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Beth Panday

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Born and raised in India where she studied Sociology at the University of Calcutta, Beth loves nothing more than traveling and works as a writer to share her on-the-ground experiences with visitors from all over the world.
While the sweltering summer heat may have subsided in the north of the equator, this student from Lebanon is helping keep the other side cool through his.....beach mat. Doesn't sound unique enough? Well, this beach mat can help you relax -...
The pictures you will see below are a fishing village in Shengsi, 400 island-archipelago towards the end of the Yangtze river in China that is being "redecorated" by nature in a way very few people could actually imagine. Credits for...
  Just like us humans, languages too change and evolve. So, in order to keep up with this changing nature of language, dictionaries and scholars should always be updated with new words that add to the language, among other things. And...
Yes, indeed: Unless you live under a rock, you have definitely heard a lot about Iran in the media. Unfortunately, all of it is true - Iran is indeed a horrific place, even if you're traveling. For those, however, who...
Beach-lovers are not high maintenance. Those who love the beach are characteristically people who enjoy the simpler side of life - a picturesque view, the feeling of sun on their skin, a nice, refreshing swim, and an enjoyable evening with family...
Ever since I was a little boy, I was always the oddball. While my friends would spend their vacation playing games and attending camps, I used to do things most kids my age wouldn’t, like exploring the wonders of...
While workers and executives have long-since received adequate training before moving over seas, the rest of us have recently been enjoying a brand new industry catering to those who wish to move and thrive abroad. Relocating to a new part...
The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities has made the decision not to bring the sunken ancient Alexandrian ruins to surface, and instead will convert them into an underwater museum that will permit tourists to see up to 2,500 pieces of...
Most often, the questions I get are all about how to making the best out of your time in Italy. This is why I've made up my mind to bring all my different pieces together in this comprehensive list, which you will definitely...
Once upon a time, when there were no glamorous corporate packages, the famous American novelist Ernest Hemingway had famously compared the lifestyle of expatriates to that of junkies, describing them as individuals who “had lost contact with the soil”...