5 ways to experience Provence as a first time visitor
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 As the train chugged away from Avignon towards Paris, my heart sank just a wee bit. The French countryside, sprinkled with bales of hay, made this farewell challenging. We were leaving behind simple pleasures – orchards with juicy low-hanging fruits, … Read More

Practical tips for traveling around Faroe Islands
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Ever since we got back from our multi-leg Europe trip last month, our friends and folks on social media have been intrigued by the Faroe Islands. Any conversation about travel sparks a keen interest in me. Funny as it may … Read More

In Photos: Lisbon through a different lens
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I can be quite the information seeker. But there are some discoveries that can rarely be attributed to a blog, guidebook or travel websites. One of those is the relationship between cities. There are a few cities that I know … Read More

5 reasons to stay in Boutique Hostel Forum, Zadar
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Have you ever stayed somewhere that you wished the world wouldn’t ever find out about? A secret stay that may not necessarily drip with luxury, but delights without compromising on comforts? Small boutique hostels and alternative stays have given travelers … Read More

Tips on renting a car in Croatia
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The Dalmatian Riviera is a stunning stretch of eye popping scenery and miles of the bluest of blue waters. I had been eager and excited to especially drive along this coastline and the journey from Makarska to Dubrovnik lived up … Read More

Eating our (vegetarian) way through Portugal
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Visiting a country that prides itself upon its fresh catch can be a tricky affair for vegetarian travelers. But in Portugal, we had made up our minds to try as many local delicacies that could be accommodated to the vegetarian … Read More

Notes & Photos: Óbidos, Portugal’s Town of Queens
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How was a Moorish village resembling a Greek island born in a small corner of Portugal? This question crossed my mind momentarily as we planned our road trip through Portugal, and receded soon enough. Lost in my disorganized thoughts that … Read More

Porto: musings, a hostel review and a walking tour
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Finding sense I have often wondered why Europe is so popular with travelers across the world. In an attempt at answering my own question, I considered how I felt when I landed in Porto. Amused Relieved Hungry Eager Now consider … Read More

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