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London’s Street Markets: Open Sesame

by Mukul and Shilpa Gupta

Some are historic but exude a fresh vibe, a few are new but ooze an old-world charm. Some are eclectic; a few have earned fame for exclusivity. Some are atmospheric, a few are plain utilitarian. Bu...

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Madurodam: A Minuscule Holland

by Abhishek Kar

Our Tour Guide was uncharacteristically tightlipped that day, refusing a direct answer. We kept on asking what Madurodam actually was and all we got in reply was a mischievous smile and four simple...

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All Roads Lead To Rome!!

by Abhishek Kar

Do they? Do all roads really lead to Rome? Which road were we on? OH! Another turn? Will both the roads end up in Rome? The question nearly deafened our poor Italian driver Alfredo, driving a big b...

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Street Art In Bristol: Color Uncoded

by Mukul and Shilpa Gupta

It may require a fair bit of exercise for your pupils but you must keep your eyes peeled in all directions because it erupts without any warning: Staring off a bridge, peering down from a balcony, ...

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Myanmar And It's Fabulous Treasure Chest....Sheer Delight! Part 2

by Munmi Barthakur

In Part 2 of my Myanmar travel diary, I'm going to narrate our exclusive experience of Inle Lake, which was the main destination of our fascinating road trip in this country. From Bagan, w...

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Myanmar And It's Fabulous Treasure Chest....Sheer Delight! Part 1

by Munmi Barthakur

As Myanmar Tourism is opening its doors to its fabulous treasure chest, I highly recommend a trip to this part of the world. There are flights to Yangon, the capital, from most big cities also. How...

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The Little Things You Don’t Want To Miss In Alaska

by Chandana Ghosh

Light travels faster than sound.  This was no physics experiment, but a real life experience of calving glaciers, witnessed up close from the edge of water. ...

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Bhutan – A Most Unique Country

by Priya Virmani

Bhutan, a small Himalayan kingdom nestled between the goliathans India and China, is one of the youngest democracies in the world. Its small population of 0.8 million people were happy with the abs...

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The Mosque - Cathedral Of Cordoba

by Ritusmita Biswas

As I begin rambling about my Spanish sojourn let me begin at the end – the end was probably the best and sweetest and like a true-blooded Bengali, I savor my desserts. During our 15-day trip acro...

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Cinque Terre – Italy

by Supriya Newar

Cinque Terre, (pronounced as Chinqu Terrey) when translated from Italian to English means five lands. These five lands are actually the five villages of Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola an...

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Kew Gardens – A Day In The Greens

by Supriya Newar

Just like me, there were at least 20 other passengers who got off the tube and started walking over ground towards the bus stop in search of a bus that would take us to Kew Gardens after a detour i...

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Cambridge – A Day Trip From London

by Supriya Newar

There are several day trips that one can take from London. This time the choice was between Oxford and Cambridge and I decided to go for the latter. On a sunny, clear day (having checked ...

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