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ON THE ROAD: Building Resilience

This week at the Builder’s International headquarters our we have been in the middle of Resilience training with Springfield, Missouri Nathan and Beth Davis, authors of… 130 more words

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Oh Bratislava, You've Won Me Over!

When you’re on a trip in Europe for weeks you reach a point where you’ve seen enough cobbled stone old towns, way too many cathedrals and churches that all look the same after awhile and gag at the thought of another palace, museum and pushing through groups of tourist pensioners (because I swear that was all I was seeing in May in Eastern Europe). 847 more words

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Strolling in Athens

The Plaka and Monastiraki neighborhoods in Athens have their own characteristic air. There are lots of cafes and restaurants where  one can spend hours over a tall glass of chilled frappe or fill themselves up with the delicious local cuisine. 102 more words

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5 Truths My First Trek Reinforced

Two months ago, I registered for the Hampta Pass Trek with Indiahikes, much to the dismay of my over-protective mother. My dad on the other hand, was as excited as I was, which is attributable to that ever-growing sense of adventure we share; and what better place to satisfy that feeling than in the Himalayas. 1,469 more words

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Rays of Hope and Happiness.

The scorching heat and the urge to be amid the mountains, made me travel  to Sikkim this May.

Plunging mountain valleys, groves of flowering rhododendrons and such affectionate people. 310 more words

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Ask a Local - Feature #1 Boston

Emily Kushvaliev oozes love for her beloved city whenever she talks about Boston. That been my impression of her every time I have met her - from food and new restaurants to the history to how much she enjoys discovering the hidden corners of her city – she explores it all with hubby and her friends despite having a hectic corporate job. 697 more words

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K.L Menara

Its been a while since I posted but I’m back now!

I got to go to K.L Menara, Malaysia’s tallest observation tower.

They have two options of either the observation deck with the glass wall that’s about $16, and the open deck that’s about $33. 61 more words

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