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Wanderlust travel stories

Humans of Wanderlust #18: Meinu from Tamu

Meinu is from Tamu village in Burma. He is 28 years old. He has a business of selling local items like handcraft, food and snack items. His shop is right outside the AungDawMu monastery in Tamu. He has been doing this business for five years. Earlier, he was a labourer in the Indo-Myanmar market which is...
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Ferry forest Pulga

8 Benefits of travelling alone

What does travelling alone mean? For a lot of us, it means to spend a considerable amount of time with yourself which is very rare in today’s presumptuous world. You introspect into your life – “Sometimes you find yourself in the middle of nowhere and sometimes in the middle of nowhere you find yourself.” We don’t...
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Fun time in Parvati Valley

10 Things to never do in Parvati Valley

Here’s a list of things to avoid while backpacking around the Hippie Parvati Valley. Over the last few years, things in the valley have started to change drastically and a lot of law and order has come into the place. Given below is a list of things you should avoid doing while in the Hippie paradise....
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How to apply for a Sri Lankan visa? 5 Easy Steps

Applying for a visa to Sri Lanka is simple, easy and it is online. A visa can also still be obtained on arrival at BIA Colombo for $5 extra, but having an ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization) visa means a swifter exit from the immigration process. Please follow the steps as given below: Table of Contents Visa...
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Laitlum Canyon

Laitlum Canyon Ridge, the perfect outing in Meghalaya

Laitlum Canyon is one of the must-visit places when you come to Shillong. Located in the East Khasi Hills of Shillong, Laitlum Canyon is a little-explored haunt of the mountainous state of Meghalaya. Laitlum translates to ‘end of hills’ and this sublimely beautiful hilltop appears to be true to its name. At Laitlum, from all one...
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Yolo cafe bar

Camping tips and tricks one must know of

Camping is amazing, but it’s certainly not a walk in the park. Measures must be taken in diligence and dedication, lest the camping trip goes for a toss. Nevertheless, there are some issues that most campers need to be aware of. Tackling these issues with solutions that may seem expensive or inwardly non-existent. Crafty ways to...
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Hrtc local bus

Parvati Valley Bus Timings | Bhutnar – Kasol – Manikaran

While planning a trip to Parvati Valley the biggest hassle travellers find is getting the correct bus from Bhuntur to Kasol and most of the times travellers end up falling prey to the Taxi drivers tricks and end up spending a huge amount for a journey which will barely cost a fraction if you take the...
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Rickshaw in Imphal

Humans of Wanderlust: Chochi, Tamu

Chochi belongs to Tamu village in Myanmar. He is 29 years old and does auto driving to help his family financially. Being the eldest son in the family, he has a responsibility to support his family in bad times. Due to this, he couldn’t finish his education and became a rickshaw driver at 24. He has...
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Backpacking to Dawki

Backpacking: Explained

‘Backpacking’ as a term often means outdoor recreation of carrying gear on one’s back while hiking. Backpackers generally travel for a longer period of time by travelling locally and staying at cost-effective locations. Generally, they prefer homestays because it lets them experience the fascination of a tourist while feeling the comfort of a local. It also...
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20 Fun & unique things to do in Parvati Valley

Here's a list of some interesting things that you can do while in Parvati Valley the Hippie capital of Himachal Pradesh. 1. The village of taboos Malana is considered as one of the oldest democracies in the world. The villagers believe that they have pure Aryan genes and that they are descendants of Alexander the Great's...
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Things to do around Negombo, Sri Lanka

Negombo is a small beach town located around 8 km from the international airport enroute to the capital city of Colombo. Negombo is an excellent place to set up base either while on your first day or last day in Sri Lanka. The town serves as a perfect gateway to the airport. Here are a few...
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Shillong to Riwai: The Thrilling journey

Shillong is the capital of Meghalaya as well as the district headquarters of East Khasi Hills District. Shillong is the only hill station in the country that is accessible from all sides. The name Shillong is derived from U-Shyllong, a powerful deity situated at an altitude of 1,491 m above sea level. This beautiful city is...
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Kashid beach

Why beach camping is good for you

Over the years gone by, camping is often considered excessively painstaking and physically enduring way to explore or in some cases relax in areas unknown to the common man. With that said, most people tend to stray away from camping and altogether set out to relax at resorts, contemplating on the harsh weekdays they’ve slogged over....
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20 Essentials to carry while backpacking Sri Lanka

Here is a checklist of things to pack while backpacking to the island country of Sri Lanka which is located in the Indian Ocean. The below checklist is ideal for anyone backpacking for a duration of six days to 25 days.   Table of ContentsSri Lanka Documents:Sri Lanka Travelling gear:Clothing:Personal:Accessories:Medical: Sri Lanka Documents: – Passport. (10 Copies)...
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Oranges being sold in tamu

Humans of Wanderlust #18: Savitri, Tamu

Savitri is 59 years old. Her ancestors belong to Morang district in Nepal but she is born and brought up in Tamu, Myanmar. She knows Hindi and Burman language. After getting married to a Burman man, she is handling the business of her in-laws family. The Dhaba is located in Tamu bazaar. In her family, she...
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Kutch Gujarat

Ahmedabad to Rann of Kutch: The Fun journey

Gujarat is a better state than other western states of India. It has better transport connectivity to inner parts of the state, good roads and transportation rules and regulations.   Ahmedabad Ahmedabad has many things to offer you from heritage walk which consists of 2 km that will take you to old Ahmedabad heritage monuments. A...
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Tosh morning bill settlement

How to save money for a trip

Motive to travel primarily starts with deciding upon where you want to travel and what kind of experience you are looking at before you start planning your trip. Just remember whatever your travel budget is, it’s always better to have a plan in place. Commit to travel plan and then: Reduce your expenses. Lead a simple...
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Shillong Meghalaya valley view

The journey: Shillong to Laitlum Canyon Ridge

Located at a height of 1496 metres above sea-level, Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya, is a great destination that fits the dream of nature lovers and adventure seekers. The picturesque landscape of the hill station earns it the name the ‘Scotland of East’. On Khasi Hills, the colourful city offers adventurous outdoor activities such as rock...
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Kelve beach

Kelve: Why winter camping is ideal 

Camping is a way of life for many and great fun. At Kelve, the beach, the suru trees and the winter air add to the magic in the months of October, November, December, January and February too. Here are some reasons to head to Yolo Kelve and have a camp to remember. 1. Fewer crowd at...
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Humans of Wanderlust: KB Thapa, Shillong

KB Thapa is a 51-year-old who served 19 years in the Indian Army. He belongs to Guwahati and by profession is a woodcraft maker. All the items in his shop are made by him. He has a wife and three kids, one son and two daughters. They all live in Shillong. He is married to a...
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Dawki camping

12 Brilliant evening travel habits

While backpacking we always are so caught up with all that’s happening around us, that we forget to do the very basic things and end up playing catch on the rest of our holiday. Here’s a list of some must-dos: Table of Contents Evaluate your day when you travel Write down things Plan for the next...
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Shillong sumo travel

Guwahati to Shillong: The journey

Guwahati is known as the Gateway to the North East. The city is known for its markets, food, people, temples and many more things. Guwahati, the capital city of the northeastern state of Assam, was formerly known as Pragjyotishpur (the City of Eastern Light). Its etymological root is derived from two Assamese words, “Guwa,” meaning areca...
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Phones every traveller must consider opting for when on a budget

To start off, travelling is now a whole lot easier given the technological advancements in various fields. With that being said, as millennials we can’t seem to get by any day without our phones, making it difficult to live without one. Who can blame us, when that single block of silicone magic can accomplish tasks which...
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Humans of Wanderlust #16: Prahan Ghosh – Kaziranga

Prahan Chandra Ghosh is 57 years old and has served for 23 years in Assam tourism. Belonging to the Kohora village in Kaziranga, he studied a course in tourism and got placed in Guwahati, Assam. He didn’t like the city because he mentions it’s too fast and brutal for people like him. “Every farm kid, finds...
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Dubai Frame: A Must-Visit Destination for Tourists in Dubai

Dubai is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, known for its stunning architecture, luxurious shopping, and breathtaking views. One of the best places to take in the beauty of Dubai is from the top of the Dubai Frame. In this article, we will explore the places to view from Dubai Frame and...
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Exploring the Wonders of Kennedy Space Centre: History and Activities

The Kennedy Space Centre in Florida is one of the most exciting and fascinating attractions for anyone who has a passion for space exploration and the wonders of the universe. This sprawling complex, located on Merritt Island, is the launch site for many of NASA’s historic missions, including the Apollo lunar landing program and the Space...
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Hampi land of boulders

Ten tips for a great Instagram travel profile

Have you been posting lot of Instagram photos and not getting noticed? Did you always want comments and shares but didn’t get them. Follow these tips to make your Instagram profile vibrant and interesting. 1. Use your stock camera apps  Unlike the Instagram camera app, your inbuilt phone camera application can help you click images in...
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Explore Amsterdam’s Rich Culture with Heineken Experience and Rijksmuseum Tickets

Amsterdam is a city that never ceases to amaze visitors with its rich cultural heritage, iconic landmarks, and unique experiences. Two of the most popular attractions in the city are the Heineken Experience and Rijksmuseum, both of which offer visitors a chance to learn more about Amsterdam’s fascinating history and culture. If you’re planning a trip...
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Mudh Spiti valley

Painful truths about life you’ll realise after a solo trip

This is a post which honestly only those who have actually travelled solo will be able to relate to. If you haven’t, don’t even bother reading beyond this line, it’s a pure waste of your time. Table of Contents Life is short Solo = A lot more ME time needed! Life needs to be more productive...
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Leh to Nubra Valley: The journey

What comes to your mind when you hear the word Nubra Valley? Probably a majestic and beautiful valley? Nubra Valley is a valley of massive mountains and shiny rivers with a beautiful picturesque view. People come to Nubra Valley just to get cut out from the outer world, because it’s a peaceful paradise which has all...
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