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Community Action Service (CAS) at Spitler Primary School, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Posted on Mar 16, 2018 in Travel

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CAS stands for Community Action Service. Community service is usually aimed at helping a wide section of society. We helped the Cambodian society by conducting a CAS program at a rural school called Spitler Primary School in Siem Reap. We imparted education to the students thereby sharing our knowledge with them on various subjects like …

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5 Essential things a photographer should always carry

Posted on Feb 19, 2018 in Travel

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It is often said that anyone can take a picture but a person who has a passion for photography foresee the picture before it is taken! If you have a passion along with a basic camera and if you would like to hone up your photography skills and have a successful session with the camera …

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Andaman: A Gift to Mankind

Andaman

Posted on Feb 10, 2018 in Travel

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The very first thing that comes to mind when we hear about Andaman Islands are sun-toasted beaches with white sands, clear blue skies, peace and serenity. It consists of a cluster of many small and big Islands, many of them still not inhabited. The Andamans have gained popularity thanks to its beautiful corals, making it …

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The East Coast of Canada – in 10 days!

Posted on Feb 05, 2018 in Travel

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10 days, 1 country, 6 cities, 3 provinces – and a road trip of a lifetime. Canada – A country that’s been on my to-visit list for a long time, finally the month of November 2017 presented me with an opportunity to visit the ‘Great White North’. Was it worth all the hype? Absolutely! On …

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Jaipur: Make An Impression

Posted on Feb 02, 2018 in Travel

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Jaipur is a world-class destination that is known for its rich regal cuisine, unrivaled architecture and natural beauty. This city is also known as ‘Pink City’ after many of the old buildings that are colored in pink, which enhances the beauty of the city, giving it a fairytale-like charm. History Jaipur is the capital of …

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5 Interesting Facts About Jaisalmer

Posted on Jan 31, 2018 in Travel

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Jaisalmer is a land of wonders, replete with an exuberant past, culture, natural surroundings and a rich heritage. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations that provide a unique experience to travelers. It is also known as “The Golden City” that stands on a ridge of yellowish sandstone and is crowned by the …

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5 Interesting Facts about Jodhpur

Posted on Jan 30, 2018 in Travel

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India is a country that is incredibly rich in culture and heritage and Jodhpur is like a jewel in the crown called Rajasthan. There are fairy-tale palaces, historical forts, colorful festivals and royalty that make Jodhpur different from others. With massive palaces and forts towering over blue houses, Jodhpur becomes more unique and attract tourists …

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10 Ways to stay hydrated while Trekking

Posted on Jan 25, 2018 in Travel

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Trekking is a highly favored activity among youngsters. It is an activity that demands a lot of physical as well as mental fitness. It is important to keep yourself well hydrated while trekking as it takes up a large amount of energy. So, the mantra you need to adopt while trekking is Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate!!! …

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6 Ways to Re-Purpose empty bottles while traveling

Posted on Jan 22, 2018 in Travel

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It is often seen that humans disrupt the habitat of the forest. Tourists throw garbage like empty bottles in surrounding areas, thus affecting the beauty of the environment. It is important to teach little explorers to recycle items like empty bottles and dispose of their trash in ways that do not have a negative impact …

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How to observe the Blood Moon (lunar eclipse)?

Posted on Jan 17, 2018 in Travel

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Eclipses are one of the most beautiful celestial events to watch, both with unaided eyes or with optical instruments. There are eclipses of the Sun and Eclipses of the Moon. While one needs to be very careful while watching a Solar Eclipse, Lunar Eclipses are absolutely safe to watch. Go through this article to find …

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