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Orlando: A hotspot of learning, adventure, and thrill

Posted on Nov 26, 2019 in Travel

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Orlando is a city where you would find something new in every corner of the city. Ever since we stepped inside this glorious city, every second felt more exciting. Although every day seemed to pass very quickly, the urge to explore more places kept growing. Orlando is home to some of the world’s most amazing …

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Why students must volunteer for community service in Bhutan?

Posted on Nov 20, 2019 in Travel

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All of us know that the best way to find yourself is to serve others. We truly believe that engaging in community service provides students with an opportunity to become active global citizens and make a positive impact on society at large. Community service enables students to acquire life skills and useful knowledge besides lending …

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Orlando: Being inspired by American powerhouses

Posted on Nov 13, 2019 in Travel

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Situated in central Florida, Orlando is one of the most-visited places in the world. Not only does it open a window to the study and practice of space science and aeronautics but also it is known for its variety of amusement parks. These amusement parks feature some of the most breathtaking shows and dangerous rides. …

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Dubai: A journey recommended by student travellers

Posted on Nov 01, 2019 in Travel

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Located on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf, Dubai is a global metropolitan city as well as a major tourist hub. The UAE is composed of seven emirates and Dubai is one of them. It is certainly a city of superlatives — anyone who visits this amazing city can find the tallest towers, the …

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Gold Coast: Perfecting the business of recreation

Posted on Oct 23, 2019 in Travel

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Our trip to the Gold Coast was one of the most memorable and wonderful experiences of our lives. Its white sand beaches and exciting theme parks along with the lush rainforests and aboriginal villages make it an iconic destination. Everyone must visit the Gold Coast while visiting Australia. At Brisbane Airport, we could not wait …

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Dharavi: A city within a slum

Posted on Oct 09, 2019 in Travel

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What is the first thing that comes to our minds when we hear the word ‘slum’? Perhaps poverty, deprivation, or filthy streets? Have you ever wondered how people survive in slum areas? On our educational tour to the commercial hub of Mumbai, we visited one of the largest slums in Asia — Dharavi. It is …

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Swiss hospitality and the Indian connection at Mount Titlis

Posted on Sep 20, 2019 in Travel

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“It’s tough to find a place not to like in Switzerland.” – Michele Bachmann This year, we got an amazing opportunity to spend some wonderful moments in Switzerland. We visited Zurich, Mount Titlis, and Geneva during our journey. Situated in central Switzerland, Mount Titlis lies on the frontier shared by the cantons of Obwalden and Bern. …

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The Statue of Liberty National Monument holds truly surprising facts

Posted on Sep 03, 2019 in Travel

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Since its unveiling in 1886 at Liberty Island in New York Harbor, Lady Liberty has welcomed millions of immigrants. But this American icon now welcomes a large number of tourists every year — most of them climb up to the crown for a stunning view of the Manhattan skyline. To visit the Statue of Liberty, …

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Navigating Russian history through the world’s largest collection of paintings

Posted on Aug 13, 2019 in Travel

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Situated almost 4,930 kilometres away from Dehradun, the historic city of St. Petersburg is a major cultural hub of Russia where every nook and corner tells its own intriguing story.  If one travels to St. Petersburg, one should not miss out the following experiences: 1. A visit to State Hermitage Museum 2. Cruise on the …

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Learning about the craft of Murano glass works in Venice

Posted on Jul 29, 2019 in Travel

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On our educational trip to Europe, we travelled to Venice. Situated in north-eastern Italy, the city of Venice was built on more than 100 small islands. Venice has almost no motorable roads, but a series of canals lined with a number of magnificent churches and beautiful palaces. We explored this splendid city on a gondola …

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