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Travel Blogger Interview : Umang Trivedi

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Umang Trivedi started Travelmax as a blog to write his travel stories. He also compiles travel tips and loves to help people in planning a trip! Here’s what he has to say – Which country do you come from/call home keeping in mind you are #travel blogger ? I am an Indian and currently reside in the city of gardens, Bangalore. Are you a backpacker/long term traveler/business traveler/luxury blogger? I am an explorer. I would rather explore a jungle trail than visit a famous tourist spot. Whenever I plan to travel, I decide a destination and not the attractions. After reaching…

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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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