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Bedse Caves

Something that has been standing for 2,300 years, against rain, storm, wild wind and traveler invasion, tells stories while you are enchanted by it. The determination and artistic of the creator of these ancient buddhist caves amazed me. With too little technologies and advance tools, the labors of Bedse Caves carved the one great mountain

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Rajgad Fort Part II (Descend)

If you don’t know how we landed here at 4,324 ft. above sea level, check out Part I of our adventurous tale. Adrenaline surged, we finally made it to Rajgad Fort. We inhaled cod mist into our lungs so deeply, and it was so fresh. It was magnificent and quite difficult to explain in words. The

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Rajgad Fort Part I (Ascend)

How do you define risk? Risk is a possibility of incurring misfortune or danger. Safety is the most important factor in traveling, but to find adventure, you need to take your chances. Yaseen hung on to my chest while my right hand grasping firmly on a thin metal rail. Sadik was down below me, and

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Air Travel with Children Tips

Until we can effort to have a private plane, I still have to cross my fingers and hold my breath every time we during air travel. Yes, it’s that stressful. Kids cannot be predicted. Even if you try your best to keep them calm and happy before getting on the plan, a limited space and

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How to Prepare and Manage Kids in Your Hiking Trip

Before my son was born, I was so worry about changes I was unprepared for. I have always been living a free life and travel all the time. Having another fragile life who needed constant protection and care by my side could really slow me, I concerned. But when he’s finally came into my life,

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