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Niagara: The Mist Queen

Posted on Nov 02, 2018 in Travel

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After a long and tiring flight from Florida, most of us just wanted to go to our rooms and rest for a while. But when our teacher announced a trip to the Niagara Falls, we protested a little bit as we were in no mood for more travelling. As soon as we reached Niagara Falls, …

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Barcelona Unravelled

Posted on Oct 26, 2018 in Travel

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Barcelona is also called ‘Gaudi’s City’ as it houses some of the best works by the great architect. It is the spirit of these artists that make Barcelona the favourite destination for the lovers of art and architecture. It is the capital and largest city of Catalonia. It is also the second most populous municipality of Spain. Founded …

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Destination Cambodia

Posted on Sep 07, 2018 in Travel

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The wind was fast and the time was slow. People were being killed, by their own people’s blow. On our journey to Cambodia, we visited Killing Fields, Angkor Wat Temples, S-21 (Security Prison – 21), Night Market, Gold Market, Aeon Mall and Spitler Primary School (CA3) – where we learnt about the culture of Cambodia …

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Cultural Odyssey (German Exchange)

Posted on Aug 31, 2018 in Travel

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“Exchange of cultures leads to an exchange of diversity and trends” Dear Readers, our German exchange has come to an end and we would love to share our experience with you. We are glad we got this opportunity to be a part of this incredible journey. As cliché as it may be, the best advice …

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Delhi Darshan – 10 places you must visit

Posted on Aug 08, 2018 in Travel

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Delhi is known for its unique blend of ancient and modern, with glimpses of this mix visible in the day to day life of the city.  Take a walk through Old Delhi and notice labourers hauling sacks of spices, while jewellers weigh gold on dusty scales; soak in the modernity of the city with a …

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Casa Batllo Gaudi – An architectural marvel

Posted on Jun 20, 2018 in Travel

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The building that is now Casa Batlló was built in 1877, commissioned by Lluis Sala Sanchez. It is a classical building with remarkable characteristics within the eclecticism, traditional by the end of the 19th century. The building has a basement, a ground floor, four floors and a garden. Designed by Antoni Gaudi, It is only …

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Explore the smallest country in the world, Vatican City

Posted on Jun 13, 2018 in Travel

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The Vatican City is the smallest country in the world. It is an independent state located within the city of Rome. It asserted its independence with a beautiful and culturally rich heritage which leaves its visitors awestruck. This place is a wonderful, majestic yet a unique place, in its own right. The Vatican is where the leader of …

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Secrets of the Temples of Angkor

Posted on May 09, 2018 in Travel

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Cambodia – the bliss of life can be easily felt in this place. You must be wondering what is so special about the temples of Angkor. They were and have always been unique and beautiful. So let us dig deeper into these walls of beauty. Let us start with the temple of Angkor Wat. Angkor …

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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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