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The Motelorcycle Chronicles Motels and Motorcycle Travel, The New Roaring 20s – Travel Article

Welcome the glam. Welcome the style. Welcome the 2020s! It was 100 years ago that America welcomed in the roaring 20s. The Great War was over and people were thirsty for decadence and adventure. The 1920s ushered in a new era of motor tourists as Americans bought shiny new motor vehicles and took to travel the country.  While there is no record of the total amount of motorcycles sold in the 1920s, by the end of the decade Americans purchased…

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TOP 15 WILDLIFE NATIONAL PARKS IN SRI LANKA – Sri Lanka Travel Article

TOP 15 WILDLIFE NATIONAL PARKS IN SRI LANKA Yala National Park Sri Lanka Yala Park is the second biggest untamed wildlife national parks in sri lanka. The atmosphere here is semi-parched with tremendous dry forests and open patches of prairies and is partitioned into five squares. Jeep Safari visit through the untamed life Park will be a remarkable experience, alongside an odd possibility of being charged at by an adolescent bull elephant! Be that as it may, as one will…

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Why Sikkim in Winters is a Great Idea – Couples Travel Article

Why Sikkim in Winters is a Great Idea “Let’s go to Bhutan!”, said my husband, “No, let’s go to Thailand!”, I said. We were confused where to go for a week during winters this year. “Let’s go to Sikkim!! It will be our hat-trick trip to the Himalayas!!!” said Deepak beaming with excitement, the earlier ones being Leh-Ladakh and Kinnaur-Spiti. It turned out to be such an amazing decision to visit Sikkim in winters! Winters in Sikkim start from November and stay…

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New Zealand – Nature’s Tour De Force – Travel Article

Flying into Queenstown, I wasn’t sure what to expect. We did some research of course, but the natural marvels we encountered far exceeded our imagination and set NZ apart from all other destinations we’ve visited. Part of the credit certainly goes to the country’s Department of Conservation, which strictly manages and maintains its pristine national parks – which interestingly enough covers almost 50% of the entire South Island (check out this incredibly “green” map). What this means for any avid…

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The Motelorcycle Chronicles Motels and Motorcycle Travel, Getting Turned On – Travel Article

The warmth of neon For those that don’t know me, I love a double entendre. Hence the title of this piece. But the real story here is one of Route 66’s most photographed landmarks, the Roy’s Motel and Cafe sign in Amboy California, is getting turned on today after being dark since the 80s. Earlier this week, The Desert Sun reported that the owners of Roy’s Motel and Cafe had successfully raised $17,500 in a Kickstarter campaign to get the famous sign to…

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Kayaking at the Ha Long Bay, Vietnam – Travel Tales from India and Abroad – Travel Article

I has the opportunity to go Kayaking a few times on my various trips. When I got a choice between going on a bamboo boat or kayaking at the Ha Long Bay in Vietnam, I picked the latter! However, in my group there were only three takers for the activity and I was without a partner. Neither my group members nor the activity in-charge thought I was a good candidate for kayaking alone! I was this close to ending up…

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German-Efficient Itinerary to See the Best of Berlin – Travel Article

Berlin is a big city. And if you’re like me, you flew over with a few landmarks to see in mind, but without an established plan of action to tackle them all, let alone figuring out which actually merit a visit. Furthermore, if you have a few other cities to visit during your Eurotrip, and only have a day or two in Berlin (because let’s face it, it was one of the cheapest hubs to fly into), then you’re going…

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Anata no Warehouse: The Dystopian Arcade Just for Adults – Tokyo Travel Article

Anata no Warehouse: The Dystopian Arcade Just for Adults IMPORTANT: Anata no Warehouse will be closing its doors for good on November 17, 2019.Step off the streets of Kawasaki and into a dystopian amusement arcade: Anata no Warehouse. It’s part sci-fi, part dedicated re-make of the original Walled City of Kowloon.Photo by Lily Crossley-BaxterFive minutes from Kawasaki Station, this unusual arcade stands nonchalantly between regular tower blocks as if completely unaware of it’s faux-rusty exterior next to their polished cement. Impossible…

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