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Breathtaking Bergen

No amount of description will do justice to the beauty this city holds. You are absolutely mesmerized by the time your flight starts descending. You would not want to miss the view from up in the air. 724 more words


Things Copenhagen taught me

Since I have moved into Denmark, there are few things which has had a very good impact or outcome to me and my lifestyle

  1. Be comfortable : People here don care how you look, what you wear, what you eat , with whom you are, what time it is… They follow the policy “live and let live”
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Ghalib's Pilgrim

The Tomb of Poet Mirza Ghalib is in Central Delhi’s Nizamuddin Basti, which is home to the dargah of Sufi saint Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya.

Until a few years ago, the tomb was visible from the adjacent street that teems with pilgrims, flower sellers, beggars and goats. 141 more words


A Parisian Experience

Paris, known for its most romantic tourist destination leaves you mesmerized and completely in love with it be it the Eiffel tower, the food , the wine , the cafes etc… During my childhood, I always dreamed about London may be because it was the only place I knew apart from India. 712 more words


Christmas Vacation......... Ho Ho Ho!!!

What better than celebrating Christmas in Europe than anywhere else. Different cultures and food clubbed under a single Umbrella. Me being a huge travel and food luster (not sure if that’s the word), i was in seventh heaven to celebrate my Christmas in Europe.Copenhagen can get bit much colder than other parts, however it does not take away the feel. 738 more words


Luke Nguyen's France

Australian-Vietnamese Chef Luke Nguyen’s passion for food leads him into France, a paradise for food lovers, where he explores the land that has shaped his native country – Vietnam. 924 more words

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