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Thursday, August 23
, 2007


 

 Tourism Articles


 
 

 From August 17, 2007 to August 23, 2007

Just Joking

Mr. Smith was a traveling salesman and frequent flyer, so he was always very, VERY careful to mark his luggage so that no one would mistakenly take his bags.

Sheets Of Water

Some years ago, my idea of an RLT was a destination cut off from the madding crowd. Read, no buses, bad or no roads, and no tea shops.

On The Road Travel Tips

If you plan to hit the road to near-nowhere, here are some tips you could use.

Have Rooms, Will Sell

Have spare rooms, will sell. There’s plenty of room for more rooms in the tourist seasons to come.

Whenever, Whatever In Singapore

Here’s one place where you can live to eat – and drink.

Immersed In History

The Topkapi Palace takes you through a tour of a glorious lifestyle, for it was the heart of the Ottoman empire for 400 years.

Weekend Getaway

Singapore makes an ideal destination. Endless shopping, more shopping and of course, six meals a day. And, did we mention shopping?

Free This Weekend?

How about whitewater rafting in Barpole, Coorg? Or a chilly afternoon in a vanilla estate near the Wayanad wildlife sanctuary.

The Aquatic Life

The sea has always fascinated me, so obviously, I couldn’t resist when my best friend asked if I could join her on a six-day trip to the Lakshadweep islands.

The Tasmanian Outdoors

We hadn’t meant to court danger that day. But here we were, staring straight over a Tasmanian cliff at a lake 200 feet below and wondering how to get there on a trail that seemed headed into thin air.

The Lake That Defines, Divides The City

It is not just a water body for fishing, washing clothes, dumping idols, Hussain Sagar Lake is much more than that.

Live Like The Sahibs

Burra Sahib’s Bungalow, deep inside Assam’s Gatoonga Tea Estate, offers a peek at life in a tea garden.

Cloudburst Of Colour

A last-minute change in RLT plan: The place we decided earlier on is heaving with wild elephants, so late in the night, we zero in on Papanasam river.

Tourist As Ambassador

The tour operator at the Kruger National Park (South Africa) shouted above the hurtling roar of the van, “You’ll soon see Jessica, the home-grown hippo.

The Fluttering White Ribbon

An arduous walk to behold the gushing water is well worth it, declares W. Sreelalitha.

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