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In Travel Matters, the Travel Agent Still Matters!

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...

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7 Unique and Un-Clichéd Experiences at Limitless Ladakh

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. 

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Alaska Firefighter Finds His Groove Cycling From Pondicherry to Kochi

Thomas Preston, age 61, a retired firefighter with the Anchorage Fire Department, has lived with his family in Alaska for 40 years. He served his community for 36 long years and is now enjoying his retirement period. While most people would think of retirement as a phase when you put up your feet and take a break, for Tom retirement only means the beginning of a new adventure. He says, “It is a time when you stop living at work and start working at living. And I am excited to be doing that!” He now loves spending most of his time on the saddle and circling destinations on the world map that he would like to explore on the two-wheels...

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The 7 R’s of Bike to Jack and Back 2016: Reasons why you will love this ride

This year marks the 22nd anniversary of the Mid-South Chapter's Bike to Jack and Back Ride. We are thrilled to be riding 6th year in a row on October 1st and 2nd 2016 from Page High School to Motlow Community College in Lynchburg, TN. Also, Jack Daniel’s is celebrating it’ 150th Anniversary and you don’t want to miss the party at their Barbeque Pavilion. Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Collection Taking part in MS bike rides, forming fun teams and fundraising for charity has become a hugely popular way to drive MS research forward faster, and deliver programs and services to those who face the challenges of MS every day. Every year Bike MS conducts over 100 rides cross the country...

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