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2015 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was

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16 weird & wonderful things to do in Wales in 2016

As we enter the new year, Wales celebrates 2016 as Year of Adventure. Let’s se, what could be 16 unique things to do there which will let one discover its own adventure! That makes practically

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Divas, Alila and the Goa

Goa is always fun and fascinating. It charms you everytime. So has been my second trip to Majorda beach in South Goa, albeit a short one. This time around, it

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Christmas candle

A merry christmas and a happy new year. May nature bring peace to the world!

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Sharp as Laser & my travel partner as well- ASUS ZenFone 2

Being a NOKIA addict right from start, I had never tried to change my mobile phone brand. I used to feel that NOKIA handsets are more user-friendly. Hence, I refused

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This ZICA is confident and agile

The whole ZICA experience was put together by Indiblogger who took 60 bloggers from the country for a ride (not literally), a drive actually. So, that Sunday morning there were

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A wholesome awesome ZICA

Prelude: Tough to write about a car in times when ‘odds’ are so stacked against them from Paris to Delhi. Well, I will still try to hold an ‘even’ course

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Romancing the wildlife at GIR

As the norm is, being to a national park or reserve invariably means watching a big cat. The success of visit always depends on having a sight or not having

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Pierre Vanherck creates the first olfactory cane

Pierre Vanherck, a master craft house at Lillois, in Belgium and creator of unique and timeless exceptional objects, has presented a new jewel: the olfactory cane. For almost 2 years,

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An orphanage for the mighty at Pinnawala

Small islands don’t have big animals- goes the saying, not actually so for Sri Lanka. The little emerald island with population less than 17 of Indian states has a big

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