Bhutan: Why It’s Worth It

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Bhutan, a peaceful and spiritual oasis lying in the heart of the Eastern Himalayas offers unique adventures to travelers, but has a reputation for being expensive that deters potential visitors. Kellie Netherwood explains why it is worth it.

Is the Party Over – Goa, India, Asia

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Colin Todhunter discovered that Goa’s underbelly is dirty, corrupt and well thought out.

Tribute to the Indian Coffee House – India, Asia

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Colin Todhunter found the Indian Coffee Houses to be basic, where decor generally takes a back seat to the low prices and delicious food, where the headdresses on the waiters are usually a metaphor fo

The Road Was Gone – India, Asia

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Bus travel through India's mountainous regions involves dramatic scenery, remote villages, fresh air and colorful passengers. On Derek Baron's recent journey, the only thing missing was the r

Downhill Journey to Kathmandu – Nepal, Asia

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Barry Rogge and friends had a long, arduous, but fascinating car trip from the Tibet border to Kathmandu.

In Defense of Street Food – Mumbai, India, Asia

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A true adventure story – Bryan Davis attempts to order breakfast in a Mumbai restaurant.

Get That Stick Out of My Ear – India, Asia

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With the assitance of a half-naked man armed with a small stick, Derek Baron quickly discovered the dirtiest place in India.

Madness at Thirty Nine Thousand Feet – India, Asia

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Vasudev Murthy experienced a harrowing, confusing and most novel flight.

You Gotta Have Faith – India, Asia

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Many people are, as it were, struck by the traffic in India. Graham Smart offers a brief, light-hearted view from the streets of New Delhi and Varanasi.

Ramadan in Pakistan – Asia

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Lloyd Raleigh discovers that the month-long, dawn-to-dusk fast is more than meets the eye.