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Roving Snails
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Hitchhikers. Two humans and one cat.
Hitchhikers. Two humans and one cat.

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Off season Arambol is as charming as it gets. Colourful birds sing their songs, and the air smells of tropical fruits and hash.

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6 TRAVEL CRAFT MAKERS WE LOVE

These are some of the craft makers we met along the way. They travel and make anything, from macrame to t-shirts to ceramics, and remind us that it's always worth spending time doing what you love.

"You have surely met them on the road (or on the net). They move around in bicycles, vans, buses or by thumb, carrying an extra load of materials or stock, and building their improvised shops in markets, beaches, festivals, hostels or anywhere they go. Some of them live from their crafts on the road, others dream of selling their things online and some do not want to think of craftmaking as a job. But they share one thing for certain, and is joy for what is handmade, for what is born from their hands."

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One Year travelling with a cat.
It's Been possible because our friend Burma si the most intrepid of all cats!

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To rescue a kitten from the roadside 
(useful tips for travellers who may come across a tiny cat in need)

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Roving Snails kind of went viral, from India to Bulgaria, UK, Italy, and back to India on the media. We are happy, thankful and oeverhwelmed!

And it all started with this article about hitchhiking without a smartphone...written by a travel friend, Pranay Parab. Little did we know that such a minor lack of technology would be so surprising for most... 

Happy travels to all, with or without smartphone!

http://gadgets.ndtv.com/others/features/hitchhiking-from-bulgaria-to-bhopal-without-a-smartphone-716568

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Hitchhiking with hijab (Iran)

If anybody looks through some photos of this travel it will be automatically apparent to her that I love scarves. The one item that will never be missing from my backpack is a piece of fabric to be wrapped, hanged, folded, spread and shifted around in a…

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