Plunge Pools from Around the World by Suzana Jamil

Check this place out. Not only it is a resort, but Song Saa is actually also a private island. A private islands with its’ own private villas. Each villas have its’ own private plunge pools. It doesn’t get any more exclusive then this. The plunge pools and villas themselves are breathtaking, let alone the view. You've got to see it to believe it.

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Top 5 Beautiful Resorts in the Maldives by Suzana Jamil

I am inclined to believe that there are no bad beaches in Maldives. The water is always crystal clear and at other times, blue. Resorts cluster by the dozens on this chain of islands and in fact it’s pretty hard to find a bad one. I’m sure there is in terms of service but most of them are pretty decent. But here are some of the more interesting ones in Maldives.

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Indian Cuisine: The Aromas of India by Suzana Jamil

The first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions Indian food is of course, curry (or kari)! But do you know that in India itself curry only means “gravy”? As such, a person traveling to India should not go strolling into a restaurant asking for kari at random. Because that would be quite meaningless. In India you need to be more specific in what type of dish or cooking that you might want to try.

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Festivals of India by Suzana Jamil

India, with a population of around 1.2 billion people is the second most populated country in the world. Despite of the density and different religious backgrounds, India has managed to maintain a peaceful balance among its people. So it is to no surprise then that when it comes to festivals, India blooms with a vivacity of colors.

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How to Become A Well-Versed Traveller by Suzana Jamil

A lot of people travel, yes. But not a lot of people are good travellers. So what does it take to make a person well versed in the art of travelling? Or how do you become a better traveller? Well, in my personal opinion, these are a few things that you must do, before and during your journey around the world.

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Travelling Solo by Kim Froome

If you’re the type of person who couldn't read a map to save a life, you may feel reluctant to venture solo. Yes, it of course is a given that you’re bound to get lost a couple of times, but that is a whole part of the experience.

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My First Time Abroad by Suzana Jamil

I consider myself a well-travelled person. I was brought up in a family that had the opportinity to frequently travel. Going overseas were always an exciting new adventure with the family. So I did not really expect the weird jarred feeling when I first went abroad by myself.

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Festivals of Japan by Suzana Jamil

It is safe to say that you can visit Japan at any point of time during the year, and you will probably be able to catch a matsuri (festival). Numerous as the number of shrines itself, a matsuri event is not to be missed. That is, if you don’t mind the crowd, as it will be massive. 

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