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Female flight attendant suffers serious injuries after jumping from Emirates plane's emergency exit at Ugandan airport

Wednesday, 14 March 2018 0 comments

 An Emirates flight attendant has been seriously injured after she opened a plane's emergency exit and jumped out in Uganda.

It happened as the plane was preparing for passengers headed to Dubai to board at Entebbe International Airport on Wednesday afternoon, airlive.net reports.

The woman, who has not been identified, had spoken with colleagues before she jumped, witnesses said.

An Emirates flight attendant (pictured) has been seriously injured after she opened a plane's emergency exit and jumped out in Uganda

She was holding what appeared to be a glass bottle under her chin before she jumped from the Boeing 777 jet onto the tarmac.
Press release from the Civil aviation Authority in Uganda


'Her knees were shattered and her body cut with broken glass from the bottle she jumped with,' a witness said.

She was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries.

MailOnline has contacted Emirates for comment.

It happened as an Emirates flight was preparing for passengers headed to Dubai to board at Entebbe International Airport. File photo

US for a Food Delight: A culinary excavation to American

Wednesday, 5 June 2013 0 comments

US states like California, Alaska, Hawaii, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana and several others are known mostly for their awe-inspiring tourist places, commercial complexes, night life, luxurious hotels and certainly some for their pristine natural beauty. Besides all these, one of the hands-down greatest things about America is the vast diversity in the hyper-regional specialties of foods. Globetrotting around America can make you taste some finest regional delights along with some good beverages. Let us take you to an explorative culinary journey to America. EF3URPE9T6V7

Alaska – Caribou Steak: The idea of eating the meat of a caribou deer might shake you, but if you are in Alaska try caribou or reindeer burger with some freshly cooked french-fries and tomato sauce. Caribou or reindeer meat has high protein content, three times that of beef.
Alaska – Caribou Steak
California – Fruit Smoothie: When the health cultures brewed with beach culture, smoothie took birth in America in the 1970s. Smoothies are prepared by blending fruits, veggies and exotic ingredients like lemon verbena and wheatgrass together; smoothie is an ideal drink for the summer and certainly a must-taste drink in California.
California – Fruit Smoothie
Colorado – Mountain Trout: Rocky Mountain in the Western North Carolina is famous for streams, rivers and lakes, which teem with silvery trout. The 2,000 miles of streams and rivers are open to the public for fishing. Thus, if you want to taste an authentic cuisine prepared with trout, learn fly fishing, catch the silvery trout and cook yourself with the help of a local.
Colorado – Mountain Trout
Illinois – Chicago-style Hot Dog: Though no one is sure of the origin of hotdogs, Chicago claims to invent this world-famous sausage at the 1893 World’s Fair. However debated, Chicago certainly will make you taste some of the finest regional hotdog varieties.
Illinois – Chicago-style Hot Dog
Indiana – Pork Tenderloin Sandwich: Exploring the cuisine variations in Indiana, you can typically notice a mid-western influence and local people’s love for pork. While the use of pork in everyday food is quite common in Indiana, the finest expression of this love is the pork tenderloin sandwich. It is prepared from a thin slice of pork dipped in flour, eggs and breadcrumbs and then deep fried. After cooking, the prepared Pork Tenderloin is then served on a hamburger bun.
Indiana – Pork Tenderloin Sandwich
Michigan – Cherry Pie: Almost 70% of the tart cherries in the US are grown in Michigan. Traverse City, the main cherry growing region in the state of Michigan celebrates cherry festival every July. While cherries are largely used in local foods, the taste of a flakey cherry pie certainly will be the best treat for people with sweet teeth.
Michigan – Cherry Pie:
Texas – Nachos: The history of the nachos is as interesting as its taste. It is said that this famous food variety of Texas was originated by a restaurant owner. Nachos are a Tex-Mex cuisine and Texas is certainly the best place to taste this delicious item. Complete with beans, cheese, steak and guacamole, Texan Nachos are the best and certainly can turn you to a gastronome.
Texas – Nachos
Washington – Salmon: The Rivers of Washington State are filled with fat sockeye salmon, and many of these find their way to local tables. You can try buying some fresh salmon from Seattle’s fish market and try cooking it yourself. The fish tastes heavenly and you will surely love this mouth-watering delight with some fine sips of wine.
Washington – Salmon
We have presented just few of the food variations that you may get in different parts of America; if you are a foodie and love to explore the culinary delights of different regions, United States is certainly your destination for an ultimate drive to some of world’s famous food varieties.

Air Travel Tips for a Pleasant Vacation

Tuesday, 4 June 2013 8 comments

Fun, enjoyment and adventure! With the arrival of summer, people start planning for their holidays. It is the time when tour operators, hospitality groups and travel companies announce great deals to attract more and more vacationers. And if you plan your vacation few months early, you can get a cheap air ticket to and from New York or can avail good discounts on different 5 star hotel bookings. Different surveys show that most family vacationers prefer summer for their holidays. However, whether you are a family vacationer or a solo traveler, a proper planning is highly required to enjoy every moment of your vacation.

While traveling with family, it is most important to prepare your kids for the flight journey. Very often it’s been noticed that children get afraid during flight takeoff and landing time. Telling stories about flight and creating their interest towards such a journey is the best way to prevent any such situations during the trip.

With a good research over the internet, you can easily get cheap air tickets to your dream destination; but other than ticket charges, there are several other things that may make you pay a good amount of money and one such thing is the excessive luggage charges. Air carriers, especially the international ones, charge huge amount for extra luggage; thus, it is always a good idea to carry only that much luggage that you require for your trip. Moreover, it is always advisable to carry soft topped luggage, which are easy to carry and store.

Another problem that holiday travel brings with it is how to transport the gifts. It is always a good idea not to wrap the gifts, for if the Transport Security Administration (TSA) doesn’t like what they see when they scan it, they can rip off the gift wrapping to inspect it. If the gifts are not of expensive nature, consider packing them in your luggage. However, expensive items like jewelry, electronics etc. should be carried on board.

If you are traveling with your pet, you can have two options – either you can fly with your pet in the same plane which also saves cost or can choose a pet travel agent for your favorite pet. After the flight booking, it’s important to choose a right crate for the pet. You can either buy a crate or hire one from the pet travel agent or airline. Just before boarding the flight, take your pet for a long walk so that it can fell asleep during the journey.

It is important to hydrate yourself before, during and after the flight journey and this you can do by drinking plenty of water. Besides keeping the body hydrated and healthy, water has many other benefits; it minimizes the risk of stomach infection and keeps you rejuvenated throughout the trip.
Unforeseen delays are parts of flight journey, so you should always be prepare to face such situations. Bring along some healthy choice snacks to eat during the flight or to satisfy the hunger during delay hours. This not only saves money, but keeps you ready for any situation.

For the busy people, air travel is the most convenient way to get to the holiday destination. You can surely make it more enjoyable and less stressful by keeping a few common-sense tricks in mind.

San Francisco: A Jumble Collage of the Old and the New

Thursday, 30 May 2013 1 comments

Mark Twain once quoted “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco”; the city climate is indeed one of the prime reasons for San Francisco’s repute as one of the favorite most summer destinations among the globetrotters worldwide. As the summer starts knocking, people from the warm regions of the globe start planning for their San Francisco vacation. What to do or not to do is never a question here; from wanna-be rock star to rock climber, the city offers every opportunity to satisfy your appetite for an ultimate vacation experience.
Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco

Perched on a peninsula amid 43 hills, San Francisco city has a sprinkling of interesting places like ethnic enclave of Mission District, leafy parks of Presidio and Golden Gate, highly sophisticated residential areas like Nob Hills and gleaming office towers of the Financial District. Over the years, the city has witnessed the influx of Irish, Latinos, Chinese, hippies, gays and many others, who have contributed a lot to enrich the city culture and turn this American city to a melting pot of cultures, traditions, thoughts, technology and of course the culinary delicacies.

While in San Francisco, boredom is something that would never strike you. A mingled collage of conspicuous neighborhood and scenic views, hill sloped and breezy San Francisco catches the attention of those who have an eye for grand artworks, a taste for imaginative food delicacies and a passion for adventure. Often dubbed as the most refined northern sister of Los Angeles, San Francisco beautifully combines the big-city buzz with a sense of small town charm. Head towards the Fisherman’s Wharf area for spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz, or take out some time to visit Mission District, The Haight and The Castro, where much of the city’s history and culture unfurls its mystery before the tourists.

Other than tourist places, the city boasts a number of number of entertainment options. Jaw-dropping sights, cozy cafes and booming nightlife venues are the best places to vent out the day stress and enjoy some fine wine and snacks amid a fantastic ambience. You can also take a stroll along the Marina or take a walk alongside the bay to admire the stunning views of Coit Tower from Russian Hills. During the summers, Golden Gate City area witnesses a surge of tourists who head towards the place in search of sun, sand and surf.

As a major tourist destination in the US, the city streets of San Francisco remain crowded with the tourists throughout the year. While the air transportation system is well-developed in the city, it often becomes a matter of luck to get cheap flight tickets to San Francisco. However, a good research over the internet can help you find low-cost airline deals and turn your holiday moments more enjoyable for you.

A Handy Guide to New York City

Monday, 6 May 2013 2 comments

The most populous city in the United States, New York presents a heady mix of culture, color, language, religion and lifestyle. While a large part of the city population belongs to the bourgeoisie class, there is no dearth of millionaires and multi-millionaires too. The city lies at the Houston River basin, which is a part of the Mid-Atlantic region of the US. Being a center for media, culture, food, fashion, art, research, finance and trade, the city attracts millions of tourists every year both from within the United States and rest of the world.

The city is served by multiple airports among which John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport are the two most popular. While regular national and international flights from New York connect it to the rest of the world, getting a cheap air ticket to the city becomes a matter of luck for most travelers. However, a good researched over the internet can help you find low-cost flights to and from New York City.

Climate
Both southwest and northwest air masses impact the city climate, which is humid subtropical. The winters are long and cold, and the mercury scale often drops below −13 °F (−25 °C) during this time. However, the summers are moderate with a temperature ranging between 25 and 30 °C.

Quick Facts


Country: United States of America
Area: 468.5 sq mi (1,213 km2)
Population: 8,336,697 (2012)
Currency: US Dollar (USD)
Language: English
Time Zone: Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)

The city offers a never-ending list of tourist attractions and things to do; thus it often becomes a daunting task for most visitors to prepare a sightseeing itinerary, especially those with only a few short days in hand. It is a huge city with every corner presenting new flavors of life.

Statue of Liberty: A gift from the French Government on the 100th anniversary of America’s independence, the Statue of Liberty is of a robed female figure that represents the roman Goddess of Freedom, Libertas. A ferry ride from the city takes you to this signature monument that attracts millions of tourists every year. The site is presently closed for renovation purposes; however, the Interior Department announces Statue of Liberty to reopen by July 4, 2013.

Times Square: The most bustling square of the city, the Times Square is most popular for its Broadway theaters, cinemas and electronic billboards. A visit to this place will make you realize that life never sleeps here. It's been filmed many a times in different Hollywood movies. Today, Time Square houses MTV’s headquarter and the famous iconic Paramount Building. It is the site of the annual New Year’s Eve ball drop; every year on 31st December, people from the city and outside gather at Times Square to welcome the New Year.

Central Park: Situated at the heart of Manhattan in New York City, the Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States. The park has many attractions including lakes, extensive walking tracks, two ice-skating rinks, the Zoo, Conservatory Garden, wildlife sanctuary, natural woods, 106-acre billion-gallon reservoir and an outdoor amphitheater. For family vacationers, it is an ideal place to have some fun amid pristine nature.

Brooklyn Bridge: One of the most famous and magnificent sites in the New York City is the Brooklyn Bridge, which was world’s longest suspension bridge until 1903. The bridge links Manhattan with the city’s most populous area, Brooklyn. This beautiful bridge has played the backdrop for many romantic shots in Hollywood movies.

Fifth Avenue: Most travelers visit New York to fulfill their shopping appetite. If you are among them, don’t miss to visit Fifth Avenue, the city’s unrivaled shopping street. In this glitzy shopping center one will find almost any upscale retailer’s store. However, apart from shopping arcades, Fifth Avenue houses a large number of interesting museums.

Spending a vacation in this utterly glamorous city is a fun as well as makes you cherish a lifetime experience. From celebrities to street vendors, the city has place for everyone. If you also wish to be a part of its lifestyle, book your flight ticket to New York well in advance to avoid last-minute rush and if you are lucky enough you might get a good deal on your low-cost flights to and from New York.

Off the Beaten Track: 5 amazing destinations to explore in 2013

Tuesday, 23 April 2013 0 comments


The world might have remained a mystery book till today if people like Christopher Columbus, Vasco Da Gama, Ibn Battuta, Marco Polo and James Cook were not born. These great explorers not only discovered many new continents, routes and places, but unveiled the diverse cultural groups that together form the entire humanity. In this globalized world, technology has enabled us to travel beyond time and space, but still there are people who love new challenges and thus sets on for expeditions every time they get a chance. Places like Mexico, Italy, Maldives, Sydney, Mauritius, Rajasthan, Kerala and the like have already placed themselves high in the travelers’ list of destinations; so, there must be something new for the year 2013. Browse through the list below to find out some of the adventurous yet off the beaten places on the face of earth to explore in 2013.


  1. Machu Picchu, Peru: In the southern region of America lies the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Machu Picchu; located 2, 430 meters above the sea level, Machu Picchu talks of a history that goes back to the 15th century AD. Placed above Urubamba Valley in Peru, the site is surrounded by the awe-inspiring picturesque beauty of the virgin mountains. Every year adventure enthusiasts from across the globe head to Machu Picchu to enjoy trekking in Inca Trails. Peru has well-developed air transportation system that connects this part of America to a number of major destinations including Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Rome, London, the US and Canada.
  2. Tasmania, Australia: While Australia is counted among one of the most sought after tourist places in the world, Tasmania remains an uncrowded and unspoiled piece of the Australian territory. For nature addicts, Tasmania is nothing but a paradise. Here, the green fields pave the way for the gargling river, the clouds float on the blue sky like cotton balls and the golden rays of the sun spread its magic rays during the dawn and dusk. While almost all the famous beaches of the world remains crowded during the tourist season, Tasmanian coast is all for you – quiet, empty and with abundant of nature.
  3. Senegal, Africa: Framed between the arid deserts and tropical forests, the African country of Senegal boasts of a stunning array of sights, sounds and flavors. The relentlessness of the city life keeps beating with its busy streets, crowded markets and dazzling nightlife. Whether you want to experience the heart beat of modern Africa or want to be alone with your thoughts and sounds of nature, Senegal is one of the finest places to be in. The far-stretching white sandy beaches invite swimming and sunbathing all year-round. A lazy day on the beach of Senegal can be followed by a dazzling night at clubs or if you find comfort in loneliness, head to the coast’s charming fishing village where the colorful wooden pirogues dot the shoreline. Senegal is well-connected to the rest of the world via air transportation. It takes around 7 hours from Europe and approximately 9 hours from New York to reach Senegal by airway.
  4. Paraguay, South America: If you don’t want to follow the guidebook path of tourist-invaded South America, plan for a visit to Paraguay, a country famous for its on-your-face contrasts. There you can see the rustic as well as the sophisticated, the extremely poor and the obscenely wealthy at the same time. While in Paraguay, you can discover wild nature, the UNESCO World Heritage of Trinidad, splendid Rio Paraguay, and surrealistic Filadelfia among other fabulous tourist attractions. The works of artists and craftsman haven’t lost their charm amid the glitzy of Paraguay’s shopping arcades and night clubs. If you have a plan to visit this secluded region in your next holiday, book your flight tickets well in advance to avoid last-minute rush. Silvio Pettirossi International Airport is the main air terminal in Paraguay that operates regular flights to major destinations of the world.
  5. The Narrows, USA: If you want to experience spine shivering thrill and adventure, The Narrows in Zion National Park, USA, is a must visit destination for you. Journeying through the dramatic canyons carved over centuries by the Virgin River has an ecstasy of its own and is sure to bring shivers down to your spine. As the river paves the route, you may need to cross half of the hike by wading and swimming. While it’s an extremely adventurous trail, it also demands high physical fitness from the part of the hikers. June to September is the ideal time to plan a visit in this majestic place.


There are bundles of such destinations across different regions of the world, which are yet to be explored. The world is a mystery casket with numerous key holes; you just need to be enthusiastic enough to find the right key to fit in a hole.

 
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