Maps and Newfoundland

 I want to just talk about maps for a moment. While it is probably not necessary to have a map with you when you travel, it is, however, extremely important that you have an idea of where things are in the location in which you are going to be travelling.

Several years ago I went to St. John's, Newfoundland, and I landed at the airport in the pitch darkness. It was raining. I picked up my car which I had...

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Fearless

 “Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire.” – Jennifer Lee

What sets your heart pumping? What eases your mind and feeds your soul? I think we all are looking for the place which invigorates us, which gives us peace, where we can find true love.

I also think that we...

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Chat with the Travel Guru

Mira: Hello Michael! How are You ?

Travel Guru: I am good. thank you.

Mira: So where are you now ?

Travel Guru: I am in Nepal right now. I am hiking the famous Everest base Camp Trek.

Mira: Oh, How wonderful! So how is it going?

Travel Guru: It is going fantastic. I have got some wonderful shots of the majestic mountain range. People here are very warm and welcoming. The scenery is breathtaking. I could not have asked for more. This is my best trip ever.

Mira: I hope we...

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The Ultimate Guide to Travelling Alone

Whilst traveling with friends or organized groups is fairly common, by choice or by necessity many people travel alone. Traveling alone is a unique experience and can be a very rewarding way of traveling, despite a few drawbacks.

Understand

Traveling alone is not uncommon and most solo travelers are able to meet other travelers at hostels, bars, organised tours or any place where travelers tend to hang out or congregate.

A growing trend is women traveling alone, and...

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