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Student in Orlando: Discovering adventure, history, and space science

Posted on Mar 26, 2020 in Travel

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As boring as Orlando sounds, you need to believe me when I say it’s not. This city has a lot to offer — from adventure parks to fine dining restaurants — everything is just admirable. So, let me tell you a lot more about this beautiful city and also about its main attractions— the renowned …

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Students on the Louvre: A man-made wonder housing man-made wonders

Posted on Mar 16, 2020 in Travel

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They say that Disneyland Paris is the happiest place on earth but the happiest places are the ones steeped in history, intrigue, and death. The Louvre is the most-visited art museum and it opened its doors in August 1793 displaying 537 paintings. The Louvre has almost 35,000 objects on display that hail from the prehistoric …

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Students discover Orlando and education meets adventure

Posted on Mar 06, 2020 in Travel

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What’s the first thing that comes to your mind while talking about travelling — entertainment, right? Well, when one wants to learn and live fully at the same time, Orlando is a destination that can come to your rescue. On our school trip to the USA, my group and I visited Orlando. It is popularly …

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How visiting Mysuru Palace changed students’ outlook of history

Posted on Feb 27, 2020 in Travel

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Mysuru Palace, also known as Amba Vilas Palace, is one of the grandest and the most prominent places present in India. This tourist destination attracts millions and millions of people each year. Most of the cities in South India such as Mysuru are known for their rich culture and heritage. With magnificent wood carvings and …

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Delhi students got awestruck in Orlando, learnt loads

Posted on Feb 14, 2020 in Travel

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The journey began with a beautiful sight of Orlando. We captured the beauty of Orlando in our hearts. We were astonished to see the cleanliness of Orlando. The city is a major hub of development. Orlando mesmerised us and we sensed unity amongst its people, which makes that place even more beautiful. Our journey in …

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Students up-close with the Niagara Falls experience

Students up-close with the Niagara Falls experience

Posted on Feb 05, 2020 in Travel

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One can best enjoy Niagara Falls during the ferry ride named the Maid of the Mist. It is a journey into the heart of one of North America’s most powerful waterfalls. You can hear the thundering roar of the 60,000 gallons of water falling right before your eyes and feel the mighty rush of the …

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Students describe surprising facets of their Switzerland experience

Posted on Feb 01, 2020 in Travel

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Switzerland is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It is every person’s dream to visit Switzerland at least once in their lifetime. When we, the students of Himali Boarding School, got an offer to visit Switzerland, Italy, and Germany, there weren’t any second thoughts. We jumped at this opportunity and here, we …

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Surprising history of a historic gem: Mysuru Palace

Posted on Jan 27, 2020 in Travel

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Also known as Amba Vilas Palace, Mysuru Palace is located in the heart of Mysuru city and is one of the most prominent places visited in India. This tourist destination attracts a few million visitors each year and comes to light during the festival of Dussehra celebrated in the month of October. Built originally in …

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Orlando thrills students with adventure, excites with space science

Posted on Jan 22, 2020 in Travel

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‘Amazing’ and ‘Orlando’ are two words that you will come across several times in this blogpost. These words justify our experience of visiting the beautiful city of Orlando. Being the theme park capital of the world, it is home to a large number of amusement parks. Further, there are huge shopping complexes, stunning beaches, and …

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Indian students study Singapore’s sustainability drive

Posted on Jan 18, 2020 in Travel

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By 2030, Singapore has pledged to reduce its carbon emissions by 30% as per the Paris Agreement  of 2015. How does a 721.5 sq km country manage its greenery levels with increasing industrialisation? Let’s find out how Singapore enlarged its green spaces. Singapore is home to vertical gardens — which helps because it has less …

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