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Travellers Heart

Have you ever wondered about the horizon? The point at which the Sun meets the Sea! No matter how close you go, it just moves away from you. This is how an explorer is, no matter how well he has travelled, it just seems like the beginning.

If you in a dilemma, and can't get the answer whatsoever, then pack your bags and go to the first destination you can think of, believe me, it will be like meditation which will invoke self-discovery.

An Explorer's way of travel is very simple, He has plans to prepare and not prepared to plan.

Live-Travel-Inspire! Till next time.

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Airfares secret revealed!

Our new segment Traveller Assist is dedicated to helping travellers make the right choices and travel hassle free. In this post, we will be helping you guys understand how an airline ticket pricing works!  

Airfare are dynamic in nature, which essentially means the price increases when there are fewer seats available, and each price bracket has usually 10 seats in it. An approximate break up of the fare is as follows. 

Taxes which are usually 20% of the fare. Fuel cost is usually 20% of the fare. Staff Expense is around 15% of the fare. Other Expense is around 40% of the fare.  and the remaining 5% is the actual airline profit.

Airlines usually divide passengers into two category 
Business Travellers which are less price conscious and travel mostly a Monday and return on a Fridays whereas the second category is the leisure travellers who are ultra price conscious. 
The weekly price trend would look something like the following 
Monday: Expensive Tuesday: Cheap Wednesday: Cheap  Thurs…

Traveller Assist

Good Day inspired Travellers!

We are starting a new segment called Traveller Assist. This segment will keep you guys informed about all kind of travel news & information buzzing around the world.

We believe that a well-informed traveller is TrulyExplorer! So travel on and we will keep you updated.

Christmas Special


It’s Christmas!! HO Ho HO, you heard it right Santa is on its way! Christmas is a festival of joy and celebrated around the world, In this post I thought to take you guys around the world to see how Christmas is celebrated.

Christmas In China 
In China, Christmas is called Sheng Dan Jiah which means the Holy birth festival. Like in any other family Christmas tree is decorated with the spirit of joy and fun and the Chinese know that very well, they decorate the Christmas tree with beautiful lanterns, flowers and red paper chains which symbolise happiness. The Chinese call Christmas tree “The Tree of Light”. 

Christmas In England 
The English are known for their great celebrations, the weather is cold and wet perhaps the best weather for the holiday season. For a typical English family Christmas eve is very busy, when I say busy I mean in a fun way! They kind of busy which everyone likes! They spend their day packing presents, baking Christmas cookies and hanging stocking over…

Sikkim The state of Himalaya

Sikkim is a delight to travel. An Indian State surrounded by the great Himalayan mountains. The scenic beauty is heavenly. Recently I had an opportunity to travel to Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim. The city is built in the heart of the Mountain ranges so don’t be afraid to climb and to decent a lot during the day, it is like hiking whenever you step out of the hotel.

Gangtok is a place where you can go and enjoy the weather, meditate and inhale all the scenic beauty or if you love some action then there is a lot of adventure sports you can check out but if you plan to shop then probably it is not the best destination. There is only one road which has been converted into a walking plaza, it is called as mall road, where you will find many restaurant and shops of different kinds ranging from international brands to local merchandise shops. 
Reaching Gangtok is a 4 hrs drive from Darjeeling or 4 hrs drive from the nearest airport which is situated at Bagdogra, but rest assure that you…

Roady El Salvador

Explorer's Edition has a sole purpose to inspire people to travel and to bring as many people from different walk of life on this platform where our Explorer's can read and seek their inspirations.

Today we have Roady magazine from London sharing their travel tales with us. 

Vacationing Salvadoran style
Los Cobanos, El Salvador
Upon arriving to the El Salvadoran fishing village of Los Cobanos, you might just think 
that you found yourself in a ghost town. Decrepit buildings, unpaved roads and dust 
does not leave a shiny first impression. However, surprise awaits you as you 

familiarize with what this little town has to offer.
Visiting Los Cobanos is a much more different experience than anything we have 
encountered during our trip throughout Central America. Life here seems to be as 
uncomplicated as it can get: there are only a couple places to sleep if you want to 
spend the night, a strip of local eateries stretched throughout the shore, parking 
spaces and, surprisingly, no foreig…

Amazing Dubai

Amazing Dubai 

Amazing Dubai is a part of The United Arab Emirates and it a vacation hotspot for any type of traveller.  Dubai was built on a desert and today it is the part of an elite club of most modern cities in the world.  

Dubai is famous for Luxury shopping, Ultra-modern architecture and a die for Nightlife, having said that Dubai has very well preserved its rich cultural beauty. Dubai has been the talk of the town because of having built the world’s tallest building and the job has been done so well that the building “Burj Khalifa” is just not the tallest but one of the most beautiful building to admire once you have a glance at it. 
I have alway been fascinated about Dubai because of the simplicity it has to offer but yet so modern. Dubai is the only place where you will find a seven-star hotel Burj Al Arab, An artificial archipelago of various small Island constructed in the shape of the world map.

A person planning to travel to Dubai need not worry about anything, Dubai has a …

Devil's own treat

Devil's own treat!

Our world is like a rainbow, made of different colours. Every colour not alike but still very beautiful in its own way.

This post will be about a rather strange but very popular snack from Scotland! It is surprisingly very tasty as well.  It is popularly known as the deep fried Mars bar, yes I said, Mars bar the famous chocolate bar. This dish was not introduced nor endorsed by the company but
originated at chip shops in Scotland.

The dish is prepared with a chocolate bar which is kept in the freezer until it is cold so that the bar does not melt while frying. A mixture of Flour and baking soda is prepared and then that batter is coated on the chocolate bar and then fried. The outcome of this process is a wonderfully hot sweet fried treat which for your information very unhealthy so don't have too much of them at any cost.

This snack is served with Fries or Fish sticks, but you can eat this devil treat with anything really, Pair it up with your coffee or j…