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India Travel Tips for Over-Confident Travelers

“Just go with the flow.” If anyone has ever given you tips for travel in India, you have likely heard this phrase. It means that unexpected things are bound to happen... Read More

Travel Post by Twenty-Something Travel on the 14-10-16


5 Reasons to Visit Hokkaido, Northern Japan

Picture a road that goes up and down until you lose sight of it. Both sides are covered with sunflowers and as the sun sets, the sky goes from clear blue... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 14-10-16


How to Stay Safe, Cool, and Illness-Free in India

India can certainly be overwhelming for first-time travelers. It’s complete sensory overload—loud noises; bright colors; various smells ranging from beautiful to horrid; enough spices to last a lifetime; and crumbling ruins,... Read More

Travel Post by Twenty-Something Travel on the 12-10-16


A Bow and a Pen: How to master Language Barriers in Japan

For me part of the fun of traveling is the friendly and happy mañana, mañana of Central America or the relaxed pole, pole of East Africa, which is so different from the strict organisation of... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 12-10-16


Why You Should Visit a Yoga Ashram in India

My foot is asleep. No, I take that back. My entire leg is asleep. A numb tingling sensation that reminds me of childhood gymnastics shoots upwards through my body. I’ve been sitting cross-legged... Read More

Travel Post by Twenty-Something Travel on the 11-10-16


So You Want to Hike Mount Fuji: A Guide

The first I saw Mount Fuji was on a sunny January morning from high in the sky. Jet lagged and slightly delirious, I was on a plane flying into Tokyo and gazing out... Read More

Travel Post by The Kay Days on the 10-10-16


World Nomad Games: A Sports Competition in the Kyrchyn Gorge

The yurt village at Kyrchyn, the venue for the cultural highlights of the 2016 World Nomad Games. I didn’t know what to expect when attending the second ever World Nomad Games... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 10-10-16


Scarlett in India

India Trip I’m looking at doing another train trip across India. The last train I took across Southern India (The Southern Splendor) was pretty fun. The train itself was a bit long-in-the-tooth,... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 09-10-16


Don’t Date a Girl Who Treks

She’s the girl with the uneven tanned body Scorched skin from the rays of the sun from trekking the high passes. She’s the girl with the high cut boots And a... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 08-10-16


Pic of the Week: Chang La Pass, India

This striking photo of a solo traveler walking along Chang La, a high mountain pass in Ladakh, India, was submitted by a member of the Solo Travel Society. The post Pic... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 07-10-16


Tiger’s Nest Monastery, Bhutan; Get it on your Bucket List!

The Tigers Nest, or Paro Taktsang, in Bhutan may just be the most amazing building on the entire planet. Seriously. In all my travels, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a... Read More

Travel Post by One Step 4ward on the 03-10-16


#CityAdventures Off the Beaten Track in Hong Kong

Looking for something different to do in Hong Kong? Everyone seems to do the same things in Hong Kong. They go up to Victoria Peak, take a ride on the Star... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 29-09-16


Song Kol Lake: Horse Trekking in Kyrgyzstan

We spent eight hours riding over these mountains There’s no end to the ways in which you can see a country. Boat, train, and bike have always been my favorites. Yet, after... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 27-09-16


10 Kyrgyzstan Travel Tips for Adventurous Travellers

I just finished 3 weeks of travel in Kyrgyzstan and it’s basically all I can talk about. This was my first time venturing into Central Asia and it was so different... Read More

Travel Post by That Backpacker on the 26-09-16


Top 7 Things to Do in China for Nature Lovers

Top 7 Things to Do in China for Nature Lovers originally appeared on Green Global Travel. Top 7 Things to Do inChina for Nature Lovers China is an incredible and enchanting country that... Read More

Travel Post by Green Global Travel on the 22-09-16


River Rafting Rishikesh, India – Way beyond my comfort zone

Rafting Rishikesh? I’d rather just do some driving Rishikesh! Umm, I’m more interested in taking pictures of it from dry land, I mumbled, unsure of how I was going to squirm out of... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 19-09-16


Mumbai Street Food: 10 Of The Best Things To Eat

Mumbai street food is as exciting as it is mouthwatering. Not only... The post Mumbai Street Food: 10 Of The Best Things To Eat appeared first on Migrationology - Food... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 17-09-16


Horse Trekking and Yurt Living in Song Kol Lake, Kyrgyzstan

It’s probably a good thing we were riding on horseback because the trek began after lunch; a very very big lunch, set in a yurt, with a spread that made it... Read More

Travel Post by That Backpacker on the 17-09-16


Ashok Vada Pav: $0.30 For The Most Amazing Vegetarian Burger

You’ll find a lot of delicious street food snacks in Mumbai. But perhaps... The post Ashok Vada Pav: $0.30 For The Most Amazing Vegetarian Burger appeared first on Migrationology - Food... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 05-09-16


Excellent Bombay Duck Fry at Gomantak (Must-Eat in Mumbai)

Bombay duck is not duck at all. But don’t worry… it’s still... The post Excellent Bombay Duck Fry at Gomantak (Must-Eat in Mumbai) appeared first on Migrationology - Food Travel... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 22-08-16


Amazing Parsi Food and History at Britannia & Co Restaurant

It was a dark rainy monsoon day in Mumbai when I walked over... The post Amazing Parsi Food and History at Britannia & Co Restaurant appeared first on Migrationology - Food... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 18-08-16


5 Tips on finding Cheap Flights from Vancouver to Hong Kong

A flight is the best and fastest way to travel among different countries. This is the reason why nearly all the travellers choose an international flight whenever they have to travel... Read More

Travel Post by Smiling Faces Travel Photos on the 28-07-16


Spicy Braised Hairtail Stew (갈치조림) at Seoul’s Hairtail Alley

You can smell Hairtail Alley before you see it; The aroma of spicy... The post Spicy Braised Hairtail Stew (갈치조림) at Seoul’s Hairtail Alley appeared first on Migrationology - Food Travel... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 25-07-16


Delicious Meal at Seoul’s Dongdaemun Grilled Fish Street

In Seoul, some of the best meals you’ll eat are at restaurants located down walking side streets. Just a five... The post Delicious Meal at Seoul’s Dongdaemun Grilled Fish Street... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 03-07-16


Gwangjang Market: Awesome Korean Street Food in Seoul

If you love Korean food, you don’t want to miss eating your way through Gwangjang Market in Seoul. It’s one... The post Gwangjang Market: Awesome Korean Street Food in Seoul... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 29-06-16


Pench Tree Lodge – Living Mowgli’s life

Pench Tree Lodge has been on my mind ever since I found out about it’s opening in February this year. I’ve been wanting to discover the park and couldn’t wait to... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 18-06-16


The 10 Best Meals I Ate in Japan (That weren’t Sushi)

I went to Japan for one major reason: to eat. As I admitted before, last time I visited Japan I didn’t have quite the appreciation for food that I do now. This... Read More

Travel Post by Twenty-Something Travel on the 25-05-16


5 Instagrammers Who Will Make You Want To Go To Japan

How do you choose your travel destinations? For me, a lot of the times, where I go depends a lot on how much it costs to get there. Cheap flights to... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 25-05-16


Philadelphia State of Mind

For an L.A. girl, Philadelphia beckons with the charms of time – stratums of culture, history, beauty – that result in a city pulsating with energy. Sure, sunshine, palm trees and... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 22-05-16


10 Reasons Why It’s Time to Go Back to Nepal

Each of us has a country we’ve visited which did a little more than just steal our hearts. For me, Nepal goes deeper than any other country. Maybe it’s something to... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 22-05-16