Guides from our travels

Day-to-day details & all costs of our trips

Postal Stamps Memorabilia
Make a memory of every place you visit by getting a postal stamp from local post office

Do's, don'ts, advice, how-to's

Archive for December, 2014

  • December 17, 2014
    The countries with the best public wifi are…

    Travelers love wifi hotspots and with a growing number of public hotspots in the world, it is extremely useful for business and leisure travelers because they do not have to pay for international mobile data. But connectivity and quality of public wifi networks comes at low speeds and unavailability because of technical reasons. Moreover, the […]

  • December 16, 2014
    Visas & passports – a rogue guide

    Reposted from Guru’s original post Given the number of questions about visas and requests for detailed notes I have had over the last few years of my travels, I should have written this note ages ago. My observations here stem from my own personal experience, ranging from the delightful to the tortuous, at embassies & […]

  • December 11, 2014
    Make extra cash while traveling by carrying others’ packages

    How would you like to make extra money while traveling? We have all heard that and there are many ways to do that. Peer-to-peer services like Uber and Airbnb allow you to make some extra cash in your town, and now a new startup called Carry takes on the courier and package shipping industry to […]

  • December 4, 2014
    10 gorgeous places in Iceland that should not be missed

    A lot of tourists visit Iceland for a few days or a long weekend of three days and cover the basic ‘Golden Triangle’. But driving around the country is the best way to experience this wonderfully marvelous country. And these sights make the trip worth-while. Every visitor must include these ten spots in their itinerary: […]

  • December 4, 2014
    Bangkok airport launches automated taxi kiosks

    Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport launched automatic queue-card kiosks aiming to improve travelers’ access to taxi services. Up until now, travelers have to approach the taxi counters for manual system where staff wrote down a passenger’s destination before handing it to a taxi driver. The ten new kiosks, found outside Gates 4 and 7 on the first […]

  • December 3, 2014
    Tsingy de Bemaraha National park, Madagascar

    Located inland about 70 km from the west coast in the northern sector of the Antsingy region of the Bemaraha Plateau, north of the Manambolo River Gorge, in Madagascar, much of the reserve integral to Tsingy de Bemaraha comprises limestone karst, delimited to the east by abrupt cliffs which rise some 300-400 m above the […]

  • December 3, 2014
    Embrace the Holidays in NYC for Under $100

    If you’re lucky enough to be in New York City during the winter holiday season, you’ll discover that there are holiday festivities around every corner. From the lighting of the iconic Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, there is something for everyone! Check out some of the best holiday events in […]

  • December 2, 2014
    Find cheaper, ‘hidden city’ fares and save money

    The concept of “hidden city ticketing” is not new and if you do it right then you can save a lot of money on airline tickets. Basically, you book a flight past your destination, with your target destination as a stop on the route, and save more than what you’d on the direct route. This […]

  • December 1, 2014
    Get user-generated travel tips and suggestions at Tripinium

    We all know that getting suggestions and tip from other users for the next travel destination is always helpful. Sometimes these tips help us beat the tourist path and takes you to off-beaten paths for surreal experiences. Most of us head to TripAdvisor as our first choice, but this new website called Tripinium gives you […]

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!