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The Canadian Heaven: Toronto


The most popular city of Canada is Toronto which is situated on the coasts of Ontario Lake. With 2.6 million inhabitants living there, the city is the most astonishing tourist destination in the world. The city is in the center of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and is known as the anchor of the Golden Horseshoe area. This Golden Horseshoe ... Read More »

Majestic hills and Colourful Beaches – Kanyakumari


The location of India is very exceptional with the fact that this is the only country which has huge sea beaches on one side and high mountains on the other side. India is indeed a very lucky country to have a junction of shores of three large seas – the Indian Ocean, the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea. ... Read More »

The landmark of Orissa, The Jagannath Temple


The Jagannath Temple is situated in Puri city of Orissa, India. Puri is a coastal town of Orissa and lies to the south-eastern part of the country. The term ‘Jagannath’ is a Sanskrit term and it means “the Lord of the Universe”. The Jagannath temple is a very famous Hindu temple and all the worshippers of Hindu Lord Krishna and ... Read More »

Where The Sun Is Bright: Sun City, South Africa

Table Mountain - The Landmark of Cape Town 2

This vast country which is bordered by Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Namibia, Lesotho, Botswana and Mozambique is situated at the south most tip of Africa. South Africa is very diverse and has eleven official languages. South Africa is indeed among the largest producers of gold in the world and is well known for its wines. South Africa has the greatest impact on ... Read More »

The Countryside Peace: Yorkshire Dales


The Yorkshire Dales are also known as ‘The Dales’ is an area located in the county boundaries of the Yorkshire’s historical area in the Northern England. This art of land is dissected by a lot of valleys and lies between the countries:  North Yorkshire and Cumbria. This place is blessed by Mother Nature and a lot of natural sights which ... Read More »

The ‘Crescent City’ of USA – New Orleans


New Orleans is the most unique city of America. It is a metropolitan city in Louisiana and the metropolitan area includes New Orleans-Metairie-Kenner Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city got this name because of the Duke of Orleans who ruled from 1715 to 1723 as Regent for Louis XV and was founded in 1718. Once you are in New Orleans, who ... Read More »

Mozambique : Africa’s hidden paradise


Mozambique is the country located on Indian Ocean coast which is near Southern Africa. This place has South Africa to its south, Tanzania to its north and other borders of Malawi, Zambia Swaziland and Zimbabwe. Officially, the country is called Republic of Mozambique. The Mozambique Channel separates the country with Madagascar. The capital of Mozambique is Maputo which is also ... Read More »

Zambia: The Real Africa


Zambia, officially the Republic of Zambia, is a huge country in the African continent. It has a very unusual shape, like that of a butterfly. It is surrounded by countries like Democratic Republic of the Congo in the north, Malawi in the east, Mozambique, Zimbabwe in the south and Angolo in the west. It became independent from the occupation of ... Read More »

Yokohama – Japan’s Pride


After Tokyo, the most populous city in Japan is the City of Yokohama with a population of 3.7 million. It is the largest incorporated city of Japan. It lies on Tokyo Bay’s western coast, which is to the south of the Tokyo, on the island of Honshu. The city is the commercial centre of the region of Greater Tokyo. After ... Read More »

Calgary: The Heart of New West


Calgary is the largest city in the province of Alberta, Canada. It is situated approximately 80km to the east of the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies, at the confluence of the Bow River and the Elbow River. The major source of income in this land is energy, financial services, film and television, transportation, technology, aerospace, manufacturing, retail and tourism ... Read More »