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Ride the blues: The Royal Caribbean Cruises

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It can be safely said that sea fascinated man right from the moment he cast his eyes to the shimmering horizon which swallowed the sun. The curiosity to see the edge bragged the brave hearts like Vasco De Gama and Columbus into the blue-ness of it all. That urge and passion has not changed in ages and it is not ... Read More »

All Sunshine Makes a Desert – The Syro Arabian Desert

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The Syrian Desert, also known as the Syrio-Arabian desert is a combination of steppe and true desert that is located in the northern Arabian Peninsula covering 500,000 square kilometers of the reign of Syria. The desert is very rocky and flat. Geography Syrian Desert is a huge stretch of mostly barren land covering parts of four countries which are Syria, ... Read More »

The Coral Reefs, Mauritius

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Swimming! We all enjoy it, right? The rush of simply being in water is a different experience even if it’s in a tank or a pool. For those who really love water and water citizens, it won’t be out of character to imagine taking a swim into the world of Poseidon.  Some do it as a part of adventure trip, ... Read More »

The Backwaters of Kerala, India

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Kerala, the moment you hear or utter the word you will feel or just imagine a picture of greenery, the Houseboat, the soft water flowing and the huge coconut trees surrounded by all the sides. It’s rightly called as God’s Own country. Every person on this earth wishes to get lost in the realm of nature and the Kerala sticks ... Read More »

Beautiful and Graceful- Toketee Falls, Oregon

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Are you exhausted of your mundane routine? Do want a break from the traffic, the buildings and the city life? Is it that nature’s lap provides you the serenity and peace to enhance your desire to live? Then bask in nature’s glory by taking a trip to the splendid Toketee falls. Farmed by graceful columnar basalt are one of the most beautiful ... Read More »

Haiku Valley – Nature’s Own Amphitheater

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Remember Gladiator, the movie? Remember the huge amphitheater where Russell Crowe finally finds peace? Now, take that to a bigger, grander scale. A scale which no man can ever hope to achieve. A scale where we are left with only awe and respect. Welcome to Haiku valley – nature’s own amphitheater! Situated near the Koʻolau Range behind Kāneʻohe, Oʻahu in ... Read More »

Island of Tyrrhenian Sea: Capri

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Capri, with its picturesque locales, natural architectural wonders, its colorful history, turquoise waters and bustling city is a traveler’s paradise. The Island of Capri is located in the Tyrrhenian Sea, in the Southern Italian region of Campania. There are numerous sightseeing avenues and places to explore in Capri, catering to all kinds of travelers. Blue Grotto or Grotta Azzurra is ... Read More »

Rishikesh by the Ganges, India

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Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, Rishikesh, known as the ‘Valley of Saints’, is a town in the northern state of Uttarakhand. Along with the pilgrimage town of Haridwar and the state capital Dehradun, it forms the nerve-centre of the booming tourism industry in the state. In fact, the geographical proximity of these three towns plays a significant role ... Read More »

Nature’s tea factory : Assam

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Moving down the dual valleys of the Brahmaputra and the Barak, slow and steady as the divine waters, as the rivers approach their destination – the Bay of Bengal, we stop by to find peace and solace in the beautiful place called Assam. Situated in the southern part of eastern Himalayas, this spectacular tourist place attracts visitors in huge numbers ... Read More »

Glass Beach – Fort Bragg, California

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Imagine a beach not made of sand but Glass! Seems imaginary and impossible but everything is possible on this Earth… and so is this. The Glass Beach, as it is famously called, is a beach in MacKerricher State Park near the Fort Bragg in California. But unlike many other marvels on the face of our planet that have been created ... Read More »