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Two Weeks Uncovering India, Delhi to Mumbai

Two weeks to uncover India, from traffic-filled Delhi to modern Mumbai, an on-the-ground view of some of India’s most fantastic towns and cities Written by Nicola Easterby, for G Adventures India is irresistible one moment and exasperating the next. But even after two weeks of the country’s turbulent behaviour, I was left wanting more. It … Continue reading Two Weeks Uncovering India, Delhi to Mumbai

International Women’s Day – “I am strong, I am invincible, I am woman.”

Written by Courtney Bowen at travelcuts “I am strong, I am invincible, I am woman…” Forty-seven years ago, these lyrics were released in a song “I Am Woman”, by Australian-American artist Helen Reddy. The song was featured a year later in the 1972 film, Stand Up and Be Counted and later became a number one … Continue reading International Women’s Day – “I am strong, I am invincible, I am woman.”

Travelling Alone (for the first time!)

At some point in time, it happens to everyone: you’ll have to travel alone. Maybe the prospect of this excites you (in which case, you might want to read this post), or maybe you find it terrifying. Maybe you don’t have any strong feelings about the subject. Regardless, if you’re on this post, you probably … Continue reading Travelling Alone (for the first time!)