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The Great Coastal Route

By on September 30, 2016

The coastal route in Northern Ireland is a breathtaking road along the coast and if you love driving then this is a perfect short drive for you. On a…

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Summer is for camping!

By on September 10, 2016

A holiday always demands a holiday. The August Bank holiday in the UK is the last holiday before Christmas so we decided to do something different. Enough weekends with…

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Norwich

By on July 16, 2016

Two hours away from London, in the South East of England, Norwich is a thriving centre for culture and history. This vibrant, cosmopolitan and yet quiet city is a…

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Dekho Ahmedabad!

By on July 10, 2016

Ahmedabad in Western India is an unassuming city home to Muslims, Gujaratis, and the Jain community, all richly contributing to the culture and rich history of the city,the Gujrati…

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The little big city!

By on June 25, 2016

To be honest, Slovakia wasn’t on our map, this time, around, we were going to Budapest to meet Vatsal’s brother and since we could get the Schengen Visa appointment…

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Budapest is always a good idea

By on June 17, 2016

Budapest is not a city which grows on you gradually, it’s a city you must take head on from the start. For us, we literally had to take the…

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The world of Mayans in Mexico

By on May 28, 2016

The Yucatan Peninsula in the east of Mexico comprising the state of Campeche, Yucatan, and Quintana Roo has stunning coastline (I can’t blame the spring-breaker for hoarding this area),…

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Rolling cigars amidst tobacco farms

By on May 25, 2016

Vinales is a common pit stop for most tourist visiting Cuba. It’s a small town with stunning beaches and caves close by. It’s a striking contrast from Havana with…

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Time Travel to English Countryside in Lavenham

By on May 21, 2016

Lavenham is a beautiful medieval village in Suffolk, home to Jane Taylor who gave us the nursery rhyme, ‘Twinle Twinkle little star’. The rhyme is said to have been…

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Frieda Kahlo’s Museum: La Casa Azul

By on May 8, 2016

When I think of Frida Kahlo I think of her unibrow, the red shawl draped around her neck and the flowers in her black hair. And the film on…