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White haven beach , Australia
The last leg of our Australian trip was Airlie beach. It was a 10-hour overnight bus drive from Cairns for us. But the ride suited us as we left Cairns at midnight and reached Airlie at brunch time. While Airlie beach itself is quite beautiful, we were here to visit the world-famous White haven beach....
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12 Apostles, Australia
The Earth is beautiful and there are so many spots of unparalleled beauty on it that a lifetime of travel is short to accomplish those visits. Hence, humans came up with a list of top 10 for many categories, so that ordinary mortals can atleast see the best. One such category that amazes me is...
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Bandhavgarh- Jungles of MP
How could I miss this one in MP ( Madhya Pradesh, India) given that the density of tiger population at Bandhavgarh is one of highest known.  I had been to Pench, Tadoba, Kanha but Bandhavgarh was long pending in my list. And so, last October though I was supposed to go to Rajasthan, I twisted and...
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Play of light at Ranakpur Jain temples
Surprisingly Mishraji showed some excitement when I said, ‘Lets go to Ranakpur’, Probably because it was daylight and his nightmare of late night driving to Kumbhalgarh was over. Besides, we were going to one of the 5 most important temples of Jainism in India which also happened to serve good lunch, as per our Mishraji...
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Cinque Terre- Italian riviera by Travel Jaunts
Wish to get lost in some romantic remote coastal village at the Mediterranean? Welcome to Cinque Terre. Not just one, you have 5 such villages to choose from. Italy is no short of rugged coastline, romantic villages and pretty towns on the Mediterranean but famous five villages of Cinque Terre have become iconic in Italy....
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Udaipur
Maharana Udai Singh II, looked across the room, upon his self-portrait, hung on the other wall, while light fell thru the grilled wooden windows into the antechamber. The shades of blue walls, looking a bit wheatish as the cream daylight washed the walls, lifted his mood up. It was a tough year for him. It...
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This time I touched upon a few parts of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. My route was Bangalore to Nagpur, Nagpur to Katni, Katni to Bandhavgarh, Bandhavgarh to Ajmer, Ajmer to Pushkar, Pushkar to Kumbhalgarh, Kumbhalgarh to Udaipur, and Udaipur to Kota. 15 days long tour and Mishra ji descended into our lives as our driver...
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If you are up early one fine August morning by the Mara river, you will notice small specks rise rapidly through the green bushes along the stretch of the river you can see. Quite rapidly, those specks grow into hundreds, and then thousands and then they start growing bigger and bigger. Thousands of Wildebeest and...
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Traveling to Africa has been one of my long-term dreams come true. For last 3 years or so, I was researching on the same, checking for safari destination, costs and considering how to plan my African safari. But before I talk about this once in a lifetime East African safari adventure, let me start with...
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We were in a sullen mood a day before. Serengeti National Park  was turning out to be a real pain. First, it was such a huge park that one needs to drive for hours before one could see something crawling at a distance and hope it was a predator. Second, roads are fairly limited within...
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Yes..I am very much talking about the Oktoberfest which is held at Munich every year. The festival is visited by approx. 6 million people from across the world making it the largest in the world. This is one of those quintessential travel experiences for anyone who enjoys beer and partying. Coincidentally, I too was here last...
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The Splendid Waterfall (by Travel Jaunts)
This, is a bucket-list item. I just ticked it off last week. The remote Zanskar valley in Jammu & Kashmir (India) is connected to the rest of the world through the town of Kargil. In winters, when the high passes towards Kargil are unmanageable, the inhabitants of this region walk upon the frozen Zanskar River...
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Falaknuma Palace (Courtesy: Wikipedia)
Its time to prepare plans for 2018. I have always been very fond of Palaces and the richness they exude, with countless stories to tell about themselves and the people who built them. India has a terrific collection to choose from, and here is my personal list of absolute best in India. Traveling to see...
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Neuschwanstein Castle by Travel-Jaunts
Neuschwanstein – meaning the “new swan stone” castle is a huge tourist draw for Germany. Inspiring artists like Walt Disney, who modeled his “sleeping beauty” and “Cinderella” castles on it, the Neuschwanstein attracts 1.4M tourists every year. This makes it a must visit if you are in Germany, and an absolute must if you are...
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Santa Maria del Fiore, the cathedral
Firenze (or Florence, as we know it in English) is a huge marker for art and culture in our known history. Consider the names: Dante, Petrarch, Galileo, Michelangelo, Botticelli, Giotto, Banco, Donatello, Brunelleschi, Lippi, Alberti, Toscanelli, Amerigo Vespucci, Machiavelli, Raphael and even Leonardo da vinci . The who’s who of art, science, culture, and politics came...
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Siena by Travel Jaunts
Yes, our favorite place in Italy is not Florence but Siena. A medieval city in the Tuscany region surrounded by olive groves and vineyards of Chianti. Its romantic, it’s alluring and it’s captivating. Winding alleyways, tall stone colored country houses, cobblestone pathways and roadside restaurants with candle lights. Siena is indeed one of the most...
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Eagle's Nest
There are times when my 8.5-year-old son decides not to step out at all from the apartment during our travels. And then there are times when he gets up as early as 5 am during the holidays because he has read about World Wars and Hitler in his books and it becomes irresistible for him...
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Sudeep in St Peter's Square, Italy
Back from Sorrento, I landed up in Rome, and checked into of the best apartments I have ever stayed in. Beautiful, absolutely clean and what an amazing host. This apartment was in Vatican and very close to Cipro metro station (the subway station for your visit to Vatican) Metro Travel in Rome – Sightseeing The best...
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