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Air India Domestic Economy Review A319 New Delhi (DEL) to Agra (AGR) and American Express Centurion Lounge New Delhi

Air India Domestic Economy Review A319 New Delhi (DEL) to Agra (AGR) and American Express Centurion Lounge New Delhi

Air India gets a lot of flak for its sub-par long-haul economy and business class products. I wanted to try their domestic service for my trip to Agra. Air India runs an ‘Express’ from New Delhi to Varanasi, Agra, Khajuraho and back to New Delhi every other day. The new Terminal 3 in New Delhi […]

Posted on September 11, 2018 by in Air India, Airline Reviews

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Jet Airways Economy Review New Delhi (DEL) to Kathmandu (KTM) (and return) B737, ITC Lounge Review DEL, Executive Lounge Review KTM

Jet Airways Economy Review New Delhi (DEL) to Kathmandu (KTM) (and return) B737, ITC Lounge Review DEL, Executive Lounge Review KTM

The day before my outbound travel to Kathmandu, Jet Airways had just announced the possible shutdown of the airline if employees did not start taking concessions. However, operations seemingly weren’t affected (as far as I could tell). Jet Airways operates from New Delhi’s Terminal 3, which is a new world of Indian aviation and looks more […]

Posted on September 2, 2018 by in Airline Reviews, Priority Pass Lounges

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Hyatt Regency Kathmandu Review

Hyatt Regency Kathmandu Review

The Hyatt Regency Kathmandu sits in a lovely green oasis to the east of the downtown area of Kathmandu. Without traffic, it is just 10 minutes from Kathmandu International Airport. Check-in was quick and efficient. I currently have no Hyatt status so wasn’t expecting much but the room we received had a lovely view and […]

Posted on August 19, 2018 by in Hotel Reviews, World of Hyatt

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My Favorite 24 Things to do Tokyo, Japan

My Favorite 24 Things to do Tokyo, Japan

My Favorite 24 Things to do Tokyo, Japan – Understand Tokyo needs no introduction. This massive metropolis stands for the rise of Japan from World War Two to one of the richest nations on earth. Tokyo is where the money is invested into mind-boggling infrastructure and skyscrapers. The city is home to more than 13 […]

Posted on July 14, 2018 by in Things to Do (City Guides)

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Saudia Economy Review Kochi (COK) to Riyadh (RUH) A330 and Earth Lounge Kochi Review

Saudia Economy Review Kochi (COK) to Riyadh (RUH) A330 and Earth Lounge Kochi Review

For reasons I don’t fully understand, Saudia files very low fares from several South Indian cities to Addis Abeba (despite minimal competition). Saudia fares usually work one-way for half price and so I booked Kochi (COK) to Addis Abeba (ADD) for under $100 in economy for the 3,000-mile journey connecting via Riyadh (RUH). When booking […]

Posted on December 24, 2017 by in Airline Reviews, Travel Deals

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My Favorite 14 Things to do Malawi – Blantyre, Lilongwe & Lake Malawi

My Favorite 14 Things to do Malawi – Blantyre, Lilongwe & Lake Malawi

My Favorite 14 Things to do Malawi – Understand Malawi can be best described as a gigantic organic farm where time has stood still for the last 200 years. Malawians are superbly talented farmers who have had no trouble foregoing a material life for a life living inside the huge farms that this country runs. The […]

Posted on January 31, 2017 by in Things to Do (City Guides), TOP Travel Destinations

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Can Carlson Travel Agent Rates really save you money on your hotel booking?

Can Carlson Travel Agent Rates really save you money on your hotel booking?

  What are Carlson Travel Agent Rates? Like other major hotel brands and travel providers, Carlson is known for offering preferred lower rates to travel professionals, either for the agents to use for personal stays or so they can book on behalf of clients. The Carlson Look To Book site does more than just offer a discount, however. […]

Posted on November 21, 2016 by in Club Carlson / Radisson, Travel Agent Rate

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The 15 Things I Learned about Cambodia this week

The 15 Things I Learned about Cambodia this week

This was my second visit to Cambodia and after a wonderful first visit to Siem Reap, I wasn’t impressed with the country this time. Cambodia isn’t like Thailand Thailand is the world’s largest playground and has some of the highest share of return visitors. Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh is just an hour’s flying from Bangkok, […]

Posted on November 11, 2016 by in TOP Travel Destinations

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The 16 Things I Learned about Nigeria

The 16 Things I Learned about Nigeria

There is more than one Nigeria Nigeria is not a coherent country. City dwellers in Lagos, those who live in the countryside and the people lucky enough to get direct access to the oil money (Nigeria produces 2 million barrels of oil every day) all live in different worlds that rarely intersect. Nigeria is very […]

Posted on July 12, 2016 by in TOP Travel Destinations

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