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Mar
2019
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Amsterdam: Day Trips

Ankur and I went to Amsterdam about 4 years ago. We spent four days in city and enjoyed the museums, the parks and the walking tours (day and night). However, we did not explore anything around the city, which is a pity, as there is so much see and do all around Amsterdam. Especially during the summer months, the beaches are great picnic spots and the wind mills are ideal for pictures. The next time that we visit the Netherlands, we will make sure that we spend more time exploring little towns around Amsterdam. Here are a few day trips that are on our mind...
12
Nov
2018
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RKPO Green Resort, Punakha: Review

We went to enchanting Bhutan in February 2017.  Our itinerary took us to three cities - Paro, Thimphu and Punakha. In each of these cities, we stayed in good premium hotels that made our trip even more enjoyable. However, our favourite resort was the RKPO Green Resort in Punakha. The resort is green, literally. The exteriors are painted green and are adorned with typical Bhutanese paintings, giving it the name. Here is our review of the RKPO Green Resort, Punakha.
1
Nov
2018
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Day Trips from Prague

I spent a few days in Prague, and fell in love it with the city. Many in my hostel went for day trips to interesting sites, but I stayed put in Prague and spent every evening on the Charles Bridge. Do I regret it? Absolutely not! I loved every minute in Prague. But if you are blessed with itchy feet and like to explore more, here are three day trips recommended by travel bloggers.
26
Oct
2018
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5 reasons to visit Kenya in 2019

Kenya is one of the most majestic countries in Africa and a place where a diverse range of climates and topography meet. There are loads of different nations across Africa that should be considered, but I think it is difficult to find anywhere that quite matches Kenya. Part of Africa’s stunning Great Lakes region, it is no surprise that Kenya has seen a 16% growth in tourism in 2018.
25
Oct
2018
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Must See in Prague!

I went to Prague and Budapest earlier this year. Prague made me feel that I was walking through a fairy tale town. There was a castle with spires and music all around. Smell of cinnamon and trdelník filled the air. The sky was blue and the I could see white clouds in all possible animal shapes. It’s a pity that I was in this beautiful city, alone. I missed Ankur and thus, I shall soon be back to make sure that the romance in Prague transcends into our life as well.
7
Oct
2018
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Rio de Janeiro: Tips and Advice

Rio is one of the prettiest cities that I have seen. It is warm in summers, the water is blue, the birds are chirping and the locals want to have a good time. Yet, when I was planning my trip to Rio, people warned me to ‘be careful’ and that they would be surprised if I would get back safe and sound. I found it to be very safe for women, unlike my own country, India....
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13
Sep
2018
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Bolivia: Packing Tips

Are you planning to visit the Salar-e-Uyuni and get some goofy pictures taken? Or do you intend to simply relax by the blue waters of Lake Titicaca on Isla del Sol, which is believed to be the birth place of the Sun by the Incas? If either of these, or both are on your bucketlist, is it evident that you are planning a trip to Bolivia. While the usual stuff will make its way into your backpack, here are few things that you must have while travelling within Bolivia. Make sure you stock up on all this at the local market in any of the Bolivian cities before you commence your soujourn.
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