Information on Fort Palace of Rajput Amber contains every ingredient to make it the classic romantic Rajasthan palace-fort. It was built by one raja and completed by another. Its forbidding, practical exterior belies a bejewelled interior whose richness reflects the nearby sumptuous court of the Mughal emperors. The Kachchwaha story is a blend of myth, legend and … Continue reading Fort Palace of Rajput
By Max Walden | 8th January 2018 | @maxwalden_ ASIAN airlines aren’t always closely associated with safety. The case of MH370 in Malaysia dented confidence in that country’s flag carrier, while commercial and military planes too regularly have accidents across the region. According to the latest rankings from AirlineRatings.com, however, seven out of the top … Continue reading 7 airlines from Asia Pacific named among world’s safest
There is no way to describe and do justice to the natural beauty of the Black Sea, but if you are looking for a place that blends the best of Mother Nature and the history of former civilizations, Amasya seems like a tailor-made destination As usual, you have found yourself utterly bored and craving an … Continue reading Amasya: Two-day guide to the historic Black Sea city
After a lovely morning spent exploring Angkor Wat, it was time to make the most of my (fricking expensive) ticket and see even more ancient Khmer temples! I had hired a tuk tuk driver for the day (with a new friend to save a bit of moolah) and this was an awesome way of getting … Continue reading A LITTLE MORE ANGKOR!
The picturesque seaside town is named for Scotland’s patron saint as, legend has it, it once harboured the relics of St. Andrew. Located on the east coast of Fife in Scotland, the former royal burgh was the centre of the Scottish Church throughout the middle ages. As the seat of the premier bishop, St Andrews became … Continue reading St Andrews – One of Europe’s Finest Towns