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tgblog Aug 09 2014

The green rolling hills of Jaintia Hills

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Have you been tempted by the picture-perfect destinations of Europe with green rolling hills, fabulous and clear blue skies, but money constraints held you back? Well, you don’t have to look yonder for such holidays, as India is replete with destinations that are relatively untouched and undiscovered. Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya is one such place with crystal clear skies and clear flowing streams, which will mesmerise you. The rich culture of the Jaintias, the tribe that inhabits the eastern part of the state, is also worth knowing. Getting there: Jaintia Hills You can get to this place from Guwahati, Shillong […..]

tgblog Aug 08 2014

Tips on how to pack light

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When it comes to packing our bags before any journey, we always tend to overstuff with clothes, toiletries and little nick-knacks that we end up bringing back without using them during our trip. Packing light is an art that we need to learn. By carrying less you will save a lot of money as you can easily hop on a bus instead of hiring a cab; you also do not need to pay extra for your luggage if you are taking a flight or a train. Here are a few tips that will help you pack light and enjoy your […..]

tgblog Aug 07 2014

Snake boat race: Rhapsody of the oarsmen

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Come July, and the prelude to Onam festivities begin in Kerala. The coconut-fringed Pamba River and Punnamada Lake in Alleppey, also called Alappuzha, are abuzz with activities as the oarsmen get their acts together for the annual boat race that lasts through August-September till Onam. The Champakulam boat race held in July is the precursor of the lot. The Nehru Trophy Boat Race held every second Saturday of August has become so popular that it attracts tourists not only from the country but also abroad. The genesis of this unique cultural legacy goes back to the time when a boat […..]

tgblog Aug 06 2014

‘Hot Tea Across India’: Travel tales by an avid traveller

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I am not a tea person, but when I am travelling I always long for the cuppa. And that becomes a point of discord between me and my husband very often when we are travelling. While he wants to reach the destination as early as possible, I want to stop by along the roadside dhabas after every two hours, sip my hot chai and stretch my feet; the best part about road trips. That is why when I started reading Rishad Saam Mehta’s Hot Tea Across India, I was completely hooked till I completed the book. A light read of […..]

tgblog Aug 05 2014

“Transporting the Indian cricket team to the stadium was a proud moment for me”

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Whether we travel intra-city or inter-city, do we ever think about the person who is behind the wheels and is responsible in transporting us safely to our destinations? We at TicketGoose, would like you to meet some of the unsung heroes who have been playing a pivotal part in our lives every day. N.H. Hidayathulla Khan is no ordinary driver. The 35-year-old has had the opportunity of transporting the Indian cricket team in his bus. Khan, who has been driving for the last 10 years, is a Volvo bus driver from HKB Travels. His current responsibility is driving passengers from […..]