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  • From Jatin Chhabra on Top 4 Must See Forts In India

    Apart from Raigad Fort, I have visited all three and Amber Fort is just a different class. Agra fort is impressive but the local guide just makes your life miserable at the entrance. 🙁

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    2017/05/27 at 5:31 pm
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      From Shaunak Marulkar on Top 4 Must See Forts In India

      Agreed Jatin. May be Raigad is a little complex to understand fully. Also, since I visited in monsoon season with a whole lot of fog around, I couldn’t really see everything. Amer Fort has been the best, by the way.

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      2017/05/28 at 5:52 pm
  • From Jatin Chhabra on 5 Awesome Countries for Solo Travel!

    Nice list Annemarie, but I believe that Japan is more of a group tour destination, else if one is more interested to visit the Zen temples of Koyoto.

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    2017/05/27 at 5:16 pm
  • From Mark Swain on Walking With My Wife - A Cure For Writer's Block

    Thanks for your comments Margaret. My wife has really got the bug now, almost as badly as I have. Doing Hadrian’s Wall in just over a week’s time. It was there or the Camino Portugaise – accommodation not as easy or as cheap in Northumbria / Cumbria but easier to get to.
    Enjoy your walking.
    Mark

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    2016/10/11 at 4:33 pm
  • From Matt Walker on 16 Picture-Perfect Small European Towns

    These are just a few of our favorite places – mostly in Italy and the UK/Ireland, where we’ve traveled most extensively… Glad you like it!
    Matt Walker & Zeneba Bowers

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    2016/10/11 at 4:28 pm
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    From Margaret Pinard on How to take on Paris like a pauper

    Great tips!

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    2016/08/18 at 7:36 pm
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    From Akanksha Singh on Resting by the sea

    Great capture

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    2016/07/31 at 5:09 am
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    From Adriana Gabor on The wind in my sails: my life at sea

    Bello veramente.

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    2016/07/29 at 5:54 pm
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    From Darlene Foster on Rubbing shoulders with a witch in Trasmoz

    Amazing experience. Thanks for sharing!

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    2016/06/12 at 4:42 pm
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    From Harshad Datar on Kila Raipur Sports Festival 2014

    What a Pity that such a wonderful coverage of a wonderful event has no comments yet. Divya, you have covered all the essentials of this event to an extent that any one who refers to it can safely attend this event. I also intend to be there atleast once but do not know when, may be in next two three years. Thank you very much for such a wonderful write up. Really enjoyed reading it.

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    2016/06/05 at 10:00 am
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    From Chad Geese on Day Trip to Howth!

    I was fortunate enough to spend two weeks in Ireland last October. After flying into Dublin via aer lingus and renting a car at Dan Pooley I drove over to Howth to watch the sunrise hit Ireland's Eye. I enjoyed Howth very much and would love to get back to spend more time in that quaint little village 😉

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    2016/03/17 at 8:07 am
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    From Noreen Brosnan on Hashem: lovers of fine food

    I will be there next month. Can't wait! 🙂

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    2016/03/15 at 1:26 am
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    From Annemarie Strehl on 5 Awesome Countries for Solo Travel!

    Wow, Catherine, that is awful. I am so sorry. I heard a lot of good things about Belize and didn't expect it to be so dangerous. I hope nothing else bad happened to you during your travels.

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    2016/03/07 at 5:49 pm
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    From Catherine Broughton on 5 Awesome Countries for Solo Travel!

    Very interesting. The most violent place I have been (met 4 people who got murdered) is Belize. Got mugged Guatemala.

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    2016/03/07 at 4:59 pm
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    From Rou Missette on Winter Solstice in Newgrange

    Yes, Newgrange is absolutely fascinating! And I would love to get to visit it such a special place. For enthusiasts of Ancient Knowledge, humanity and what these solar alignments mean, I suggest having a read of "The Path of the Spiritual Sun", by Belsebuub with Angela Pritchard. It goes deep into many places around the world, explore ancient texts as well as providing all the Esoteric information concerning these events. An amazing and utterly unique read!

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    2016/02/24 at 2:18 pm
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    From Jennifer Currier on How a Writing Workshop in Greece Changed My Life

    Charles McKinney! There are still spots left open in the workshop for 2016, so it's not too late to apply, depending on your schedule and ability. You should definitely go at some point if you can! It is an amazing experience 🙂

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    2016/02/24 at 12:10 am
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