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Lost in the Streets of Venice

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Do you know daytime population of Venice is double of it’s night-time population. 🙂 Probably, this must be the only place in the world like this. And looking at the pictures, you would know why is it so. Venice is a beautiful amalgamation of hundreds of small mini-islands which are connected only by small canals. … Read more

Confessions of A Millennial Traveler

Is the desire for travel slowly moving towards materialistic consumption? What does this mean for Millennial Travel market? (Disclaimer: This article is a mixture of my personal experience as a traveler and travel marketer coupled with empirical research studies by others.) Recently, while doing ground research for our new travel startup Travel LYKKE, we decided to … Read more

Discovering The Egyptian White Desert

I had always dreamt of going to Egypt one day. It was because a lot of people told me a lot of things about the great Pyramids- one of the most intriguing man-made structures on earth. Like many others, stories of pyramids and Egyptian mummies have always fascinated me. But none of those stories ever … Read more

The Land of Alpine Meadows and DDLJ

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Who wouldn’t be enthusiastic to see the beautiful valleys of Switzerland! In the morning at 7 am, we were waiting at the platform of Freiburg railway station for our train to Switzerland. The enthusiasm of seeing the beautiful vistas of Mount Titlis with our own eyes could not be hidden. When the train arrived, I put my hand … Read more

A Thought on Fair Travel

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How would you like to spend your next holiday? Enjoying the breathtaking views of royal palaces and forts in Rajasthan OR Teaching science to underprivileged kids to make a difference in their lives and therefore in the society as a whole OR little bit of both. If you are thinking about the 2nd or 3rd option, this … Read more