A recent tourism conference provides our India correspondent with a rare shot at renewed humility. The author’s experience as a travel consultation in India does not prevent her humanity from showing through. See how relating India’s tourists attractions can lead to self awareness.
Our trip to the world famous Darjeeling region of Bengal was rejuvenating for us, and invigorating for family who had never been. India’s Darjeleing tea is one of the most famous in the world. The British Empire could literally not do without it. But the mountains themselves, now there is the real treasure. Come to Darjeeling, learn why it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Welcome to Russia joins the elite list of travel companies belonging to the ASTA. According to this latest news, Russia’s leading conduit for travel support joins the world’s largest travel agent association. Russia is set to engage travel and tourism on an unprecedented level.
A trip to the secluded Tajpur Beach remedies what ails Kolkata dwellers. Someone once said; “salt water will cure almost anything,” and Anglophilia’s India correspondent Sharmistha Ray explains how. West Bengal holds thrills and relaxation for visitors to India.
TUI Travel accepts CFO resignation amid almost scandalous restating of financials. CEO Peter Long and CFO Paul Bowtell talk, after which Bowtell announces his resignation. A restated financial report reveals a fairly vast accounting error – stocks decline on the news.
Argophilia’s Sharmista Ray talks about her trek along the Silk Route and to Lake Memoncho. What was an ancient link between the continents, can be an adventure for travelers and locals in India. A more secluded and beautiful landscape would be hard to find anywhere.
Have you ever wondered where the Rubik’s cube was invented? If you thought Mattel created it in America, you were wrong. A Hungarian inventor and professor named Ernő Rubik has thus far been responsible for puzzling over 350 million kids, and their fiends too.
India correspondent Buxaduar Forest relates her recent trip to one of Bengal’s most prominent wildlife parks, Buxa Reserve Forest. Home to some of Bengals largest tigers, this National Forest is a favorite nature getaway for city dwellers.
The Bay of Bengal holds a million wonders for the visitor. But Puri Beach holds a special place in the lives of so many people who live in India. For one beach comber, a tribute to her father’s favorite seaside destination reveals the spirit of one of India’s most popular attractions.
India’s coastline offers a new world of fun and sun, along with some of the most secluded and romantic beaches in the world. Argophilia’s India correspondent Sharmistha Neogi brings Mandarmani Beach into view.
Robert Reid the US Travel Editor for Lonely Planet, and one of the most celebrated travel writers of our time.
The wine regions of Hungary are truly under-emphasized treasures of the world. This could be said for the wine makers there as well. Argophilia Travel News focuses briefly on one almost legendary producer, Gyorgy Lorincz. His recent appearance at the Budapest International Wine Festival reflects a re-emergence of Hungarian wines onto the world scene, and it is high time.