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Quit Your Job and Travel the World – I have come across this statement on numerous travel blogs. Every alternate day I will read someone explaining how awesome it is to leave cubicle life and set off on travel. How they hated their job and now they are on a roll. I am sure it must be a great experience. However not...

Exactly one year ago when we celebrated the second birthday for this blog, I was unsure about the coming year. I wanted to continue writing travelogues but it wasn’t working out as planned and expected. Hence there were several mentions about the future of the blog in my last year’s post  along with the concerns about...

Though I don’t like to take group tour of longer duration where I will have to follow a fixed plan set by organizer, small group tours are always fun. They are good chance to meet new people specially when you are traveling solo. Even if you don’t connect with other group members, you always have a guide to talk. I...

USA is one country which doesn’t need any introduction. The country is huge and diverse. One of the most developed countries in the world has a lot of things to offer for visitors. I was there for 2 weeks and visited 4 cities on east coast of country so my experiences are based  on these cities which may be different...

Continued from Part 2 Chapter 4: Review A day before your actual start date, you should review your entire plan one more time. Make sure dates are matching on all your bookings(flight tickets/bus tickets/ hotel vouchers) as per your plan. Also read about custom rules of the specific country and make sure you are not...

Continued from Part 1 Chapter 3 : Preparation Once you have finalized your country of travel, the next part would be to start the preparation. The first phase of preparation is getting the visa. If you are visiting a country where you need to get visa beforehand then get it as early as possible. Make a checklist of...

Preface : I had received many emails/comments from readers who have decided to take a step out of country but not sure where and how to start. After having some overseas travel experience, I thought I would be able to give some pointers. This series of posts is specifically targeted for those people who want to plan...

Surprise Surprise :). Indian passport holders do not need any visa to enter Hong Kong as a tourist for 14 days. In fact they do not even stamp your passport at immigration.  You can just land up at Hong Kong with your passport and an address to stay in Hong Kong. Immigration is really quick and for me it lasted for 1...

Travel During This Summer At Cheaper Rates Finally summer has reached your doorstep. Most of you must be planning a wonderful summer vacation as it is more or less has become the part and parcel in one’s life. Travelling is also as important as anything else in your life. It keeps you lively, gets you updated with...

The complexity involved in getting visa to most of the countries for Indian passport holders, makes last-minute plans a difficult task. Arranging all the required documents, considerable turn around time at embassy plus time required for sending the application and then receiving passport back adds up to a longer...