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World travelers, blogging @ BKPK.me
World travelers, blogging @ BKPK.me

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Indian driver's license is easily accepted in Iceland. Need another excuse to go road-tripping the Land of Fire & Ice?! ;)
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If you're traveling around Portugal and you love food, you MUST join a cheesemaking class. You can take home your very own Serra da Estrela cheese! :D
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If you travel to Lisbon and you're into street art, you MUST visit the neighborhood of Marvila! Incredible murals!! <3

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A new travel experience emerges in the Portuguese city of S. Joao da Madeira! Fun, informative and truly off the beaten path! :D

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This is what it's like to travel along the famous Silk Road in Central Asia... during Winter! :D

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"One of the biggest things these couples share is traveling together and any couple who has traveled together will tell you it’s not easy." Nope! It's not always easy. But the good parts outdo the hardships by a landslide... <3

Thanks to Treebo Hotels for featuring us in their Valentine's Day article! :)
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"Ashray and Zara have cataloged their journeys across the world through their blog Backpack Me. Narayanan Menon finds out the secret to their love life and their passion for the road..."

Thanks to The Way magazine for featuring us! :)
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We've just created a brand new Facebook group to discuss all things VISA related for Indians: https://www.facebook.com/groups/visasforindians/

Do you travel the world with an Indian passport?! Join the discussion! :)
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You may think that we're a bit bananas, but we went snorkeling in Iceland and it was pretty awesome! :D

It was -6C outside and 2C in the water so, if you think about it, it was almost like entering a hot bath! 🙃💦 Jokes aside, this was a special experience! We floated around the Silfra fissure for about 40 minutes, observing the tectonic divide between the North American and the Eurasian plates. There is no wildlife here as the water is basically melted glacier and it is extremely pure. That means: no food for the fishes! As you can see in this photo the visibility was incredible and the blue color truly mesmerizing!

Click thru to our Instagram to see more photos from Iceland!
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We're just created a brand new Facebook group to discuss all things VISA related for Indians: https://www.facebook.com/groups/visasforindians/

Do you travel the world with an Indian passport?! Join the discussion! :)
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