Apparently, much like everything else, traveling will also develop and change drastically in the next decade. Here are some trends that experts claim the world will see in the field of travel in the upcoming decade.
Make Duolingo your friend. Just 15 minutes a day and you can learn the basics of a new language in a matter of a few weeks. If you are traveling somewhere, make it a point to learn some phrases—to say hello, order food, and ask for directions—before you go.
Traveling is always a rewarding experience but it can be even more fulfilling if you follow some basic unwritten rules. Here The Week gives you five important tips that can make your next trip so much better than your last.
All of us know have this idea of a perfect place where we would like to live someday. For some, that place might be in laps of the mountains in Switzerland and for others, it could be by the sea in Pondicherry. We all have our reasons for wanting to live where we want to. It could be the cultural influence of the place, the food it is famous for, or simply the fact that we like what we have seen in photos.
Imagine going on a lengthy trip to the island of Tuvalu and having the time of your life but realizing you don’t have enough money to buy a return ticket back home. Or maybe you are traveling through multiple countries at once, say in Europe, and realize that you have spent way more than you were planning to during just half of the trip. Lack of a proper budget is what stops most of us from hopping on a plane to that place you’ve always wanted to visit.
It’s no secret that most of us like to travel and we use every opportunity we get to pack our bags and leave for a new place. But when it comes to making those arduous trips to Gosaikunda and Langtang a reality, we tend to find one reason or the other as to why we can’t make it ‘this’ time and keep putting it off. According to Sangharsha Bhattrai, a software engineer, artist, photographer, and traveler, traveling is all about giving up on making excuses and finding reasons to do it however scary and intimidating it might be instead.
Life would be boring if we didn’t do the stuff we know we shouldn’t and just focused on what’s important. There are some things we love doing even though eventually, we end up feeling bad about it. Case in point could be Saturday mornings when we sleep till one because of a hangover or indulging in a thick slab of chocolate cake and then one more. But guilty pleasures are necessary.
About 5, 00,000 students across the country sat for Secondary Education Exam (SEE) this year. After all the hectic days of rigorous reading, revising and practicing, now they have become completely free for at least a couple of months. This is the longest vacation they have ever got since they joined school and they want to spend it in the best way possible.
Traveling is as daunting as it is fun. If you are traveling to an entirely new place where you are unfamiliar with the culture and lifestyle, then no amount of research or planning is enough for you to be truly able to understand and appreciate it. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of your trip. Here are five, frequent traveler attested, tricks of the trade that pretty much ensure you get your money and time’s worth.
19 is an age of uncertainty, of college decisions and life choices and everything else that perhaps shouldn’t be ladled on the shoulders of someone so young. It was the same for Margaret Doyne or Maggie. At 19, she was all set for a high-ranking college, dreaming of a six-figure salary and a bright future ahead of her.
Chapagain, a 24-year-old BBS graduate from Capital College and Research Center, runs two Instagram pages. The first one with the handle @heyitsanoo is her primary account that boasts an impressive 10,000 plus followers. You will find various #OOTD, beauty and fashion related posts here. She is also constantly updating stories on this account with important things that happen throughout the day.
Few things are more exciting than traveling internationally. When going abroad, you get to experience all the beautiful cultures that make up our world. Many people are wary of international travel, however, fearing that it is dangerous.
We travel to explore. It’s best when adventures can teach us a thing or two about the world as well as ourselves. Each traveler has his or her own ideas about what makes an ideal traveling experience. And, thankfully, the frontier of tourism is always evolving to bring new opportunities.
KOHALPUR, Aug 30: Continuous rainfall in Western Nepal since the past few weeks have caused several potholes in the East West Highway making transportation riskier for the commuters. Certain section of the highway has been affected by floods as well.
Public transport, in Nepali context, is extensively used by students. Public vehicles, including three wheeler tempos, micro buses and buses are jam-packed specially during office hours. The topped off vehicles cannot accommodate the commuters comfortably and a morning ride is most certainly always a hassle. A transport is used as the means to reach a destination – educational institution, health facilities or work place – but if commuting becomes a complication, it will apparently make an impact on the welfare and psychology of commuters. Sonam Lama of My City talked to the students of British College, Thapathali to listen to their everyday experience of traveling from home to college in public vehicles and their ideas to make the journey hassle-free.
CHITWAN, July 5: Road accidents along the Narayanghat-Mugling road section have so far claimed 47 live this fiscal year. 14 of these victims are still missing. This busy road is a great horror to travelers as they never know what would happen of them on the way.
I got an opportunity to visit the United States for my sister’s graduation. My journey started from Kathmandu via Turkey to JFK airport in New York. I was really happy and was eager to meet my sister and my younger brother. My sister’s graduation party was very different and fun.