Purva & Abhinav Covers Delhi

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Delhi

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

Take a metro ride to Old Delhi and feel the real fervor of the city especially during the winter season. Kebabs, hot milk, vibrancy — it has all the ingredients to make your visit here absolutely delicious and memorable.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

Lodi Garden Restaurant. It’s alfresco setting is what we simply love. Absolutely romantic, this place is perfect for lovers!

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Go for a walk in Lodhi garden and then head to All American Diners at India Habitat Centre for a sumptuous Sunday brunch.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

There are plenty! Our favourite is Mehrauli Archaeological Park. Rich in history, the place is full of fascinating stories and legends. Plus, it houses remarkable examples of architecture. A delight for anyone who loves history. Surprisingly, this spot is unexplored even though it is just next to Qutub Minar, one of the most popular monuments in Delhi.

Anything else you want to add?

Called the “City of Djinns”, Delhi is a fascinating city for more reasons than one. Destroyed and resurrected seven times, Delhi is indestructible. Delicious street food, historical monuments, greenery — it has it all. We may travel the entire world, but our heart will forever remain with Delhi.

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Ryan Biddulph Covers Bali

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What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Walking on Pandawa Beach is about the best thing to do on a Sunday morning.

Taking the dogs for a walk through the jungle is another favorite Sunday morning activity. You can hear nature at its finest because we’re way off of the grid.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

Hidden Beach by Jimbaran, for its stunning views.

We also enjoy living here in the hilly farm country of the Bukit. You get a taste of authentic Balinese living without all of the hustle and bustle associated with tourist centers like Kuta.

A $2.50 cent, nutritious, wholesome meal at a local warung can’t be beat!

Other than that, just rent a motorbike for less than 5 bucks a day and cruise around. Bali is best toured on 2 wheels, and motorbiking it is the easiest, cheapest way to see the real Bali.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

Warung Warung in Jimbaran is my favorite restaurant for the quality of the food, the size of the portions and for its dirt cheap price.

The people are tremendously friendly and the food is always fresh, and quite healthy too. We love finding a good restaurant with vegetarian options anywhere in SE Asia. This is one of the better ones not only in Bali but throughout all of the countries we’ve visited in SE Asia.

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Annabel Candy Covers Noosa

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What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

The Noosa Ferry sunset cruise is only $2o for two hours on the beautiful Noosa River and you can bring your own drinks and nibbles.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

Wasabi has fabulous japanese food and gorgeous views over the Noosa River.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Go for a walk through Noosa National Park and finish with a swim in Tea Tree Bay.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

The Noosa hinterland is gorgeous with cooler weather, less people and lots to explore. I recommend hiking Mount Cooroora in Pomona for stunning views across the hinterland to the coast.

Anything else you want to add?

Australia?

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Noufel Harris Covers Melbourne

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What city will you be talking about?

Melbourne

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

It may not be dirt cheap but its a special Melbourne experience. Head to Eureka Skydeck on Southbank. Its 20AUD for an adult but they have deals for families, students, seniors and even for those who want to come back again the next day. The view from Southern Hemisphere’s highest viewing platform is not to be missed atleast once.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

Taing out of the box option I would pick one of Melbourne’s landmark laneways, Degraves St for its overall eating experience. Have the Melbourne coffee experience at Degraves Espresso and you can pick between a delicious Kangaroo burger at Perkup Burgers or an Italian meal at Il Tempo (Try the pastas or bruschettas if you want to keep it light).I lean towards the burgers.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Head to Fed Square and start off on a walk about in the inner-city laneways of Melbourne. Have some coffee and grab a bite (something Italian or a Kangaroo Burger) at Degraves St and/or Centre Place, the heart of cafe culture in Melbourne. stroll along to Flinders Lane and take a look at the ever-changing street art at Hosier & Rutledge Lane and the other lesser known laneways. Here is an itinerary to follow http://withoutdestination.me/2015/03/20/melbourne-city-laneways/

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

If you happen to be in Melbourne in early March you will be lucky to witness that most Melburnian of events – Moomba Festival. A mix of carnival and watersking tournament with fireworks, crazy rides and some outrageous parades thrown in all by the side of Yarra river it will surely keep you enthralled for the Labour Day long weekend.

White Night (in February) is another Melbourne highlight that outsiders don’t know much about. Head into the city for all-nighter and don’t miss out on Flinders Lane as people tend to.

For food, Fona on Flinders Lane offers fine Mexican dining for those like me who want a bit of spice and variety in their cuisine. Alitalia Pizza all the way out in Burwood is as they claim one of the best pizzas in Eastern Melbourne with really generous toppings.

Anything else you want to add?

A very cycling friendly city with cycling lanes and also many bike trails all over the outskirts which connect right upto the city centre. Dont leave Melbourne without enjoying at least one bike ride.

For sporting enthusiasts its paradise in Melbourne especially in summer. There is Australian Open in Rod laver Arena, Cricket at MCG, F1 race at Albert Park, Football at AAMI Park and the Victorian passion – Aussie Rules Football which is to be seen at MCG on ANZAC day (Collingwood vs Essendon) if you can manage to get tickets. And best of all, every one of these venues are located in the city!

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