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Saudi Arabia: Beyond the Veil

26 December 2017 United Arab Emirates 1 comment

Saudi Arabia

The land of the Bedouins, of vast swathes of sand and deserts, but hidden behind that dusty façade is a country waiting to be discovered. Hitherto known mostly for religious tourism, the country is slowly opening for global tourism. As you make your way through the country, you would be surprised that those stories that we heard about harsh lives in the desert have moved on progressively to modern city life. The country is endowed with incredible natural beauty, is culturally rich, and endowed with archaeological wonders that few have known till date. 

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Travelling In Comfort & In Budget

24 December 2017 miscellaneous No comment

12. leu

If you’re on a budget travelling in comfort may seem like a near impossibility. You may be thinking to yourself “Don’t I need a lot of money to enjoy myself?” that is a very big misconception that many people buy into. Travelling isn’t always about having a lot of money to spend on whatever your heart desires. Travelling is about adventure, fun, excitement, experiencing new things, meeting new people, and making memories. All of that can be done on a budget! However if you’re like most people who don’t want to give up some of the modern conveniences they’ve grown to rely on, travelling on a budget and in comfort can seem like a difficult task. Here we’ll talk about some of the ways that you can stay within your budget and enjoy modern conveniences from home that you know and love.

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New Zealand Camping Sites You Can Visit on Your Trip

16 November 2017 New Zealand 3 comments

Lake Tekapo New Zealand

There is no question that New Zealand is one of the most beautiful places in the world, genuinely one of the last places where the world’s natural beauty remains pristine and untouched. Imagine constantly waking up to views of purple mountains and endless lush, green fields. Which is was not surprising to learn that when Peter Jackson was scouting for his Middle-Earth, he ended up choosing New Zealand.

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Mumbai Escape at Ramada Powai Hotel

4 November 2017 India 1 comment

01. Mumbai - Gate of India (Copy)

Mumbai is one of the most interesting cities of the billion+ nation of India. It does not have the imperial history of Delhi, it does not have the princely elegance of Jaipur or Udaipur, it does not have the holly spirit of Varanasi and you cannot find any monument which can rival Taj Mahal of Agra. However, it is  the place where you will feel the colonial English impact which crafted the contemporary India, you can discover the amazing mix of the subcontinent’s cultures and European one, you can enjoy some of the finest gastronomies of East and West and you can feel the vibe of the most vibrant and forward looking metropolis of this country big as an continent – India. And in order to fully savour Mumbai you should stay in one of the city’s luxury retreats like Ramada Powai.

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To time-share or not to time-share. Timeshare vs. hotels

4 October 2017 accomodation 4 comments

 Wyndham Bonnet Creek - Central Building time share

In the past few years, we’ve witnessed a boom into different types of accommodation for people who want to travel and see the world. The most spectacular boom was probably the advent of couch surfing, a phenomenon similar in scope maybe only to Facebook, but there are still millions of people who want a place for themselves, to relax, to enjoy and, why not… to remember. Obviously, we have the hotels, which have existed for millenniums (yep, really, apparently the first hotels were found in Ancient Egypt in the time of Pharaohs), but meanwhile, lots of other accommodation types have appeared. Let’s talk today about timesharing !

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