One thing that has made social media and communication in general more exciting is the level of improvement that has been made in the areas of audio fidelity and video resolution. Even with regular smartphones, the video and audio quality of media recorded with these devices is much higher than what was previously possible with devices formerly known as “professional” equipment.
Your wedding is the most special day of your life. You need to have a lot of fun and experience all the joy that radiates from your soon-to-be spouse as well as the guests invited. All eyes will be pointing at you. It will be an experience that can hardly happen again.
For those looking for a “well-rounded” tourist destination, one of the best places to visit is Perth. Western Australia’s capital city is full of attractions centering on arts, culture, science, along with historic sites and culturally significant landmarks. There’s also a wealth of nature and wildlife attractions in the city. If you’re more of a fan of the latter, you can check out the following tours and destinations that will make you appreciate Perth’s wealth of natural wonders.
For me, nothing is as awesome as traveling the world. From the unique cultures to the food varieties to the ever-changing natural world, when I find myself in a new place, I revel in it. I get into the culture by staying with locals, often by way of couchsurfing, or by simply planning a meet up with a one-on-one tour of the place with others in like fields of work or with like interests. I try and fully explore the local culinary styles whenever I get the chance, starting first with my hosts and then I wander and stop whenever something catches my eye (or nose, rather).
Traveling in and of itself is amazing.
You get to experience new things, places, people, and culture. You see sights you only thought existed on the travel channel.
You’re in awe with every new experience. Every new happening. It’s all new. All exciting. Endorphins firing on all cylinders.
You come home from your first trip and your energy is palpable. You’re ready and willing to do it all again. And soon!
So you do. You save up and plan out another adventure on the road. Again, and again. It’s amazing being able to have such incredible experiences.
Until one day…
Although incense has had a long history within many cultures throughout the world, each society has had it's own unique take on the ancient tradition.
Vietnam is no different, and they have many of their own traditions regarding incense.
Incense, known as either “Hương” or “Nhang” in Vietnam, is an integral part of the Vietnamese identity and you will find it burning everywhere, from pagodas, to storefronts, private houses, and even on the streets. It is also commonly burned as a religious offering.
In addition to everyday use, there are also many festivals in Vietnam where incense is often burned. These festivals are important to the Vietnamese people and I would like to share a bit about them.
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