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PASSPORT BOOKSHOP: A HAVEN FOR TRAVEL BOOK LOVERS

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PASSPORT BOOKSHOP: A HAVEN FOR TRAVEL BOOK LOVERS

BANGKOK — For almost 15 years, Passport Bookshop has been the hub of Bangkok’s travel book lovers. While a small, independent bookshop may not be the most profitable venture in a digital era, the two-storey book shop on Phra Sumen Road in Old Bangkok has been purveying travel books and guidebooks in both English and Thai…

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This Wireless Headphone Adapter Is a Game-Changing Travel Gadget

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This Wireless Headphone Adapter Is a Game-Changing Travel Gadget

Your expensive, noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones are completely worthless if you can’t connect them, and if you’re trying to watch an in-flight movie, a 3.5mm jack is typically your only option. The Wireless Flight Adapter from RHA is designed to get you out of that jam, with the ability to broadcast a Bluetooth 5 signal from traditional jack…

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Your gadget expert company brings you into a world of Uniq Better By Design

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Your gadget expert company brings you into a world of Uniq Better By Design

UNIQ, a Singaporean brand, designs series of functionally stylish gadget accessories and travel essentials to ensure you stay in style at home or away. Its products are driven by the shared belief that good design should be BEAUTIFUL, FUNCTIONAL, and SUBTLE. They craft experiences with their products to make our lives better; every single day. UNIQ is perfect gadget accessories…

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How to become a travel writer?

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How to become a travel writer?

Do you love travelling and want to make a career in travel writing? In modern days, travel literature has increasingly emerged as a legitimate field. People are curious to know about various cultures and the diversities of it and hence this could be an interesting field of career for you. Different types of travel writing…

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Steve Matthews on a global travel book’s Cumbrian jaunts

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Steve Matthews on a global travel book’s Cumbrian jaunts

Visit: 111 Places in the Lake District That You Shouldn’t Miss by Solange Berchemin (Emons, £12.99) The publisher is German. Their series of travel guides offers 111 places to visit in a strangely varied range of locations. There’s everywhere from Jerusalem to Iceland with Sheffield, Malta and the Algarve in between. And everything from the…

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The 10 Best U.S. Cities for Eating Out on a Budget

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The 10 Best U.S. Cities for Eating Out on a Budget

BROOKS KRAFT LLC/CORBIS VIA GETTY IMAGES Trying new foods is an essential part of going on vacation — but, if you’re not careful, it can also be a big money drain. Luckily for hungry travelers, the U.S. is full of destinations where an excellent meal doesn’t need to take a bite out of their budget….

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20 travel gifts for the student who’s planning a big trip after graduation

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20 travel gifts for the student who’s planning a big trip after graduation

With new jobs, grad school, and other post-grad opportunities on the horizon, members of the Class of 2019 have another pressing concern on their minds: traveling the world, with their best college friends in tow. For many, the months after graduation are one of the few times of their life when they’ll be able to…

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Sleeping bags: Coolest ones for a comfortable nap while travelling

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Sleeping bags: Coolest ones for a comfortable nap while travelling

01/7Carry sleeping bags with you whenever you go on an adventure trip Image Source: Pexels.com Going on a trip with your friends or dear ones? It is hard to have a sound sleep and keep your body energised all the time. There is a cool way out for this that will help you in completing…

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How Far Could A Human Travel In A Constantly-Accelerating Rocket Ship?

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How Far Could A Human Travel In A Constantly-Accelerating Rocket Ship?

A Soyuz-2.1a rocket lifts off on April 19, 2013, with Bion-M No. 1. Rockets don’t accelerate much faster than cars or objects in free-fall on Earth, but the key limitation is that they cannot maintain that acceleration indefinitely. If they could, here’s what would suddenly be within reach. ROSKOSMOS Human spaceflight has brought us beyond Earth,…

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On a holiday, resort to this

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On a holiday, resort to this

No matter what you are travelling for — business or pleasure — finding the right kind of resort for your trip is always a task that you like to execute with ease. It is not only about getting a good deal but also finding a resort that matches your needs and travel goals. Here are…

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Planning a holiday? Five key reasons why you must have travel insurance

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Planning a holiday? Five key reasons why you must have travel insurance

Investing in travel insurance is always a good decision to cover non-refundable travel expenses Representational image  |  Photo Credit: BCCL In India, people planning to travel abroad are still not aware of the benefits of travel insurance. One might just think that the two biggest decisions one needs to make when booking a trip abroad is…

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Hyderabad and Pune named the ‘Best Cities to Live in India’ in a global survey

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Hyderabad and Pune named the ‘Best Cities to Live in India’ in a global survey

In a global survey held recently by a reputed firm Mercer’s Quality of Living Ranking 2019, Hyderabad has been named the best city in India to live in and shares the 143rd position with Pune in Maharashtra. This is not the first time that Hyderabad has received the honour but it is the fifth time…

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For women, planning a holiday just for themselves can be a much-needed act of self-care

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For women, planning a holiday just for themselves can be a much-needed act of self-care

I AM ENOUGH: The best kind of travel for women is to go solo. The place where I’ve felt most alone in the world is a town in Switzerland called Brig. It almost falls off the map. I was staying a night there with plans to visit the Saas Valley to seek the Alps. This…

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Showmax’s third Original a vernacular travel show

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Showmax’s third Original  a vernacular travel show

Filming is underway on Showmax’s first travel show, Trippin’ With Skhumba. In each 30-minute episode, the Comic’s Choice Comic of the Year 2017 will get down and dirty with a fellow South African comedian in their hometown, exploring places that won’t make any tourism brochures and stories that would be edited out of any authorised biographies. “As much…

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