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    Walking down the Streets of Hoi An


    Hoi An, the historic city, is recognized as an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. The architectural designs and streets of Hoi An reflect influences of both foreign and indidenous cultures. This unique blend is the reason why UNESCO …

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    Travel: My Knight in Shining Armour

    “We all struggle. Whether it be mental illness, losing a loved one, an obstacle at work or simply a run of bad luck. We’ve all been there. “   Traveling helps you overcome any disease if not can at least reduces the pain or inspires to live in peace. This…
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    How To Spend 7 Days In Sri Lanka


    It has become a tradition in India, newly wedded couples are bound to discuss their honeymoon plans with everyone. Discarding the suggestions of others of going to Bali, Maldives, Kerala, Paris, Thailand, etc. I chose to visit the less explored country, Sri Lanka. Everyone said, “Why Sri Lanka?”. This post …

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    Travel Friendly Slim Wallets For Men By Urby

    Every traveler, be it a backpacker, a shoestring traveler, a tourist, or a rich traveler, research about the money they are going to spend during their journey. The other thing that comes to mind is, how the hard currency is to be kept safely. Wallet is an essential part of…
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    Wanderlust Couple – Our first step


    We all wish to meet people with similar interests. Well, I met and married one. We both love traveling and we traveled to Sri Lanka recently.

    We recieved a beautiful gift from Printoctopus, Wanderlust Tshirts, which were perfect for our beach vacation. The tshirts had a soft fabric which …

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    7 Finger-Licking Streets Foods of Surat


    Apart from being tagged as “Diamond City”, “Silk City”, “Clean City”, awarded the “Best City”, Surat is also known for its amazing food and the way they enjoy it. There is an old saying that says, “Surat Nu Jaman Ne Kaashi Nu Maran” which means dine in Surat …

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    How to survive as a vegetarian excursionist


    I often think I miss out a lot of things to know culturally when visiting different places, being a vegetarian. But on the other hand, it is an adventure in itself, to find delicious vegetarian cuisines at destinations, which are considered to be the worst for vegan or vegetarian travelers.

    I …

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    A tribute to The (Dying) Great Barrier Reef

    Picture Source : Google

    Although everyone knew that one day it’s gonna happen , due to the exponentially deterring global climate. But, the news of the The Great Barrier Reef came out as a shock to the world. The acidification of the ocean and the climate change have killed this …

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    5 things that made me Love Vietnam


    Xin cha?o, I am back from my maiden backpacking trip and that too, to an amazing country, Vietnam. So here is a brief about things that made me love Vietnam. 1. Street Food Haven

    From a hygienic fruit filled breakfast to a full platter of sticky rice in lunch, …

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    It is that time of the year when Udaipur, the City of Lakes, blossoms with her stunning scenery. With greenery all around, lakes extravasate waters of the newly born rain and travelers ready to enjoy them.

    If extravagant palace, lavish resorts, historical museums, man-made lakes, or heritage city life allures …

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    Road trip to Heaven


    Heaven is not a place, but an experience of happiness, peace and joy. So is the hottest travel destination of India in the month of May-September , Ladakh. Although the term hottest travel destination sometimes for some people means amazing night life, pubs, bars, beaches etc. But for the one…
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    The Revival : Aravalli Ranges


    After a long time, I am reviving the blog. Lately, I had been busy with work schedules and all the traveling. Now, I am back with all the stories of my voyages. The Aravalli Range, seen from the range’s highest point at Guru Shikhar, in Rajasthan. P.S. Click the image…
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    Quick Tips For Traveling This Monsoon


    Sky is turning gray, lightening is glowing here and there and the breeze around is turning into gushing winds. It is time to welcome monsoon season in India. Although each part of India has a unique monsoon-pattern but the fun and problems are quite similar in each area. Water everywhere, …

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    The Curious Case of Kuldhara Village

    As children we have heard a lot many scary ghost stories. These haunted stories still scare us in our dreams. We tend to drowse our-self in a pure hair raising experience on most haunted places in world. It is amazing to see how people, although scared of paranormal events, but…
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    Photo of the Week : Ladakh, India

    Over The Hills and Far Away Where forlorn sunsets flare and fade On desolate sea and lonely sand, Out of the silence and the shade What is the voice of strange command Calling you still, as friend calls friend With love that cannot brook delay, To rise and follow the…
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    8 Things I realized as a Woman Traveler

    Author Shelly Sharma is 24, single and an independent girl who moved out of her home for studies at 17 and is now settled in Mumbai, working as an Assistant Director in films and a freelance photographer. She feels, this country and its beliefs for a girl, binds her. She…
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    When Dusk Falls on City of Lakes

    I have always felt that, the best way to see the beauty of any place is to gaze the sun rising up or resting down. On my experience when the dusk falls, and if you are at a peaceful place you can easily see the blues, pinks and yellows take…
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    Photo of the week 2 : Wrath of Zeus’s thunderbolt

      I sit, with the blinds and windows wide open to the elements. 
    Everything inside is turned off, no distractions. 
    I feel mist from the rain rushing in to caress me. 
    The world looks fuzzy though all the droplets parading to earth. 
    Like a celestial firework, the sky lights up,…
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    A Dulcet Evening in Udaipur

    We went for a stroll around the city of lakes and were struck by some melodious tunes of Rajasthani music. We thought just to enjoy it while waking by. Suddenly we saw some lights at the end of the lake and we were mesmerized by what we saw.
    It was…
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    5 day Black and White Photography Challenge

    I was challenged by a friend to post five photographs, one each, per day. Now these photographs were not any ordinary color photographs. It had to be related to any theme you choose but it should be Black and White. So I opened my treasure of photographs which I clicked…
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    Memories from Ubeshwar and Keleshwar

    It was the start of the weekend and I woke up early smelling the cold breeze. I watched out of the window and there was greenery all around and the beautiful smell of the early morning gave jitters to me to go out and enjoy this gift of nature.

    So …

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    Weekend Getaway to Jaisalmer


    Rajasthan is a treat for the senses, an alluring kaleidoscope of rich culture, history and colorful people. With its beautiful artisans and their works, Rajasthan is also an amazing destination for the one who loves handicrafts. From the traditional Bandhani to the age-old mind-boggling stone carvings of the Jain temples. Since time …

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    Architectural beauty of India

    Monastery in Leh, Jammu

    The Blue City Jodhpur India is a land of architectural geniuses. There are lot of examples of its creativity proven in earlier years. From Taj Mahal to Qutub Minar. One can  fall in love with India, with its legendary palaces, temples and forts. The amazing Buddhist…

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