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Celebrating Travel 2020 – Changes to Expect in the New Year

Aafia Khalid
By Aafia Khalid Posted  in Peoples & Cultures

We all know that the month of January is not just about the resolutions, but bringing some big changes in your life! I can’t tell you the new chapters of your life or the new opportunities that may appear for you. To be honest, you probably already have a feeling about what’s in store. But here, we are going to emphasize the things that you can do in the upcoming year beyond the normal traditions.

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Unexpected Fun Things to Do in Moscow

Nishat Tasnima
By Nishat Tasnima Posted  in Peoples & Cultures

Traveling is always exciting and full of surprises. But if your travel is also full of fun, then that presents the combination for a perfect trip! So with all this in mind, how many of you have considered Moscow for a new place to visit. You will find fun things to do, see and eat in Moscow.

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Reasons Adventure Travelers Fall in Love with Pakistan

Ahsan Munawar
By Ahsan Munawar Posted  in Peoples & Cultures

Pakistan is one of the mystical lands that started in controversy by demanding a separate land. Well, as political as that might sound, it’s was truly a blessing that Pakistan was able to mark its name on the world map.

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Christmas Traditions Around the World

Aafia Khalid
By Aafia Khalid Posted  in Peoples & Cultures

Strange & Unique Christmas Traditions illustrate how peoples & cultures around the globe have evolved unique ways of celebrating Christmas through time which can be quite different.

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Halal Resorts To Visit on the Turkish Riviera

Debera Ann Koye
By Debera Ann Koye Posted  in Peoples & Cultures

Turkey’s coastal destinations are some of the most famous beach resorts in the world. The Turkish Riviera is a preferred destination for many Middle Eastern travelers due to many Halal Holiday activities and most importantly for families concerned with the availability of traditionally prepared Halal food.

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Discovering the Culture & Festivals of Mizoram in Northeast India

Mark Bennett
By Mark Bennett Posted  in Peoples & Cultures

Mizoram is one of the eight states in North East India, primarily occupied by the Mizo tribes who are one of the most ancient in India. Approximately 95% of the population of Mizoram is of the native tribal decent.

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Long Term Traveling – Realities That Will Blow Your Mind!

Ahsan Ali
By Ahsan Ali Posted  in Peoples & Cultures

When we talk about long term traveling, it doesn’t mean a two or three-week vacation or a magical journey with no worries or side effects. It’s a complex lifestyle that doesn’t suit everyone. It’s more like a sacrifice, away from family, friends, and your loved ones.

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Kashmir is Heaven on Earth

Hira Khan
By Hira Khan Posted  in Peoples & Cultures

Kashmir nowadays is a hot topic and very much in the news. However, my reason for writing this article about Kashmir is quite different. I want to tell the world about the beauty of Kashmir, which it truly deserves. People call it heaven on earth. When I recently visited Kashmir and went exploring, I started believing it to be a true wonder.

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An Ex-Pat’s Story: Finding Myself in Nepal

Ama Summers
By Ama Summers Posted  in Peoples & Cultures

It was on the way to Kathmandu on the tourist bus that I realized I had actually come to the end of my travels. When I looked out the window that December morning and saw the Himalayas on the way to Kathmandu, tears weld up in my eyes. I knew I was home.

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Why Millennials Prefer Authentic Travel Experiences

Aafia Khalid
By Aafia Khalid Posted  in Peoples & Cultures

We treat millennial’s as if they come from another galaxy. No doubt that this special generation travels more than any other generation in the past. The experience of technology has made it easy for them to book tours and trips right on the smartphone in their pocket.

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