Posts Categorized: Destination Guide

  • Destination Guide

    What to do during long air flight journey

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    If I am travelling in a flight I seriously think that everyone should do their homework properly because I feel that once you are up in the air there is hardly anything you can do till the time you come down back to the land. If you are travelling overseas make sure that you have… Read more »

  • Destination Guide, Domestic Holidays

    One Day Visit to Taj Mahal

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    Love has always been quite obscuring but yet so obvious, quite complicated but yet so simple, quite painful but yet so lovable. We would have had swear a hundred times not to fall in love but still we would have caught ourselves in the same trap over and over again, this is LOVE…  and so… Read more »

  • Destination Guide, International Holidays

    The Paris You Didn’t Know of!

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    ‘Paris, I believe, is a man in his twenties in love with an older woman’. -John Berger The quote itself defines Paris to have best of both worlds. It has this distinctive quality to pacify anybody who visits Paris with the hope of experiencing exuberance and bliss at the same time in the city of… Read more »

  • Destination Guide, Travel Tips

    Holiday Experience in CapeTown

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    I personally believed that South Africa can have dense populous jungle and thick dark forest but never did I think that South Africa has stored so many mysteries within its box and one such mystery which I was able to unfold was ‘Capetown’. I a common man has a dull, boring and monotonous routine where… Read more »

  • Destination Guide, Domestic Holidays

    Ayurveda Tourism in India

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    Life today is filled with nasty entrapments and mundane struggles which don’t allow you to escape the tribulations in life even if you want to. Surrounded by concrete jungles, people are looking for reasons to get out of this ghastly captivity and give themselves some peace of mind. In such scenario, tranquility and rest comes… Read more »

  • Destination Guide, International Holidays

    Most Weird Place to Get Married

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    Almost all of us have heard the age old Indian adage – Marriages are made in heaven but Trang province of Thailand seems to be an exception to the rule by making it happen underwater. On 14th February i.e Valentines Day, every year since 1996, the Underwater Wedding Ceremony has been arranged in Trang Province,… Read more »

  • Destination Guide, Festival, International Holidays

    Let’s Paint it Red The Tomatino Festival

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    In 1945, Mahatma Gandhi used non-violence as a methodology to drive away the Britishers from the country so that he could declare the country Independent, In the same year young adults of spain picked up tomatoes from a vegetable seller and used it as a weapon to be a part of the event of a… Read more »

  • Destination Guide, Domestic Holidays

    Bhangarh

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    A signboard posted by ASI (Archaeological Survey of India) can be roughly translated as “Entering the borders of Bhangarh before sunrise and after sunset is strictly prohibited”. The haunted drive of Bhangarh begins from Sariska known for Tiger Reserves which is around 50 km from the place. The air around the scary town of Bhangarh… Read more »

  • Destination Guide, Domestic Holidays

    Two Faces of Kashi

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    When you utter the word ‘Banaras’, it feels as if all the spirituality of the city concentrated in the form of a pious nectar ran down your throat giving a fire and ice sensation which leaves you stunned. In Varanasi, everything from the light breeze on Ganga Ghats to the stone carvings in Vishwanath Temple… Read more »

  • Destination Guide, Domestic Holidays

    Goa-aaah!

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    What is the first picture that comes to your mind when somebody talks about Goa? Beach & beer or beach party or beach walk but nobody goes beyond the beaches to explore the real authenticity of the city. The stereotypical view restricts the visitors from seeing the real Goa. What they see is only a… Read more »