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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
A Walk In The Clouds
On the subject of entrancing places, M.M. Kaye talks of names “that possess a peculiar
My plane window frames a hazy picture: grey swirls of mist, suffused with a pale afternoon light
Cidade de Goa: 1N from Rs 7,000. Includes accommodation for 2 adults and 2 kids below 6
|High and Dry|
A small group of men had collected outside the closed door of the Kailash Bar and Restaurant
A fortnight before we’re due to leave for cherry blossom season in Kyoto
In allowing myself to be enticed to the hills during an especially sultry summer
|Dance Like A Man|
Italy, America, China, Denmark, Turkey, Mongolia, Germany, France...,”
|Let The Beer Flow|
Heading out of Munich on the eve of Oktoberfest, it was tough to escape the feeling
|All Kosher |
I am at Synagogue Street, at the crossing of Canning Street and Brabourne Road,
|Where on Earth?|
These soaring, jagged limestone spires are typical of this stretch of the Alps.
|LETTER OF THE MONTH|
Nashik’s gradual transformation into wine country has finally moved up a notch with Sula Vineyards’ luxury villa Beyond.
The sprawling 250-acre Leonia resort lies 30km from Hyderabad, in a snaking lane off the Shamirpet Road
Favourite Hotel in the World?
Mumbai’s newest five-star property is suitably named: Hotel Imperial Palace.
|Watch This Space|
2N/3D for Rs 6,999 and Rs 5,599 at Lemon Tree hotels in Alleppey and Aurangabad
Neither in terms of jaw-dropping beauty nor in the sheer challenge of the terrain does any road trip in India
One very good reason to fly KLM business class, apart from the obvious comfort
Tourism Australia had planned to invite about 100 Indian travel agents who have been identified
The Paris International Air Show, which was held between June 15 and 21, just turned 100.
|Watch This Space|
IndiGo starts flights on the Patna-Kolkata-Bangalore, Patna-Mumbai and Patna-Lucknow sectors.
The times they are a’changin’ in the USA, for the new Presidency seems to be a time for the laying to rest of ghosts
Star Cruises, the leading cruise line in the Asia-Pacific region, announces its first cruise from Hong Kong to Taiwan
The Ladakh Confluence (August 28-31) is far from your average festival.
Sport a bold look this summer with Fossil’s new spring-summer collection of watches.
|The Lost City Of Z|
Two months ago, London’s Royal Geographical Society found itself riven by the bitter battle
|For Pepper And Christ|
The story of Vasco Da Gama’s landing on the coast of Kerala has been told elegantly as straight history.
In 2002, global tourism was in terrible shape, due to 9/11 and its aftermath.
This is a messy, carelessly thrown together coffee-table book.
|On The Shelf|
Manseau travels around the globe in search of “dismembered toes