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How to plan one day in Copenhagen?

Copenhagen – a cultural capital that combines design, innovation, fairy tales and quality of lifestyle (here comes a remark about Danish people who are some of the happiest on the planet). The city is stuffed with interesting experiences! Nevertheless, even one day in Copenhagen can give you a taste of Danish capital in gastronomic, cultural and other senses. Things to …

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Tipping in India: what you need to know?

Every country has a different “tipping culture”. If you come from the USA you might be habitual to tip for everything, while many European countries might pay just the amount in the bill. Tipping in India is a bit more complex topic – let’s look into it. To begin with, there are no tipping standards in India. To make it …

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How you can plan a day in Malmo, Sweden

Almost everyone knows about Copenhagen whether for its colorful harbor Nyhavn, a little mermaid or childhood stories by Hans Christian Anderson. Nevertheless, many people haven’t even heard about the neighboring Malmo which is just across the bridge from Copenhagen. Malmo is a fun place for a day trip as it has history, architecture, nature, museums, cute Old Town, beach, and …

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Lund – a charming town in Skane, Sweden

Lund is one of the oldest towns in Sweden. Located in Skane province in South of Sweden, it is known mainly as the education center. It is home to one of the leading Universities in the Nordic region. If you visit Lund as a traveler, you might find it as another charming and laid-back town. Nevertheless, living in Lund is …

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How to get from Copenhagen to Malmo?

Copenhagen – the capital of Denmark welcomed over 30 million passengers arriving only at the airport last year. In addition to city history and tourist attractions, Copenhagen is a convenient starting point to explore both Denmark and Sweden. In fact, the distance between Copenhagen city center and Malmo (the coastal city in Sweden) is just 42 km or even closer …

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Expat in India: things I wish I knew before moving to India

India is one of the top 10 economies in the world. Its fast development, startup wave of the 2010s and growing middle class brought many international eyes to this market – from VCs to corporate giants, from startups to independent professionals looking to enhance their resume. If you landed on this blog, chances are, I don’t need to sell you …

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Bandipur, Nepal – a cultural getaway in the hills

Many travelers come to Nepal to explore and experience Himalaya mountains, visit the heritage places like Bhaktapur and Patan and hang out in a tourist area of Thamel (Kathmandu) to buy the equipment for trekking. Those ones who are trekking in Annapurna Conservation Area add a couple of days to visit Pokhara. Some of the nature lovers might visit Chitwan …

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2 days in Jaipur – Itinerary for Pink City in Rajasthan

Rajasthan happened to be one of my favorite states in India. It just has so many unique places: take Udaipur lakes, blue streets of Jodhpur, the golden city Jaisalmer, Thar Desert and many others. This post will be about Pink City Jaipur – the capital of Rajasthan. Since it’s also part of Golden Triangle route (in addition to Agra and …

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How to get from Delhi to Agra by tain, bus & car?

If you have been on this blog for a while, you know that I covered numerous Indian destinations from North to South, East to West. Still, every third question I get is about a destination I haven’t written about (yet). Guess which one? Taj Mahal. I’ve visited Agra several times since it’s so close to Delhi, but I always thought …

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A sustainable school in Himalaya that teaches life skills

In the developing world, traditional education is still a must-have stage of life as well as it is a privilege that is not accessible to everyone. Unfortunately, it sometimes results in people studying popular subjects for a promise of a better life. That’s why there are so many students going for the law, economics, engineering, and medical studies. More often …