Into Holland, Via Belgium!

by Abhishek Kar

The phone on the bedside table along with my mobile rang simultaneously, making me almost jump out of my skin. Morning alarm from the reception desk and my own alarm system! It was time for us toWA...

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To Stay Or Not To Stay, That Is The Question

by Jael Silliman

The Black Lives Matter Movement has been in the limelight in the US and globally since the murderous assault on George Floyd in broad daylight. This murder, caught on camera, has been a rallying c...

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Backpacking Vietnam – A Complete Itinerary – Part 3

by Madhumay Mallik

Hoi An Different from the rest of the country, the Ancient Town of Hoi An is also a World Heritage Site. Hoi An was a former port, making it the ideal place for an intermin...

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Backpacking Vietnam – A Complete Itinerary – Part 2

by Madhumay Mallik

We were so looking forward to this part of Vietnam. There’s the landscape similar to Tam Coc, one you have seen in movies like Kong: Skull Island! Steep towering mountains, scattered across the v...

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Backpacking Vietnam – A Complete Itinerary – Part 1

by Madhumay Mallik

Backpacking Vietnam Reminiscent of the old world, Vietnam exudes a charm that will easily make you feel warm and welcome. This is a country that has seen devastating wars b...

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“I Believe In Miracles!” − On The Vande Bharat Repatriation Flight

by Jael Silliman

I had planned to leave New York City for Kolkata by the end of March. On March 24th Prime Minister Modi announced a total lockdown in response to the Covid pandemic. All flights in and out of the...

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Double Whammy: Notes From New York To Kolkata

by Jael Silliman

In January I took my mother to Udaipur as a prelude to her 90th birthday in April. What a wonderful trip it was – cool temperatures with sunny skies, a brimming Lake Pichola, and the town bustli...

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Time To Reset

by Jael Silliman

In the last twelve months, we carried on with business as usual despite the heat wave that struck many parts of Europe, the raging California fires, the Amazon being burned and the wild fires that ...

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Thanaka Powder-the Secret Behind The Beauty Of Womenfolk In Myanmar!

by Munmi Barthakur

If you have read my series on Myanmar, surely you would have found this country irresistible with its exotic beauty, charm, myriad legends − fascinating scenery, the temples and pagodas and so ma...

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6 Things You Must Do In Berlin

by Tehnaz Dastoor

1. Things to Do: In Berlin, walking tours are a must to ensure that you get a good grasp of the historical significance of this beautiful city. The historical tours generally last ...

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GOLD COAST: A GOLDEN EXPERIENCE!

by Abhishek Kar

Brisbane International Airport was our point of entry to the Down Under. Yes, it was my first visit to the Australian continent and I was quite excited to reach a place I had only seen in my school...

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Dubrovnik-5 Things To Know Before You Travel There

by Tehnaz Dastoor

1.Check the weather before flying out to Croatia as temperatures can really soar to 40 Celsius. So shades, hats n sun block are essential. Sometimes, the temperatures drop at night so a light cardi...

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