My first surfing experience – Hitting the Indian waves

My first surfing experience – Hitting the Indian waves

by Ankit Learning surfing is not an easy task, especially in India. The locations are few and the waves ephemeral. The lack of coaches and boards plague the Indian surfing community, which is surprising as India has a long coastline...
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Best Christmas destinations in the world as recommended by travel bloggers

Best Christmas destinations in the world as recommended by travel bloggers

Christmas is a wonderful holiday – and, as you may have noticed in the past years, a more and more popular holiday across the globe. I remember reading many articles and hearing from friends in Asia about the huge success...
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Five things to do and see in Macau

Five things to do and see in Macau

A Portuguese territory until 1999, Macau is nowadays one of the two Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. The Portuguese past is visible and the mix with the Chinese tradition offers Macau a unique charm that will...
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Top reasons to visit China

Top reasons to visit China

China is a country of contrasts, in many ways – and I have friends who told me how different even a city can be – from the glamorous touristy part to the poor suburbs. But China is also a country...
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Top attractions in Sri Lanka

Top attractions in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is one of those countries that have a lot to offer to any visitor. From ancient, impressive Buddhist remains (temples, monasteries, etc.) to a diverse wildlife, from spectacular beaches to amazing food, this country will definitely charm you,...
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Dubai, a charming changing emirate to visit

Dubai, a charming changing emirate to visit

Ten years or so ago, Dubai was an emerging tourist destination. The artificial island was built, shops and malls open, hotels inaugurated. Many people visited Dubai in those days and found a luring destination. It was a rather cheap destination...
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Famous Wooden Bridges

Famous Wooden Bridges

Today we use resistant materials to build bridges, but a while ago some of the bridges were made of wooden. We can still see, across the globe, various spectacular wooden bridges that are still in use. Some are covered, while...
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Top Vacation Destinations on Instagram

Top Vacation Destinations on Instagram

I admit I was curious to find out which are the most instagrammed vacation destinations in the world. There are many amazing places across the globe and, as travelers and tourists like to take photos, I was interested in which...
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World’s cheapest and most expensive cities to live in 2014

World’s cheapest and most expensive cities to live in 2014

The Economist Intelligence Unit’s latest Worldwide Cost of Living survey reveals world’s cheapest and most expensive cities to live in this year. And 2014’s edition comes with some surprises. Singapore surpasses Tokyo, last year’s leader and becomes wo...
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A Travel Guide for Colour Lovers #Infographic

A Travel Guide for Colour Lovers #Infographic

Colours are part of our world and I for one try to always enjoy every season and every colour. I admit I didn’t think to associate though different colours to different places in this world. I received a few moments...
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