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Gaudi’s Architecture: His Admirable Creations

Posted on Sep 28, 2018 in Travel

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Architecture is the key that defines the charm of a city. Antoni Gaudi is a famous Spanish Architect whose work is undoubtedly synonymous to the word bizarre. His unique way of presenting nature in his work was awe inspiring and many artists and architects in the world, borrow from his original works to make their …

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A stroll through the eternal city – Rome

Posted on Jul 04, 2018 in Travel

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Rome was one of the first civilisations in the world, whose effect was felt globally. While it was founded by the wealthy citizens of one small Italian city-state, its political system eventually embraced Spaniards and Syrians, Gauls and Greeks, and Celts and Picts. According to legend, Rome was founded in 753 BCE by two demi-god …

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Enchanting currents of the Niagara

Posted on Jun 09, 2018 in Travel

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We have often seen pictures of Niagara Falls on magazines or on television but were never able to truly appreciate its beauty simply by looking at photographs. What kept us excited was the anticipation to visit and see this wonder of Mother Nature in person. Words simply cannot describe the magnificent beauty of Niagara Falls …

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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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What Singapore teaches us!

Posted on May 02, 2018 in Travel

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Singapore as a country, came into existence in the year 1965, 18 years after India gained independence. Yet, India is 12th in the world economic rankings while Singapore is at the 3rd position. A country smaller in size than the state of Assam is a leading hub of tourist attractions. It is also a leader …

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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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Student Blog: The Jewels of Rajasthan

Jewels of Rajasthan

Posted on Nov 23, 2017 in Travel

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“Travelling: it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” These wise words by Ibn Battuta states how beautiful an experience travelling is and here, in our blog we have tried to pen down the spellbinding experience we had in Rajasthan. Our quest began with the heavenly views of the pink city, Jaipur followed …

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Accustoming Students to a British Lifestyle for Future Studies in England – By Shreyansh Sarvesh Gupta, La Martiniere For Boys, Kolkata

Posted on Oct 30, 2017 in Travel

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I am Shreyansh and I accompanied a group of students from La Martiniere For Boys, Kolkata, on a Language Immersion Program to London, with EdTerra Edventures. There were unique learnings from this week-long journey, and through this blog I would like to share my experiences. This program teaches you a lot! You will learn basic …

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The Golden City of Maharawal Jaisal – By the students of Strawberry Fields High School

Posted on Oct 27, 2017 in Travel

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As we all walked through the cobbled and colourful streets of Jaisalmer, we realized that we had been wasting our time thinking about a vacation in Hawaii or Switzerland when the real treasure is here, in Jaisalmer, the city of diverse culture. We would recommend this beautiful city to everyone. Our first day at Gadi …

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10 Travel tips to make you an efficient traveller

Posted on Sep 28, 2017 in Travel

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Be a traveller and not a tourist! People always ask how travel has changed me. If I look back at who I was before I began traveling and compare it to who I am now, I would have to say that travel has made me a better and more well rounded person. In fact, I …

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