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Month: November 2016

Old Goa – Away from Rave Parties and Beaches

Old Goa – Away from Rave Parties and Beaches

People from all over the world visit Goa year-round. Most of them visit Goa for the rave parties, beaches and cheap booze the place has to offer. Not that these things are unattractive (cheap booze…yay) but Goa is not all about partying. There is much more to the place and you will only realize that if you take the path less traveled. Old Goa also known as Velha Goa, is a place away from the party zone, tucked away inland beside the Mandovi…

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Ibn-E-Battuta – The Man behind Travel Writing

Ibn-E-Battuta – The Man behind Travel Writing

If you have seen the above quote before, then you need to know about the man who said it, Ibn-E-Battuta. Born in Tangier, Morocco on the 24th Feb, 1304, Ibn-E-Batuta established the science of Travel Writing. He was a medieval Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler who set out on his journey at the age of 21. When he left Morocco in 1326, little did he know that he will not be seeing his country for the next 24 years. What should…

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Why I love Goa in the Rain !!!

Why I love Goa in the Rain !!!

Goa, a pint sized Indian state, the party capital of India, an abode for hippies, a blend of Indian and Portuguese lifestyle and ohh yea the never ending beaches. These are the things that come to your mind when you think about Goa. People try and avoid Goa in the monsoon as rain can play spoil sport. But no matter what people say, Goa is one of the best places to be even during the monsoon. I had visited Goa…

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Experiences > Things

Experiences > Things

Everyone who has been in a 9-5 job or anyone who works in one right now can relate to this post. We all know that the moment the salary gets credited at the prednisone end of every month, our mind starts making a list of things we need to buy. The instant gratification that comes along with buying some expensive stuff can become an addiction. I have been in that stage before. So, I can clearly remember that this sense of…

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