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Delhi youngsters witness the power of Niagara Falls

Posted on Jan 10, 2020 in Travel

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“Their roar is around me. I am on the brink of the great waters—and their anthem voice Goes up amid the rainbow and the mist.” The above extract is taken from a poem about Niagara Falls composed by Grenville Mellen. This quote perfectly encapsulates the experience of witnessing the majestic waterfall. The cool breeze blowing …

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Students uncover facts and experience the Kennedy Space Center

Posted on Jan 08, 2020 in Travel

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On our educational trip to the USA East Coast, we got an opportunity to explore the Kennedy Space Center and this blogpost briefly recounts our experience. First, let’s look at what we discovered about the facility’s history. After NASA was established by President Dwight Eisenhower in 1958, the NASA Launch Operations Center was opened in …

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Students react to Jaisalmer’s mysteries and vibrant culture

Posted on Jan 03, 2020 in Travel

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Jaisalmer is a place where history comes alive. One can actually spend days unearthing its glorious past and legacy. Not only is Jaisalmer known for its majestic forts and palaces but also for its rich traditions. On our school trip to Jaisalmer, we enjoyed visiting historical monuments besides indulging in a few adventurous activities. On …

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Surprise benefits of community service in Bhutan

Posted on Dec 31, 2019 in Travel

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Community service is always a very enriching experience, not only for the people that one is helping but also for the one who serves. It helps one understand how people toil to earn a living. One begins to understand that privilege or fortune is not what matters, it is actually the values that matter in …

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Minor reveals and major inspiration at the Statue of Liberty

Posted on Dec 27, 2019 in Travel

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Whenever we hear about the Statue of Liberty, we visualise a huge statue holding a tablet in one hand and a torch in another. Luckily, on my US East Coast Space Adventure with EdTerra Edventures, I visited Liberty Island and saw the massive sculpture. I learnt that it is an eminent symbol of freedom and …

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Gleaning Singapore’s climate action and the business of tourism

Posted on Dec 20, 2019 in Travel

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The beautiful island city-state of Singapore is known for its booming economic growth and cosmopolitan culture. Its skyline is dominated by high-rise skyscrapers built to boost sustainability in the long run. The government efforts towards biodiversity conservation and waste reduction have made Singapore a model of sustainable development, particularly in Asia. Our trip to Singapore …

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My supercharged learning at the Kennedy Space Center

Posted on Dec 12, 2019 in Travel

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In the course of my educational trip to the USA, I went to the Kennedy Space Center for two consecutive days. It was absolutely a delightful learning experience. Let me take this opportunity of narrating my experience in detail. On the first day, we visited the Heroes & Legends exhibition inside the Kennedy Space Center …

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How we, the students, supported the United Nations SDGs in Bhutan

Posted on Dec 07, 2019 in Travel

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It is rightly said that Bhutan is the happiest country in the world. Anyone who enters this paradise is left mesmerised. The experience of indulging in myriad conversations with locals made us realise that the Bhutanese largely prefer happiness over acquisition of material wealth. The Gross National Happiness Index, which was instituted by the former …

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Simple observations from the Taj Mahal complex

Posted on Dec 03, 2019 in Travel

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The Taj Mahal is an integral part of India’s cultural heritage and it is universally admired by almost everyone around the world. The monument has earned a place among the seven wonders of the world. When we visited the Taj Mahal, we were impressed to see its magnificent architecture. The exquisite mausoleum within the complex …

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Niagara Falls: A tourist magnet

Posted on Nov 30, 2019 in Travel

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When we visit popular tourist sites, each one of us has a different set of expectations. While some might seek thrill and adventure, others might be looking forward to gain knowledge. On our journey to the USA East Coast, all of us anticipated the visit to Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls is not only a natural …

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