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Traveling to India? All You Need to Know on How to Get e-Visa

Traveling to India? All You Need to Know on How to Get e-Visa

Incredible is the word that comes to the minds of tourists who ever visited India. From its snow capped mountains to sun kissed beaches, from lantern lit villages to silicon cities, from flowering gardens to the deserts from tranquil temples to feisty festivals India has it all.  Across the world, India is renowned for its rich cultural heritage, vibrancy and diversity that add more colors to its incredibility. For history buffs, India is full of gems that adorned the nation be it is the palaces, monuments, buildings or the forts that were constructed during the era of the British empire.  For those who love water, there are many golden sandy beaches full of fun filled adventurous activities which offer serenity and tranquility as well as a great escape from day to day hectic life. Those who travel to India for its natural beauty can scout for big jungle cats on adrenaline pumping wildlife safaris or simply inhale the pine scented air on a meditative forest walk.   When traveling...

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Posted on Dec 24, 2015 |

The Non-Christmas Revelations of an Un-Traveler- Nomadic Family World Travel at Home

The Non-Christmas Revelations of an Un-Traveler- Nomadic Family World Travel at Home

I’ve ceremoniously peeled off my sweat-drenched clothing four or five times now knowing that this time, this hot shower, this night I am shedding away this sleepless, achy dread and it’s over. It is now time to return to sunshine and energy, exercise and productivity, joyful motherhood and aliveness, living a passion-filled life and being an active creator of a meaningful daily existence, and yet again, no. No. It’s apparently not that time yet for I’m still here learning all that I am meant to from not-healing, not-doing, not-sleeping, not, not, not. I am learning from my ego bowing to What Is, from The Four Agreements that all my long list of those-who-hurt-me is not meant to be taken personally and that I can release them from my soul (one at a beautiful time). As a temporarily single mom (Kobi is healing in India for two months) I’m learning that my kids are amazing and still I am the designated responsible adult that needs to buy groceries and drive...

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Posted on Oct 16, 2015 |

7 Tips for Traveling to Cuba with Your Family

7 Tips for Traveling to Cuba with Your Family

As relations between the United States and Cuba continue to thaw, it’s becoming more and more of an option for Americans to visit the island nation’s fabled streets, clubs, and beaches. For the family with ties to the island country or a fascination with its history and unbelievably nostalgic vehiclescape, the possibility of taking a trip to Cuba is, arguably, an exciting nearby travel prospect. However, there is a lot about Cuba that’s unlike other close-by destinations, so proper preparation is essential, especially for a family traveling with children. Here are seven tips that will make traveling to Cuba with your family easier on all of you. 1. Book Reservations Waaaaay in Advance Cuba is a major tourist destination with almost 2 million people visiting each year — and that was before the reestablishment of relations with the U.S.! However, its popularity hasn’t forced it to keep pace with the rest of the technological world. Credit cards are rarely accepted and cash is your best bet, and getting a...

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Posted on Oct 13, 2015 |

Starting Your Holiday with Vanuatu Holiday Deals

Starting Your Holiday with Vanuatu Holiday Deals

An Oceanian island nation east of northern Australia, Vanuatu boasts of breath-taking natural wonders and solid culture that persisted despite Western infiltration. Indeed, there are numerous places to see in Vanuatu that no place else can quite imitate. It’s a tourist haven that is sure to entice your wandering spirit. First, however, let us give you some helpful tips on how to make the most of your enchanting visit there. After that, you can pack your bags and start your holiday with Vanuatu holiday deals. Visit the Vila Market – Whether you’re looking for the perfect souvenir or just a brand new place to experience a different kind of dining, Vila Market should be your top pick! Prices are rock bottom and no one pesters you to buy anything. Nivan ladies would be happy to cook your fish coated with herbs and served to you with rice, or prepare your “lap lap” for you as you watched. Make your way to Mt. Marum – But only if you are...

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Posted on Sep 9, 2015 |

Family Travel in Copenhagen – Enjoy Cultural Festivals

Family Travel in Copenhagen – Enjoy Cultural Festivals

Copenhagen is the big gem of Denmark perched on the coastal islands of Zealand and Amager. Being a coastal city, it has numerous beautiful water features right in the city itself.  Copenhagen city break can include sites such as the Little Mermaid, which is among the biggest tourist attractor in Copenhagen; Tivoli Gardens, which is an amusement park geared towards people of all age; and Copenhagen’s Zoo, which houses a variety of animals including lions, elephants, hippos, and polar bears.  The city hosts cultural festivals throughout the year which make it a great destination for a wonderful family holiday where everyone will leave with unforgettable experiences. Culture Night  On Culture Night, Copenhagen opens its door to tourists completely, giving them a special glimpse into places they normally don’t have access to. You get to see special parts of museums, old churches, wonderful art galleries, and government buildings. But it is not all about building-visiting. There are various activities which the entire family is bound to enjoy. To be granted access,...

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Posted on May 26, 2015 |

6 Kids Friendly Attractions in Maui, Hawaii

6 Kids Friendly Attractions in Maui, Hawaii

Hawaii is the perfect family vacation destination and Maui makes the ideal spot for a relaxing getaway. Take the kids and relax on stunning beaches, visit unique and quaint towns and see the best of the “Valley Isle”. Maui is full of contrasts, from sweeping sands to lush hillsides. From historic settlements to spectacular peaks, there is truly something for everyone here. Although there are plenty of accommodation options on the island, the best choice is to select one of the many beach front family vacation rentals in Maui. Close to sand and sea, these rental properties offer all the facilities you need to enjoy a fantastic break in a home away from home. With plenty of space for everyone to spread out, you have access to modern facilities, luxury furnishings and well-equipped kitchens. Everything you could possibly need for the perfect vacation is here in Maui. When you take the kids on vacation, you need to be sure there will be plenty of attractions to keep them occupied....

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Posted on Apr 3, 2015 |

Fascinating, Fun, Unknown Facts About Bulgaria- The Country Fun Fact Friday Series

Fascinating, Fun, Unknown Facts About Bulgaria- The Country Fun Fact Friday Series

Since 681 AD, Bulgaria has not changed its name since it was firts established making it the oldest country in Europe that is still keeping its original name. The capital of Bulgaria – Sofia – was founded back in 7,000 years ago and it’s considered as the second oldest city in the continent. As unique as it sounds, one of the fascinating, fun, unknown facts about Bulgaria is the fact that shaking head actually means “Yes” and nod means “No.” Yes, that’s weird huh? Another essentric fact about Bulgarians is that they really love yoghurt, claiming that the food makes them live very long. Thansk to the presence of the very unique Lactobaccilus Bulgaricus bacteria in the yoghurt which can only be found in the country’s territory.   The biggest winemakers in the world is none other than Bulgaria with 200,000 tonnes of it per year. And the popular drink, Mastika, which is made with tree rason has an average price of 64p per lager. Solid historical evidence stated...

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