Located at the junction of the world's 2 best seas, the Mediterranean and the Aegean, Bodrum is the most popular summer destination among the Turks. It is so huge and so touristy that a local's advice is a must to find the right spots. Here are our top recommendations:
Northern lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, is arguably the most impressive natural phenomenon. Tons of people travel north to witness the dancing lights but many return empty-handed. So in this guide, we will talk about how, when, where you should travel to maximize your chances of seeing them.
La Donaira is an award-wining luxury eco-stay. It was a flash of paradise that passed in an eye's blink. I would even say that it was the best thing about our trip to Andalusia. No hard feeling Sevilla, you are a true gem but La Donaira was exactly what we needed.
Understanding religion in India is very important for grasping Indian's ways of living as Hinduism governs most aspects of life. So in this blog post, we will attempt to explain the basic principles of Hinduism and what Hindus believe in.
A city that flows to the rhythm of the river cutting through it, Udaipur is known as the "Venice of India." The stunning river island palace is a locale you might recognize from the James Bond movie "Octopussy." Float on the water and shop for the finest examples of miniature art in the world here.
One of the reasons why Bodrum is such a popular summer spot among the Turks is the nightlife here. But if you are a foreigner it is very likely that you will end up in one of the trashy places and be very disappointed. That is why your local dancing queen is here to help. :)
Jodhpur, also known as the "Blue City" is an eye candy in the middle of the Thar Desert. The city's blue old town is quite popular among photographers and visitors. You can easily add it to the classic Golden Triangle route. Here are our tips to squeeze in as much as Jodhpur in a day.
Delhi is undoubtedly India's most glitzy and modern city - even leaving the Bollywood capital of Mumbai eating its dust in terms of places to see and things to get up to. We invite you to come here to discover history as it exists side-by-side with the new face of India.