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The Next Big Thing: Sea Orbiter


Sea Orbiter is a huge research vessel which will be constructed under an ocean in France. Sea Orbiter is actually an ongoing construction project which will get completed soon. This is a special project as it will be the first under ocean station in the entire world. This Sea Orbiter will be a research centre for scientists and will also ... Read More »

Mountain Biking at Cambodia


Cambodia , a small populous nation  south east of China is famous for its rich culture , pre historic works of art and a bloody civil war under a barbarian regime.  Up until recently Cambodia was still considered one of the  darkest places  on earth , courtesy  the Vietnam War which spilled on to its soils too( Vietnam , Cambodia ... Read More »

The Golconda Fort, India: History comes to Life

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11 km away from Secunderabad in Andhra Pradesh is located one of the most impressive fortress complexes in India. The name Golconda comes from two words – ‘golla’ and ‘konda’, literally meaning the ‘mud fort’. The fort is a combination of the legacy left by both the Kakatiya and Qutub Shahi dynasties of Andhra Pradesh. It is said that a ... Read More »

Spicy South – The Cuisine of South India


Now and then it has been emphasized that India is the land of diversity and quite rightly so. It is inhabited by people following different religions, speaking different languages, having different customs and eating different kinds of food. Yes, India is diverse one the basis of food as each part has its own unique culinary culture. The vast expanse of ... Read More »

City of Dreams, Casinos and Nightlife, Macau China

Macau nightlife

  Enthralling Lifestyle, embracing Nightlife and a life filled with money bouncing off from all over the place, well that’s Macau for all. It’s a place where entertainment still rolls around the roulette table and the options outside the major casinos are limited to be surrendered. For those who are seeking a money saving choice of nightly entertainment, a stroll ... Read More »

Combination of Beauty and Thrills: Queenstown, New Zealand


With mountain peaks as far as the eye can see, beautiful lakes, and pristine alpine air, Queenstown is simply a place of pure inspiration. Whether you have an appetite for adventure or are more at home tracking down a delicious meal, this cosmopolitan four Season Lake and alpine place provides the perfect mix of action and relaxation. Its population may ... Read More »

Daman and Diu-The Twin Islands


Daman and Diu, the twin islands are home to virgin natural beauty and serenity. The islands of Daman and Diu make for the second smallest union territory in the country.  The islands are situated in the west coast of India in the midst of Arabian Sea. The islands were under the control of Portuguese for over 450 years. A long ... Read More »

Sea Kayaking – Pattaya

Sea Kayaking

If one were to answer what attracts a man other than forests and mountains, the answer has to be definitely the Sea. From Magellan to Vasco da Gama, man has always responded diligently to the call of the waters. If you are one of those who can feel the thrill of the seas, just by hearing the roar of the ... Read More »

Lahore – The Land of Legacy


Lahore, in Pakistan is the capital city of Punjab province. Lahore is a metropolitan and the second largest city in the country. Before partition and formation of Pakistan Lahore was a part of India and therefore has a long and rich cultural history dating back over a millennium. After partition the city has developed into a leading economic, political, education, ... Read More »

Jaffa Gate’s Tower of David

The Citadel/Tower of David

Tower of David is a very famous citadel which was built in the ancient times. This monument is situated near the Jaffa Gate entrance which is an historic entrance that leads to the Old City of Jerusalem. This is a museum of the History of Jerusalem and presents the story of Jerusalem in the best way. The main idea of ... Read More »