Thanksgiving is our favorite time of the year. It is when we take time out of our busy schedules to express our gratitude for many blessings. It is also a time for some togetherness. A disease called loneliness is fast spreading like wildfire all across the world. Yet, this is the only time when we make the effort to come together with friends and families to have fun under one roof.
Travel writing is quite a popular genre. People often take the help of the travelogues of friends and family to know about any place before deciding to visit it. My husband Paul and I are residents of the United States and share a common love for cycling. Both of us believe that traveling by bicycle is the greatest way.
Man created technology and today technology is re-creating man’s life. Several futurists have claimed that in this man v/s machine world, more change will be happening in the next 20 years than it has in the last 300. As an enabler, technology can make everything very convenient for us, and as a disruptor it can also make things much, much harder. It can be the travellers best friend, or make things ridiculously frustrating. According to a Forbes article, several aggregators and online travel agencies, or OTAs in the industry lingo, are persuading the techno-savvy travellers to plan their own trips by offering unbeatable discounts and benefits making vacation planning less about gathering rich experiences and more about getting the passport...
Ladakh is an arid, barren and cold desert, situated high in the Himalayan and Karakoram ranges. It is a dream destination for adventure cycling enthusiasts. Any travel company will show you around this place like yet another tourist destination but as a team of cycling enthusiasts we understand your passion for adventure and urge to extensively explore the local way of life.
You are a cyclist. You’re hoping to find peace in the frantic world. You’re looking to find those trails that turn you into a storyteller for the rest of your life. You need new places the way you need a new bike, new gears, and new active wear.