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Goecha La trekking
11 April 2018
author : Riyanka
Views : 32

I believe that for once, you need to be somewhere away from the civilization and the cacophony... only to find yourself. In today's world, when Social Media is technically ruling our lives, we are often tempted by certain things all of a sudden, that never caught our attention before. The same happened to me also - as I kept scrolling those breathtaking photographs of the Himalayas and wondered how it would be like, to get closer to the mighty mountains.

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inca trail
11 April 2018
author : Amy
Views : 49

When you think of Peru, it's obvious that you'll be hiking along the Inca Trail and explore the ruins of Machu Picchu. It's surely not something worth missing out - and you'll be absolutely thrilled to see the site holding stories over centuries. My journey to Peru is still one of the most memorable ones, but let me tell you a few more magical places that are totally worth exploring, while you are in Peru.

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taj mahal agra
10 April 2018
author : James
Views : 44

India has been there on my bucket list ever since I was in school. I have always read about the country's history in my courses, heard stories from my parents and imagined the times when my ancestors would have lived there. Finally, I could make a trip to this beautiful country last year - and I could well understand why my grandfather always praised the country.

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thailand trip
10 April 2018
author : Donna
Views : 41

Over the past few decades, it has become a common thing for Brits to take a break and travel to a faraway land. To be honest, I couldn't initially understand why most of the people chose to head towards Asia during their gap year, until I finally traveled to Thailand and left a piece of my heart there!

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Merlion Park
09 April 2018
author : Riyanka
Views : 28

I traveled to Singapore last summer and like everyone else, I did my share of research about the places to visit and the things to do - but when I was there in Singapore, I realized that it's better to go with the flow rather than planning a day-to-day itinerary. I was there in the country for 10 days, exploring some of the touristy places (Of course! They're absolutely worth visiting!) and some not-so-touristy ones about which I came to know from my hosts, cab drivers, shopkeepers, and co-passengers of MRT!

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GDA has a fantastic range of voluntours, adventure tours, internships, work abroad opportunities and responsible traveling options which will surely add a new meaning to your gap year. Pick whatever suits your interests and book your flight tickets for your dream destination. It's time to tickle your wanderlust cells! Calling out all backpackers, gap year students, solo travelers and adventure seekers - it's time that you take the leap and Go, Discover Abroad!

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