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EGYPT – WHERE IT ALL BEGINS ( PART 2)

EGYPT – WHERE IT ALL BEGINS ( PART 2)

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…Stay at Giza allowed us to spy on the Great Pyramid in its beguiling kaleidoscopic formats throughout the day. We were mesmerized watching it beholden to the dawn sky as the sunrays crept in; we saw it when the sun protectively lingered overhead, as also when the pyramid hid the falling sun behind its shadowed visage.

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Delhi to Nepal in my Honda City!!

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Thought on going on a summer break was up in the mind since June started but could not finalize the destination. On a fine Monday morning 11th June, while going to office after a relaxed weekend spent with family, the idea clicked to go on a road trip and the destination which was calling was “Nepal” Kathmandu and Pokhara. As soon as reached office started exploring blogs on “road trip to Nepal”. Got motivated after I saw many people have already done this trip. What else was required? Is the family in for this trip? Does my car ok for the trip? Called Pooja and have an agreement to start our Journey next morning and that was quick. Later in evening got the car checked up for the trip, kept extra engine oil.

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Divine experience in God’s own country-Rishikesh

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We started our journey late night from our office campus. Booked a traveller so that we all gather at office and start our journey from there only. As some of my colleagues have their respective shifts so it was the better option to start the trip from office. So we started it at around 10:30 pm and took some snacks and juices with us as it is going to be a long and tiring journey specially after office hours. We got seated ourselves in the traveller and started our trip.

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Budget, Bed and Breakfast: The 3 Essentials of Hospitality

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This is an absolute must and probably, the most basic need that a hotel should be able to provide. At the end of the day, what matters most to travellers is having a clean, comfortable bed to rest their head on. And the good news is that a comfy clean bed does not necessarily correlate with high prices. The Yoho Bed’s hotel in Narahenpita, located in Sri Lanka’s capital city Colombo, has clean, well-maintained, good quality and well-designed beds for a night of restful sleep at surprisingly reasonable prices.

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5 Ways to Enjoy Luxury for Less in Dubai

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You can simply visit the Burj Khalifa in the daytime by paying an entrance fee that ranges from 125AED to 500AED that is genuine and pocket-friendly. The time duration for visiting the Burj Khalifa set as 1 hour for all visitors. You can capture and experience the whole Dubai from the top of the world’s tallest building.

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Travel packing tips – pack your kid’s bag this way!

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Kids should always carry a backpack for themselves. I’ve faced this problem with my mother and father. When we started traveling my mother and father used to keep my kit and my books in their bag, so I used to ask a lot of times then they used to get really irritated and I also. So from then I suggested that I will take my own bag on the trips so my mother father bought me a bag.

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Coffee, Hills, Foliage and Beaches – Part 2

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There are two basic varieties of coffee: Arabica and Robusta. On asking how does one distinguish between two varieties and which variety is popular brands nescafe and bru made of he told us that instant coffee in India contains a mix of whatever coffee beans remain after sorting. To a connoisseur, instant coffee is blasphemy as the taste is nowehere near good coffee. We left after 20 minutes promising to return back some other time.

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