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Fascinating Hill Stations Near Delhi

Fascinating Hill Stations Near Delhi

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Delhi, the capital city of India, is a very popular tourist destination. It is rapidly witnessing growth as a tourist attraction-  enthralling national as well as international travelers. Enjoying the perfect weekend break in enchanting and awe-inspiring places is certainly a rising trend in the metro cities today. The comprehensive list of places to visit near Delhi is an exciting mix of hill stations, religious places, historical towns, heritage and archaeological sites. Of these, hill stations near Delhi are the most prominent.   Here are Some of the Top Hill Stations Near Delhi: Manali, Himachal Pradesh Manali is an astoundingly beautiful hill station nestled in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh near the northern end of the Kullu Valley. This cute hill town is spread along the bank
13 Amazing, Cheap, and FUN Hostels in Tokyo (Updated 2019)

13 Amazing, Cheap, and FUN Hostels in Tokyo (Updated 2019)

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Posted: 5/18/2019 | May 18th, 2019 Tokyo is one of the most expensive cities in the world. But there are still amazing and affordable hostels in Tokyo where you can stay and lower your costs! Like Tokyo itself, the hostels here are clean, arty, and have lots of charm. A lot of them are super trendy with beautiful décor. Wi-Fi is standard, and many will have cooking facilities too. Beds generally cost between 2,000 and 5,000 JPY ($18-45 USD) per night. They host events, serve a ton of tea, and have little cubbies you can sleep in. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing stay or to party the night away, the city has something for everyone! Tokyo does hostels right! To help you plan your trip, here is my list of 13 hostels in Tokyo that I like the most.  1. Khaosan Tokyo Origami This hos
Fun Holiday Ideas to Consider in Florida

Fun Holiday Ideas to Consider in Florida

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Heading to the sunny US state of Florida for the holidays this year? While there’s nothing wrong with hanging out in the sand and sun all day, there are many holiday events that look too fun to pass up.    Here are some Fun Activities to Consider Doing in the Winter Holidays in Florida: ICE! In Orlando Even if you’re visiting Florida to escape the ice and snow, you may miss the elements of winter as the holidays approach. If you’re in Orlando, head to the Gaylord Palms Hotel to see how they celebrate the holidays. The exhibit, which is a display carved out of ice, is kept solid and cold at 9 degrees. You’ll definitely want to bundle up as you take a ride on the ice slides, but it’s a chilly experience you will never forget, even if you do like to be in a state where there’s snow and ic
Can You Teach English Abroad Without a TEFL? (Updated 2019)

Can You Teach English Abroad Without a TEFL? (Updated 2019)

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Posted: 5/18/2019 | May 18th, 2019 Whether you’re wanting to kick-start a new career or to just work a short-term job until you have enough money to travel again, teaching English abroad is an option that allows you to do all those things. I taught English abroad for two years and it was one of the best experiences I had. It taught me a lot about myself and the world around me. But how do you teach overseas? Most would-be ESL (English as a Second Language) teachers obtain what’s known as a TEFL certificate before they begin their job hunt. But is that really necessary? This is a question I’m asked a lot (especially since I don’t have a TEFL yet I taught in two countries). Can you teach English abroad without having a TEFL certificate? In this post, we’ll examine whether it’s a requir
Guide For an Awesome Trip to Sweden

Guide For an Awesome Trip to Sweden

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The land of the north and the country where everyone has blonde hair and blue eyes - welcome to Sweden. Question is, does everyone really have blonde hair and blue eyes? If you ask the Swedes themselves they will laugh at you and say no - with a big emphasize on the no, but the rest of the world has no issues seeing the common theme here. Am I right? But enough of that, let's break down some facts about Sweden. Sweden is one of four countries that belongs to Scandinavia with a small population of roughly 10 million. As you probably know, most countries in Europe have their own unique language, nonetheless Sweden. They speak Swedish, and you may have heard energetic party people raise their glass to yell "skål!" which means "cheers!". Being located in Europe, traveling to other European
Must Knows: Survival Tips Before Traveling to Iran

Must Knows: Survival Tips Before Traveling to Iran

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Planning on traveling to Iran? Here's an extensive list of 7 tips you must know before heading to Iran. So, after all that searching for an amazing destination, you have now booked a flight to Iran and are excited to discover the country. Looking for basic advices?   Here’s a list of Iran travel tips that will help you: Local dress code is not as strict as media tells you: Although observation of hijab is necessary in public places according to the Iran law, there is a good deal of variety for it. In Tehran, adult ladies typically wear a manteau or a long blouse along with a scarf on their head, and of course trousers, jeans or leggings. No need to overdress, just give it a good once-over cover. Gentlemen should avoid wearing shorts, boxers, and sleeveless shirts.   Money problem The o
Your First Time in Rome Guide

Your First Time in Rome Guide

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Rome is a fantastic city and is probably on everyone’s itinerary who visits Italy or Europe for the first time. The city is full of historical sights, big and popular ones, but also countless more. The real question is, which sights should you make sure not to miss, and what are lesser known ones worth adding to your itinerary, without creating a jam-packed trip that ends in chaos? There are definitely ways to find a good mix of the big popular sights, adding a few more special ones in-between, and still making space for time by yourself, exploring the city on your own. With Monograms Travel I was surprised to find an “un” tour operator who provides exactly this. So I went with them to Rome and actually pretty much did the kind of trip that I would also have done by myself, with the on
Ideas For A Fun Weekend In New York

Ideas For A Fun Weekend In New York

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New York is a wonderful and incredibly diverse city with so much to see and so many places to go that no matter how long you stayed, you would probably never run out of interesting things to do. However, if all you have time (and/or money) for is a weekend in the Big Apple, here are a few fun ideas to make the most of your quick trip.   Things to Do on Your New York City Weekend Trip  Explore The Spooky Side Of The City Book a trip with ghost tour and discover a darker side of the city you may not have known about before. The neighborhood of Greenwich Village in Lower Manhattan is probably best known for its artsy, jazzy, bohemian vibe, but what you may not be aware of is that it is also an area known for its paranormal activity. The town has a rich and fascinating history full of stra
Rediscovering the Lost Art of Travel in 2019

Rediscovering the Lost Art of Travel in 2019

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Posted: 5/16/2019 | May 16th, 2019 Seth Kugel is the former Frugal Traveler columnist for the New York Times and author of the new Rediscovering Travel: A Guide for the Globally Curious, from which this is adapted. I’ve known him for years and our travel philosophy dovetails a lot. I read his book last year and thought “If I were ever to write a book on the state of the travel industry, this is the book I would write!” It’s a great book and today, Seth excerpted part of the book for us! Stenciled in white block letters on a dreary cement wall in Mezöberény, a tidy but fraying town of twelve thousand in the hyperbolically named Great Hungarian Plain, appeared the word: SZESZFÖZDE Hours earlier, in the overcast predawn hours of a nippy January day, I had stumbled off the Bucharest-to-Buda
Planning a Trip to Colonial Williamsburg

Planning a Trip to Colonial Williamsburg

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If you are a history buff, if you’re the type who likes to learn new things while on vacation, or if you’re simply looking for a unique destination for your next trip, you should definitely consider staying a few days at Colonial Williamsburg. It is one of the most famous living history museums in the world, and is located in the American state of Virginia. Here you can see actors dressed in historically accurate period costumes depict what daily life was like in the 18th century.   Read on for some tips on how to plan your trip: Book a Tour One of the first things you should do is book a tour. History is all well and good, but it becomes twice as fun and exciting when it involves ghosts and stories about the supernatural. Williamsburg is one of the oldest cities in Virginia, and throu
Unique Places to Visit in Virginia

Unique Places to Visit in Virginia

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Virginia is located on the East Coast of the United States and bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on one side, and the Appalachian Mountains on another.  As such, it is a unique destination that has something to offer every type of traveler. If you are planning a visit to the Old Dominion soon, here are a few unique places you should include on your itinerary.   A Few Places to Add to Your Virginia Trip Itinerary Colonial Williamsburg Colonial Williamsburg is a living history museum and historic district that attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. If you’re interest in learning about what life was like in the United States during the Colonial period, look no further than this quaint old town, where many of the buildings’ foundations date all the way back to the 18th century
Glorious Reasons to Visit Peru

Glorious Reasons to Visit Peru

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Peru is a large country in South America. Natural beauty, history and culture are three of Peru's best features! From the Miraflores tourist resorts in Lima to the ancient Incan world in Cusco -  Peru offers some of the best preserved ancient history to explore and amazing landscapes to see. In other words, there is so much to see and do!   Here Are a Few Activities to Add to Your Peruvian Itinerary  1. To Discover The Ancient World  The Incas and Quechuans left behind an abundance of ancient history in Peru. Unfortunately, much of it was destroyed at the time of the Spanish invasion.    Machu Picchu  It's well known that one of the main reasons tourists visit Peru is to see the incredible Machu Picchu. Fortunately it remained undiscovered by the Spanish Inquisition. It still remained
Tourist Attractions to Visit in Bangalore

Tourist Attractions to Visit in Bangalore

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Bangalore, “The Electronic Capital of India” is a pretty touristy destination for art lovers, history lovers and nature lovers alike. If you haven’t already had the chance to visit this marvel city, take a trip to Bangalore.   Here are some of the places in Bangalore that should be on your list: 1. Bangalore Palace The palace was initially acquired by the British officials from Rev.Garrett in 1873 AD, which was later purchased by the Maharaja of Mysore in 1884. The palace manifests Tudor style architecture with fortified towers, battlements and turrets. The delicately crafted wooden carvings and about 30,000 paintings are the highlights of the palace.     2. Bangalore Fort Bangalore Fort, also known as “Tipu’s Fort” was built by Kempe Gowda, the founder of Bangalore in 1537. The Islami

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