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176. Ski Holiday Cheat Sheet: Get to Know Tignes
September 16, 2020


When you’re planning a ski holiday, the first task is to decide exactly where you should go. In Europe we’re spoiled for choice when it comes to superb snow conditions and top-class resorts with chalet accommodation, so it certainly isn’t an easy decision. If France is on your radar (and it really should be) for your winter escape in a catered chalet, Tignes is definitely an option to consider. Knowing the basic ins and outs of a resort is always a good idea before you book a catered chalet. Tignes has plenty going for it so prepare to be tempted! The Resort The resort is a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

177. What to Do When You’re Off the Slopes in Tignes
September 16, 2020


With its accessibility, altitude, great accommodation and fabulous 300km of pistes networked with neighbouring Val d’Isere, Tignes is one of the most popular and snow sure ski resorts in Europe. If you’re planning a ski holiday in a catered chalet, Tignes should be right at the top of your considerations. But what makes a ski resort a great one goes beyond even those factors mentioned above. Because while naturally we’re there for skiing, there’s got to be enough to keep all members of your group (be they family or friends) happy and entertained. What to Do in Tignes When You’re... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

178. What’s On Offer for a Ski Holiday in Val Thorens?
September 16, 2020


Looking forward to your next ski holiday? Well, if you’ve chosen the fabulous resort of Val Thorens, in France’s Three Valleys, you certainly should be! As the highest resort in Europe, sitting at 2,300m, and with access to the entire 600km Three Valleys ski network, the opportunities on the slopes are nothing short of magnificent. In addition, when it comes to booking a catered chalet, Val Thorens has some absolutely superb choices for all budgets and group sizes. There’s no doubt that the resort has its skiing and accommodation aspects covered admirably, but it also shines in term... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

179. Extension of Annual General Meeting
September 03, 2020


Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the ministry of corporate affairs reduce the company compliance burden on the corporate sector with partial opening up the industry, MCA has received several representations to allow companies to Extension of AGM (Annual General Meeting) date for the financial year. In this article, we discuss the extension of the AGM date and its key aspects. Know About AGM An annual general meeting (AGM) is a yearly meeting between the shareholders of a company and its board of directors. Usually, this is the only time that the directors and shareholders will meet t... (read more)

Author: Anjali Devri

180. Canadian Restaurant Tahini’s Goes All-In With Bitcoin
August 26, 2020


Tahini’s Restaurants is an Ontario-based group of Middle Eastern eateries. They claim to be the world’s best Middle Eastern food chain. They’ve also raised some concerns when announcing on Twitter that they converted their entire cash reserve to Bitcoin. Covid-19 Financial Strain During the financial crash of March 2020, Tahini’s struggled along with everyone else. While the market was plummeting, restauranteurs were feeling the additional hit of being forced to close entirely until the crisis was resolved. As time moved on and restrictions were eased, they also struggled to get thei... (read more)

Author: Ayelen Osorio

181. Best Experiences In Nepal | Trekking For Adventure
August 22, 2020


Nepal is very rich in fauna and flora. Nepal is the realm of Himalaya and mother nature has blessed the land with an abundant variety of flora and fauna. Additionally, this property of mountains makes Nepal one of the favored destinations to delight in adventure gaming.Everest Base Camp Tour can take the tourists into the center of the Khumbu area of the Himalayas and they may enjoy breathtaking views of different beautiful mountains of the world. Mera Peak Climbing & Amphulapche-Pass trek is one of the most challenging and highest trekking peaks in Nepal. It is a physically demanding trek wit... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

182. Five Very Good Reasons to Consider Barge Trips in France
August 22, 2020


Barge trips in France are a completely different type of holiday. They offer luxury alongside the opportunity to take in the rustic and authentic charm of the French countryside. They provide something for every member of the family and are a great way of coming together in a relaxing and enjoyable environment. Whether you’ve been on one in the past, or if you’re new to barge trips in France, the scenic waterways will leave you yearning to come again next year. Although the reasons to sing their praises are many, here are five things that make these vacations so remarkable. Travel i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

183. Indulge in Pastry Heaven on Barge Trips in France
August 22, 2020


One of the finest ways to explore all things French is on the waterways, on one of the many stunning barge trips. In France, of course, perhaps the thing to check out first is the pastry and desserts that Britain’s neighbour is so famous for. Choosing barge trips in France as a way to explore this wonderful place will not disappoint, and below are some of the must-try pastry specialities you are sure to be sampling along your way. Kouign Amann Originating in the north of the country, these are similar to croissants but sweeter and crunchier. It’s a really unusual but completely ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

184. Valuable Packing Tips for Barge Trips in France
August 22, 2020


Whether you’re new to them or you’ve been on dozens of barge trips in France, there’s no feeling quite like that excitement as you begin to prepare for the trip. There is only one exception to that: packing! Even if you’re a seasoned voyager on the waterways, it can still be quite a headache deciding what needs to come with you and what can be safely left at home. Below are a few great tips to make packing for your future barge trips in France as simple and easy as a cruise down the river. Shoes, Shoes, Shoes This isn’t about those formal dress shoes that you’ve been looking for... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

185. Barge Trips in France Along the Canal du Midi: The Cultural Highlights
August 22, 2020


There are so many wonderful things to see and do across Europe that it can be hard finding a way to accommodate a real eclectic mix of all the highlights that the continent has to offer. Perhaps one of the very best ways to see a country and get a real feel for it is by travelling on water, for example on one of the tour operated barge trips. In France, especially, these adventures on the waterways are a fantastic way to take in the attractions of both the countryside and the cities. For those looking at barge trips in France, the Canal du Midi is more than 120 miles of stunning scenery ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

186. What you Might Not Learn on a Wine Tasting Tour: Best Food Pairings for Chianti Wine
August 18, 2020


Whether you’re a wine aficionado or not, chances are you will have sampled the world- famous Chianti at some point. Either on a wine tasting tour, in a restaurant or the comfort of your own home, this renowned tipple is loved the world over. It’s a brilliant red that really excels when experienced as part of a meal; the only problem is deciding what is the best food to pair it with! Many people say that the wines of Italy pair best with the food of their region, and it’s well known that Tuscany has some of the finest food in the world. But there are also some other pairings with Chi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

187. Discover Vin Santo on a Wine Tasting Tour: An Interesting Tuscan Dessert Wine
August 18, 2020


Everybody who has ever been on a wine tasting tour of the Chianti region in Tuscany knows just how the world-famous bottles live up to expectations. One that many people might not know about, however, is the delectable Vin Santo, a dessert wine made here that is delicious, sweet and as complex as anything else made in the area. If you want to try it the local way, you’ll want to seek out a glass or two and enjoy it with a traditional biscotti. To really get to know the drink, here are some useful and interesting facts about it. The History The legend of its name dates back ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

188. A 4-Wheel Chianti Tour from Florence: The Perfect Way to Discover Tuscany
August 18, 2020


There are few places as captivating as the Italian countryside, with Tuscany and the surrounding area offering spectacular scenery, fantastic towns and cities, and as much entertainment and satisfying food as you could ask for. Driving the area makes for a rich and rewarding experience and taking a Chianti tour from Florence is a great way to experience the rolling hills and scenery in a more relaxed atmosphere than the rest of the country. There’s plenty to see and do, but one day should be enough for a Chianti tour. From Florence you can head out on the SS222 and then come back to the ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

189. Number of Crypto ATMs to Hit 9000 Worldwide
August 11, 2020


There are now 8948 crypto and Bitcoin ATMs worldwide, with Canada hosting the second highest number of any country after the U.S. Canadians can now buy crypto from 819 locations across the country. The number of these machines has exploded worldwide since Netcoins’ president, Mitchell Demeter, helped install the first ever Bitcoin ATM in Vancouver in 2013. There are now crypto ATMs in 71 countries with 544 new ones installed in July alone. What are Bitcoin ATMs? Bitcoin ATMs differ from regular ATMs in that they do not allow you to withdraw cash unless you have that amount in your di... (read more)

Author: Ayelen Osorio

190. 20 Best Cryptocurrencies in 2020
August 10, 2020


2020 kicked off radically different than everyone expected due to COVID-19. The whole economic system came crashing down and no sector – whether it be healthcare, retail or financial – was safe from the downturn effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Consequently, many people lost their jobs and found themselves in complete financial turmoil. That’s because our economy has been propped up for decades by a deceptively frail currency system. One that isn’t sustainable in the best of times, let alone during a pandemic. For many people, the coronavirus is making them question why the mo... (read more)

Author: Ayelen Osorio

191. Top Popular Treks In Nepal | Langtang Trek
July 29, 2020


Langtang Trek Langtang Trek begins from Syaburbesi and finishes here too. It takes around 8 or 7 days to finish this trek. You are able to choose another trekking route from Dhunche, which comes before Syabrubesi on a bus journey from Kathmandu, through Gosainkunda and combine the Helambu trek at Tharepati. This alternate trek takes five days to finish. Or you may just take the conclusion to Gosainkunda from Dhunche, which takes approximately 4 days. The highest elevation attained from the primary Langtang trek is 3870 meters. The ideal time to trek in the Langtang area is October to May. The... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

192. A French Canal Holiday – It’s a Family Affair!
July 28, 2020


The food, the art, the architecture, the wine, the scenery: there’s nothing quite like the culture and the customs of the French. Canal holidays offer a wonderful way to see this remarkable country while enjoying a unique and relaxing environment. It’s slower than most trips, allowing you to take your time, see the sights that really appeal to you and, floating along the waterways, relax like you’ll never have relaxed before! French canal holidays are also a brilliant way to ensure that every member of the family gets something out of the trip. It is one of the few modes of travel th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

193. Discover the Charm, Character and Champagne of Reims
July 28, 2020


The gothic splendour of Reims has charmed people for hundreds of years, and tourists flock to this glittering capital of the Champagne region time after time for its culture, art, architecture and, of course, its wine. For those on a French canal holiday, a stop in this city can be a wonderful way to spend a day, with its fantastic restaurants and stunning sights offering a combination of experiences that few European cities can match. Of course, one of the major attractions of this part of the country is its champagne, and you will not be disappointed sampling this wonderful drink i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

194. Gems of the Loire Valley – The Pottery of Gien
July 28, 2020


For millennia, the River Cher in the Loire valley has carried passengers and cargo along its waterways. The beauty of the route makes it an obvious choice for French canal holidays, and those who embark on the voyage are seldom disappointed with the culture, spectacular scenery and wonderful towns and villages along the route; a route that stretches out to the Atlantic. One of the many delightful towns on the waterway through the Loire is Gien. With a rich historical culture, architecture and vibrancy, this beautiful spot is distinctly French. Canal holidays that take in this wonder... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

195. Is Gold Really Safe In Times of Crisis?
July 22, 2020


For many years, gold has been considered a “safe haven asset.” Which means investors rush to buy gold in times of uncertainty in order to protect their wealth. But in the past few months, COVID-19 has driven unusual behaviours and movements in gold prices. In this blog post we explore the limitations of gold as a storage of value – especially during difficult times like a global pandemic. We ask ourselves: is gold really safe in times of crisis? And what can money or Bitcoin offer in these times of uncertainty? Let’s begin to answer the question by taking a look at what’s been goin... (read more)

Author: Ayelen Osorio

196. Part 2: How Banks Make Money
July 22, 2020


In “Part 1: How Banks Make Money” we talked about how banks profit by operating under the “Fractional Lending” game. In other words, banks “take the money that you deposit and miraculously turn it into 5 or 10 times more in order to lend this extra money to other people that might need loans. Then, they make interest on every dollar that you deposited AND every dollar that they created from the magic scanner. In this way, banks are making revenue from two sources.” Maybe you’re thinking “Alright, banks lend out my money to people that need it. It’s these people that will pay interes... (read more)

Author: Ayelen Osorio

197. Part 1: How Do Banks Make Money?
July 22, 2020


In 2017, banks made over 100 billion dollars just from credit card interest payments alone – essentially making this revenue by lending money to you and I. But this lending system is arguably making people poorer, while making banks richer, highlighting one of the pitfalls of our current financial system. In this 2-part series, we’ll talk about how banks make money and explore an alternative solution to our money system. One that empowers the masses, not just the banks. How Banks Make Profit Let’s assume you are a teacher and you made $1,000 in your last pay cheque. You deposit this ... (read more)

Author: Ayelen Osorio

198. Day In Nature | Shivapuri Day Hike
July 21, 2020


Appropriate for anyone with limited time, this increase to Shivapuri national park is an ideal escape to experience the character in its finest for anyone. This walk gives one with pristine character surrounded by its own soothing aroma and calmness which will be quite healing from the torture and torn of contemporary life. One day hike to Shivapuri can be the best option to spend time on nature. On a transparent day, the mountain perspectives from the north and west bird's eye view of Kathmandu valley in the summit is very astounding. Nepal is quite full of natural sources. Nepal is quite fu... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

199. What Is The "Bitcoin Halving?"
July 21, 2020


The Bitcoin halving (or “halvening”) happened on May 11, 2020. It happens every four years (or every 210,000 blocks of transactions to be precise) and essentially does what the name suggests – it cuts the amount of bitcoins issued every 10 minutes by half. Bitcoins are generated by a process called “mining,” which we’ll cover a little later, but for now all you need to know is that miners process transactions and secure bitcoin’s network by solving a complicated computational (math) problem. In exchange for this work, they get rewarded with new bitcoins. Related: What Has Happened ... (read more)

Author: Ayelen Osorio

200. 10 Best Canadian Crypto Exchanges 2020
July 21, 2020


It can take a lot of research, time and effort to find the right crypto exchange for you. If you’re new to cryptocurrency trading, you’ll notice that there are a lot of exchanges out there. There are a number of Bitcoin merchants in Canada to choose from. Where do you even start? Who can you really trust? It’s difficult to know the right answer. And it can be a very frustrating experience. To help narrow down your options, we’ve taken a look at 10 highly beloved cryptocurrency exchanges in Canada. This isn’t a complete list of all exchanges in Canada by any means, and they are not i... (read more)

Author: Ayelen Osorio



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