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7 Novels to Read on Your Summer Travels

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7 Novels to Read on Your Summer Travels

Whether it’s hours spent waiting in an airport terminal due to an unexpected (but really, expected) delay or hours under the sun (with sunscreen) on the beach, a good book is a welcome companion. And a page-turner at that is necessary to keep you entertained and pass the time enjoyably. Thus, here’s a list of…

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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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Travel Gadgets To Take On Your Next Vacation

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Travel Gadgets To Take On Your Next Vacation

Scrubba is basically your very own portable litle washing machine! All it takes is a couple liters of water, a little washing liquid, and 3 minutes, making it faster and cheaper than desperately trying to find a laundromat. Ostrich Pillow Ostrich Pillow | $98 AMAZON It may look a little silly, but you’ll thank me later!…

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17 Best Travel Gadgets to Buy in 2019, According to the GH Institute

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17 Best Travel Gadgets to Buy in 2019, According to the GH Institute

Getting ready for a vacation is never easy (there’s always something you’re bound to forget to pack) but once you’re there, you want the trip to be a breeze. To make your adventure easier than ever, all you need is a few of these cool products ranging from smart luggage to the ultimate utility jacket. These are the best travel gadgets to buy…

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Amazing Apps To Improve Your Business Travel Experience

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Amazing Apps To Improve Your Business Travel Experience

v In this age of technological innovation, I believe that there is hardly anything which technology cannot experiment with. You say it, and there is a chance that there has been some or the other technological innovation with that respect. So, naturally, you can expect that we have good enough technology to make travelling easier…

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Travel writer to share tales, tips in Old Forge

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Travel writer to share tales, tips in Old Forge

ON THE GO — New Hampshire-based travel writer Dan Szczesny shares stories, photos and travel tips of his voyages around the world May 7 at the Old Forge Library. Posted Tuesday, May 7, 2019 4:00 pm New Hampshire-based journalist and travel writer Dan Szczesny will host a presentation on “Living the Traveling Life” about travels around the world…

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8 Ways to Avoid the ‘Bad Health’ Burden of Business Trips

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8 Ways to Avoid the ‘Bad Health’ Burden of Business Trips

“I love traveling for business,” said very few people ever. Traveling, sure: Who doesn’t like a change of scenery and the insights gained from seeing the world with new eyes? But frequent business travel is strongly correlated to a wide range of physical and behavioral health risks. International travel can be particularly problematic for business professionals, exposing…

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BEST TRAVEL-FRIENDLY ACTIVITY BOOKS TO KEEP YOUR YOUNG ONES OCCUPIED

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BEST TRAVEL-FRIENDLY ACTIVITY BOOKS TO KEEP YOUR YOUNG ONES OCCUPIED

“Mom, are we almost there yet?” asks your 5-year-old child (for the tenth time) 15 minutes into your trip. Whether you’re on a long journey to god-knows-where or waiting for a flight, sleep isn’t an option when you have young ones to entertain. If you’re tired of playing a few rounds of ‘I-spy’ or listening…

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Indians advised to avoid non-essential travel to Sri Lanka after Easter Sunday bombings

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Indians advised to avoid non-essential travel to Sri Lanka after Easter Sunday bombings

View of St Sebastian’s Church damaged in blast in Negombo | Photo from AP The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Saturday issued a travel advisory for Indians travelling to Sri Lanka and advised them to avoid “non-essential” travel where the situation continues to be precarious in the wake of the Easter Sunday serial terror…

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Traveler Beware: Many Of These Business Destinations Can Be Hazardous To Your Health

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Traveler Beware: Many Of These Business Destinations Can Be Hazardous To Your Health

Consumers lined up to buy NP5s and other face masks in Singapore in 2013 amidst a particularly bad run of air pollution. Singapore is one of the world’s most popular business travel destinations. Getty ImagesAFP/GETTY IMAGES Traveling on business to huge markets – especially fast-developing ones in Asia and the Middle East like Delhi, Cairo,…

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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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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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12 travel essentials to reduce stress before, during, and after trips

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12 travel essentials to reduce stress before, during, and after trips

The wanderlust that has inspired millennials to become supposedly the most important consumer generation for the travel industry isn’t going away any time soon. We aren’t going to tire of delicious foods, new experiences, or wider, deeper world views in the next five years. If anything, it’s becoming easier and more ubiquitous than ever. Gone are the…

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Dhaula Kuan flyover opens, will cut travel time to airport

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Dhaula Kuan flyover opens, will cut travel time to airport

The flyover is part of a project to develop a signal-free corridor from Dhaula Kuan to the airport. (Express: Amit Mehra) Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari Saturday inaugurated a four-lane flyover at Dhaula Kuan junction. He also laid the foundation stone for an automated tower parking at Green Park, with space to accommodate…

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