How to Travel Like a Travel Writer

How to Travel Like a Travel Writer

The Florida Keys are calling. No, I’m not a Hemingway wannabe, but I am an admirer of his works. Last year funds were dwindling and stressors were eating at me. I was in need of an inexpensive vacation. The time had come. I switched gears...
How To Discover Yourself in the World of Travel?

How To Discover Yourself in the World of Travel?

The story was originally published here When the world is broad and massive, I tried to focus on something small— the raw and local culture. No, I didn’t take that trip to Thailand to feel enlightened, neither did I backpack with no safety insurance in...
A Million Year Old Journey…

A Million Year Old Journey…

The story was originally published here Hominid Trackway at Laetoli (1992–1998)Photo: https://www.getty.edu/conservation/our_projects/field_projects/laetoli/laetoli1.html Imagine being part of a civilization few thousand years back. How do you think you would have travelled from one region to another? How did the ancient minds think? How did they meet...
Holy Sanctuary of the Black Madonna Tindari — Lifetime Traveller

Holy Sanctuary of the Black Madonna Tindari — Lifetime Traveller

Conquer the sacred land of Tindari. If Rome has the Vatican and St. Peter’s Basilica, Sicily has Tindari and the Sanctuary of the Black Madonna. Apart from the best granita, Sicily also has other things to offer. After the escapade to the Sulphur Mud Baths,...
Looking for a cure to wanderlust amidst the pandemic?

Looking for a cure to wanderlust amidst the pandemic?

A young French aristocrat from the 18th Century might have a solution for you  International traveling has been put on halt since the beginning of the year, with countries imposing different levels of travel bans and closing its doors to international travel. Many people have...
How to Embrace the Concept of Slow Travel

How to Embrace the Concept of Slow Travel

The key to multicultural engagement, immersion, and adaptation.  Eurothon-noun. A trip to Europe that is part-vacation and part-marathon due to the demands of a jam-packed itinerary in an attempt to see everything within a relatively short period of time. Coined by me and my cousins,...
Travel Is Not About Where You Go — It’s a Celebration of Life Itself

Travel Is Not About Where You Go — It’s a Celebration of Life Itself

Maybe it’s a reaction to the slow continuing churn of lockdowns, travel restrictions and the imminent end of summer, but I’ve been on a Parts Unknown binge this week, the travel show hosted by the charismatic and tragically late Anthony Bourdain. Naturally I began my...
The Unconventional Way I Saved $15k In 6 Months to Travel the World

The Unconventional Way I Saved $15k In 6 Months to Travel the World

It included many sleepless nights and a lot of self-control. I was 22-years-old. I had just graduated from college and was beginning my “adult” life in Washington, D.C. I began bartending at one of D.C’s top nightlife spots, a calculated move I had been planning...
4 Things You Discover When you Solo Travel for the First Time

4 Things You Discover When you Solo Travel for the First Time

In the Days Before the ‘Rona, we freely enjoyed activities such as going to the gym, dining in restaurants, and drinking at bars. Pondering on these seemingly distant experiences, I reflect on the travel plans that millions of others and I have placed on indefinite...
Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

The honest opinion of an immigrant in New Zealand. Let me welcome you to my life. I am a 40-year-old Irish woman who was born in Dublin, Ireland until I decided to leave in 2015. I remember having a dream when I was 17 where...
How The World of Travel Will Change After COVID-19

How The World of Travel Will Change After COVID-19

What the future holds as the world begins to hit the resume button. While I write this at the Toronto Pearson International Airport, I can spot only 7 bodies sitting and wearing their masks in the already empty airport. When typically the airport sees thousands...
Covid Traveling is Anything But Routine

Covid Traveling is Anything But Routine

We escaped New Orleans because it no longer had the things we loved about it. Instead of live music, bars, festivals, and a collection of quirky locals, it‘s left with hurricanes, crime, humidity, poor infrastructure, and unemployed service industry folks. But what bothered me most...
Travel in the Times of Corona — a Journey Back and Forth

Travel in the Times of Corona — a Journey Back and Forth

Going on a 3-week trip at the peak of a world pandemic was a bad idea but an interesting experience. This is a brief of what it was like, traveling and changing our plans, as news unfolded and borders were shut down.  Before leaving for...
Moving to Canada during COVID-19

Moving to Canada during COVID-19

Dealing with COVID-19 is already a massive problem for the world; and I, somehow, concluded that it was a good idea to move to a new country amid all the uncertainties.  Growing up watching Bollywood movies, I, like many other 90s kids had fantasized about...
The Immigration Process for Canada during COVID

The Immigration Process for Canada during COVID

With bans on international flights and increasing corona cases all over the world, the immigration process for Canada has changed drastically as compared to a few months ago. In this article, I go through my experience of the whole process and answer your most important...
My top 9 tips for travelling to Canada during Coronavirus Pandemic

My top 9 tips for travelling to Canada during Coronavirus Pandemic

I recently moved to Canada and that too when COVID was at the peak in my home country. I made a few mistakes but learnt a lot through the process. In this article, I will tell you my top 9 tips for travelling to Canada...
Five things to remember while traveling during COVID-19

Five things to remember while traveling during COVID-19

2020 will be remembered forever in the history of mankind for the Covid-19 pandemic, just as 1918 is remembered for the Spanish Flu. It has affected every living being on the planet and will continue even after a vaccine is found. While the lockdowns have...
Singapore Travel Bucket List

Singapore Travel Bucket List

How to Spend 4 Days in Dubai

How to Spend 4 Days in Dubai

What you need in a dream destination is everything at the UAE's contemporary city of Dubai. Either you think of the world's tallest freestanding structure or the largest indoor theme park, Dubai has got you covered. It boasts an array of unique and innovative attractions...
Skyros : Like an Aegean poem

Skyros : Like an Aegean poem

The famous Greek whiter Yiorgos Theotokas wrote when he arrived in Skyros that “each new island frees me from the things I left and yet it helps me to understand them and make them mine forever”. Skyros is a wonderful island and a place that...
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