Tag: Wanderlust

Cultural triangle sri lanka

Cultural triangle of Sri Lanka

The northern plains of Sri Lanka traditionally referred to as Rajarata, or “The King’s Land”, now known as the Cultural Triangle.

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Must try cruises 2016

There are so many ways to explore this beautiful world, first we choose a medium and then the mode of transport. While the most common mode happens to be land and air, cruise ship remains the most popular one. And why should it not be? You experience the thrill of cruising through vast untamed oceans, […]

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Responsible Travel

Travel and tourism industry is one of the largest contributors to the global economy with a record of 7.6 trillion USD in 2014 and it is only here to grow. With every travel enthusiast seeking to hop on their next big adventure right from swimming with sharks in South Africa to trekking the highest points […]

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Backpacking Sri Lanka

A week after my trip here I am sitting in my Bengaluru apartment sipping some Sri Lankan tea reminiscing the time spent in the land of Serendipity. Sri Lanka at a glimpse: Our neighboring island country is very well known for its tea estates, elephant orphanages, Buddhist ruins, national parks, beaches, hiking trails and a […]

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Sula Fest

Sula Fest 2016

Everything you need to know about SulaFest 2016 and Nashik.

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Six books to fuel your wanderlust

Hello lovely readers! It has been a long time since my last post, well here is what kept me occupied -Books. I have been reading quite a lot lately and every other book that I read took me to a whole new world. That is the beauty of books, isn’t it? They act like time machines, […]

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Vietnam – A sensory delight

Gracefully resting by the South East Asian coastline this beautiful country called Vietnam is a rhythmic blend of history, culture, modernization and nature. Filled with visual dramatics right from the rustic living in Mekong delta, the magnificent caves system of Phong Nha, the marvelous French architecture at Hanoi, life in the valley of Sapa to […]

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Ca phe- beyond coffee powder and milk

There are a number of tiny things that you notice when visiting a country, that sets it apart from rest of the world. In Vietnam apart from the chaotic traffic, clumsily tangled telecom cables, crazy night markets and karaoke bars there is one thing that you cannot help but notice- ca phe (Coffee). Coffee has […]

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Things to do in Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon is the largest city in Vietnam. If you are visiting Vietnam you just cannot skip Saigon, for you get to see the harmony in the confusion. I encountered the high spirited living in District 1, the laid back lives and open spaces in District 7 and came face to […]

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Being Vegetarian in Vietnam

Vietnam, like most of the other South East Asian countries is known for its meaty delicacies all across the globe. It is hard to be a vegetarian when there is at least one non-veg ingredient in the Vietnamese cuisine. But in the hordes of frog legs, snails, pork, dog meat etc. We forget that a […]

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