Saurabh Banerjee

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Next gen NoSQL: The demise of eventual consistency?

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The world's best secret islands

Looking for a romantic spot that's (almost) all yours? Here’s a list from our brand new <i>Best in Travel 2011</i> guide to reignite your love affair with desert islands, with picks from across the globe.<p>1. Torres Strait Islands, Australia<p><i>Image by Killer White Fluff</i><p>As far as you can go in Oz without …

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How to uncover closed-door restaurants when travelling

It’s like a dinner party with strangers. Closed-door restaurants, also known as underground restaurants or supper clubs, are private eateries tucked away in a chef’s home. And though they’re not widely advertised, they are often some of the most sought-after tables in town.<p>For travellers, these …

Buenos Aires

Chocolate Buttercream Frosting

This recipe, from the How Sweet It Is bakery in New York City, is used to make delicious .

The Netherlands by bike and barge

For all the colours and forms, and the brilliant millions of petals and leaves in their kaleidoscopic arrangements at Keukenhof, what really knocks me out is the perfume. I am not so much tiptoeing through the tulips as tottering, in a daze of pleasure, along these gardens’ 10 miles of …

Eastern Mediterranean cruise: a voyage to thrill (and bemuse) Aristotle

What was this? Sunshine? After the dank English summer, the sultry Greek weather felt like a benediction. As our taxi deposited us in Piraeus, the port of Athens, we blinked up at the sun which, even at 5pm, beamed fiercely from a cloudless sky.<p>The Greek economy may have been in crisis, but the …

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