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Cleopatra’s Pool, Turkey: In Healing Waters

Cleopatra’s Pool, Turkey: In Healing Waters

Ancient Civilisations have always been of much interest to the history geek. And when historical value, natural beauty and myths of miraculous properties come together to describe a particular place, there is no doubt in the fact that the travel enthusiast is automatically attracted to it. One such place of interest is the fabled Cleopatra’s…
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Paradise for Bird Watchers: Chilika

Paradise for Bird Watchers: Chilika

The Chilika Lake is spread over three districts of Odisha, namely, Puri, Khurda and Ganjam, along the eastern coast of India. Covering an expanse of 1100 km2,  Chilika is, in fact, the world’s second largest coastal lagoon. The coastline has moved eastward over the period of time. Though widely thought to be a saltwater lake,…
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Nature’s Own: Coastal Potholes

Nature’s Own: Coastal Potholes

Geology is a branch of science, which includes the study of the Earth, rocks, etc. It gives an insight to the history of the Earth as it provides evidence of plate tectonics, features of the Earth in the past, past climatic conditions, etc. Any of the various coastal features, present along any coast, as a…
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A Sinful Indulgence – Bora Bora Islands,Tahiti

A Sinful Indulgence – Bora Bora Islands,Tahiti

If you’ve ever been entranced by the fairy-tale The Little Mermaid (1837),by Hans Christian Andersen and its popular movie adaptation by Disney in 1989 ,in your early childhood and have always wished to breathe in the depths of the sea, dine with the sea creatures jostling around you, sleep in the castles floating on the…
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Sand, Sea and Sun: The Caribbean Beaches in Aruba

Sand, Sea and Sun: The Caribbean Beaches in Aruba

In the Southern Caribbean Sea, located 27 km north of the Venezuelan coast, is the island of Aruba. The dry, sunny weather of the area, along with the clear green and blue waters and white sandy beaches makes it a favored tourist destination. Taken together, Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao are popularly known as the ABC…
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Rapa Nui and the Story of the Easter Islands

Rapa Nui and the Story of the Easter Islands

              Far away in the middle of the Pacific Ocean lies an island, where silent stone people rise up from the ground; remnants of Rapa Nui– a civilization that has been long gone. It is one of the most isolated inhabited islands on planet Earth, and historians throughout the ages have failed…
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Venice – the Queen of the Adriatic

Venice – the Queen of the Adriatic

“Getting lost is the only place worth going to”, says the wise man. If I were ever to get lost, I would choose to lose myself in Venice. The city of Venice is an enigma- a city that combines old world charms and the authentic beauty of Italia with an experience you will not find anywhere…
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