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14 surprising facts about Cambodia you should learn today

Cambodia always sounded like something out of this world and after I spent some time here, I realized that they have a very different way of doing things compared to the ways I’m used to. Despite all the differences, Cambodia remains one of my favorite destinations because of the things I saw and learned there. …

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13 common traveler scams in Southeast Asia and how to avoid them

As you might be guessing from the title, this article is about the most common traveler scams in Southeast Asia. Southeast Asia is filled with beautiful places that attract thousands of tourists every year and the region is generally safe, but just like every other touristy region in the world, there are a lot of …

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Dangerous travel stories: How sleeping in saved my life

We woke up early in the morning. It was a beautiful day and it seemed like the sun rays were tickling the clouds. Even though it was summer, it was still pretty cold and it kept getting even colder as we were approaching Pangong Tso. This lake was one of the main reasons to visit …

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What is life like in India: Here are 9 important life lessons I learned as an expat living in india

I spent one year in India, mostly living in Delhi, but I also traveled around a lot. And traveling is the world’s greatest teacher. Following the premise ‘the best life-changing decisions are made without overthinking, I booked my flight after passing the job interview and I was on my way. I spent a year of …

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The best of Kashmir: Snowy mountains, majestic valleys and a lot more

After spending a few days in the majestic city of Leh, we started planning on how to continue to Nubra Valley and the Pangong Tso lake. Our budget was rather limited because we got robbed on the road to Leh. However, our passion for adventure was stronger than our financial situation and we wanted to …

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Kashmir travel stories: Dangerous roads, robbery and wuthering heights

After spending a couple of days in the lovely city of Srinagar, we decided it’s time to continue our Kashmir travel adventure. We wanted to take the cheapest way to go, and according to the internet that was the local bus. However, after speaking to the boat owner in the boat that we were staying …

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Srinagar tourism: Exploring the winter version of Venice under the Indian Himalayas

Also known as the “Alpine Switzerland” of the East, Kashmir has always been India’s paradise and much more than a mere place. It has the quality of an experience, or a state of mind, perhaps even an ideal. I say this because, unfortunately, Kashmir remains to this day a matter of territorial dispute between India …

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9 ways to recognize ladyboys in Thailand

A Ladyboy or Katoey (in Thai) is a transgender or a transsexual and most of them are based in tourist neighborhoods. There are ladyboys in most bars here because simply put, it’s much easier for women to earn more money in these areas. People from South-East Asia have some very specific physical predispositions that allow …

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Things to do in Hanoi Vietnam: a story about the city of lakes, bikes and beautiful chaos

Are you looking for some suggestions about things to do in Hanoi (Vietnam), money-saving tips, food suggestions, and useful information about the city and the local people? You’re at the right place!   Hanoi and bikes, still a better love story than Twilight Before visiting Hanoi, I heard that the city has 8 million residents …

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Delhi Travel Guide: The City You Need To Hate In Order To Start Loving It

When most people visit India, their first stop is either Delhi or Mumbai. Therefore, the first impressions about the country come from these two cities and we all know there’s no second chance for first impressions. Delhi, which is well worthy of its famous nickname ‘Mini India’ is the perfect place to get your first …

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