Karangahape Road: One of Auckland’s Most Interesting Streets

By Phin Upham Deep in the Auckland Central Business District is a road with an intriguing history. The original strip of land that Karangahape Road sits upon was part of a 3000 acre parcel that the native inhabitants sold to the government. It didn’t become an official part of Auckland until 1882. The early 1900s were a busy time for K-street. A host of clothing shops opened up on the block, competing with department stores and major retailers. All were vying for the middle class manufacturing money that was

Travel cushions and pillows

Written by The Foam Factory

If you are seeking comfort during a long haul flight, this might require some preparation. It might be to your advantage if you have already flown with the same airline. It would thus be easy for you to plan ahead and know about the precautions to take to avoid any discomfort that you might have experienced on previous flights.

There are several steps that you might take in order to guarantee your comfort during a flight. The most basic ones

Top Food Markets in The World

Visiting markets is one of the best ways to meet with local people and to experience local food and season produces at cheap prices. Some of these markets are sometimes refined, scruffy, orderly or chaotic. The list below might help you find some of the best food markets in the world.

Union Square Greenmarket, New York City

In the 1970s, the Union Square was a hangout place for Manhattan junkies. In 1976, Barry Benepe founded a farmers market which helped farmers of the Hudson