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      The 43rd session of the World Heritage Committee that took place in Baku, Azerbaijan from 30th June to 10th July deemed a huge success for India as another of its city made it to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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      Port Blair, the capital town of Andaman and Nicobar islands, is a stop for tourists traveling to this union territory in the Bay of Bengal. Though the nearby islands attract all the tourists, Port Blai receives its fair share of visitors, owing to its history. Read more

      Gurudongmar Lake in Sikkim, located at a height of 17,800 ft is one of the highest lakes in the world. Named after Guru Padmasambhava who is famously known as Guru Rinpoche, the lake is considered to be sacred. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Pixabay With people from all around the globe having settled here, Toronto today is quite a mix of cultures. This cosmopolitan city is a great travel destination has it has all that one looks for in a vacation. There are beaches for the beach lovers, a dazzling nightlife for the night owls and most importantly food, delicious food! Read more

      Mussoorie, the Queen of Hill Stations is quite a place to visit for a short trip, and the tranquil environs often make people want to retire here, settle down, and not go back to the crowded cities. One finds the tourist crowds flocking the place during the summer months when the plains are scorching with heat while the weather is pleasant here, in the hills.

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      With International travel becoming a common thing today, exchanging currency isn’t something new or rare but one often isn’t aware of how and where to convert INR to the desired currency.

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      Japan is a beautiful island country dotted with thousands of temples and shrines. These Japanese temples are profound places of sanctity with pretty landscapes and tranquil environs. One can head to these sites at any time of the year but during the time of festivals in Japan, these temples become truly spectacular. Read more

      Singapore, a famous tourist destination with people around the globe, is also known for a wide range of adventure activities it offers. Apart from its touristy attractions, dazzling skyline, quirky nightlife, and beautiful culture, Read more

      Japan, an island country in East Asia, is a beautiful blend of traditions and modernity. This volcanic archipelago has quite a dramatic landscape with mountains, hot springs, and more. The highly efficient bullet train network runs from the southern end of the island to the northernmost tip, making it quite easy for one to get around here. Read more

      Singapore, one of the favorite destination with travelers around the world, is known for a variety of experiences it offers. An island country in Asia, Singapore is known for its beautiful blend of cultures and cuisines. Read more

      Kovalam, once a peaceful fishing village is a famous resort town in Kerala today and also one of the most visited places in the state. Hotels and restaurants today adorn the crescent beaches of this town and what was once a calm town of beautiful beaches and tall palms, is today a hub for surfing, yoga, and Ayurveda.

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      Cover Image Credit: Pixabay A day full of pampering oneself is a day like none other. And spas are the perfect places to relax, unwind, and pamper oneself. Rejuvenate and re energize oneself at these amazing spas in Singapore on your trip there. Read more

      Toronto, the capital of Ontario is a beautiful Canadian city by the lake Ontario. A metropolis with soaring magnificent skyscrapers, the city is pretty iconic. And what adds to the beauty of this place is the food culture here. Read more

      Calicut, also known as Kozhikode is a beautiful coastal town, on the Malabar coast of India. Known for having one of the most beautiful backwaters of Kerala, this town is a charming place, and for reasons too many. Read more

      Aren’t beaches bliss? If you share this feeling and are a beach bum, then Phuket would definitely be on your travel list. Phuket, a beautiful Thailand island is a famous travel destination with travelers across the world. Read more

      ¿Hablas español? Do you speak Spanish? Yes, this is what the first phrase means, and if you are planning a trip to Spain or any of the Latin American countries, but do not speak Spanish, then this handy Spanish travel guide is here for your rescue. Listed below are some Spanish travel words and phrases to help one get around in Spanish speaking countries. Have a look at the commonly used Spanish phrases for travelers.

      Easy Spanish Travel Words And Phrases

      A tour guide will ensure a smooth traverse, but what if he/she isn’t around while you are at a pub, trying to figure out what’s una cerveza and what’s un vino? To help one tackle these problems in Spanish speaking countries, here’s a basic list of phrases and Spanish travel words that might come in handy during a trip to Spain or Latin America. Read on.

      1. Basic Spanish Phrases

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      Here are some basic Spanish words and phrases for general courtesy to help you greet people and ask some really basic questions in Spain, and Latin American countries.
      • Hello - ¡Hola! (o-la)
      • Good morning - ¡Buenos días! (bway-nos dee-as)
      • Good afternoon/good evening - ¡Buenas tardes! (bway-nas tar-des)
      • Good night - ¡Buenas noches! (bway-nas noh-chays)
      • How are you? - ¿Cómo está? (koh-moh eh-stah)
      • I’m fine, thank you - Bien, gracias (bee-en gra-see-as)
      • Nice to meet you - Mucho gusto (moo-choh goo-stoh)
      • Do you speak English? - ¿Habla ingles? (ab-la in-glays)
      • I don’t speak Spanish - No hablo español (noh ah-bloh ess-pah-nyohl)
      • I (don’t) understand - Yo (no) entiendo (yo no en-tee-en-doh)
      • What time is it? - ¿Qué hora es? (keh oh-rah ess)
      • I don’t know - No sé (Noh seh)

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      2. Directions And Getting Around

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      Often without the knowledge of the native language, getting around in a foreign land gets difficult. So, here are some basic Spanish travel words and phrases, to help one get around in any Spanish speaking city. Let’s start with if you get lost ;)
      • I’m lost - Estoy perdido (eh-stoy per-dee-doh)
      • Where is the bus stop? - ¿Dónde está la parada de autobús? (dohn-deh ess-tah lah pah-rah-dah de ow-toh-boos)
      • Where’s the railway station? - ¿Dónde está la estación de ferrocarril? (don-day eh-stah la es-tah-see-on de ferro-carr-eel)
      • I need a map - Necesito un mapa (Neh-seh-see-toh oon mah-pah)
      • I want a taxi - Yo quiero un taxi – (Yo kee-eh-ro oon taxi)
      • Right - derecha (deh-reh-chah)
      • Left - izquierda (ess-kee-eh-dah)
      • Street - Calle (cah-yay)
      • Airport - Aeropuerto (i-roh-pwehr-toh)

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      3. Accommodation

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      Listed below are some important Spanish travel words and phrases that might come in handy while looking for an accommodation during one’s trip. Have a look
      • I’m looking for a hotel - Busco un hotel (boo-scoh oon oh-tel)
      • I need - Yo necesito (yoh nay-say-see-toh)
      • I need a room - Yo necesito un cuarto (yoh nay-say-see-toh oon cwar-toh)
      • I need a room with a bathroom - Yo necesito un cuarto con baño (yoh nay-say-see-toh oon cwar-toh cohn ban-yoh)
      • I have a reservation - Tengo una reservación (ten-goh oo-nah reh-sehr-vah-see-ohn)
      • What’s your name? - ¿Cómo se llama? (koh-moh se ya-ma)

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      4. At A Restaurant

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      Sometimes explaining what one wants to eat or drink, gets difficult in a foreign country. For example, if you want red wine you might just translate red and wine, and ask for rojo vino. But that isn’t what red wine is called, and there might be a chance that the waiter does not understand. Red wine is called vino tinto, and to get by such scenarios is this simple attempt at a few words that might be useful.
      • I want a menu - Yo quiero un menu (yo kee-eh-ro oon me-noo)
      • I want a beer - Yo quiero una cerveza (yo kee-eh-ro oo-na ser-vay-za)
      • I’m a vegetarian - Soy vegetariano/a (soy beh-heh-tah-ryah-noh/-nah)
      • The check, please - La cuenta, por favor (lah kwen-tah, por fah-vor)
      • Breakfast - Desayuno (deh-sah-yoo-noh)
      • Lunch - Almuerzo (al-mooh-er-soh)
      • Dinner - Cena (seh-nah)
      • Soup - Sopa (soh-pah)
      • Dessert - Postre (pohs-tray)
      • Water - Agua (ah-gwah)
      • Suggested Read: 12 Indian Restaurants In Barcelona: A Treat To Those Looking For Indian Cuisine In Spain

        5. Shopping

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        If you are out shopping for local items and souvenirs, then here are a few words that might help you have a better experience. Have a look.
        • Where is the ATM? - ¿Dónde hay un cajero automático? (dohn-deh I oon kah-heh-roh ow-toh-mah-tee-koh)
        • How much does it cost? - ¿Cuánto cuesta? (kwahn-toh kwess-tah)
        • I need a receipt - Necesito un recibo (Neh-seh-see-toh oon reh-see-boh)
        • Money - Dinero (dee-neh-roh)
        • Credit Card - Tarjeta de crédito (tar-heh-tah deh kreh-dee-toh)
        • Cheap - Barato (bah-rah-toh)
        • Expensive - Caro (Kah-roh)

        Further Read: Two Weeks In Spain: An Ultimate Guide For Exploring The Country’s Gorgeous Marvels Like A Pro

        These were some of the common Spanish travel words and phrases that will help you get along on your trip to Spain or Latin America. Book your trip to Spain with TravelTriangle and have a hassle-free trip! Read more

      Florida peninsula is one of those exotic places that make for a perfect beach vacay. Usually on top of every beach bum’s list, the US state of Florida is all about fine beaches, warm turquoise waters, and shimmering sunsets. The pleasant weather, endless coastline and delicious food are just some of those things that one can enjoy on a Florida trip. Read more

      Scenic train journeys, ancient ruins, aromatic tea plantations, and an endless coastline is just beginning to describe Sri Lanka. A beautiful island with welcoming people, it is a great travel destination. And the best part is that one can head here at any time of the year. But the twist comes here. Read more