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Delhi-Perth return for only US$250 (Rs.16,856). No Kidding!

Delhi-Perth return for only US$250 (Rs.16,856). No Kidding!

In case you haven’t booked your year-end travel yet, read on and save! Delhi-Perth return for only US$250 (Rs.16,856). No Kidding! Lately I have been flying around a lot. Now, how much is ‘a lot’? Well, this year, I have done a little over 85,000 kilometers till now and the year is not over yet! Earlier, like you, I used to pay what any of us would be paying for a normal air ticket. But it is not so any…

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Indispensable Travel Apps for Travelling Abroad

Indispensable Travel Apps for Travelling Abroad

    I use technology despite being from the times when analogue was the only watch and film was the only camera. I am sure there are many of us around who do that. Perhaps how I am different (or so I believe) is that I do so as if it is a second nature. I say that because I have never consciously given it enough thought to ever write about it. In today’s smartphone era, my iPhone 6 has…

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Travel Fitness At Fifty-Five

Travel Fitness At Fifty-Five

I am not getting any younger and am travelling a lot. Lately, my travel has been a dilemma for me. While I enjoy it more than ever, I worry about food and exercise – or health in general – during my trips. Furthermore, an average bloke like me has limited, if any, understanding of complexities of calorie intake or outgo, heart rate, adequate rest, etc. More than anything, this lack of understanding always, I repeat, always leaves you worried about…

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Travails of Solo Male Travellers

Travails of Solo Male Travellers

  This piece have been carried by ‘The Coffeelicious’ – a publication at Medium.Com Close on the heels of International Women’s Day, something strictly for folks with a keen sense of humour! Perhaps it is in vogue to talk about solo women travellers (SWTs). Perhaps they do face their fair share of issues during their travels. Or perhaps, the women’s lib movement has something to do with it. Lately, the blogosphere has been echoing with the humdrum cacophony of Solo…

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Adrenaline Junkies – Time to update your bucket list

Adrenaline Junkies – Time to update your bucket list

  Attention Adrenaline Junkies! Be it the Skywalk in China or Edge walk in Canada, a stratosphere sky jump or storm chasing in the US of A – you may have been there and done that. I know you are driven by the fear factor associated with such activities. But the time has come for you to update your bucket list. While you may have tandem stuff happening in the other adventures, or knowledgeable guides helping you prepare for what…

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God’s Own Square Mile!

God’s Own Square Mile!

…hub of Michelin-starred celebrity chefs often seen on Masterchef…

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Tambourine Tales

Tambourine Tales

Tambourine Tales My travels are my way of continuing my education. While returning from Chail, near Chandigarh, we came across an interesting ‘dhaba’ (a roadside eatery). The owner, Mr. Sethi, is apparently a Punjabi Folk Singer. He had literally turned this ‘dhaba’ into a larger than life advertisement for his ‘folk singer’ brand! Share and start a dialogue!                

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