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This is collection of my travel, events, food, recommendation to lifestyle which can help a traveler or resident in planning.

Top 8 things to do in Paris

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Paris The fashion capital, the most romantic city in the world, synonymous with Eiffel Tower. The list is never-ending. I, of course, fell in love with the city and its architectures. I’m going to cover some of the places in Paris that you just cannot miss. Gare du Nord WHERE This is a railway station in Paris and one of the most important ones at that. I was so impressed with the Tourist Information desk here. The lady at the counter was just so damn sweet to us and she made sure we got to know everything that was necessary. Helped us…

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Top Things to Do in Exotic Andaman Islands

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Say hello to clear skies, say hello to crystal clean waters, say hello to the lovely and amazing Andaman Islands. If you want to move away from the hustle bustle of the city life, Andaman is the place to head to. Andaman Islands are a cluster of islands. I instantly fell in love with the place not just because of its beauty but also because of the people. Andamanese are just so helpful, kind, bereft of selfishness and soft spoken. Take for instance, people leave their stuff anywhere on the beach and do not worry about their belongings getting stolen!…

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Top 5 destinations in Vietnam

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Vietnam, a country with immense war history and resilient people that withstood foreign oppression for several years, is a narrow strip of land along the borders of Cambodia and Laos. Now, it’s one of the fastest growing economies in South East Asia. In fact, the country is changing so fast that within a decade, its face might change completely. So, my dear fellow travelers, if you want to get a feel of this amazing country while its still authentic, right now would be great. So pack your bags and dive into the culture that is dominated by rice, Bia Hoi,…

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#KFBlueMile – Winner for Mt.Everest Base Camp

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  So after being part of #KFBlueMileCampout in Bangalore, I was the winner in top 10 from the campout, I was wondering that Mt.Everest Base Camp would still not happen as there were many campout across India.  To my surprise IM THE WINNER FOR #KFBlueMile Mt. Everest Base Camp of 2014.  As I prepare my self with training , right diet, right workout I also dream of Mt.Everest being the ultimate trek for any adventurer and also being the lord of mountains. Kingfisher then asked us to prepare video where it explains “How does travel and adventure define us “  After seeing my…

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Top 5 Places For Photography in Kathmandu

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I am a person who hates to repeat his mistakes consciously and although it’s not that I have not repeated my mistakes but trying to minimize the same makes me feel happy. When our trip to Kathmandu got finalized almost 45 days in advance I started doing my research on the place from a photographers perspective. In the past, I have often visited places which are known as photographers delight but have messed up on both the frames and pictures, resulting in low-quality photographs. If one of the primary reason for this was lying at the bottom of the learning…

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An afternoon at Swayumbhunath , Nepal

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 We headed towards Swayumbhunath temple on a bright warm sunny May afternoon. Situated on the hilltop at western side of Kathmandu it’s around half an hour journey from Kamalpokhri the central part of Kathmandu. Although one can take various approaches towards the shrine, either the gradual rise or the young and energetic ones may contemplate trying out the steep stairway at the eastern end of the hill. Commonly known as Monkey temple as its infested with monkeys, this place is an ideal coexistence of Hinduism and Buddhism. The entrance is free for Nepali residents, however Indians are charged a nominal…

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Kratie, along the banks of Mekong river

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My bus to Kampong Cham, which supposed to be super-fast VIP one, was scheduled at 6 in the morning from Siem Reap and pick was to be at 5.30. Getting up at 5, when the whole hotel was still sleeping, I entered the lobby to wait for my pick up. The whole hotel staffs were snoring loudly and I decided to wait outside instead. The morning was a little hazy, but still quite warm. The mosquitoes kept zooming around my ear trying to irritate my already sleepy mind further. The pick-up van arrived, insides of which were modified to allow…

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Crossing the border into Laos, first stop: Vientiane

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Our long bus journey started in Hanoi, in a sleeper bus of ok quality. I had no idea how long it would take and hence I decided to kill the time by sleeping as much as I could. Next day, early morning at around 5, our bus took a long halt. Getting up to see what was going on, I saw a number of buses and trucks on a muddy track, surrounded by green mountains and ever-present mist. Finally, our driver announced that it was the border crossing checkpoint! We got down of the bus, passports in hands, looking for…

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A day in the imperial city of Hue, Vietnam

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Palaces, temples, pagodas, royal tombs, culture and cuisine. This is what “Hue” is famous for and attracts numerous tourists every year. Our bus from Hoi An took about 4 hours to reach Hue and immediately we were surrounded by touts telling us about cheap hotels. Checking into the cheapest hotel we could find, we set off on foot to explore the town in the evening. You are always hungry in Vietnam and so first thing we found was a decent restaurant serving vegetarian food. The restaurant had an imperial splendour and food served was straight out of royal cuisine. The…

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Hula, dance form in Hawai

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Nothing says Hawaii like hula dancing. This ancient dance tradition was brought over by the Polynesians to the Hawaiian Islands as a form of entertainment for the high chiefs and a way to worship the gods. Many traditions of hula have been altered in recent decades, like the lei (a traditional flower necklace), which was intended as a gift to the gods that dancers were not allowed to wear after their routine, and the costume, which consisted of topless women wearing grass skirts and men wearing loin cloths. But despite becoming a more family-friendly event for tourists, the art form…

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