From the monthly archives:

December 2008

The Strangest Travel Destination I’ve seen: Bhusi Dam

I’m not one of those overly-concerned-about-cleanliness-types, but I’ll admit it– I HAD to wonder how clean it was to be sitting in the overflow of an Indian dam with hundreds [...]

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Price Gouging: the good, the bad, and an old man’s bed (part 2)

It was nearing 2 AM and my travel mate and I– two women, obviously tourists, alone in the middle of the night on the empty streets of Damascus– were desperate for a hotel [...]

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Price Gouging: the good, the bad, and an old man’s bed (part 1)

“There’s no room here for you! Go!” the Syrian hotel clerk pointed at the door. We stood, frozen, looking through the glass-paned door at the dark streets of Damascus. We [...]

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Sitting out the recession in India

Tripbase received an email from a friend recently: “I’m sorry to say I got laid off this week,” he wrote. Our friend explained that the company he worked for needed [...]

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Did the recession rob you of a job?

Getting fired is never fun, especially in these uncertain economic times. But if you have been saving up for a rainy day, and you have a cottony cushion sitting in [...]

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