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7 Reasons every woman should travel solo at least once in her lifetime

  Travel to know how a free soul feels like For this one time it will be just about YOU, wherever you want to go whenever you want to go, with no added drama or baggage of a group, family or tag-alongs! If... Continue Reading →

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Bridge over the River Kwai overview and itinerary

The Bridge over the River Kwai (French: Le Pont de la Rivière Kwai) is a novel by the French novelist Pierre Boulle, published in French in 1952 and English translation by Xan Fielding in 1954. The story is fictional but... Continue Reading →

Rishikesh and Lakshman Jhula

Rishikesh is a small town, perched on the edge of the mighty Ganga, not too far from it's source in the state of Uttrakhand. It is believed that the river ganges was crossed here by Lakshmana using jute rope thus... Continue Reading →

Kep and Koh Tonsay – a secret beach paradise in coastal Cambodia

Kep is a quiet little town on the southern coast of Cambodia next to the border with Vietnam. It has a lovely French charm and lots of French owned guest-houses and hotels. Boasting perfect sunsets over placid waters and golden... Continue Reading →

Travel Southeast Asia on a shoestring.

Travelling cheap is all about being smart. Be smart and read our short guide. It will help you plan your trip to SE Asia in a way that most other blogs can’t. That’s because they all talk about specific guesthouses... Continue Reading →

4 of the most dangerous roads in India

Who doesn’t like the mountains? If heights aren’t your thing however, this isn’t for you. In this post we will be exploring five of the highest roads in Asia, with one even laying claim to the highest in the world!... Continue Reading →

Best sky-bars in Bangkok

No visit to Bangkok can be called complete without a trip to the rooftop of a skyscraper for a nibble and a cocktail in a sky-bar. The Bangkok skyline is filled with skyscrapers and to make the most of the... Continue Reading →

Hampi, ruins of a lost Empire

Hampi is a small village predating and situated in the ruins of Vijayanagara. A bright, sun-soaked land of stark contrasts, it stands on the spot of the ancient capital of the Vijayanagara empire straddling a piercingly green river lined with... Continue Reading →

Bihar – Wild Wild East of India

So I went Bihar, everyone there asked me why? They thought I was crazy to wander around the villages. Some I met had no pride in their state whatsoever. I want to show that there are very good reasons to... Continue Reading →

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