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Day Trip from Prague : Liberec / Jested

Prague city is a whole package in itself. You can get to old town for a time travel to old classic times in Prague 1 or can hangout in Prague 5 or 6 and be back in 21st century life.... Continue Reading →


Hotel Review: Austria Trend Hotel Europa , Salzburg, Austria

Hotel location is very important. If you want to be at a walking distance to the city's main attractions as well as near to the city railway station and bus station for easy commuting and connectivity to various other must... Continue Reading →

Hotel Review: ArtHotel ANA Prime, Vienna, Austria

Austria was the 6th country team drifter visited and First European country. Our very first entry point and stop was country's capital Vienna. Our two drifters were on a true pleasure trip as it was Europe. We were looking for... Continue Reading →

Hotel Review: Hotel City, Zurich, Switzerland

Zurich: The cosmopolitan city by the water combines creative urban life with nature in all its glory. We were looking for a hotel which will provide us the Zurich richness in aesthetics. We needed a place to relax as well as a... Continue Reading →

Hotel Review : Altstadt Hotel Magic Luzern, Lucerne, Switzerland

Lucerne is compact and easy to explore, with the old town and all the main sights within walking distance of the rail station. So, we stayed at a hotel which was walking distance from Bahnhof Luzern / railway station Lucerne... Continue Reading →

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 →

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