The Kathmandu Durbar Square holds the palaces of the Malla and Shah kings who ruled over the city. Along with these palaces, the square surrounds quadrangles revealing courtyards and temples.
Is that a Yoga position? I hear you ask! No, its a 12 day trek, moderately strenuous, along the lower part of Dolpo. With stunning landscapes, the excitement rises as you climb three high passes: Kangmara La (5115m), Numa La (5159m) and Baga La (5190m). The trek passes through Read more →
Palampur – It’s in Northern India. A hill-station in the Kangra valley of Himachal Pradesh, famous for Tea and Paragliding, but with a lot more on offer. Not least of course the natural beauty of the Himalayas, but also there are stunning temples and buildings built in the Colonial Read more →
The seven finalists of the 2014 National Geographic Traveller Photography competition have been announced. So if your into photography with a travel or geographical perspective keep abreast of the Telegraph site which doubtless will have the results soon after the event at at the Telegraph Outdoor Adventure and Travel Show Read more →
A round-up of today’s posts about Thailand from Google+ circles. The current situation seems to be deteriorating quickly but you still got to love Thailand. Make sure you check out the market video at the foot of the post.
Selfies! we have all taken them at one time or another but have you been able to make them shine? And Selfies on your travels – where better. How many times have you looked back at your travel snaps and thought the one thing missing from the scene was you. Read more →
Holiday time has finally arrived. After a hard year’s work, most people choose to take off to exotic locations and embark on new adventures. As exciting as these trips are –and we’ve certainly waited long enough for them!– there are certain things we must always take into account even before Read more →
I would like to introduce my destination – Beautiful Bangladesh to you all. Bangladesh is the largest delta with enormous beauty of nature, thrilling adventures to experience and unexplored treasures are waiting to explore. ” If simply thinking about the sun, beautiful views, land of green, land of rivers, crystal Read more →
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Brandon Semenuk and Cam Zink set out on a motorhome trip to Utah for some ultimate freeride mountain biking sessions. The boys search the land for new zones and seek out the gnarliest lines before dropping in. But before they get on their bikes, the snow sets in and creates some downtime for the boys which calls for explosions in the desert.
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For travelers, there are few things that incite fear into the heart more than the thought of losing your passport. That beautiful little book is our gateway to the world and our only identity when abroad. Full of visas, stamps and memories, it allows us to continue our travels and reminds us of how far we’ve come. Read more →