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Quick 5-day Itinerary to Macau

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Whenever I have taken a trip, I have always been asked to write the itinerary that I followed at that destination. This is what happened with Jordan too. I was first asked by my readers, on Facebook messenger and DM on twitter, to write the itinerary which they would eventually use for their trips as well. In the first week of June, I went on a 5-day trip to Macao with the Macao Tourism board, which I truly cherished. When I travel to a country, I want to fully experience the culture, local life, food and then see the monuments…

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A one week itinerary for travel in Jordan- A Perfect introduction to Middle East World

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Jordan has always been on my list of place to go this year, after a couple of travel blogger friends had visited it last year. When I received the news that I am heading to Jordan I could think of Jordan as a land of dramatic contrasts, ancient Roman structures juxtaposed with modern skyscrapers and charismatic eyes of the Bedouin people. The first look of the country was so overwhelming in each direction that I looked – I couldn’t think where to start writing from. I decided to give a sneak-peek into the entire itinerary as some of the readers…

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Jordan- A trip with Jordan Tourism Board

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After watching the Mars movie, which was shot in the Middle Eastern desert of Wadi Rum- Jordan, which serves as the backdrop for the movie made me very intrigued to go and see this beautiful country. Many of my blogger friends visited this country last year while I was traveling across India. Reading about Petra, Jarash, Roman theater, Wadi Rum, Aquaba, Madaba, and Nebo, on their blog I had already taken a visual trip of this magnificent country.  This is one of those times “going offbeat, being un-touristy” just makes no sense. For me a traveler, I like a country with soul. Jordan,…

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Top experiences in Egypt I am planning for my next travel!

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Egypt has been on my travel list when I moved to Qatar in 2012. I have many Egyptian friends, who talk about the culture, food, pyramids, etc. Most surprising they have great vegetarian dishes as well. Now that I have moved to Dubai, traveling to Egypt is quite simple. Since I always enjoy flying on the national carrier of the country, when I plan a trip to Egypt I would be flying with Egypt Air. They fly directly to Egypt in three hours with no stops. Here are just a few experiences I have planned for Egypt when I plan…

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5 Awesome Pools In Dubai On My Bucket List

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After spending almost a year in Qatar,I was always keen on seeing a different face of majestic Dubai. Massive & beautiful architecture of the buildings, Ubiquitous Malls , Luxurious Hotels , Extravagant shopping, etc . As Seth Sherwood writes about the entrepreneurial spirit of HH Sheikh Mohammed in the New York Times, about how Dubai’s ruler says “Money is like water. If you lock it up ,it becomes stagnant and foul-smelling, but if you let if flow, it stays fresh”. This clearly states the magnitude of the level of Dubai’s economy. I have been wanting to visit Dubai since a long…

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Why I bought Travel Insurance for my Thailand Trip?

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I’m sure you all remember, my accident during my “Rickshaw Run” trip which got me 5 stitches and bruises. Since this was India, the medical expense to stay in hospital for some nights, ambulance expense, flight changes were something I could afford without a travel insurance. Imagine if you were travelling abroad, and you lost your luggage or there was medical emergency in the country. How much money would you be able to spend in such situation? I’m heading to Thailand in October for TBEX, I decided to take travel insurance this time without any second thought. Irrespective I have…

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Top 8 things to do in Paris

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Paris The fashion capital, the most romantic city in the world, synonymous with Eiffel Tower. The list is never ending. I of course fell in love with the city and its architectures. I’m going to cover some of the places in Paris that you just cannot miss. Gare du Nord This is a railway station in Paris and one of the most important ones at that. I was so impressed with the Tourist Information desk here. The lady at the counter was just so damn sweet to us and she made sure we got to know everything that was necessary. Helped us…

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Top Things to Do in Exotic Andaman Islands

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Say hello to clear skies, say hello to crystal clean waters, say hello to the lovely and amazing Andaman Islands. If you want to move away from the hustle bustle of the city life, Andaman is the place to head to. Andaman Islands are a cluster of islands. I instantly fell in love with the place not just because of its beauty but also because of the people. Andamanese are just so helpful, kind, bereft of selfishness and soft spoken. Take for instance, people leave their stuff anywhere on the beach and do not worry about their belongings getting stolen!…

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Top 5 destinations in Vietnam

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Vietnam, a country with immense war history and resilient people that withstood foreign oppression for several years, is a narrow strip of land along the borders of Cambodia and Laos. Now, it’s one of the fastest growing economies in South East Asia. In fact, the country is changing so fast that within a decade, its face might change completely. So, my dear fellow travelers, if you want to get a feel of this amazing country while its still authentic, right now would be great. So pack your bags and dive into the culture that is dominated by rice, Bia Hoi,…

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