Month: September 2017

Where Should You Go For Your First Taste Of Safari Life?

Where Should You Go For Your First Taste Of Safari Life?

Travel
Ease of access makes East Africa a natural favorite for first-timers. Avail cheap flight ticketsto Kenya this holiday season. Kulula Flights lands you in Nairobi from South Africa at an affordable price. Kenya's most prominent safari destination is the Maasai Mara National Reserve. This is the place the BBC's Big Cat Diary was shot, and there is no place better for close experiences with lions, cheetahs and panthers than here. Travelling between July and October will let you see the wildebeest migration, the best wildlife show with your bare eyes. Altogether very different are the dry country parks of northern Kenya. Samburu is eminent for elephants, Lake Nakuru National Park is an exhibit for flamingos and rhinos and Meru was the home of Elsa, the Born Free lioness. Tsavo is so huge tha...
Keep A Tab On IRCTC Seat Availability And Book Tickets Within Time

Keep A Tab On IRCTC Seat Availability And Book Tickets Within Time

Travel
Are you one of those who simply adore travelling via train? Did rail journeys mean something special for you? Do you feel pissed off if you want to travel in a specific train and were not able to do the same because of unavailability of seats or your waiting ticket status doesn’t get confirmed till last? Well, everyone face such situations at times and to avoid that, it is highly recommended and suggested to make your plans while thinking to travel in trains a bit earlier and go check for IRCTC seat availability and book tickets as soon as could be possible. This actually helps people to stay away from anxiety or annoying stuff that could be occurred at the last time of the travel. Train travel is always meant to be memorable and fun and making some of the lasting memories with your speci
Visit the Palace of Spring in Bucharest

Visit the Palace of Spring in Bucharest

Destinations
Bucharest is a city that has undergone many changes when Ceausescu came to power: we all know theParliament Palace , some of you will have heard about the demolitions of some old districts to make room for more modern constructions ... Let's say that this period left traces visible today in the Romanian landscape. During my trip to Bucharest, we took a moment to visit the Palace of Spring in Bucharest : this is the private residence of the Ceauşescu family. Not to be confused with the Parliament Palace, this immense building where parliament still sits today. The Palace of Spring, Palatul Primaverii in Raomanian, was the residence of the Ceausescu, a place arranged according to their tastes and where all the family lived. A richly decorated place, equipped with a wine cellar, a cinema
Journey Round The World Are We Ruined In Taking Flight Tickets As We Go

Journey Round The World Are We Ruined In Taking Flight Tickets As We Go

Travel
I am only reporting here on international flights (except for the flight from west to eastern Canada, because for us it was really 2 different trips). The few internal flights that we have taken will be included in the country expenses that I will be publishing soon. In addition, I differentiated the expenses of air tickets in 2 parts: before the 2 years of Éléanor and after the 2 years of Éléanor. Why ? Simply because before 2 years a baby does not pay almost (but is on the knees). After 2 years, a baby has its headquarters but pays between 75 and 100% of the price of an adult, according to the companies. It's gone for the numbers, I'll find you right after for the analysis! 😉 AIRLINE TICKETS BEFORE THE 2 YEARS OF ÉLÉANOR Paris-> Colombo (Air India): 767 € (including 19 € for
Our Sri Lanka Tea Plantation Week: A Decisive Experience

Our Sri Lanka Tea Plantation Week: A Decisive Experience

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We have just returned from a week in a small village near Neluwa in Sri Lanka . We stayed "  at the inhabitant  " as the saying goes, in other words in a charming and caring family who pampered us for a week. More than a week in immersion, it was for us a week of disconnection and a realhymn to the slowness . Still, it made us a little afraid a priori. I explain all this in the article, but first of all I explain in a few sentences what brought us here and what we did. Here is the family that received us (and supported) during this week. "WHY DID THEY GO INTO THIS GALLEY?" " It's not very glorious, but that's the question we asked ourselves the day we arrived in the village. The people seem very charming, but there is absolutely nothing to do. No wifi, the closest town is n