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XPLORING BHUTAN

Tucked between the relatively gigantic countries of China and India, and surrounded by the Himalayan mountains lies the kingdom of Bhutan. Isolated from the rest of the world, Bhutan opened its doors to tourism late in 1974. The nation runs on a philosophy of Gross National Happiness which is an …

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OK North East – Helping Backpackers To Explore North-East India Like A Local

Till around 2010, the inhabitants of North-east India were not fully aware of the concept of homestay or holiday home. Travellers visiting the amazing states of the northeastern reason had to mostly rely on hotels and IBs. After the launch of Airbnb in 2012, the home-stay, farm-stay and traveller’s hostel …

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THE CITY OF STEEL – Jamshedpur

Having spent the first 18 years of my life in this place and being familiar with all its  roads ,crossings and markets ,it seems rather odd that I am finding it difficult to write about it .It doesn’t have reminiscences of antiquity nor does it have a distinctive style, but …

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A Career In Tourism

“Most people never forget their first trip – it is often a memorable experience that stays with them forever. Sometimes this experience inspires them to make a career in travel and tourism. I love travelling and toyed with the idea of becoming a flight attendant or travel agent, which was …

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Bora Bora – Paradise On Earth

“A vacation is like love-anticipated with pleasure, experienced with comfort and remembered with nostalgia.” – Anonymous If you’re looking for a place which will enchant you with pure bliss and joy, Bora Bora Islands or let’s say Wonderland is the perfect one for you. It is an island in the …

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Kaas- the flower valley in Maharashtra
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Kaas- the flower valley in Maharashtra

Recently declared as a Biodiversity World Heritage site by UNESCO, Kaas is home to innumerous species of naturally growing flowers. You can see bands of different colors formed as soon as you enter the Kaas plateau in post-monsoon season i.e. August onwards. The eye-catching colors and delicate flowers growing in …

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Rew - Of Fort and Rivers
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Rew – Of Fort and Rivers

Travel, As much as you can! When the monotony of life seeps into your soul and starts to crack you at the edges, when the drudgery of work slowly starts taking a toll on you and you start growing numb to your own self, pack a bag and leave. Just …

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The Mountain of Remembrance
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The Mountain of Remembrance

Sigiriya otherwise known as the Mountain Of Remembrance or The Lion Rock is an ancient historic place located almost at the heart of Sri Lanka. It is a palace built on top of a huge rock 200 meters above sea level. The rock summit is surrounded by an exotic garden …

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WHY I WOULD RATHER SIT AT HOME THAN TRAVEL
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WHY I WOULD RATHER SIT AT HOME THAN TRAVEL

This might be one of those provocative articles that sparks the debater in you and fuels your rage. We have got a separate genre dedicated to Travel and Tourism in blogging, we have several countries promoting Tourisms on a large scale etc. There are families who travel to exotic locations …

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Traveling: Pack your Bags, the World Beckons

Traveling. All the fun in the world. New places, new Cuisines, new Traditions, fun stuff to buy, amazing DPs and cover photos for a while, and most importantly, a break from the monotony that is Everyday. Just the thought of bringing out the travel gear, making a list, buying last-minute …

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