WILD AND WONDERFUL POKHARA

Often perceived as the indigent cousin of India, Nepal is far from being one. In fact, it has a wealth of charming villages, incredible mountain scenery, centuries-old pagodas, monastries and temples, interesting museums, backpacker-friendly streets and gorgeous national parks waiting to be explored. And which is probably why it is difficult to pack everything in one trip!

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During our recent jaunt to Nepal, my husband and I decide to explore Pokhara at a relaxed pace, thus delving deeper in the traditional mountain life of the lakeside town. Read more

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WHY FOOD TOURS ARE THE BEST WAY TO GO AROUND A NEW CITY!

If there’s anything humans have in common, it’s the love of food!

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Sushi, sashimi and ramen in Japan, pad thai in Thailand, cheese and chocolates in Switzerland, beer and sausages in Germany, bunny chow in South Africa, handmade pasta and traditional pizza in Italy and the list can go on.

For many, food is one of the first things that comes to mind when planning a trip to a new country. And what better than learning about the history, cuisine and culture of a place while stuffing your face with delicious food, in the company of a knowledgeable, fun-loving local?

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“FALL”ING FOR QUEENSTOWN!

In fall, Queenstown puts on its best show, as though dressed for the red carpet. I rediscovered the essence of life through an autumnal trip to the alpine city
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“Never let go of your window seat on a flight to Queenstown” is a quick advice given to me by a Kiwi as I am all set to board the flight from Auckland to Queenstown, a city in New Zealand’s South Island. And thank heavens, I heed the tip!

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