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A Brief History of Kissing Across Cultures

A Brief History of Kissing Across Cultures

Daniel Sendecki February 12, 2015 0

In honour of Valentine’s Day, discover the birthplace of today’s romantic kiss, learn how ‘X’ became the symbol for smooching, and master the 'hawm-gaem'—Thailand's ‘sniff kiss’. Pucker up with G Adventures' very own Daniel

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Fright Train: The three most haunted train stations in the world

Fright Train: The three most haunted train stations in the world

Cate Lorimer October 31, 2014 0

Join G Adventures' very own Cate Lorimer aboard the Fright Train. Next stop? The top three most haunted train stations in the world!

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Your planet in 7 seconds: Monkeying Around in India

Your planet in 7 seconds: Monkeying Around in India

Daniel Sendecki October 30, 2014 0

Take '7 Seconds' today and head to India, where curious trainspotters monkey around on the way to Delhi

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5 of the World’s Greatest Journeys by Train

5 of the World’s Greatest Journeys by Train

Daniel Sendecki October 28, 2014 24

From the world’s slowest express to the longest continuous service in the world, we share five must-do-before-you-die train journeys that are among the best our planet has to offer

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Preparing for a Trip to India

Preparing for a Trip to India

Stephan Popescu September 15, 2014 10

To say that India is an experience for all five senses is an understatement. But that's what makes it so memorable. Learn some tips about preparing to jump right into India, today on the

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Top 5 Gluten-Free Snacks from Northern India

Top 5 Gluten-Free Snacks from Northern India

Jodi Ettenberg September 5, 2014 5

Jodi Ettenberg forgos some of India's more traditional curries or meals in favour of highlighting some of Rajasthan's gluten-free snacks on a most recent trip to India with her mother

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Your planet in 7 seconds: Messy India

Your planet in 7 seconds: Messy India

G Adventures March 25, 2014 0

Today, we take seven seconds and drop ourselves right into the middle of the action of India’s Holi festival. (Hey, sometimes having fun means getting a little messy, right?)

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Mother-Daughter Bonding at the Taj: Travelling India

Mother-Daughter Bonding at the Taj: Travelling India

Jodi Ettenberg March 3, 2014 18

The seeds of my India trip began almost a year ago, when I asked my mother what sight she would want to see in her lifetime but was nervous about visiting alone. “The Taj!”

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No Fear of the Underdog: Unexpected Winter Games Success Stories

No Fear of the Underdog: Unexpected Winter Games Success Stories

Caitlin Hotchkiss February 13, 2014 0

These are the kingpins in their areas, and if you were a betting man or woman, you’d definitely put a few coins down in expectation that they’ll take home the gold. But what about

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Adventures in India: The Pushkar Camel Fair

Adventures in India: The Pushkar Camel Fair

Cailin O Neil January 8, 2014 6

The Pushkar Camel Fair in India is one of the world’s largest camel and livestock fairs. It takes place in the Rajasthani town of Pushkar each November, during the full moon and the holy

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