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Q. Why should you always choose the Window seat on a Flight?   Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur – shared by Sally (www.our3kidsvtheworld.com)     Taipei to Seoul – shared by Nathan (http://www.alwaysafriday.com)     Buenos Aires to Santiago – shared by Lauren (www.hashtagljojlo.com)     Mexico City to San Jose – shared by Dinh-Long (https://dlplayground.com)     Doha to Paris – shared by Stephanie (https://ethnotravels.com)     Buenos Aires to Montevideo – shared by Tom (www.traveltomtom.net)     Male to Doha –...

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Life in Mumbai is fast, no wonder it is India’s largest city.. Days whiz past your eyes even before you realize. Mumbaikars never seem to get tired of it; the fast pace is what makes them feel the rush in their veins and their trains! But how does a person coming from a sleepy city cope up with the madness? The metamorphism is slow but worth every sweat and stressful day. You slowly start to realize the true pleasure of...

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The City of Las Vegas needs no introduction. The city known for its vibrant nightlife has earned itself the title as ‘The Entertainment Capital of the World’. With strips lined up with mega casinos and bars, the city has the reputation to give you the worst hangovers. While Las Vegas is known as the ultimate party destination, there is a prettier and offbeat side to this Sin City. If you are not into too much partying or you are too...

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Indonesia is known for its natural beauty and a stunning landscape that ranges from active volcanoes to beaches. Let us not even talk about the tiny islands left to be explored in this region. During my 2 weeks stay there, I was able to see just a fraction of what this country really has to offer. So I decided to round up a few travel bloggers who have been to Indonesia and their pictures clearly showcases the beauty of this...

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The hardest thing about travel is ‘the homecoming’ part. Not all of us have the ability to travel full time even if we wanted to. So the reality for us is usually returning back from the trip and getting back to the normal routine. And the longer your trip is, the harder it gets to cope up with reality. Post Travel Depression or Post Trip Blues, is quite real. Those who experienced this feeling will relate to what I am talking...

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Sometimes the view from the top of a mountain can become so addictive that trekking one volcano is not enough. After returning back from Mt Agung, I signed up for the Mt Batur trek. got myself a 4 hr shuteye and was ready for yet another trek. Well this time I was prepared and had an idea of what to expect while climbing a mountain. But Mt Batur is a baby volcano compared to Mt Agung. This 1700m active stratovolcano...

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Canada, the land of untouched wilderness and dynamic cities, is the second largest country in the world. With a sparse population of just 37 mil spread out over the massive landscape, it is easy to get out there and be alone with nature. Be it the massive spikes of the Rockies or the glittering lakes of Ontario, there is something alluring about this huge country. I had previously included Canada in my list of countries for Introverts. Canada is the...

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First things first, this is not an easy trek at all. If you are looking for an easy trek in your shorts and flip flops, Mt Agung is probably not a good choice. This is one badass mountain which requires 6-7 hrs of trekking through forests and lava rocks to reach the summit. This 3000m giant stratovolcano is the highest point in Bali and 5th highest in the whole of Indonesia. Mt Agung is also home to the Pura Besakih,...

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Like any other SE Asian city, Jakarta has its own repository of tasty offerings. After trying the best of street food in Bangkok I did look for similar outlets in Jakarta, but to be frank I would not recommend trying out the food from street stalls here as the hygiene standards are worse than in Bangkok. To save myself from the Traveler’s tummy, I went on to explore the pricey options in Jakarta and glad that I found few restaurants...

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Chaotic, crowded and polluted. Known for its heavy traffic and high level of pollution, Jakarta doesn’t sound like a typical holiday destination. And yet here I was, in my BlueBird Taxi, making my way from the airport to the heart of the city. Sitting through multiple traffic snarls, I still wondered why I chose to start my trip here. What does the city have in store for me. I have never heard a lot about Jakarta as nobody really spends...

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