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Wanderlust travel stories
Abhishek Kumar from Gokarna is a mala seller at Kudle beach. He sells malas and ornaments. He has good convincing and selling skills. He has been doing this work from the last one year. His friends are at Kudle beach since eight years. Before this, Kumar used to work as a flower seller in different parts of Maharashtra like Shirdi, Manmad and Bhusawal.   He is not educated because his...
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Nongriat is a village in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya, in North eastern India. It is perhaps best known for its living root bridges; one an impressive double-decker suspension bridge called Jingkieng Nongriat. The village has three functional root bridges. These are crafted by hand, as the Khasi people have done in the Khasi Hills for centuries, intertwining and weaving together the aerial roots of banyan trees on...
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Paro is a small Himalayan town in the south west province of Bhutan which is home to the famous Taktshang or Tiger’s Nest. The town has a population of around 4500 people and is situated at an altitude of around 7,200 feet above sea level which is 2,200 metres. Paro also has the only International Airport in Bhutan and is the gateway to the country for the western world. Druk...
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If you’re looking for an offbeat beach along the south coast of Sri Lanka then Talalla beach is the place to travel. It is located around 15 kms from the district headquarters of Matara in the southern province of Sri Lanka. Talalla is one of those beaches which less than 15% travellers visit all year round.  The best way to reach Talalla is to take a bus to Matara and...
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While I was setting up to fly my drone and get an aerial view of what the place was. I met two Khasi men in their late 40s who walked up to me. Both were curious to know what was happening.  The one standing is Oliver and next to him is Michael. They wanted to be a part of the video and I was more than happy to have them...
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Solo travel is when someone travels alone. Travelling alone does not mean you’ll travel all alone, you can meet different people and make new friends. Travelling alone is fun plus you’ll get to know yourself better. Travelling solo for boys is easy when it comes to safety as compared to girls. They can go anywhere they want. But it could get bad if you don’t plan before leaving to your...
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Confidence may be explained as the feeling of trust in self and your ability. It is very important for mental health because it tells you your own worth. Confidence plays an important role in one’s success as it expands the ability to believe in your self and you can always see that confident people are always happy. If you’re not confident, travel can help you to boost your confidence. Now...
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This world works on money and money is what people are working for. To get enough from what one is doing one needs to reinvent oneself but what to do when you are short with less budget and wants to travel? Don’t worry  we have got your back. Here is the list of 10 best places and ways to visit when you are short on budget. 1.KASOL- MINI ISRAEL –...
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Hikkaduwa is just a stretch of beach along the southern coast of Galle in South Sri Lanka. But this small stretch of beach will leave you with some of the happiest memories from this island country.  So what makes Hikkaduwa worth the visit is the coral life which is literally less than 5 meters from the shore line. All you need to do is be mindful of the corals around...
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Backpacking means use of backpack or other luggage that is easy to carry for long period of time. It means getting out of your comfort zone, using public transport and staying in inexpensive lodging. Backpacking has plans like staying in camps and usually have minimum treks of 16 kms and if there is any child with you on a backpacking trip you can cut it to half. Meeting and talking...
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