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FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017, Schedule & Ticket Details

You don’t have to be a football fan to witness this probably once in lifetime opportunity,  FIFA U-17 World Cup is being hosted in India for the first time starting Oct 6th and you can witness Indian team in action as well. A total of

Getting stuck where the road ends, traumatic experience in Roghi Village

Not all travel stories are great, you do encounter some terrible experiences as well especially on a long road trip. A small traumatic experience I had on my recent road trip to Spiti valley and I was responsible for it. After checking in our hotel in Kalpa,

The best touring bikes in India under 2 lakh

You don’t really have to pay through nose to experience India on the bike, I mean a Harley Davidson for 22 lakh is all its worth but I would rather spend that money on the new destinations rather on the ways to reach my destinations.

A Map with Wi-Fi Information for Airports Across the World

Anil Polat, a travel blogger and computer security engineer has created this incredibly helpful for travelers across the globe. The map includes information for each airport, the Wi-Fi name, password and where travelers should sit to pick up the best signal. If you know of an

Maharajas’ Express heads south, to focus on domestic passengers

Luxury train Maharajas’ Express,  is now embarking on a new journey, a tour of the Southern States,  with a focus on domestic passengers. The Maharajas’ Express, bestowed the “World’s Leading Luxury Train” award at the World Travel Awards for five consecutive years from 2012 to

Travel Stories, Road Trip to Dhanaulti-Saari Village & Trek to Deoria Taal

On 31st December the most exciting trip started!! It was a week long trip covering Dhanaulti, Saari Village, Deoria Taal, Chopta, Tungnath, Chandrashilla summit, Joshimath, Auli and Rishikesh. It would have been brutally cold in all these places but we were determined to see and

Travel Stories, Road Trip to Joshimath and Auli by Rougepouts

If you have been following my previous travelogues, then you might already know that I started my journey from Gurgaon and visited Dhanaulti, Saari Village, Trek to Deoria Taal and our stay there which I have covered here in the post and here in the

Travel Stories, Road Trip to Dalhousie and Khajjiar Road

If you have read or watched my Mcleodganj Road Trip Travelogue post and video, then you would know that next up was this vlog, i.e., Dalhousie and Khajjiar! Our trip did not end in McLeodganj, here I’ll continue from the morning after Christmas, the day

Travel Stories, McLeod Ganj Travelogue and OOTD

I always wanted to travel to different places and wanted to cover all the famous or beautiful areas in India! Fortunately, I had been travelling a lot since this October and I had so much to share with you guys from my trip to Bikaner,

The Mighty Himalyan From Royal Enfield is Here To Ride The Himalyas

Royal Enfield has a special significance for adventure lovers, be it a long ride or  through the rocky mountains, its a mighty machine, travellers delight and how do you continue to thrill Royal Enfield lovers, by giving a special Himalyan bike for Himalayas rides. Royal Enfield has

The Pamban Rail Bridge – 2nd Most Extreme Railway Line in the World

World’s Most Extreme Railways by National Geographic Channel rates the Pamban Railway Bridge as the 2nd Most Extreme Railway Line in the World. The Pamban Bridge is a railway bridge on the Palk Strait which connects the town of Rameswaram on Pamban Island to mainland

Two Indian Airports Receive Prestigious Global Ranking

  New Delhi and Kolkatta have won the best ranking in different categories in the recently published Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Awards 2014.  Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Awards is industry’s most comprehensive passenger service benchmarking tool in World, ACI ASQ Survey captures appraisal from check-in through departure at the gate

Attention Travelers, You Were Getting These City Names Wrong

So you have traveled across the world and didn’t even know how that cities name is pronounced, well not your fault. Globalization also comes with amalgamation of languages and dialect, we get heavily influenced with common dialect and adopt to it. We need to get

Spectacular Adelaide Oval Stadium

You saw the match and it was indeed spectacular, something else came as a surprise…The Adelaide Oval Stadium! It was simply spectacular, specially sunset when everything literally everything looked like Indian flag.         All images courtesy ICC

Before your plan you vacation, be aware of these tourist scams

Global travelers are planning big this year and India is not behind, Indians have already choose their best destination for 2015, covering majority of Asia and South America. While you have done all your planning, be informed about certain risks and equally about tourism scams