Moroccan cuisine

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  • Morocco, An Agriculture And Industry Country

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    total area of 172,410 square kilometres which is 2/3 as large as New Zealand. It has the gross population of 33,220,000 by the end of 2013. The largest city of Morocco is Casablanca which is located along the coast. Casablanca is actually a popular Moroccan food chain in Auckland. The most successful one is located in Orewa. Morocco has a history of independence not shared by its neighbours. It was crowded with merchants and businessmen. Nowadays, Morocco is still one of the economic centres and it

  • The English Language

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    There are thousands of diverse cultures around the globe that offer an abundance of valuable knowledge. One of the better approaches to studying their ways of life is through their languages. People often fail to realize just how embedded a culture is within its language. After my mother remarried, I was introduced to an entirely new world where my dad came from a small country named Morocco, located at the northeastern tip of Africa, and spoke a strange form of Arabic. I have always been fascinated

  • How My Trip to Tunisia Changed My Life

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    It’s funny, how we humans try to prepare ourselves mentally for a monumental moment in our life, we envision the moment a million times genuinely believing that, that’s the way it will occur, and then when we truly think we’ve actually succeeded at it, the life-altering moment comes and you realize that no amount of preparation could have prepared us for it, The moment when your dream becomes a reality. The feeling is indescribable; it sweeps you off your feet and knocks the wind out of you. You

  • Americanisation is tough on 'Macho'o'0

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    English 101...129 10/06/13 Americanization Is Tough on “Macho” There are different countries and cultures in the world. Sometimes when Americans view other cultures’ values the actual truth becomes distorted. In her article “Americanization is tough on the Macho,” Rose Del Castillo Guilbault examines the concept of macho from both the Hispanics and Americans perspective. The Hispanic view of macho embodies a man described by Guilbault as manly, responsible, hardworking, a patriarch

  • Stay Fit While Travelling Essay

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    so you don't get tempted to try local cuisines. Your vacation doesn't have to be like that. Why not mix traveling and staying fit to enjoy double rewards and benefits? Top 10 Tips to Stay Lean While Traveling 1. moderation Most people's goals when

  • My Passion For Cooking Essay

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    I’ve always had a passion for cooking. When I was a little girl I loved to cook and enjoyed learning about all sort of cuisines. Today, I am still in the kitchen and every chance I get, I cook. Some days it isn’t even fancy or a hard recipe. Some days it’s a classic, but something that I’ve created. Cooking is my time to be me. It’s the “art form” I pride myself at being good at and I don’t have to try (unlike drawing…not so good at that!). Like a child getting a new toy, I get excited when I discover

  • My Experience Of My Family

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    friends from different cultural backgrounds, and the neighborhood I lived in was a melting pot of families from all over the globe. Among them Kimmie Chang, Gabby Martinez, Bella D'Amato, and Logan O'Neill. The air always smelt of delicious ethnic cuisines, and all of the languages were interesting to listen to. The best part was that each family had children close to my age so I was always experiencing a different lifestyle. Feeling so popular among the community, I was invited to dinner at all of

  • Fashion Food In Fashion

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    of the largest and fastest growing cities in Northern India with a population of 2.81 million people belonging to different cultures and religions. People from various regions have migrated to this big city with the dream of a better life. The cuisine of Lucknow is a reflection of this. There is 100% no doubt that there is no match to the ‘Kababs’ and ‘Mutton Biryani’ of ‘Tunday Kababi’ or the ‘Chai and Samosas of Sharma Tea Stall’ . But for the past decade this City has seen growth of some innovative

  • Why Is Hotel Equatorial Malacca

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    award winning shopping complex - Mahkota Parade and Dataran Pahlawan. Malacca is a state rich in history, culture, heritage and tradition. Boasting famous historical sites, which date back to the 1500s, Malacca is a potpourri of unique cultures and cuisines. By visiting Malacca and staying in the Hotel bring us the appeal of historical Malacca with modern day conveniences, this 5-star 22-storey international business hotel features luxuriously furnished rooms with each room offering a generous view

  • Advantages And Differences Of Backpackers

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    Backpackers will usually choose budget accommodations during their trip. The budget accommodations that commonly used by backpackers are such as hostels, guest houses and homes of friends and relatives, however backpackers do also stayed in hotels, bed & breakfasts, and campervans (Richards and Wilson, 2004). The choice of accommodation has a slightly difference between Westerners and Asians. This might be caused of the Western travellers usually plan the trip alone however friends are the main external