11 Travel Blogs You Should Follow – Round 4
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Bheemeshwari If you are in Bangalore and dreaming for quick gateway for a weekend hangout, there’s no dearth of such places, all you have to be is bit adventurous, plan and leave Bangalore limits before roads starts chocking.

Author(s): Travelescape
Follow on Twitter @travelescape_in
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Bijli MahadevA narrow path, no more than a foot or two wide from the base village of Chansari in Kullu Valley, spiraled around the mountain leading to a mystical temple at the summit.

Author(s): Divya Prasad
Follow on Twitter @Wanderwomaniya
Touristlink Profile(s): Not yet

Gandikota “If you follow the pipe near the main view point, it should probably lead you to the gorge.”, some guy had written from his trip to Gandikota. Having experienced the 2 hours of a steep descending trail through the bushes and wild shrubs…

Author(s): Jatin Adlakha
Follow them on Twitter @wanderingjatin
Touristlink Profile(s): Not yet

Szczecin A day trip escape to Szczecin, Poland – at first it’s all about Polish pierogies and beer, but then I remember something…

Author(s): Adam
Follow on Twitter @travelsofadam
Touristlink Profile(s): Not yet

Arti

Where Peace and Conflict Coexist

Posted: Dec 13, 2015

Dharamshala Pressing my cheeks on the tip of the window ledge, I fix my gaze on the scene unfolding beyond. I take a deep breath in, as the mighty Himalayan Dhauladhar range fills the splayed cup of my snooping eyes.

Author(s): Arti
Follow on Twitter @artisdiary
Touristlink Profile(s): Arti Shah

Ruwenzori Africa’s tallest mountain range, the Ruwenzoris, sit almost on the equator between Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Author(s): David
Follow on Twitter @Trekking_Hero
Touristlink Profile(s): David

Nomad in Sahara Far less often, someone will try to play Freud with me and say that all my travel indicates that I’m “running away from something.”

Author(s): Francis Tapon
Follow on Twitter @ftapon
Touristlink Profile(s): Francis Tapon

Thai Salad The world is filled with amazing food.Long-term travelers—who also happen to be amateur foodies—all know this. But there’s something else many of us know: secretly, we want to be Anthony Bourdain. Some of the crazier of us (I’m in this group) wouldn’t even mind being Andrew Zimmern.

Author(s): Evo Terra
Follow on Twitter @evoterra
Touristlink Profile(s): Evo Terra

Erin

Top 10 Ruins of Southeast Asia

Posted: Dec 3, 2015

BorobudurOne of my most favorite things in the world would be ruins. I just love them. There’s such a sense of mystery to ancient structures that makes them so incredibly fascinating. What did they actually look like when they were first built?

Author(s): Erin
Follow on Twitter @history_travels
Touristlink Profile(s): Not yet

Avichai

1 Day In Mont Saint Michel

Posted: Jul 16, 2015

Mont Saint Michel The legendary Mont Saint Michel, right on the border of Brittany & Normandy in France, was for years on the short list of places I wanted to visit. The image of a tiny medieval island, fully accessible only at low tide.

Author(s): Avichai
Follow on Twitter @XdaysinY
Touristlink Profile(s): Avichai

Ama Dablam The trek to Everest Base Camp is the most popular in Nepal drawing upwards of 30,000 visitors a year for its incredible mountain views, excellent trails and comfortable tea house style trekking.

Author(s): David
Follow on Twitter @HimalayaWonders
Touristlink Profile(s): David

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