Travel

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...
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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...
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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. ...
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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 ...
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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...
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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...
By Mamta Naidu
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Jun 14th, 2015
Walking through the ubiquitous Rosa Rugosa shrubs aka Sylt Rose to reach the Wadden Sea boarded by Sea Grass buried in Sand Dunes was nothing short of ...
By Mamta Naidu
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Apr 16th, 2015
I always thought of Ooty as a place only fit for honeymooners: cold, hilly and romantic. “Ooty and me? no way,” used to be my usual response. When we ...