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What You Should Know More About United Kingdom

  • Travel Advice

    • The UK is considered to be relatively safer however it is still advisable for you to avoid carrying excess cash with you in the public areas.

    • Do not flaunt your cash or valuables in the public areas.

    • Do not leave your important documents or valuables in the hotel room.

    • Make sure you book a hotel only where there is a facility of room safe available.

    • Do not let anyone deceive you.

    • Carry at least one proof of your identity with you at all times.

    • Do not leave your VISA or passport carelessly.

    • Do not entertain the touts.

    • Make sure you check for the quality of the street food before you begin eating it.

    • Do not try and get over friendly with the strangers.

    • Keep yourself away from all forms of drugs.

    • Do not indulge in physical or verbal fights with anyone.

    • Make sure you adhere to the local rules and traditions.

    • If you buy bottled drinking water, make sure you check for the seal.

    • Do gather enough information before you travel to any new destination.

    • In case you are going to a restaurant, check online for the dress code applicable.

    • Make sure you negotiate the fare before booking a cab or a taxi.

  • Drinking Law

    The legal age for drinking in the United Kingdom is 18 years.


  • Our Recommendations: What You Can't Afford to Miss?

    Buckingham Palace


    All of us grew up wanting to be a prince or a princess. If that is you, it simply doesn’t get better than the Buckingham Palace. Probably the most attractive tourist attraction in the United Kingdom, this magnificent space has been in existence every since the 18th century. From 1837, the Buckingham Palace has been the official residence of the Britain’s monarchs. At present, the palace is a home to Queen Elizabeth II, who kindly excuses the visitors to come and wander around the certain parts of this palace. In order to attain an absolute, regel experience, you can approach the palace from the top of The Mall. With extensive canopy of flags and trees, the palace simply won’t get any more grandiose.  


    Jorvik Viking Centre


    With the fearsome reputation for invasion, slaughter and plunder along with the ocean conquering ships, the Jorvik Viking Centre has left an enduring mark on the history of Britain. You can simply not explore the history of the country better than the Jorvik Viking Centre. Located in the York, that is also the prettiest cities of the UK, the centre is nestled on the site of an erstwhile Viking City. Archaeologists have found over 40,000 well preserved textiles, human remains and tools here. Most of these items are on display here along with the significant highlight which is a mock Viking city that is complete with the smells, sounds and even sights. The place is a great fun for kids and is tremendously interactive for all.


    Blenheim Palace


    Blenheim Palace is indeed one of the most impressive sightseeing attractions of the UK. Nestled in the rolling hills of the Cotswolds, the palace has several strings annexed to its bow. The palace was built as a gift to the Lord Marlborough which came as a victory against the French in the year 1704. This battle is regarded as an epic tapestry which is housed within the arena of Blenheim. Birthplace of Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace is the darling of the Second World War history and the British politics.


    Hadrian’s Wall


    Another best place to see in the United Kingdom is the Hadrian’s Wall. Named after the Roman Emperor Hadrian, the Hadrian’s Wall is a majestic fortress that is situated in north of England. Being one of the most prominent Roman site, it is indeed one of the best tourist attractions of the the UK. Built between the period spanning from 122 to 130 AD, the wall was once about 15 feet tall and 80 miles long. Most of the significant sections of the wall still remain intact as the several other Roman monuments, forts as well as the ruins. Dig out your walking boots and go on a tour to history.


    Houses of Parliament


    With the renowned Big Ben Clock Tower, the Houses of Parliament is indeed a first stoppage for anyone who visits London. Facing the River Thames on one end and the Parliament Square towards the other, it is simply impossible for you to not be awed by the stature of the building and the sheer scale of the Houses of Parliament. It is this very place where both the houses of the Parliament of the UK still converge. The place also happens to be the heart and soul of the British political life. Indeed, a magnificent attraction, the Houses of Parliament is a must visit place on your holiday to the United Kingdom.    


    Balmoral Castle


    When you’ll come down here to explore the Scottish Highlands, you’ll understand the very reason for its mention in the several famous poems. They are simply breath-taking. One of the most ideal ways to explore this is by visiting the Balmoral Castle. With its picturesque setting, series of towers and turrets, Balmoral Castle is just about everything that you would expect from a castle. Built under the reign of Queen Victoria in the 19th century it is still the official Highlands which is home to the royal family. When you visit the place, you must actually spare a while and spend some time here.  


    The Tower of London


    Had you mention The Tower of London in the past, it would have certainly sent some shivers down the spine pf people despite the tower once being a residence for the England’s monarchs. During those time, the tower was known as a place of execution and torture. It was at The Tower of London that some of the most eminent historical figures such as Sir Thomas More and Anne Boleyn met their brutal end. The existence of the tower goes back to the 1070s. Nestled on the bank of the River Thames, The Tower of London was initially designed as a citadel stronghold that was used to guard England from the conquering forces. As it was intended, The Tower used to be the most prominent and domineering visitor attractions of the UK. It is also the most haunted destinations. It is definitely the most important place to see in the UK.  


  • What You Will Like There?

    Incredible Variety in Landscapes

    United Kingdom’s forces of nature – ice, wind and seas have combined very well to give this relatively smaller island kingdom a vast array of landscapes. Best part is that all of these are located at a relatively shorter distance from one another. Nowhere in the UK is ever more than 2 hours from the sea. You can find the wild heaths, exquisite lakes, lovely valleys and streams, ranges of majestic hills, towering mountains and rolling farmlands.


    The Great Cities and Towns


    There is no truth hidden when we say that one of the greatest cities of the world is London. However, believe us when we add to it that it is just the tip of the iceberg. The towns and cities of London have a lot to offer for the visitors. Right from the medieval passageways of York to the incredible art scenes of Glasgow; Indie and hip scene of Manchester to the lip smacking Balti food of Birmingham and dreaming spires of Oxford to the attractions of United Kingdom, there is so much to see along with an array of things to do that you’ll never have a dull day in UK. Besides this, beautiful Edinburgh Castle towers the vibrant capital of Scotland and the history of Liverpool besides Mersey is the talk of the town.   


    The Multi-Layered Great British History


    Right from the prehistoric Picts, Britons, Celts and Gaels through Normans, Vikings and Romans, wave after wave, the migrants and conquerors have played a significant role in shaping the United Kingdom. Most of them have even left back fascinating traces for the visitors to explore.


    The Great British Pub


    Some of the most notable British pubs are more than just places to eat and drink. They are rather the landmarks of continuity which have been present on the same spot for several hundreds of years. The very names of the pubs tell their stories and are often linked to the customs, local history, wars and outlaws. Other highlight of these pubs is their architecture. Be it built of brick, half-timbered or thatch-roofed, each of them adds a unique character to their villages. However, not all pubs are same or equal. Some of them can be really dreadful especially if you aren’t a local. Make sure you check the reviews online before you head to any pub to enjoy the vibrant nightlife of United Kingdom.   


    Great World Class Festivals and Events


    Some of the greatest set piece events of the world draw a number of visitors to the UK on annual basis. When it comes to England, everything just comes to a standstill for a fortnight during the Wimbledon which is the tennis's biggest grand slam tournament. On the other hand, when it comes to Scotland, during the entire month of August everything seems to be on the go 24/7. Thousands of guest reel from one event to the other during the time of the Edinburgh Festivals which is said to be the biggest performing arts party in the UK.


    Great Traditions and Eccentricities


    The British are actually the masters of wacky and weird. Right from fireball whirling in Scotland, hobby horses terrorizing villages on May Day, cheese rolling in Gloucestershire, Morris Men dancing and banging sticks, there is an array of phenomenal eccentric cultures and traditions prominent all across the British Isles. Most of these have also lost origins in antiquity.  


    Great Storybook Architecture


    Stately mansions, thatched cottages, stately mansions and the soaring cathedrals – the UK has it all. Chester’s half-timbered streets look as if straight out of Disney but they are old and as real as it could get.


    The Greatest Names in Literature


    Visitors coming to the UK regularly make literary pilgrimages when it comes to the search of towns, villages and landscapes that has inspired the classic artists as well as the authors of the English language. From William Wordsworth to Shakespeare, Chaucer, Sir Walter Scott, Charles Dickens, Robert Burns and Jane Austen, each one of them have brilliantly contributed to the English literature.


    The World's Greatest Gardens and Gardeners


    Ever since the 17th century, the lady and gentleman horticulturalists of the British Empire have gone ahead and explored the distinct exotic locales to bring back the unusual plant species. This has very well contributed in the magnificence of the UK.


    The Great British Royals


    It is next to impossible for anyone to forget that the United Kingdom is a monarchy however the power of the Royal Family is only symbolic today. Not many notice but monarchy is the very part of the name of the county. You can love them or hate them, and in Britain you’ll find both sets of opinions on the same, sometimes even uttered in the same sentence. Monarchy is indeed woven in fabric of life here. The comings and goings, the events and the palaces, everything depicts royalty in some form or the other for the visitors or the locals to experience.


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  • When is the best time to visit the UK?

    One can visit the United Kingdom anytime round the year but the best time to visit is during the descending summer and spring. Longer daylights, mild weather and a soothing temperature make it a fantastic destination to spend your holiday. So, the best period is during the month of June to August.

    Sports events like Wimbledon, British Grand Prix and Festivals like The Big Cheese Festival, Monmouth Festival, Stratford River Festival add up to its ecstasy. It’s warm, it’s green all around. The days start as early as 4 am and it gets dark only after 10 pm. So mid-summer to end of spring is the ideal time to visit the UK.

  • How to reach the UK?

    The best way to reach the UK is by a Flight. There are many websites available with numerous offers on flight tickets from where you can book a ticket very conveniently. Along with tickets you also need to apply for a Visa and get one. If you are already on a Europe Tour and plan to add the UK to your list of spots to visit, you can reach the UK from the Mainland Europe via Train or a Ship.

    A tour by train in the UK is considered to be one of the easiest modes of transportation with almost all the major cities connected. It also provides a unique experience to the tourists as they pass by the beautiful countryside. One can also board a Cross Channel Ferry and cross the English Channel which connects the two parts of Europe since ages, and thus can reach the UK.

  • Do I need a visa for the UK? How does one get a UK visa?

    Yes, before planning a trip to the UK, one must apply for a Visa as well. A Visit Visa for a period less than 6 months might cost you 89 Pounds that sums up to be around Rs. 7667.

    To apply for a Tourist or Short Stay Visas follow the link below:

     

    • https://www.gov.uk/browse/visas-immigration/tourist- short-stay- visas.

    To know more about Visas and immigration operational guidance, follow the link below:

    • https://www.gov.uk/topic/immigration-operational- guidance

    Also, do not forget to get a travel brochure and plan your holiday judicious to time and your budget.

  • What is the currency of UK and where can I get my money exchanged?

    The currency of UK is pound sterling. Generally, the advice given to the tourist is to use their MasterCard or VISA as these modes are pretty much universal and convenient. Debit cards can be utilized with a pin to withdraw cash and likewise, credit cards can be utilized for various purchases in the UK. But before making such transactions in the UK make sure that you inform your card issuer that you will be traveling and utilize the card for overseas transactions, just in case you come under the trail of suspicion. Also, you can exchange the cash at the banks or ATMs of UK.

  • What are the things to do in the UK?

    You can do the following things in the UK:

    • Traverse the Isle of Skye: The home to the most goodly, dramatic and substantial scenery in British Isle.
    • Explore the Roman Bath: This is a retrospective complex in the UK that attracts tourists of all ages.
    • A tipsy at Arthur’s Seat at Edinburgh: With a height of 251 meters, Arthur’s Seat at Edinburg offers the right puff and the correct amount of footwear enduring a relatively easy and simpler climb.
    • Head up and embark to Peak District: With its peak and epic beauty, Peak District draws every year thousands and thousands of walkers, bikers and lastly travelers who sways into the natural setup of the UK.

  • What is the local food of UK? Which are the best places to taste this food?

    Traditional local food of the UK forms the comfort delight. The food of the UK is termed as heart-warming, satisfying and filling. Have a look at few typical must try food and dishes of United Kingdom: 

    • Sunday roast and the final delicious trimmings.
    • Fish and Chips
    • English style puddings
    • The final fry up or English style breakfast
    • Haggis
    • Lancashire Hotpot
    • British Banger & Sausages
    • Country’s Cheddar Gorge Cheese
    • Grey Earl- Green Tea
    • Bangers & mashed potato
    • Bread & butter pudding
    • Yorkshire pudding gravy
    • Roast dinner
    • Sunday roast
    • Olde worlde British dining

     

    The best places to taste UK food are as follows:

    • Wright Brothers, Spitalfields
    • Castles’ Pie and Mash, Camden
    • Colbeh, Bayswater
    • Gymkhana, Mayfair
    • 40 Maltby Street, Bermondsey
    • El Parador, Mornington Crescent
    • Lyle’s Shoreditch
    • Sweetings City of London
    • Koya Bar Soho
    • Hibiscus Mayfair
    • The Clove Club Shoreditch
    • Salon Brixton
    • The Fat Duck Bray, Berkshire
    • The Plough Inn Longparish, Hampshire
    • Porthminster Cafe St Ives, Cornwall
    • Elliott’s Coastal Kitchen Whitstable, Kent
    • Porthminster Cafe St Ives, Cornwall
    • Bell’s Diner Bristol
    • The Hidden Hut Truro, Cornwall
    • East in the West Paignton, Devon

  • What is the best public transport to commute around the UK?

    Relatively the UK is a small country, therefore traveling to distinct splendid places is an easy affair. If you have a plan of visiting distinct areas of United Kingdom, there are a various number of ways that can assist you to reach your final destination:

    • Travel by train:

    If you are anxiously looking forward to visiting UK’s main cities then a tour by train is one of the best options. Not only will you get the opportunity to travel from one place to another swiftly but you will also get to witness few spectacular sights as you drive through. If you have a plan of traveling within the British landscape, then investing in rail pass is essential. If you want then you can purchase the rail pass before arriving the UK through the schemes which are available that cater to the overseas travelers. If you plan to look for an alternative choice, then you can opt for coaches as they cover a number of UK end destinations and in comparison are less expensive than trains.

    • Hire a car

    At most of the major airports, outlets of the city center and train stations, car rentals can be organized easily. To muster the best deal out of rest, you require doing a thorough research and book in advance before you reach the United Kingdom.

    • Travel by narrowboat, horse, and bike

    If you prefer to encounter leisurely forms of transportation, you must opt for narrowboat, horse, and bike. The traveler can also go for beautiful local options that include traveling by boat ferry between the places Southwold and Walberswick.

    • Travel by Taxis

    Taxis are also available at all the stations and main coaches.

  • Do I need to have any vaccinations before the trip to the UK?

    Yes, you definitely require undergoing vaccination before making the trip to the UK. You are required to be updated on routine vaccination at the time of traveling to any destination spot. Vaccination is essential at the time of travel:

     

    • Routine vaccine: Before every trip, it is essential for you to be up to date with the routine vaccines. The routine vaccines include polio vaccine, measles mumps rubella vaccine, varicella vaccine & polio vaccine.
    • Hepatitis A vaccination: You must get hepatitis A byways of contaminated food and water in the UK, therefore, you must discuss with the doctor and see that whether hepatitis A vaccine is right for you or not.
    • Hepatitis B vaccination: It is recommended for you to take hepatitis B vaccine so as to protect yourself from the contaminated water and food.
    • Rabies vaccination: Travellers who are indulged in outdoor and various other activities should get the rabies vaccination done.

  • What is the local language in the UK and which are the most commonly used greetings? (mention at least 4) (Hello, Thank you, Good morning/night, What is the price of ____?, How far is _____?)

    The local language in the UK is English. The common greetings in the UK are Hello, Good morning, Thank you and Goodnight.

  • Which are the best shopping places in the UK and what are they famous for?

    The following shopping places in the UK are as follows:

    • Oxford Street: Located in the heart of London, Oxford Street exhibits about more than three hundred shops, landmark store, and designer outlets. The abode to the heroic Selfridges boasts a wide range of popular department stores like the Debenhams and John Lewis which are dispersed in every high known state.
    • Regent Street and Jermyn Street: Regent Street and Jermyn Street exhibit an elegant range of shopping malls offering mid-priced vogue and fashion wear. Alongside the city’s oldest and popular stores, shops like Liberty, The Apple Store and Hamleys are most popular. The historic location of Jermyn Street is popular for men’s wear and old-fashioned clothes.
    • Bond Street & Mayfair: Whether you crave for a splash, luxury or designer clothing, Bond Street, and Mayfair has it all. Bond Street and Mayfair are the perfect shopping destinations in the UK for thriftless retail therapy. The streets call out to be the most exclusive and impressive shopping area because of its claimed popularity with famous celebrities and actors on spree. Big names such as Louis Vuitton, Tiffany and Co. and Burberry are found adjacent to the streets.

  • Here are the best tips Thrillophilia has to offer for your trip to the UK

    Following are the best tips which Thrillophilia has to offer for your trip to the UK:

    • Visit museum for free:

    Though the hotel rooms in the UK are extremely expensive sightseeing here is extremely cheap. Most of the states and the museums which are owned by the council are free to enter which includes the Science Museum, Natural History Museum and British Museum in the city of London.

     

    • Sip warm refreshing beer:

    A must taste drink in the UK are the British beer. Served at good handy temperature, the British beer tastes the best at room temperature.

     

    • Say ‘Yay’ with Wetherspoon’s:

    It is pretty much impossible to neglect the chain of Wetherspoon’s. Set in distinctive retrospective buildings, enhancing a pleasing good build and effect, the chain swings in the surrounding bolstering the essence of no music, but serving a great range of luxurious drinks at cheap rates. 

  • What are the best honeymoon experiences to have in the UK?

    You will love it at the UK if you plan to visit it for your honeymoon. There are a lot of International flights that arrive at Stansted, Gatwick and Heathrow airports. After you get down from the International airport, you will find a lot of International trains to St. Pancras Station at economical and justifiable rates. For couples to get along the streets of UK, we do not recommend them to rent a car, as the streets of the city are blocked with parking prices and traffic. An essential method of transportation is the Underground, which is also known as ‘Tube’. The UK provides the honeymooners with a frabjous adventure tour serving as an ideal way to begin a life together with each other. The UK is a thriving, playground that burst with great vigor and life that has been inspiring the rock and pop culture for ages. London offers the couples with theaters, museums, and world-class restaurants. Therefore, if you are in the UK for your honeymoon, you must experience it all. 

  • Which are the top cultural experiences to have in the UK?

    To endeavor and witness a thorough cultural experience, the tourist must quarry in the past and history of UK by visiting various cultural locations. London exhibits an all-around art gallery representing its cultural essence. Whether you are into modern or contemporary cultural art or into sculpture or photography, you are sure to find hidden gems, written scriptures and an elaborate cultural text to satiate your experience to grab the culture of UK. 

    An extravagantly inclusive culture of UK encompasses various forms of artwork. The Victorian museums, ultra contemporary galleries and various cultural architectures and education rollouts on the countryside convey the English culture in pubs and garden walks.

  • What are the most famous spots to experience nightlife in the UK?

    The most famous spots to experience nightlife in the UK are:

    • Sub Club, Glasgow
    • Fabric, London
    • The Rainbow Venues, Birmingham
    • Leeds West Indian Centre
    • The Full Moon Pub And Attic Bar, Bristol
    • Concorde 2, Brighton
    • Dalston Superstore, London
    • HAUS at Camp and Furnace, Liverpool
    • The Night Kitchen, Sheffield
    • Soup Kitchen, Manchester

  • Which are the top architectural marvels in the UK?

    The top architectural marvels in the UK are:

    • Beckford's Tower
    • Coastal break with a unique twist
    • Tower Bridge
    • Rushton Triangular Lodge
    • Lancaster
    • Royal Observatory Greenwich
    • Angel of the North
    • Cambridge University
    • 311 steps of the Monument for views over the City
    • View from The Shard

  • What are the top UNESCO Heritage Sites in the UK?

    The Top UNESCO Heritage Sites are in the UK are as follows:

    • Stonehenge
    • Bath
    • Blaenavon
    • New Lanark
    • Westminster Abbey
    • Derwent Valley Mills
    • St. Margaret’s Westminster
    • Ironbridge Gorge
    • Studley Royal Park
    • St. Martin’s Church, Canterbury
    • Durham Castle
    • Conwy Castle
    • Beaumaris Castle
    • Caernarfon Castle
    • Harlech Castle

  • Which are the best festivals to attend in the UK?

    The following are the festival which you must attend in the UK:

    • Field Day
    • Mighty Hoopla
    • Parklife
    • Glastonbury
    • Wireless
    • Farr
    • Green Man
    • Lovebox
    • Bestival
    • End of the Road
    • AVA festival
    • Gottwood
    • Download
    • The Isle of Wight
    • Beat-Herder
    • Latitude
    • Blue Dot
    • Latitude

     

    • Festival No 6
    • Field Maneuvers
    • Electric Fields
    • Reading & Leeds
    • Moovin
    • V
    • Lost Village
    • Houghton
    • Boomtown Fair
    • LeeFest
    • Wilderness
    • Boardmasters
    • Camp Bestival
    • The Great Escape
    • Green Man Festival
    • Secret Garden Party
    • Shambala
    • South West Four
    • T in the Park
    • We Are FSTVL

  • Should I walk the Witches’ Way? What’s so special about it?

    Yes, you must definitely walk to the Witches’ Way. The Witches’ Way is forty-eight mile stretched destination beginning from Sabden in Lancashire and swaying through Ribble Valley and the Woods of Bowland. The beginning part of the walk must be taken in the location that stretches along the Pendle Hill. Through the walk, you must come across places like Newschurch in Pendle, Barley, Higham, and Fence as these are the places that cast their own magic spell of happiness.

  • What do I need to know before visiting the famous Roman baths?

    The Roman Bath refers to a complex historical site located in the Bath, the English city. The house in the Roman delineates well preserved and conserved Roman culture and tradition. The Roman Bath portrays four kinds of features: The Roman Temple, Holding Finds, Sacred Spring and Roman Bath House. 

  • What are the best trekking trails in the UK?

    The best trekking trials in the UK are:

    • Hadrian’s Wall Path
    • Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall
    • West Highland Way
    • Helvellyn, Lake District
    • Tryfan, Snowdonia
    • Wessex Ridgeway
    • South Downs Way
    • Southern Upland Way, Borders
    • Stanage Edge, Peak District

  • Which are the top locations for one to go cycling in the UK?

    The top locations to go for cycling in the UK are:

    • Essex Creeks
    • Fen Villages
    • West Midlands
    • Seaside South Downs
    • North Norfolk
    • Trent Valley
    • Cheshire lanes
    • Central Chilterns
    • Forest of Dean
    • Southern half of Snowdonia
    • Central Pennines
    • Jurassic Coast

  • Which are the best beaches to visit in the UK?

    The best beaches to visit in the UK are:

    • Pelistry Bay, Isles of Scilly
    • Crosby Beach, Liverpool
    • Porthcurno, Cornwall
    • Hunmanby Gap, North Yorkshire
    • Scolt Head, Norfolk
    • Compton Bay, Isle of Wight
    • Bamburgh Beach, Northumberland
    • Rhossili Beach, Wales
    • Beadnell Beach, Northumberland
    • Bigbury-on-Sea, Devon
    • Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Lancashire
    • Barafundle Bay, Pembrokeshire
    • Longsands, Tynemouth

  • Which are the most exciting adventure sports to do in the UK?

    The most exciting adventure sports in the UK are:

    • River tubing
    • Clay shooting
    • Caving
    • Flying and gliding
    • Hound trailing
    • Snorkelling
    • Wakeboarding
    • Horseriding on the beach
    • Quad biking
    • Rock climbing

  • Which are the top museums to visit in the UK?

    The top museums to visit in the UK are:

    • British Museum
    • Victoria and Albert Museum
    • Natural History Museum
    • London Transport Museum
    • Science Museum
    • Bank of England Museum
    • Museum of London
    • London Transport Museum
    • Imperial War Museum
    • Design Museum
    • Barbican Art Gallery
    • Science Museum
    • Royal Museums Greenwich

  • What are the top wildlife experiences to have in the UK?

    Top wildlife experiences to have in the UK are:

    • Selkirk’s salmon leap
    • trail of Squirrel Nutkin
    • Boar watching in the Forest of Dean
    • lying high on the Great Mull
    • Historic Spotting of Species in Chillingham
    • Puffin spotting on Skomer

Traveller Tales from United Kingdom

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Nikita Gupta

23 September 2017

Amazing experience. Learn't a lot about Scottish whisky.

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Satish Talwar

23 September 2017

Great experience. Had lot of fun

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Triloki Gill

23 September 2017

Love the whiskey trail. Trust me no hangover.

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