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The wine has been the most passionate drink around the world for centuries. Every country produces its variety of vine typical to its climate conditions and the process of winemaking. Centuries ago travelers use to admire the different taste of vine and their distinct flavor and use to savor it. They use to take barrels of grapes for their journey back home.

It’s not any different today, till date people who travel love to taste the wines of different places and are keen to take some back home for themselves as well as family and friends. The need to carry vine as part of luggage had... Read More

Phones can’t save lives… can they? When you’re away on your travels, often the last thing you want is to be bothered by the same mundane things that you are at home. An escape from the digital age is often very welcome but phones can help save your live (figuratively) and save your life (literally), too.

"Thailand - Krabi" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Traveller-Reini

Killing That Boredom

It’s not all glamor when you’re traveling; there’s a lot of downtime as well. Waiting for or on various forms of transport can be incredibly annoying, not to mention dull. There are lots of ways... Read More

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An Everest base camp trek is the enterprise of a lifetime, a trip for those whose fantasies take off higher than even the mists. Miles from autos, accommodations, and day by day extravagances, you'll soak your soul in characteristic excellence and extend your own perseverance past what you thought conceivable. The way starts in antiquated Kathmandu, where you'll adjust and investigate the city at your recreation while foreseeing your climb. Your trek to Everest Base Camp at 5,364m (more than 3.5 miles!) to the base of the world's tallest mountain will bring you over suspension... Read More

On way to Gangtok via Kalimpong from Darjeeling our taxi drove through tea gardens. As we were going through Lopchu garden the driver suddenly applied the brakes and as we looked up at the road in front a leopard crossed the road at near-supersonic speed. Yes, there was wildlife there on those hills around thirty five years ago. After all, the place is a part of Himalayan terai (lowland at the foot of Himalayas) region with lush jungles. At most places in India the terais have been decimated and colonized. But, then some wild animals still survive one of which is the never-say-die Indian leopard... Read More

Darjeeling, the land of the Gorkha, is back in the news and not for the right reasons. This time the reason is alleged imposition of Bengali in the primary schools of Darjeeling. After all, being a part of the state of Bengal where the official language is Bengali and English its districts necessarily have to follow suit. But the Gorkha Jan Mukti Morcha which runs autonomously the district administration has made an issue of it. As a consequence peace has again been disrupted in one of the places of great tourist interest.

This is the second time violence has been witnessed in Darjeeling.... Read More

Because of its location close to the Himalayan foothills, people of Chandigarh are never too far away from the famous hill stations that dot the region. Enjoy scenic drives to charming destinations and spend precious moments with friends and loved ones in the lap of nature. Here are some of the best hill stations near Chandigarh.

MorniHills

Fort ruins and pine crested trekking trails are some of the highlights of a trip to Morni Hills, located near Panchkula. At 1200 metres above sea level, this getaway offers a fair reprieve from the heat and monotony of the plains.

Morni... Read More

Santiago, the capital city of Chile, is one of the best cities to visit in South America. Free tours of Santiago never fail to amaze those who try them out given the level of fun one has. This region blends the best of South American culture with the modern world. Here are a few things to do when you head south.

Plaza de Armas

This historical building has some of the best scenes to see when you get to Santiago. It has a religious background to it and thus will satisfy those into religious history. You can also visit the museum where you can have a pick at the history of Chile... Read More

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