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tgblog Jul 30 2014

Go food-hunting in Hyderabad

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Hyderabad as a city has always been captivating people’s imaginations with its history and architecture, most notably the Charminar and the Golconda Fort. Undoubtedly, most flock to the city to catch a glimpse of these sites apart from the Qutub Shahi Tombs, Birla Mandir, Hussain Sagar Lake, NTR Gardens and others. Another factor which brings in tourists is its cuisine. We bring you a couple of dishes you can try out in the city and where. If you have just reached the city by bus early in the morning from Bangalore or Mumbai, chances are that you will disembark at […..]

tgblog Jul 28 2014

Frolicking on the Tannirbhavi Beach

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The city of Mangalore in Karnataka, which is about 300 km from Bangalore, has numerous beaches that are still untouched. Coupled with the salivating sea food and the mouth-watering Mangalorean cuisine, it makes for a perfect weekend getaway. I love going to this lovely city just for its beaches and I never get bored of them. The Tannirbhavi Beach in Perambur is my favourite, as this 2-km stretch beach is not crowded even during the peak season; giving you the feeling of a private beach. To reach this beach located about 11 km away from the city, you will have […..]

tgblog Jul 27 2014

Customer bowled over by a thoughtful gesture

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At TicketGoose, our customers’ convenience, safety and comfort are our top-most priority.  We are chronicling a few case studies where our customer care executives have gone out of their way to ensure that the passengers, who booked their tickets through our portal, have a comfortable and a safe ride. On the night of July 24, Nalini (53) was travelling alone to Chennai by the Greenline Travels. While browsing through the passengers’ list, Vivek, a customer care executive of TicketGoose, realised   that she was to board the bus from Madiwala at 11.15 pm. He immediately called her up at 10.35 pm […..]

tgblog Jul 26 2014

Soak in the Eid festivities from Kashmir to Kannur

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All those who have been fasting all over the world from Bosnia to Indonesia, from the Caucasus to Africa, have been looking forward to the day when the fasting month comes to an end. The day is eagerly awaited and once the crescent is up in the sky, celebrations erupt all across, including India. The crescent moon signifies the end of the compulsory Ramadan fasting, marked by huge feasting. This time the celebrations will be held on July 29 (subject to moon sighting). Many food enthusiasts also get on their toes looking forwardto the mouth-watering cuisine in store. Women and […..]

tgblog Jul 25 2014

Manipat, an unexplored getaway

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Chhattisgarh has several destinations that are still unexplored. And going to an offbeat getaway devoid of the usual crowd is rejuvenating; where you can simply walk in leisure without bothering about the honking traffic or the onlookers. Manipat was a chance discovery during our trip to Chhattisgarh. About 258 km from Bilaspur, it lies atop a plateau surrounded by emerald valleys. The hill station with its thick forests, gushing waterfalls, and gentle-flowing streams has earned itself the sobriquet of “Shimla of Sarguja.” The Tibetan settlement in the village was another pleasant surprise. This locality seemed every bit like a mini […..]