3 Things To Remember If You Are Planning A Trek To Kheerganga

With an easy to moderate difficulty level, the Kheerganga trek is as much about the journey as it is about the destination One of the most beautiful and picturesque treks in the Himalayas, the Kheerganga trek is on many people’s to-do list. With an easy to moderate difficulty level, the Kheerganga trek is as much […]

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8 Local Foods In Varanasi You Should Absolutely Indulge In

Varanasi has many delightful treats for food lovers The sacred city of Varanasi not just draws pilgrims to its numerous ghats and temples, but also curious travellers who are keen on exploring India and its many cultures. A visit to the ancient city can indeed be an overwhelming experience for some. It is unbelievably crowded […]

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10 Things Solo Travel Taught Me About Relationships

This summer, my four-year relationship ended. So naturally, I booked a two-and-a-half week trip to Croatia and Iceland. By myself. At the time, there was a part of me that thought I could run away from my heartbreak (spoiler alert: I couldn’t) and come back healed and unscarred (spoiler alert: I didn’t). When asked, I’d […]

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5 Exciting Things To Do In Switzerland This Summer

From snow hiking to exploring Swiss wines, have the best summer in Switzerland Things to do in Switzerland When it comes to a grand European summer holiday, a popular pick is almost always Switzerland. It’s been the epitome of hill stations; picture perfect with its snow capped mountains, clear blue skies, gorgeous landscape, warm hospitality […]

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3 Things You Must Absolutely Do In Madurai

The historic city is mostly known for the vibrant Meenakshi temple. But the iconic temple is not the only thing there is to the city Meenakshi Temple is a striking building depicting a lot of mythological stories Of all the places to see in Tamil Nadu, Madurai is one that many people are enamoured by. […]

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A BEAUTIFUL STAIN

Our final destination was Ranthambore National Park, which is one of the largest national parks in all of India and situated in the northern state of Rajasthan. There we went on my first ever safari. Before we left, I wondered what I should do with my purse. In Agra, we saw the Taj Mahal and […]

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Bogan Watch! At a Queensland Beauty Spot

Here’s what you’ll see on Bogan Watch in Queensland, Australia at one of our gorgeous waterfalls. Summertime in Queensland. It’s stinking hot. Even here, in the relatively cooler hinterland, the thermometer records a stinking 36°C (97°F). Waterfalls with natural swimming holes draw the crowds. Everyone’s here. The stick-up Noosa mums. Well, me at least. The […]

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