If you travel and haven’t had the chance to taste the food various airlines provides to their business class passengers, then this post might grab your attention. Fascinating, isn’t it? For me, the difference between an airline’s business class food and economy class food is actually a bit different than the perspective they present it from. I think that the food provided to the business class commuters is basically an decoration whereas economy class gets to enjoy the real food with pinch of the country’s influence.
If you wish to travel with a lot of cloths but hate to drag bags along with you, here is a solution. According to the video of Travel Noire, you can arrange your cloths in such a way that they will fit in your bag in the most efficient way ever.
Here is how you do it:
So as shown in the video:
1. Put the jacket first with collars down position.
2. Put collared shirt next with 180 degrees to the jacket .
3. Put another shirt above this shirt again at 180 degrees to the shirt you placed over the jacket.
4. Repeat this process for shirts/tshirts/sweaters.
5. Put your Jeans/Pants in between the shirts at an 90 degree angle to the shirts.
6. Now after piling them up, put your undergarments on the top of the clothes and start wrapping as shown in video.
Finally, you will have a bundle which will turn out to be smaller than the normal packaging.
Imagine a world full of development, prosperity, harmony and peace; sounds impossible right? Well there are actually a handful of countries in the world enjoying the status of nearly no crime. Crime do not come from lack of police control but it comes from the unemployment and
An Island country located in eastern Mediterranean Sea, Cyprus, have a very low crime rate which has led tourists flooding into this peaceful country. Don’t be surprised if you find houses with doors unlocked.
Beauty doesn’t reside in the visualization of the scenery a particular landscape have but it resides in the peace and harmony the land can provide to the people living in it. Same is with Denmark where the murder rate is as low as .1 per 1000 people making it one of the safest place to live on earth.
Hearts of people are warm and the crime rate is cold in Iceland. With only 700 policemen, Iceland is a glimpse of an Utopian world. As a matter of fact, the policemen are not allowed to carry a gun with them as they have no need of it. The whole country have around 200 prisoners in some petty cases who are allowed to visit there families periodically
It has topped other wealthy nations of the world not in terms of GDP but in terms of being a country where even small thefts are dormant and rarely reported. It have a rate of 0.2 homicides/100 thousand of its population.
With over 300 hundred police officers per 100,000 citizens, Ireland have a very low crime rate. Filled with beauty, this country experience a .30 homicides/1000 citizens.
Japan has suffered many things from Hiroshima/Nagasaki to frequent earthquakes and other natural threats but still it has shown a brilliant efficiency in controlling crime. The crime rates resulting in death is below 0.4/100000 people. The country has grown with an unprecedented growth rate and it is considered as one of the safest country to live on in Asia.
With approximately zero crime, Luxembourg is one of the happiest country on the world. Small in area though, this country has proved itself to be the heaven for those who are seeking peace in their life.
With around 2000 police officers monitoring every 100,000 citizens, Bahrain has emerged as a country with a very high stronghold on the crimes. The tight rules and strict policies let law-abiding citizens live in peace.
Arguably the safest country in Asia to live in, Singapore has controlled the crime rates by its strict rules and regulations. The country develops in every dimensions except in crime.
Considered as a perfect destination for tourists seeking the pleasant beauty of nature apart from Kashmir, Switzerland is considered one of the most safe country to live in. Surprisingly, half of the crimes are committed by the foreigners.
We heartly hope to see India in the list.
Dubai is a Saudi Heaven with beautiful architecture, buildings kissing the blue sky with white foam and flying men. Yes apparently dubai have that too, with Yves Rossy and Vince Reffet who build the Jetman Dubai jetpack athlete team. Though being from different areas and expertise and different professions, share a same passion, flying. Although to take this incredible flight, they need to take jump from an aircraft but once in air, they can fly for upto 15 minutes with a speed of 200kmph to 300kmph.
They are indeed the superman of Dubai. Have a look at their incredible video.
It is more or less like a dream come true, if you look through the eyes of a company, this is the future of tourism and adventure sports!
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Haunted places in India, what could be more exciting place to travel and feel the rush of adrenaline to actually see a ghost (or at least feel the presence of).
If you are an avid traveler and never want to miss a place then let us dare you to go to the most haunted places in India.
10) GP block Merrut
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People have reported four men sitting inside the house around a table with a single candle lighted in the center, and having alcohol. Some whisper about a lady in red sitting on the rooftop.
9) Agrasen ki Baoli, Delhi
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It is a step well located near the Connaught Place on the Hailey Road in the heart of India, Delhi, this is in fact a very cold hearted place. You would feel excited yet empty from within. People say that if you go down the stairs you would feel yourself pulled by the well itself to drawn in.
8) The Three Kings Church, Goa
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The Three kings church is believed to be haunted by the three Portuguese Kings. According to the legends there were 3 Portuguese kings which ruled the state of Goa. They wanted power at any cost. Once, King Holger Alvunger, has invited two other kings in the palace. He poisoned both of them and after some time, he also committed suicide by consuming poison. All three died over there and still their spirit is felt wandering over the place.
7) Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai
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Believe it or not, the park is believed to be haunted by the spirit of a phantom hitchhiker which can be seen wandering in the woods. If you ask the local guards then the leopard and other dangerous animals have eaten a lot of people who have stayed in the forest. The phantom hitchhiker was one of the victims.
6) Firoz Shah Kotla, Delhi
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This place has witnessed numerous suicides and the place is filled by Djinns now, who dwell in these ruins. Although the authorities deny it, most buildings around are built facing the other way. If you go in the evening when sun is down, people say that you may feel followed or stalked by someone. It is even believed that fairies and other creatures visit this place.
5) The forests of Shimla
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What could I say about this, I have a friend (during my college) who couldn’t sleep properly for nearly two months after witnessing a headless man following him. Could be a hoax but the forests of Shimla are said to be filled with a lot of spirits and ghosts.
4) The Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune
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built in 1746 this marvellous piece of architect is actually believed to be haunted by the spirit of a young prince who was brutally murdered by his own relatives. If you camp inside at night you could actually hear the screaming of the young prince. So it is always advisable to stay away at night.
3) Dow Hill Kurseong, Darjeeling – West Bengal
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Remember 1920 movie? It is more or less like that. The Dow Hill’s residents have reported many sight seeing of a headless boy and a many ghosts in the creaking wood.
2) Dumas Beach-Surat, Gujrat
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A beautiful place, amazing vacation destination but beware, this beach is meant to be enjoyed in daytime only. This is the second most haunted place in India. Wish to hear whisper of spirits then come to this place. You would listen to spirits voices warnings from them. The beach was earlier used to be holy cremating ground for Hindus but now spirit wanders here at night.
1) Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan
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It is the most haunted place in India. If it officially deemed as a Haunted place by Indian government with a sign board warning stating to stay away from the place during night. The story which follows a wizard and a princess.
The scary story of Bhangarh
According to the story the princess was very beautiful and her beauty charmed the wizard living nearby in Bhangarh. He tried to trick the princess by a love potion so that tge princess would fall in love with her.
But princess came to know about this and threw the portion on a rock. Enchanted rock crushed the wizard but before dying the Wizard bestowed a curse and foretold the doom of Bhangarh. Soon after the city was destroyed by the Mughal Army and princess died in the process. Till date it is believed that the ghost of these two roams the barren fort. And people who roam around in night have gone missing or found dead.
Dare your devil and have a trip to these places.
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Advendure, dramatic change of 'hawa pani' and loads of fun. This is what traveling is, more or less. You can always plan your travel and as most people do, in the cheapest way possible. But there is more than planning and saving money.
Today we will discuss few things which you should NEVER do while traveling.
Never go Extreme without professional guidance
People love to test their limits, and it is good but without professional or experienced guidance it is just a dumb step. Risking your life for a thrilling adventure rush is of absolutely no sense whereas risking your life with a person who know how to react in case of problems is of course a daredevil stuff.
Do not give charity, instead feed hungry
People take pity on children or adults who are begging for money. Well, they are begging it from other tourists too. Hence instead of giving them charity offer them food or at least a biscuit packet. And in case, for food, if they say no, then you should go.
Never go out alone to try out new places at night.
You do not know the place or people of a particular area so as a precaution it is better to stay at your motel/hotel instead of getting 'in the soul of the city'. Tourists who are alone are very easy hunt for non-social people and they may hurt you.
Never go without a backup plan
If in case you lost your passport/cash/credit-card/debit-card/mobile etc then how would you manage. The best way is to always have all the documents scanned and uploaded on your mail box. So in case if a proof is needed then you could have a backup or supporting documents. Also for money, always carry an emergency purse because it may happen that your cards stop working in the time of need (happened to me once).
Never take unconditional help
"He/she is very good, people have helping nature here. He/she is guiding me to every place and offered me with a free tour,, such a nice person". Just think, do you have time to guide anyone or share your food with a complete stranger or leave your daily activity so that an you can roam around for a whole day with an unknown tourist? Then beware, its simple.
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