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November 2016

Cathay Pacific Business Class Review – Life Well Travelled

Between the two of us, we’ve had our fair share of business class and premium economy travel on long hauls over the years. Most of my upgraded travel was when I was younger, so a lot has changed when it comes to J class travel, and I couldn’t wait to check out the much discussed new flatbeds on Cathay Pacific’s Business Class A 330. And what better way to do

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Best South American Trails to Adventure with your Motorcycle

If you could travel the world on the back of your motorcycle, would you? Many bike riders know the feeling of experiencing the countryside on their hogs, but could you imagine taking your motorcycle to other parts of the globe and doing the same thing there? If you can muster the time and the money, we highly suggest that you do. Whether you have Honda bike parts or other high-quality

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Kaziranga National Park, India – Taking the safari by the horn

My breathing is loud, heavy and slow. My heartbeat thuds just as loudly, threatening to explode out of my chest. My hands have gripped the railing in front of my seat and my knuckles are white. They’re sweaty, and my fingers keep slipping off the rusted metal. I’m at the edge of my seat, ready to flee. But there’s nowhere I can flee. Right now, I’m in the safest spot

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How to get the most out of Flights and Hotels

We love flights and hotels. We’ve said it often enough, and while we do enjoy our home in Mumbai, there’s something about enjoying a glass of champagne at 33,000 feet, or waking up on a lovely goosedown pillow in some exotic locale that just can’t be beat. Before you take off on me about the painful bits like lack of legroom, crying babies and noisy street facing rooms or musty

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Why you should plan a road trip in France

If you’re the kind of person who likes freedom and adventure and hates having to be limited by bus schedules, flights and fixed itineraries, a road trip in France might be the perfect holiday idea. France boasts a varied landscape, wonderful attractions scattered all throughout the country, and a great infrastructure for car travel, so if you decide to spend your next holiday here, it would be such a pity

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Diphlu River Lodge, Kaziranga – India’s secret luxury lodge

Dhiplu River Lodge, came highly recommended. By the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. As with each time we’ve gone on safari, it takes a bit of an effort to adjust our luxury expectations of a wilderness lodge in India, keeping in mind the remote location and that it’s open to the elements. But so far, we’d been lucky to have been pleasantly surprised every single time, and I didn’t want

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Why Bogor, Indonesia is on our travel list

Bogor isn’t among the first places that come to mind while considering a trip to Indonesia, is it? We hadn’t even heard of Bogor, Indonesia until a short while ago! Charles has been to the more famous Bali, and although he was there on work and didn’t really manage to get out of the plush Four Seasons at Jimbaran Bay where he was holed up (poor thing), I Facetimed him

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Dali Katch – Why we’ll never travel without it

As Travel Bloggers, we are never really on holiday and that’s exactly why we fill our travel bags with essentials that make all our times on the road more fun and less work. We believe we just landed the perfect addition to our travel essentials – the DALI Katch. DALI Katch – what and why? First, let’s get all the essentials about this nifty little portable speaker offering from DALI out of

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The 5 vital Reasons to Visit Israel – Why India is discovering it

Our reasons to visit Israel are manifold. Charles and I have both been reading a book that presents an alternate history of the world. One that reveals it wasn’t the Mediterranean that was at the centre of history, but in fact, the Middle East. We’ve been devouring page after page of fascinating and shocking information about once flourishing cities, cultures and peoples that were at the epicentre of civilisation. Israel features as

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