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Tips and Tricks to Learning European Portuguese

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Learning Portuguese, or most foreign languages for that matter, is not the easiest task that one can embark on. There are several challenges, but with the right information and a little dedication, you can learn the language of Portugal. Spelling and Pronunciation The first tip to learning Por Read More

Istanbul, Turkey: Facts, Travel, and Points of Interest

Written by Kanchana Rao
If traveling many centuries back in time is on your agenda, then Istanbul is just the place for you. Being more than 2500 years old, the name of this city was changed twice; from Byzantium to Constantinople to the current Istanbul. Set across the Bosphorus Strait, Istanbul was a much-coveted city th Read More

The Big Trees of Yosemite

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Between the heavy pine and silver fir zones towers the Big Tree (Sequoia gigantea), the king of all the conifers in the world, "the noblest of the noble race." The groves nearest Yosemite Valley are about twenty miles to the westward and southward and are called the Tuolumne, Merced and Ma Read More

How to Shoot Great Panoramic Photos

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Shooting an excellent panoramic photo will depend largely on location. But even if you are not in a scenic place like London or Dubai, there are several things you can do to end up with far superior final images that you can stitch together for a perfect panorama. Here are some tips from Red & G Read More

Lisbon's Impressive Jerónimos Monastery (Mosteiro dos Jeronimos), Facts

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Jerónimos Monastery (Mosteiro dos Jerónimos) is one of the most impressive examples of wealth and power that Portugal had during the Age of Discovery. It is one of the best examples of European Gothic architecture in the whole of Portugal. Located in Lisbon, the Mostei Read More

Kalpa: A Mystical Village In the Himalayan Mountains

Written by saptami
The season ‘Fall’ is always related to the creation of a barren earth. Yet, there is one place among the Himalayan hills, which is most fertile around the time of the fall. The color of Autumn in the small Himalayan hamlet Kalpa is red, green and gold, the color of its giant-sized apples Read More

Cultivating New Life Stories

Written by Hanan Essam
I was always looking for new stories. Stories that never end. Stories that would allow healthy vines to grow beautifully into the garden of my life, and fulfill my endless dreams. Stories that could replenish my soul to overcome the gaps of the noisy weeds which cause to linger the movements of my l Read More

Ray of Hope for Livestock Farmers in the Arid and Semi-Arid Regions

Ray of Hope for Livestock Farming in the Arid and Semi-Arid Regions Narok Governor Samuel Ole Tunai’s idea of reviving the Livestock Show and Auction in the largely pastoralists community is a great idea that will open doors of opportunities to the locals and investors. The show, which was Read More

Will Online Writing Bring Enough To Live?

Well-written, informative and thoughtful articles are the ones that decide the future of a writer’s career. Writers, who are loved by readers for their style of writing and also for the interesting things they generally write about, are eagerly sought after by publishers and their commissi Read More

Tips for Honing Your Writing Skills

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Producing great writing requires that you polish your writing skills. This cannot happen by just sitting and imagining your writing flaws and promising to fix them. Here are a few tips to help you hone your writing skills.  1. Be a frequent reader There’s power in becoming a habitua Read More

Life, Liberty and Personal Security in Peru

Written by Courtney Joshua
Week Two: Addresses how the rights to life, liberty, and personal security are being violated increasingly over the year’s in Peru since the armed conflict that ended in 2000. It analyzes how police brutality has been at the forefront of this issue and touches on ways in which human rights Read More

Is The Magnesium Helpful For The Anxiety?

Written by Salt Laboratory
Yeah…. Just came from the work at the home and still not going over back from the last moment trip or I can say anxiety is in your mind….  and I wish anyone just my muscle with the massage and give me the relax. Is this scenario of you every day?  If the answer is YES then &h Read More