Why Choose a Bed and Breakfast Location?

Hotels of all shapes, sizes, and price ranges exist all over the world. You can have privacy, room service, an amazing array of amenities, and the convenience of never having to clean your room. Restaurants, shops, tours, transportation are all available right outside the lobby door, so why in the...

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This Is My Punjab

India has always seemed to me to be a fantasy land, a place one can read about but never visit, a land of dreams, fancies, and mysteries, an ancient place where time has crept softly along, trickling slowly by and leaving few marks of its passing.

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Why You Shouldn’t Sleep In On Vacation

You’re already recoiling at the title of this article. That’s what vacations are all about: sleeping in! I agree completely.But there’s a certain something about early morning, no matter where you are, that makes it worth crawling out of bed before the sun comes up.

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5 Best Beaches Away From The Crowds In Asia

Psst…heading to Asia and wondering where the best beaches to relax are, away from the crowds?  Looking for something low-key and beautiful? In 2011, while my family and I spent 12 months backpacking through 8 countries in Southeast Asia, including Sri Lanka and India, we had our fair share of...

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5 Strict Countries and Their Visa Requirements

Travel can make you feel liberated, but one thing often squashes that sense of freedom the minute you land at your destination: visa requirements. It’s a breeze getting into countries like Thailand, where you don’t need a visa, but Vietnam is another story.

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5 Ways to get Your Travel Mojo

Hit the road Jack, or Jackie of course! I recently received an email from a friend in Australia. She was coming to the end of her thesis and was ready to get back in the saddle and do some travelling.

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Iconic Hippie Hangouts Then and Now

The sixties and seventies were arguably the golden age of travel for backpacking vagabonds, hippies and soul searchers. I can remember stories about the overland trail to Kathmandu that fascinated me with their richness and mystery.

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A Travellers Guide to Staying Sane in India P3

In this last post in the series on Staying Sane in India I'll discuss the subjects of ‘Getting Around’, ‘Dealing with Beggars’ and ‘Managing Sensory Overload’ against my personal experiences travelling around this unique country....

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A True Travellers Guide to Staying Sane in India P2

This is part two of a 3 part series on India. In this post I'm going to discuss 'dealing with overly interested men (for women)' and talk about the art of 'bargaining and minimizing the rip-off factor'...

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A True Travellers Guide to Staying Sane in India Part 1

Mastered the art of traveling? If you’re visiting India, think again... After 2 months of sensory overload I wanted to share with you my top tips for surviving, without compromising, my India experience.....

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Top Travel Generation Writers

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