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Dzukou Valley trek by yourself

Dzukou Valley is one of the gems in North-East India on the border of two states – Manipur and Nagaland. Despite it is a less explored area in India and there is a lack of information about this region, there is a huge scope for independent travelers to enjoy the untouched nature there. In this post, I will share with …

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Rhodes in late spring – visiting island in the low season months

Once I have confessed that Himalaya has stolen my heart. Nevertheless, all my life I’ve been dreaming to live closer to the sea except… I can’t stand hot weather. But this doesn’t mean that the idea of living near the Nordic Sea will excite me… There is a certain beauty in places that have a balance in temperature, climate and …

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India to Bangladesh by road – step by step guide

Last updated on April 5th, 2018 South Asia has many common features, yet each country has its own peculiarities and culture. There are so many people who travel from India to Nepal by road, but there is almost none information about another interesting Indian neighbor – Bangladesh. Nevertheless, we are not scared to experiment if we don’t find info on …

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Backwaters in Alleppey for different budgets

Imagine a set of villages built in a forest, where people own boats instead of cars – that’s what a good part of Kerala looks like. Due to its natural aspect, Kerala attracts numerous tourists from all over the world. Recently I’ve written about perfectly looking tea hills in Munnar area in Kerala. This post will be about another sought-after …

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Indian Railways explained – how to make it right?

Traveling by train in India is one of the most learning and fascinating experiences, which shows you some of the hidden corners of the country. Some of the rail tracks go near the sea, some through the rice fields, other across unknown towns – ever-changing landscapes. It’s hard to imagine how huge and diverse this country is from the outside …

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Munnar – tea, chocolates and spices in Western Ghats

India is a very photogenic country! You can find interesting visual content just everywhere, though Munnar woke up a perfectionist in me long time dormant in the organized chaos around. It feels so satisfying to photograph tea that I ended up with 200+ clicks of plantations only, but wait, there are also hills and other stuff I’m willing to share. …

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Explore Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani by public transport

My entire Mahabaleshwar experience was about exploring the area in a different way. Despite taxi is the most popular transport to hire (and taxi drivers some people claim the only way to commute), it is quite costly (from my perspective as a person from a developing country). Moreover, taxis have fixed itineraries and if you are planning to modify the …

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Cakes and heritage in Panaji and central Goa

Goa is usually associated with long sandy beaches, big and loud parties, bright clothes and hippies. Though these all are true characteristics of Goa and many people escape there for a chilling lazy holiday, this state has a vast history and heritage. Today we will talk about Velha Goa or Old Goa that used to be a capital of Portuguese …

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Bandipur, Nepal – a cultural getaway in the hills

Last updated on December 27th, 2017 Most of the travelers come to Nepal to explore and experience Himalaya mountains. Most of the visitors I’ve had a chance to meet during several trips spent a few days in Thamel(a tourist area in Kathmandu) to buy the equipment for trekking and went to a trek that takes the most time of the …