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The Canterbury Cathedral: An Oasis for the Soul


The most famous Christian structure in Southern England, the Canterbury Cathedral has a distinct place for itself in history. The construction of the cathedral started in the 7th century and ever since then, it has been torn down, rebuilt, refurbished and modified over a course of 1300 years. Needless to say, the Canterbury Cathedral is unique in its own way. ... Read More »

The Grand and Majestic City: Dubrovnik, Croatia


Want to make the most of your upcoming holidays? Then Dubrovnik is the place. It is a unique city and somehow amazing place as your first glimpse of the town especially when descending along the airport road can easily turn out to be a heat stopping, love at first sight experience. Dubrovnik is Croatia’s most popular tourist destination, a walled, ... Read More »

Abode of Mysticism-The Golden Pagoda,Bylakuppe, Karnataka


      Its amusing how always the images of higher altitudes cloud our eyes every time we talk about the Tibetan Community, or the high mounted multi-tiered pagodas or monasteries, in India. Though a visit to Tibet is not one of the many options people opt for owing to its inaccessible nature for common tourists, we do have a little Tibet ... Read More »

From Fruits to Smoothies: Foods Of California


California is the place where people fully rely on eating healthy food grown by organic methods and all the vegetables, fruits come from farmer’s farm. California produces about 80% of all the fruits and vegetables in US. Due to its Mediterranean climate there, it’s very well suited  for farming. The lifestyle of people is such that they are very health-conscious ... Read More »

Wonder of the World: Chichen Itza


Chichen Itza is one of the largest archaeological sites that belong to Maya Civilization and is established at the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Its beauty and historic significance made it the most visited tourist destination in Mexico. In the year 1988, UNESCO World Heritage Site declared it as a World Heritage Site. Not only this, this place is also declared as ... Read More »

The River of Five Colors: Cano Cristales


Cano Cristales is a river flowing in Colombia in the region of Serrania de la Macarena, Meta. The river is popularly known as “the Liquid River” and also “the River of Five Colors”. The nicknames are such because of the strikingly amazing colors of the river. This river is, thus, also called the most beautiful river on this earth. You ... Read More »

Bordeaux – Of Vine and Vineyards


Bordeaux, the Little Paris of France and one of the largest metropolitan cities in Europe is a destination that, let’s put it this way “is made for the oenophiles out there”. The city which is just beautiful in its appearance, architecture, lifestyle and vineyards is a treat for the lover of travel and beauty. The city located in the southern ... Read More »

A Heritage Site in Nature’s Lap: Hallstatt, Austria


The village of Hallstatt in the Salzkammergut Lake District, Austria has an incredibly long and rich historical and cultural trajectory. The absolutely stunning surroundings combined with the cultural heritage of the land make it a worthwhile UNESCO World Heritage Site. The natural abundance, the quaint village tucked between the magnificent Dachstein Mountains, and on the banks of Hallstatter See Lake ... Read More »