18 Totally Biased Airline Reviews
Posted by Claire Divas / September 18, 2015

  So many airlines service the same routes for the same price. Which one should you choose? Here are 18 totally biased airline reviews to help you fly right: ...

  Kyanjin Ri (4773m / 15655 ft), like Kala Patthar on the Everest Base Camp Trek, is the highest point most trekkers reach on the Langtang Trek.  Kyanjin Ri is a small hill by Himalayan standards that sits just to the north east of Kyanjin Gumba (3830m).  Its well worth the 3 to 5 hours it will take to get to the summit to see the fantastic views of the upper Langtang Valley and surrounding peaks and glaciers. Here is a quick summary of how to reach the top and what you will see.  ...

 This is the only Brahma temple in the world, and hence attracts many visitors throughout the year. The area around the temple is a good place to shop for local articles. It’s great for silver jewellery, Rajasthani decor items, blue pottery and religious CDs. For a unique souvenir, buy some gulab jal – water made from the petals of locally grown roses. Walking along the dusty lanes of Pushkar, you almost feel as if you’re on the set of a cliché-ridden Hollywood film about India. The town is built around a peaceful lake, surrounded by 52 marble ghats. Rajasthani women in brightly coloured saris and lehnga cholis (skirts and tops), with pallus (shawls...

India has one of the most exotic and ancient cultures in human history (which makes it very exciting for India sightseeing).  It’s more than just a country it’s a subcontinent with many different languages, religions, and cultural differences. This gives India many different tourist places for everyone.  India has long been a region whose products have been coveted by people the world over (don’t forget to buy A LOT of stuff when your completing all your tourist attractions in India. From its spices, textiles, rugs, and dishware, it has long been known to be an area to purchase luxury goods.  It is home to some of the world’...

      Barossa Valley, Australia South Australia always shines, but the Barossa Valley is beaming. One of Australia’s oldest food and wine regions, the Barossa is criss-cut with more than 150 wineries. Some, like the heritage vines at Penfolds and Henschke, have been fruiting since the late 1800s. But Barossa is not all about history; the region also bursts with new butcheries, bakeries, breweries, cideries, creameries, and cooking schools such as Mark McNamara’s latest Food Luddite Kitchen. Travelers can ramble between standbys like Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop and recently opened accommodations ranging from the Ika...