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Category: Travel and Leisure

Remembering Summer in December

Wouldn’t it be so nice having coffee and muffins by the terrace, overlooking the sea? You ought to be kidding me if you don’t agree with me. I mean, come on, it’s summer and that’s how we should be having breakfast or maybe a hefty healthy lunch of seafood-the freshest lobsters, crabs, shrimps, and fish […]

Ways How Travel Agencies Have Eased Your Journeys

Travelling today has certainly become so much easier than it had been a couple of decades ago. Today, there are several travel agencies and online travel facilitators who take care of everything from booking your flights to arranging your stay, finding a car rental and even connecting you with a guide. As the demand for […]

How Travel Is Reshaping the Fashion Industry

The answer to the question ‘how travel is reshaping the fashion industry’ is simple! When an Asian tourist of a high socioeconomic status goes to the US and shops fashion accessories; they bring the international market with them. When they catch the attention of the top fashion brands, they cater their needs by those brands. […]

Best Places to Stay in Delhi

Traveling to the national capital of a country with a population of more than a billion can be challenging at times. Located at the heart of North India, Delhi was crowned as the capital city of India in 1911 due to its prime location. It has a lot to offer for the vacationers across the […]

What You Need to Know About Last Minute Deals

Last minute deals have grown in popularity over the years, but what is it about these offers that make them so appealing? Whether you have just noticed a Sandals Resorts last minute deal online or you are wondering if they are financially worth your while, you will want to know all the positive and negatives […]

An Electrifying Yosemite Experience

Yosemite is an example of a National Park that’s being loved to death. Most visitors to the park cram into the one Valley that gives the park its name. The pollution from all those cars, trucks and buses gets trapped there because the valley is boxed-in for the most part by those scenic 2000 foot […]