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Sojourn in Heaven on earth

With the mercury rising up, people must have started planning for a quick escape to some hill station to beat the heat. With several destination in list, it is often confusing to choose. Visit to the Heaven on Earth was my call last year. I was enthr...
by Blabber ! ! on Apr 18, 2016

A memorable anniversary #memoriesforlife

A family comes into existence when two individuals decide to spend their life together by tying wedding knots. We were planning a memorable anniversary gift for our parents to commemorate their 30 years of togetherness. Choosing a gift to bring smile...
by Blabber ! ! on Mar 16, 2016

20 Travel-Related Books In My Shelf

It seems that my thirst for travel is not just limited to actually going out and exploring the world. It also extends to my other interests, such as my postcards collection and the books I keep in my cabinet. I’ve found that apart from travel g...
by First-time Travels on Jan 30, 2016

The city in progress

Everyone has at least once visited the capital city of the country. Be it for tourism, changing trains, meeting relatives or visiting friends. The city has something new to offer every time. Be it a new fly over, another metro bridge or a new shoppin...
by Blabber ! ! on Dec 13, 2015

Travel Responsibly

Tourism as an industry has great potential for employment and development. It adds to the revenue of a country and influences the GDP. This does not mean undergoing rampant development for growth of tourism so much so that the natural beauty of the p...
by Blabber ! ! on Dec 9, 2015

#together on a family trip

With limited number of leave available per year, it is very difficult to manage all the events happening in life and keep everyone happy. In the hustle-bustle of life, one is sure to miss on some or the other things. If one plans a visit to parents,...
by Blabber ! ! on Apr 3, 2015

Reading Cuba: Books for the Armchair Traveler

It’s less than one hundred miles from the United States but ever since John F. Kennedy blocked travel to Cuba in 1963, for most Americans Cuba might as well be on Mars. Some determined travelers have skirted the travel block by flying from in from...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Dec 22, 2014

Sojourn @ NIT Rourkela

It’s always delight to visit your Alma-mater. Walking down the lanes you spent four years of life, getting transformed from a teenager into adolescent makes you feel nostalgic. The sense of belonging to every nook and corner of the place is a speci...
by Blabber ! ! on Dec 3, 2014

Walking along Kloof Street

{ April 2014 - Cape Town, South Africa }After lunch at Cafe Paradiso, we walked along Kloof Street to The Company's Garden. It was an easy 20 minutes stroll (with lots of stops to snap photos) under the beautiful weather of Cape Town. Along the way,...
by nateniale's travels on May 27, 2014

First lunch in Cape Town at Café Paradiso

{ April 2014 - Cape Town, South Africa }Our first lunch in Cape Town set the standard for our meals in the city. The food was delicious and fresh at Café Paradiso, with an amazing view of the Table Mountain. The outdoor seats were casual yet charmin...
by nateniale's travels on May 25, 2014

The Company's Garden on our first jet-lagged day in Cape Town

{ April 2014 - Cape Town, South Africa } Before I went to Cape Town, I have heard that it is a beautiful city. Even then, that did not prepare me for what we experienced and felt on our trip there. We spent about 5 days in the city and that was proba...
by nateniale's travels on May 24, 2014

The Tiger Temple at Kanchanaburi

After the Bridge on River Kwai, it was finally time for […] The post The Tiger Temple at Kanchanaburi appeared first on Shadows Galore.
by Shadows Galore on May 2, 2014

Kanchanaburi – Memories of the Great War

Kanchanaburi is a town in west Thailand, established by […] The post Kanchanaburi – Memories of the Great War appeared first on Shadows Galore.
by Shadows Galore on Apr 20, 2014

Vaishali – The Cradle of Democracy

These days, I have made it a point to visit new places […] The post Vaishali – The Cradle of Democracy appeared first on Shadows Galore.
by Shadows Galore on Apr 8, 2014

Taj Mahal- Beauty personified !!

Number of train plies from New Delhi (NDLS) to Agra Cantt (AGC), (click here for train details). Upon reaching Agra you can hire a taxi or auto rickshaw, wherein you can chose from a pool of hotel depending on your budget, the auto fare is minimal (j...
by Blabber ! ! on Jan 25, 2014

Thoughts on my travel to Myanmar (Burma)

"This is Burma and it is unlike any land you know about.” Rudyard Kipling wrote in 1898. More than a hundred years later, it still hold true for me. I have travelled to a number of places, and yet, the country is truly different.Myanmar or Burma (t...
by nateniale's travels on Jan 4, 2014

Notre-Dame : windows and roof

{ Mar 2012 - Paris, France }...
by nateniale's travels on Dec 13, 2013

Notre-Dame : the facade

{ Mar 2012 - Paris, France }...
by nateniale's travels on Dec 11, 2013

Our Lady of Paris

{ Mar 2012 - Paris, France }That's the translation for the name of this gothic cathedral, the famous Notre-Dame de Paris. The first time I came across this name and cathedral would be the Disney's animation The Hunchback of Notre Dame!From one end of...
by nateniale's travels on Dec 9, 2013

Place Dauphine in Île de la Cité

{ Mar 2012 - Paris, France }A small little island right in the middle of Paris and surrounded by the river Seine - that's Île de la Cité. It is considered the epicentre of the city, and it is where the famous Notre Dame Cathedral is on.Wanting to s...
by nateniale's travels on Dec 6, 2013


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