Travel

By Mamta Naidu
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Sep 24th, 2017
The Cotswolds are the quintessence of a picturesque countryside. It is synonymous to market villages, sheep grazing over rolling hills, thatched-roof c...
By Mamta Naidu
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Aug 28th, 2017
Amidst the quintessential chaos of a sought-after city, Berlin shines as bright as the midday sun. Once a war-torn capital speaks volumes to all those ...
By Mamta Naidu
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Jul 30th, 2017
As a big fan of handsome heroes slaying monsters, the folklore to the tell the story of how Antwerp got its name appealed to me even more. The Grote...
By Mamta Naidu
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Jul 3rd, 2017
Living in London or just visiting, I wonder if anyone ever feels like a foreigner in the epitome of multicultural society. 1) On top of my list is Ro...
By Mamta Naidu
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May 13th, 2017
When I think of Sri Lanka, I think of incredible landscapes, pristine beaches, misty mountains, rich biodiversity, friendly locals and delicious food....
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Oct 31st, 2016
Luebeck was the first German city to be attacked, as Hitler was getting ready to invade United Kingdom. It's unfair, for Luebeckers were anti-Nazi. ...
By Mamta Naidu
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Aug 22nd, 2016
Here are some pictures of the Berlin wall-East Side Gallery. ...
By Mamta Naidu
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Nov 23rd, 2015
When my university announced an excursion, a day in the town of rum aka Flensburg, I imagined a noisy factory with soiled, scandalous looking, reeking ...
By Mamta Naidu
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Aug 31st, 2015
However, my first impression of Kiel lasted only one night. I went out the next day, I couldn't believe that there were no smokers on the streets, and...
By Mamta Naidu
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Jul 29th, 2015
Durbar Square before earthquake reminded me of Florence, it had a tinge of red, yellow, orange, blue and green to it and the place came alive with tour...