Globally, women are identified as the group most at risk from pickpockets, thieves, and other anti-social elements while traveling. Wishing for a world where people won’t be douches to other people is..an empty wish. Therefore, it’s prudent for women travelers
Image Source : playbuzz.com Every traveler going to a foreign country would need a few basic and unavoidable things before flying off. Here we present to you a list of 8 important things that you need to take, while going
1. Tracks Tracks tells the real life story of a woman, her dog and 4 camels, who travels more than 2700 Km across the rugged, inhospitable badlands of the Australian outback, one of the most unforgiving environments in the world.
When thinking of Goa, the first thing that would come to your mind would be the beaches and the booze. We don’t blame you, that’s pretty much what most people going there know about. But there is a hidden side
Another revolution of the earth around the sun, and here we are at the end of the year. New year’s eve is a time for celebration with lights, sounds and insane partying and finishing it off in grand style. Let’s
Indian movie makers usually go for a grand effect and shoot movies at many locations all over the world and not just limit to artificially made movie sets. Song sequences especially, feature never before seen exotic locations. Let us take
In the previous article, we talked about how demonetization of Rs 500 & 1000 currency notes was the result of an economic warfare between India and Pakistan. Here, we’ll talk about how this move has affected the common people in
“Wherever you go, go with all your heart” – Confucius “Wherever you go, go with all your apps” – The modern, tech-savvy traveller For those who are constantly on the move, these 10 apps are literally your aid to capture
India is one of the cheapest countries to travel in the world. The average cost of travelling comfortably in India would cost ₹ 1600-1800 for a person per day when staying at decent hotels & eating food from good restaurants.
On 8th November 2016, The ruling NDA government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, boldly proclaimed the ban of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 note as legal tender by midnight the same day. This announcement came as a great surprise