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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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Top festivals in India worth planning your trip around - Part 2

Part 2 of our series brings you those festivals of India that have the ability to intoxicate you with its grandiose. Read about the classical dance festivals of India such as the Pongal festival, Mamallapuram, Natyanjali and Konark Dance Festival.  Don’t miss these amazing celebration opportunities that will truly mark your trip complete. Tell us which of these festivals inspires you to take the much awaited trip to India and we’ll make it happen!

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Top festivals in India worth planning your trip around - Part 1

Don't miss these 6 festivals of India if you want to capture the color, culture, spirituality and hospitality that is available in abundance in this holy country. These festivals have the ability to intoxicate you with its grandiose by getting you mentally, emotionally and physically involved in every bit of the merry making process.

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Why is India an Incredible Cycling Destination?

The image many people have of India is that of a crowded, polluted and hassle-prone destination. But what they forget is India has only 4 major cities that cover only 1% of the total area of India. The rest 99% is countryside with no traffic, scenic route, unexplored regions and some of the world’s most interesting places.

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