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28 Jul 2016

Udaipur, Rajasthan: The Most Romantic City in India?

India isn’t a country generally associated with romance. It’s a hectic, adventurous, exciting and often unglamorous country to travel, but there are places where you can escape the “real India” for a while. Udaipur, an unapologetic tourist city, is one of those places. From the gentle hum of life by

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25 Jul 2016

A Rickshaw Tour of Chittorgarh Fort, India

After walking everywhere in Bundi, we did our legs a favour and hired a rickshaw to explore Chittorgarh Fort. This giant complex full of temples, palaces, gates and towers, which sits on a hill overlooking the city, is the perfect place to break up the journey between Bundi and Udaipur. Here’s a

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23 Jul 2016

Walking the Streets of Bundi, a (sort of) Laid-Back City in Rajasthan, India

You’re probably a little confused by the contradictory nature of this article’s title. Bundi is one of the most laid-back cities in India, but it is still in India, which means you can expect honking rickshaws, cows eating trash on the side of the road and a general chaotic buzz that

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18 Jul 2016

A Tigerless Tiger Safari in Ranthambore National Park, India

There comes a time in every child’s life when they need to hear the bubble bursting truths of the world. They eventually find out that Santa isn’t real, that they are not special and unique snow flakes, and, if their parents are smart, they’ll be told that tiger sightings are

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11 Jul 2016

Touring the Forts and Palaces in Jaipur, India’s Pink City

Jaipur, AKA the Pink City, sounds like it must be a fairly romantic and relaxing stop on the Rajasthan tourist trail. It is indeed pink (well, parts of it are), but it’s also a traffic choked metropolis which has seen better (and you’d imagine cleaner) days. Jaipur is home to some

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Europe on a budget: Rome, Italy
10 Jul 2016

Backpacking Europe on a Budget of Under $50 a Day: It Is Possible!

You won’t need to sleep on couches or at train stations to travel in Europe for under $50 a day. You won’t even need to skip attractions or eat plain rice 3 times a day — just follow these tips. Don’t be scared of cheap airlines Travelling on cost cutting airlines like

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