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The First Journey is with your Demons
By November 23, 2017 4 Comments Read More →

The First Journey is with your Demons

Well for some it might be an epiphanous event that happens one day, for me it was much less a bolt of lightning in a thunderstorm, more a drip drip drip on a drizzly month in March . After considering this deeply for the last few weeks I have come to the conclusion that it has actually […]

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Dubai Budget Sightseeing

Dubai Budget Sightseeing

In our last post we covered the basic costs of visiting Dubai on a budget, here we tell you how you can have fun Dubai Sightseeing without breaking your budget. Dubai Budget Sightseeing: Deira Old Town The Dubai Museum  and the adjacent  Grand Mosque of Dubai began our cheap sightseeing day.  The museum entrance fee […]

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Lucknow: Is it worth a Look?

Lucknow: Is it worth a Look?

Lucknow to Varanasi? After reluctantly leaving Varanasi, we would have liked to have stayed another night or so in this special and spiritual place, two nights just wasn’t enough but we needed to be in New Delhi in a few days time to meet our driver to start our tour of Rajasthan. We had already booked our train tickets […]

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Sightseeing Around New Delhi
By January 5, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Sightseeing Around New Delhi

Sightseeing around New Delhi New Delhi has been our first big city in India (we had visited Chennai, but this was more of a stopover) and it has been a real surprise.  The first is that with the exception of key junctions and parts in the very centre of town, the traffic runs quite smoothly, especially on the […]

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India Travel: Things to do in Mysore
By December 26, 2012 3 Comments Read More →

India Travel: Things to do in Mysore

Mysore, or Mysuru as it’s also known, is in the state of Karnataka.  If you haven’t visited Mysore before, we think it’s worth including on your India travel itinerary. The city is rich in heritage with many royal palaces, interesting colonial buildings, a choice of temples, churches and mosques to satiate any religious creed and […]

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