India is the holy land of spices that have influenced travelers across the world to start a spice trade. Its culinary history and offerings have always found a place in the hearts of food lovers across the world. Here are the reasons for the diners at the best Dining Indian Restaurant in Wollongong for opting Indian food: Diverse Traditions from Various Regions: If you check out Indian cuisine, you will see many dishes based on their regional roots. Their ingredients and style of cooking signify each culture and tradition. Healthy Ingredients and Cooking Methods: You will also find the health quotient of ingredients used in Indian dishes. They even use healthy cooking methods like grilling and steaming to make the dish more healthy for consumption. Asees Indian Restaurant | Best Birthday Party Hall in Wollongong 52/54 Crown St, Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia 0242250481 Website : https://asees.com.au/
The Brief Story of Eternity Arthur Stace was not a man that you would have spent your hard-earned money betting on to become a celebrity. Born to alcoholic parents in Sydney in 1885, he lived in grinding poverty. That led to stealing bread and milk and searching for scraps of food in bins. As a teenager, he became an alcoholic, was sent to jail at 15 and, in his twenties, he was a scout for his sisters' brothels. Arthur was 45 when he entered a church one day, probably to get out of the rain and hoping for a handout. The sermon concerned eternity. And, for reasons he could never explain, he immediately gave up alcohol and became obsessed with that word - eternity. Despite the fact that he was illiterate and could hardly write his own name legibly, for the next 35 years he inscribed the word ‘Eternity' on footpaths and doorsteps in and around Sydney. He always wrote in immaculate copperplate and used yellow chalk and it's estimated he did this half a million times. Along the way, he achieved world-wide fame as ‘Mr. Eternity', before his death in 1967 at the age of 83. Only one original still exists, inside the bell of the Sydney General Post Office clock tower, which was brought out of storage in the 1960's. It had been sealed up for 20 years and no-one knows how Arthur had been able to get to it. He inspired many artists (including Banksy) and writers, spawned an opera and even a film by Julien Temple, the video chronicler of the Sex Pistols and The Kinks. In 2000, the Sydney Harbour Bridge was lit up with the word "Eternity" as part of the celebrations for the beginning of the year 2000, as well as being part of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony, in celebration of a man who became eternal though the use of one word.