Tuesday, January 7, 2014

10 Common Myths about Travelling Abroad

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Most people suffer from certain travel-related delusions and either steer clear of holidaying abroad or do so only after repeated nagging from family or friends or after their phoren-returned colleague has made them turn green with envy. These delusions or myths are what we will shatter today. You can thank us by getting us expensive souvenirs from your phoren holiday: 

1. Travelling abroad is expensive: The most prevalent notion is that only those people who have oodles of money holiday in foreign locales. Not anymore. Maybe at one point, foreign trips did come at a pocket-pinching price but now you have cheap international holiday packages offering prices that even your driver could afford. 

 2. Travelling abroad poses risks:It will hardly matter whether you are planning your honeymoon in Goa or in Pattaya. Yet, some people 

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Written by Ritesh Agarwal
Edited by Nishi Jain


  1. I love this list. I agree on so many points. With the right planning expenses can be kept within a budget, risks and hassles can be avoided. Just a little research is required.

    I have written about How not to get ripped off and How to travel smart, Check these links out- http://toxiccrap.blogspot.in/2014/03/how-to-not-get-ripped-off-when-you.html

    and this- http://toxiccrap.blogspot.in/2014/02/smart-travel-to-greece.html.

    Meanwhile I am going through your other blog posts :)



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