the treat was superbly delicious and she was proud to be among the first customers who savored the new product from Cokelatia. But before the chewy cookies, it was Cokelatia's RockyBars that were so popular and established many loyal fans. Tia, founder of Cokelatia, the small company she runs with her sibling Poji, started out the business as a hobby. Tia blogged about her fascination for chocolate and baking cakes on her blogspot site, Cokelatia, and started to receive orders from friends and family. Among the orders, she noticed that her RockyBars -- which offer an interesting new look and taste from the usual brownies -- were really sought after. So, in 2012, Tia and her husband and Poji, founded a small business dedicated to selling their RockyBars. At first they sold RockyBars online. But several months later they started to rent a space at Jl. Raden Patah 12 in Bandung and created the RockyBars' Open Kitchen where they baked and provided a customer order pick-up point. From the original RockyBars, now Cokelatia has created many variants of RockyBars and also a new product called ChewyCookies. Actively participating in Bandung's chic culinary festivals such as Keuken, Cokelatia offers menu items such as the RockySundae, which mixes RockyBars and ice cream and always turns out to be one of the crowds' favorites.
HOW OFTEN TO BUY NEW TIRES? GUIDELINES TO REPLACE TIRES EARLY
There is no accurate way to know the life of a tire. Tire life and mileage depend on a combination of factors such as design, driver habits, climate, road conditions, and tire care. Although there are several tips that you’ll get to know about how often to buy new tires. Some milestones and tips: Keep 5 years in mind After more than 5 years of use, the tire should be thoroughly inspected by a specialist at least once a year. Up to 10 years If the tire has not been replaced within 10 years of manufacture, Michelin recommends that you replace it with a new tire as a precautionary measure. Even though they are ready for use and even the tread wear indicator does not appear to be worn. This also applies to spare tires. Proper care prolongs tire life Maintaining the correct air pressure, rotating the tires on a regular basis, and performing vehicle maintenance can extend the life of the tires. Testing Over the years, people have developed small tests that can be used to determine if a tire needs to be replaced as soon as it begins to wear. One of the most popular tests is the quarter test. With the quarter in the center of the tread (which is the thickest part of the tire), with your head facing you, the new tire should fit the quarter easily and hide the hair at the top. Of the head. You should consider changing tires as soon as your hair becomes partially visible. If you can see the top of your head, you need to change the tires immediately. In the final scenario, it's not easy to put quarters in the tread. Mileage As a general rule of thumb, tires can be used in the range of 25,000 to 50,000 miles until they need to be replaced. Please refer to the owner's manual for specific recommendations that come with your car. When it comes to changing tires, it's best to be safe and sorry. Even if you perform one or all of these tests, you should still check your tires regularly to ensure proper care. Doing so will extend the life of the tire and eliminate the need for frequent tire changes. If you still don't know the life of the tire, Action Gator Tire will provide you with the information and expertise you are looking for. You can see the warning sign and the estimated time frame when the tire needs to be changed. We recommend that you replace all four tires at once, including spare tires, and use the same brand and model for all tires. Do not postpone the acquisition of new tires New tire sets can be expensive. However, tires are the most important safety feature of a car, so do not postpone tire replacement. New tires can also make your car a more comfortable ride, and some modern brands will further improve the fuel economy of your car. Check the tread depth and date of manufacture to know when to change tires.
5 Awesome Things To Do in Rajasthan For a Fun Vacay
Rajasthan is one of the most colorful and culturally rich states in India. Also known as the Land of Maharajas, the state is a perfect mix of historically rich tradition and heritage. Whether you are an adventure enthusiast, history buff or food lover, discover the top 5 experiences you must indulge in on your trip to Rajasthan. Things To Do In Rajasthan The best Rajasthan tour packages allow you to explore the various fun activities to indulge in on your vacation! 1. Zip Lining - Include in unique adventure activities Rajasthan has plenty to offer to adventure freaks. Combining the experience of thrilling adventure and historical sightseeing, ziplining is one of the most amazing adventure activities to try in Rajasthan. In this activity, a person goes ziplining from one cliff to another. There is no better way to capture the historical beauty of this destination than to indulge in this activity. Places to try: Mehrangarh Fort, Neemrana Fort, and Kumbhalgarh Fort Time required: 3 to 4 hours Tip: Proper safety measures must be undertaken like wearing a helmet, full-body harness and following the instructions as provided by the activity guide 2. Safari tours - Go wildlife watching Rajasthan is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers. One of the state’s highlights is the beautiful wildlife and bird sanctuaries that are blessed with incredible wildlife. Some of the best ones to take in for diverse flora and fauna include Ranthambore National Park, Keoladeo National Park, and Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. With the best Rajasthan holiday packages, you can explore these parks on an organized safari tour. A safari ensures getting up close to the amazing wildlife creatures, provide maximum comfort and hell lots of excitement and fun. Tip: Wear comfortable clothes, don’t litter, avoid strong perfume 3. Shopping - Go shopping in the vibrant markets When in Rajasthan, don’t miss out on the colorful and vibrant shopping places. Every city here lets you experience the local culture. You can buy authentic and beautiful traditional items like clothes and jewelry, handmade paintings, carpets, leather goods and spices all at affordable prices. Places to explore: Johari and Bapu Bazaar in Jaipur, Clock tower Market and Nai Sadak in Jodhpur, Sadar Bazaar in Jaisalmer and Bada Bazaar in Udaipur 4. Grand forts and palaces - Admire the stunning architecture The majestic forts and palaces in Rajasthan are popular for their architectural grandeur, glorious past and impressive panoramic vista. Some of the most popular ones that you should not miss visiting on your trip include Mehrangarh Fort and Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, Jal Mahal and Hawa Mahal, Amer Fort in Jaipur, Kumbhalgarh Fort in Udaipur, Chittorgarh Fort in Chittorgarh), and Jaisalmer Fort and Patwon ki Haveliyan in Jaisalmer. 5. Rajasthani cuisine - Relish authentic cuisine A trip to the royal state is incomplete without trying the delectable cuisine. And, the best place to do that is Chokhi Dhani. This place probably needs no introduction. You can enjoy not only authentic Rajasthani cuisine here but also traditional entertainment, such as folk dances, cultural performances, puppet shows etc. The touch of warm hospitality and royal vibe make it one of the most unique places to visit in Rajasthan. If you are looking to book the best Rajasthan tour package from Pune, Delhi, Mumbai or Bangalore that provides you the chance to explore the best of the main tourist destinations in Rajasthan, look no further than the packages offered by Swan Tours. All you have to do is scroll through their website and choose from the list of packages that cover attractions of your interest or get it customized!
Kerala Tour Packages From Pune.
You can enjoy a stress-free holiday if you choose the best Kerala tour packages from Pune. This beautiful destination is known for its cozy sea shores and fresh air filled hill stations. Many tourists flock to this region every year for their vacations, and this package allows you to enjoy various activities and sights without any hassle. We have come up with some of the best Kerala tour packages from Pune for your convenience. Read on to find out more about this beautiful destination! You can explore the pristine beauty of Kerala by choosing one of the various tour packages from Pune. The first step in your trip is getting to the Ernakulam Railway Station or Kochi airport. From there, you will travel by car to Munnar, a picturesque town that is famous for its two beautiful waterfalls and lush tea plantations. The mist hovering over the mountain ranges makes this place a great destination for people who love adventure sports. A two-night tour from Pune to Munnar can be the perfect holiday. You can also spend a night at a houseboat in Alleppey. You can customize your Kerala tour packages to suit your budget and travel needs. A one-week trip can include visits to the most popular destinations in India. Alternatively, you can choose a three-day tour from Pune to explore the beauty of Kerala. Once you're there, you can rest easy knowing you have a fantastic holiday in the South of India. For a romantic weekend, consider a Kerala Honeymoon package from Pune. There's nothing like a couple massage to make your trip extra special. The stress-relieving massage is a wonderful way to relax and reconnect with your partner. It will be a memory that you'll both treasure for the rest of your lives. While you're there, be sure to take some time for a romantic massage to relax and unwind. When you decide to visit Kerala, it's best to choose a time when the weather is the most pleasant. You'll find clear skies in the winter and cool climates during this time. Then, you'll find summer in the middle of March and continue into May. In the monsoon season, the temperature can be very high, and you'll have to pack appropriately. If you're traveling from Pune, you'll need to leave the city during the early morning hours. If you're looking for a good deal, choose a tour operator that provides a range of price options. Prices vary according to the number of days, types of trips, and months you'll travel during. The price of a package depends on many factors, including the number of days you want to visit, the type of trip, and the facilities. You'll also have to think about when to book it because peak season means the demand is high and the costs are high. In terms of attractions, Kerala is a great destination for a family vacation. You'll be able to see beautiful waterfalls and religious sites. You'll also be able to spend time relaxing at the beach or in the mountains. Whatever your interests, you'll be sure to find something to enjoy. Kerala tour packages from Pune will make your holiday a dream come true. The best part is most of the destinations are only a couple of hours apart.
How To Make Mee Goreng Mamak (印度炒面), Fried Noodles with Indo-Malayan Flair
I love Indonesian food. Based on their history and interactions with the rest of Asia, the cuisine has subtle nods to Chinese, Thai, and Indian dishes, but with their own special (and usually nice and spicy) twist. Mee goreng is perhaps my favorite of the Indo-Malayan dishes. From the picture, it looks like a standard chow mein-esque stir fry, but the flavor involved is absolutely incredible and definitely sets it apart from its 'noodle cousins'. (Especially when you top it with fried onion pieces and just the right amount of sesame oil.) Mee goreng is such a popular dish that you can buy instant packages of it all over Asia. In fact, I have some friends who lived in Western Africa that enjoyed instant mee goreng as a steady staple through the week. (You can buy instant mee goreng at a majority of Asian supermarkets in America, but try this recipe for the real deal and super authentic stuff!) ------------------------------------------------------ Mee Goreng Mamak (Fried Noodles) 500 grams of yellow noodles Handfuls of beansprouts depend on liking 2 small tomatoes, quartered 2 small onions, chopped Handful of chicken breast meat, thinly sliced, or minced beef 2 eggs, lightly beaten 1 potato, boiled and cut into cubes 1 small size dry bean curd, cut into small pieces 3 tablespoons of cooking oil (I usually use soybean.) 1 tablespoons of minced green onion and garlic 2 fish cakes, sliced (optional) Handful of shrimp, de-shelled and de-veined, optional 1 green chili or Thai chili or red cut chili, optional 3 tablespoons of ketchup 3 tablespoons of chili sauce or chili paste 1 tablespoon of dark soy sauce 1 tablespoon of light soy sauce 1 teaspoon of garam masala/curry/turmeric powder, optional (but highly recommended!) For garnishing (optional): Some cucumber slices Some fresh coriander leaves or green onion Some lime or Calamansi lime (cut into half) Some deep fried shallots Some grounded peanut + sugar mixture Sesame oil 1. Assemble all the ingredients that need to chopped or sliced. In a big frying pan, sauté the onion and minced garlic until fragrant. Add in turmeric or Garam Masala (if preferred). Add the chicken breast/minced beef, stir fry for 1-2 minutes. Add the dry bean curd, fish cakes and potato cubes. 2. Add in the yellow noodles and stir fry until well mixed. If the yellow noodles is too dry, add about 1/4 cup of water. Add the tomatoes, prawns, tomato ketchup, chili sauce or paste, freshly cut green/red chili (if any). Stir fry until well combined (about 2-3 minutes). 3. Add in the beaten egg, sugar and salt to taste, followed by the beans sprout. Stir fry until the beaten eggs dries up. Off the heat and transfer to the serving plate. Top with sesame oil to taste.