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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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From Butter Dosa To Butter Chicken—Go For Indian Indulgence In Thailand

by Rita Bhimani

When everyone else around you is eating stir-fried veggies and soupy Thai preparations, what better way to get regressive and go the whole hog with the rich tastes of Indian food. In any case, at a...

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Edinburgh – Tourists’ Delight

by Abhishek Kar

Edinburgh came as a real big surprise! I thought that I had seen it all on the British Isles, after my stay in London and visits to places in England and Wales. What could a rocky Scotland offer? H...

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Scintillating Singapore And Magnificent Malaysia

by Saira Shah Halim

If you are planning to visit Singapore, one needs to keep at least a minimum of five days to a week in hand to fully savor what the city has to offer as there is so much to see. A lot of ...

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Hello, Firenze!!

by Abhishek Kar

After a hectic day in Venice, we were all ready to tuck in for the night at Mestre, the center and most populated urban area of the mainland of Venice, which is however, overshadowed by its more famou...

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5 Things To Know Before Visiting NYC

by Tehnaz Dastoor

1. Purchase all your Broadway tickets in advance prior to leaving for your vacation. I know you may be tempted to go to TKTS on Times Square and get discounted tickets, however, if yo...

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In Venice

by Abhishek Kar

‘Hey Antonio! What news on the Rialto?’ These were the first words that came to my mind, as I stepped on to Venetian soil for the first time. It seemed as if Antoni...

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Splendid Havana – A Must Visit On Your Bucket List

by Tehnaz Dastoor

My husband and I decided to take a trip to the island of Cuba and spend a few days in Havana, its capital city. From the moment we landed in Havana we found the people ...

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