Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Some Basic and Amazing tips on travelling

1. Patience Is Important Don’t sweat the stuff you can’t control. Life is much too short to be angry & annoyed all the time. Did you miss your bus? No worries, there will be another one. ATMs out of money? Great! Take an unplanned road trip over to the next town and explore. Sometimes freakouts happen regardless. Just take a deep breath and remind yourself that it could be worse. 2. Wake Up Early Rise at sunrise to have the best attractions all to yourself while avoiding crowds. It’s also a magical time for photos due to soft diffused light, and usually easier to interact with locals. Sketchy areas are less dangerous in the morning too. Honest hardworking people wake up early; touts, scammers, and criminals sleep in. 3. Laugh At Yourself You will definitely look like a fool many times when traveling to new places. Rather than get embarrassed, laugh at yourself. Don’t be afraid to screw up, and don’t take life so seriously. Once a whole bus full of Guatemalans laughed with glee when I forced our driver to stop so I could urgently pee on the side of the road. Returning to the bus and laughing with them gave me new friends for the rest of the journey. 4. Stash Extra Cash Cash is king around the world. To cover your ass in an emergency, make sure to stash some in a few different places. I recommend at least a couple hundred dollars worth. If you lose your wallet, your card stops working, or the ATMs run out of money, you’ll be glad you did. Some of my favorite stash spots include socks, under shoe inserts, a toiletry bag, around the frame of a backpack, even sewn behind a patch on your bag. 5. Meet Local People Make it a point to avoid other travelers from time to time and start conversations with local people. Basic English is spoken widely all over the world, so it’s easier to communicate than you might think, especially when you combine hand gestures and body language. Learn from those who live in the country you’re visiting. People enrich your travels more than sights do. 6. Pack A Scarf I happen to use a shemagh, but sarongs also work great. This simple piece of cotton cloth is one of my most useful travel accessories with many different practical applications. It’s great for sun protection, a makeshift towel, carrying stuff around, an eye mask, and much more. I can’t tell you how many times a scarf has come in handy around the world. 7. Observe Daily Life If you really want to get a feel for the pulse of a place, I recommend spending a few hours sitting in a park or on a busy street corner by yourself just watching day to day life happen in front of you. Slow down your train of thought and pay close attention to the details around you. The smells, the colors, human interactions, and sounds. It’s a kind of meditation — and you’ll see stuff you never noticed before. 8. Back Everything Up When my laptop computer was stolen in Panama, having most of my important documents and photos backed up saved my ass. Keep both digital and physical copies of your passport, visas, driver’s license, birth certificate, health insurance card, serial numbers, and important phone numbers ready to go in case of an emergency. Backup your files & photos on an external hard drive as well as online with software like Backblaze. 9. Take Lots Of Photos You may only see these places & meet these people once in your lifetime. Remember them forever with plenty of photos. Don’t worry about looking like a “tourist”. Are you traveling to look cool? No one cares. Great photos are the ultimate souvenir. They don’t cost anything, they’re easy to share with others, and they don’t take up space in your luggage. Just remember once you have your shot to get out from behind the lens and enjoy the view. 10. There’s Always A Way Nothing is impossible. If you are having trouble going somewhere or doing something, don’t give up. You just haven’t found the best solution or met the right person yet. Don’t listen to those who say it can’t be done.

Thursday, 26 October 2017

Tour Rajasthan.....Book Delightful holidays

Every city in Rajasthan makes a tourist want to camp for at least three days, and explore its forts, havelis, lakes, shopping districts and nearby getaways in luxury. But if you’ve got a week off from work, and want to sample every part of the state, the good news is you can do it in a single, exhausting but delightful, week. Jaipur There’s a lot to see in the Pink City – so called because its old districts were painted pink to welcome Prince Albert in 1876 – and most tourist attractions close their gates by early evening, so it’s important to reach the capital as early as you can. The spacious, well-ventilated airport has the soothing atmosphere of a resort, and the soft, Hindustani classical music playing on the speakers is a welcome change from the hoarse yells and frequent announcements of busier airports. Fortunately for tourists, some of the city’s key monuments – the Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar and Govinddevji Ka Mandir – are located within walking distance of each other. Pushkar, Ajmer and Jodhpur After staying the night in Jaipur, you need to make an early start for Pushkar. The pilgrimage site is less than 150 km from the capital, but the roads are especially bad after the monsoon. The town of Pushkar is walled in on three sides by hills, and a sandy bank rides up to the fourth. The legend goes that the lake was created when a lotus fell from Brahma’s hand. On the way to a temple that is believed to be as old as creation itself, you’ll find plenty of expat ventures – the Pink Floyd Café, advertised in the same font as the album cover of The Wall, and the Bob Marley Café. Guides will harass you from about a kilometre ahead of the entrance to the temple. Many tend to cling on to windows and run with the car, so you may want to keep those shut. If you need information about the temple, members of the trust will speak to you within its premises, near the bathing ghat. They usually refuse to accept money, and ask tourists to donate instead at the hundi. It is said a dip in the waters of the lake on Kartika Poornima is equivalent to undertaking penances for centuries. But the more fastidious may want to desist, because the waters are not exactly pristine. Neither is the changing area. The more faithful can choose from more than 50 bathing ghats around the lake, each of which is said to have special powers. The temple itself is crowded at any time of day, on any day of the year. Smaller than one would expect, the temple has only two shrines – the main Brahma shrine, and an underground shrine for Shiva. There are lockers right before the steps to the temple, to deposit cameras and mobile phones, which are not allowed into the temple. Sightseeing in Jodhpur, travel to Jaisalmer The Mehrangarh Fort at Jodhpur is famous for its architecture, the views on offer, as well as its museum – which has a collection of palanquins, howdahs, weapons, paintings, and clothes. The adrenaline addicts may want to swing across the skies by registering for the fort’s aerial ‘zip’ tour, which entails being strapped to a rope and, well, zipped around. Mount Abu The only hill station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu is a three hour drive from Udaipur. The road is beautiful, and the dappled hillocks are a photographer’s dream. Make sure you reach the top of the mountain early, because a mist floats down by noon and hovers over the hill for the larger part of the day. On weekends, and often during weekdays, one may come across a volley of jeeps with Ahmedabad registration numbers, carrying intoxicated visitors from the dry state. Book Us for making your tour awesome.

Saturday, 7 October 2017

Amazing Goa trip..Have fun With delightful holidays

Back before the Internet, when people wanted to plan a vacation, most used a travel agent. These lovely folks would book your flights, cruises, resort stays, honeymoons, and everything in between. Goa has a lot to offer to every kind of traveler. From the places to visit in Goa to the things you can do and events you can attend, there is lot to know about Goa. Lying on the western coast of Indian Peninsula, Goa is a mix of natural andcultural heritage. Until the year 1961, Goa was under the Portuguese rule that greatly influenced its architecture and lifestyle. Sun-kissed sand, the azure Arabian Sea and clear blue skies, all of it beckons thousands of tourists to this vacation spot. Be it surfing, sightseeing or partying, there are innumerable fun activities to be indulged in with Goa tour packages. Goa can easily be reached by air, train or road. Goa International Airport, more commonly known as Dabolim Airport, is approximately 30 kilometres from Panjim – the state capital. It is well connected with other Indian states by railway lines and national highways. With Goa beach holidays thousands of domestic and international tourists come here every year. There is wide range of hotels in Goa for visitors where tourist can feel the comfort of home. This lively state offers spectacular landscapes and a number of tangible and intangible attractions to its visitors. The scenic Dudhsagar Waterfall, located on Mandovi River, is one of the most precious gifts of nature to Goa. This four-tiered, 600 metres high waterfall gushes down with astounding force and magnificence, rendering itself a sight to behold. Tourists flock the idyllic beaches of the state, including Morjim, Chapora and Anjuna. The state is also abundantly blessed with splendid cultural heritage. With Goa tour packages, do not forget to visit Se Cathedral, Basilica of Bom Jesus and Shantadurga Temple. The primarily seafood cuisine of Goa is also a highlight among tourists. A family tour and honeymoon holiday in Goa can be made memorable by partaking in every beautiful experience this coastal state has to offer. Enjoy a sunbath on the sandy beaches or witness an inexhaustible party spirit. The magical charm of Goa lies in each one of its aspect, be it the endless sea, incredible landscapes, irresistible food or the enthusiasm with which locals live. This remarkable beach destination is certainly one of the best and most-lovable tourist spots in India.

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Back before the Internet, when people wanted to plan a vacation, most used a travel agent. These lovely folks would book your flights, cruises, resort stays, honeymoons, and everything in between. True to its popular name, ‘God’s Own Country’, the state of Kerala is a treasure chest of natural wonders, man-made feats and vibrant culture. It is believed that the land, which is now Kerala, rose from the sea when Parasurama, the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu, threw his axe in the waters. Blessed with lush hills and sandy beaches, the state can be best explored with Yatra’s Kerala tour packages. While on a vacation to this splendid destination, you get ample opportunities to admire nature and relax. Kerala is also famed for its architecturally unique temples, among which Rajarajeswara, Padmanabhaswamy, Bathery Jain, Alathiyur Hanuman and Aranmula Parthasarathy temples are the most famous ones. Apart from these, Kerala holiday packages mostly include a visit to revered churches, grand forts, informative museums and opulent palaces. The local culture is something that everyone should indulge in at least once. Folk dances like Kathakali, Mohiniyattam and Koodiyattam all originated here, and witnessing their performances will certainly delight all. Attending the colourful and energetic Snake Boat Race during the harvest festival of Onam, and watching a traditional Kalaripayattu duel will take the holiday experience to another level. Another good way to bask in the Malayali culture during family tours is tasting their local dishes. Preparations like Sambar, Upperi, Kallappam, Alleppey Fish Curry, Green Masala Fried Karimeen, Beef Kurumulakittathu, Malabar Duck Roast, and Chemmeen Curry are some Keralite essentials. Another reason why the state is such a popular tourist destination is its famed Ayurvedic massage parlours. Many such institutes are located on beaches amidst greenery or on the banks of the renowned backwaters of the state. Availing an Ayurvedic massage or staying in a houseboat on the backwaters or lavish lake or beachside resorts with Kerala honeymoon packageswill make the memories created together, everlasting. Some other top things to do here is indulging in thrilling watersports on beaches, visiting serene hill stations like Munnar, and witnessing the rich regional biodiversity in protected areas.

Monday, 18 September 2017

if there is one must-see sight that no visit to Bangkok would be complete without, it's the dazzling, spectacular Grand Palace, undoubtedly the city's most famous landmark. Built in 1782 - and for 150 years the home of the Thai King, the Royal court and the administrative seat of government - the Grand Palace of Bangkok is a grand old dame indeed, that continues to have visitors in awe with its beautiful architecture and intricate detail, all of which is a proud salute to the creativity and craftsmanship of Thai people. Within its walls were also the Thai war ministry, state departments, and even the mint. Today, the complex remains the spiritual heart of the Thai Kingdom.

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