The Serpent’s Kiss

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Time will stand still when you stand atop Nag Tibba… Mussoorie and Landour serve as entry points to some of the most exciting trekking destinations in the Himalayas. But if you asked the late Heinri... Read More

Goa – Second Hand

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The beaches in south Goa are known for throwing up surprises of the most random wonderful kind to the unsuspecting solo traveller. Goa matures sweetly the further south you go. The beaches grow fine a... Read More

ONSTAGE: KARWAR

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It is easy to believe that Karwar must have always been an inconsequential seaside town. But a peep behind its facade of quietude reveals its many historical encounters. As the Western Ghats on one si... Read More

Spinning a Web in Yercaud

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Yercaud has such a distinctive South Indian ring to its name, just as David Cockburn has a typically Scottish ring to his. One would think the town and the man would never cross paths, but Cockburn i... Read More

The hills are alive

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And it’s up to you to discover why… Located on the Western Ghats, about 130km from Kochi, is the little town of Munnar. Town is probably a generous term to use, as Munnar consists mostly of stretc... Read More

Know Before You Go…

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Planning a holiday is no more a simple affair these days, but a little preparation can set you up for a good time.Intoxicating, beautiful, and overwhelming – India is all this and more. Regardless o... Read More

Sterling World – A Sterling Holidays’ Blog

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Hello! As quoted by the Chinese Philosopher, Lao Tzu, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”. This blog is one of those single steps taken in Sterling’s journey to connect wit... Read More