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Splendour in Ruins

Splendour in Ruins….

Daulatabad Fort…
Aurangabad, Maharashtra.
India.

The history of Daulatabad goes back to the twelfth century,when it was the capital of the Hindu Kingdoms in the Deccan and was called Deogiri, the hill of the Gods. 913 more words

Experiences

Iglesia de la Santa Cruz, PV

It wouldn’t be a travel blog from Kerry without a church – ‘Nana, I hope you are proud of me!’ The church was celebrating mass when we took this shot but were able to go into the side chapel at anytime to pray. 158 more words

Travelogues

A lesson in History

Have you read Gone with the Wind? Or watched the movie? This classic book and its movie adaptation tell the story of one of the most celebrated romantic pairings in literature – Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler. 439 more words

Travelogues

11 Food You Must Try At Least Once When In Malacca

Malacca is all about street food and all things Peranakan and Nyonya. If you are heading over to Malacca over the weekends or for a short staycation, here are some of the food places that you have to visit to prove that you’ve been there.  952 more words

Travelogues

Oravakallu Rock Gardens, Andhra Pradesh

Oravakallu rock garden is located in the district of Kurnool in Andhra Pradesh. It is known for its ingenious rock formations. If you have ever travelled on the NH-18 highway towards Kurnool, the rock formations on the side are hard to miss. 536 more words

Travelogues

Puerto Vallarta

Our Hacienda was located in the Zona Romantica and this beautiful pier was just a short walk down the hill to the beach.  The sands are almost white despite how they look in this shot.   265 more words

Anecdotes

2016 Year In Review

2016 was another busy year of exploring. From the lonely landscapes of western Texas and New Mexico in April, to the watery world of the upper Great Lakes in… 97 more words

Destinations