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Zoo- What I don’t like about zoo

There is nothing exciting than seeing animals in their natural and wild habitat. Every living being in this world has the right to live their own life with freedom and animals and birds are no exception. What I don’t like about Zoo is that animals are forcefully caged. They should be walking in the wild…

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5 Ways to save money for travelling

Money is always an important factor when it comes to travelling. I have heard a lot of people saying that,” I have resigned my job since I want to travel the world”. I am sure they will do it definitely after resigning from work but the question that comes to my mind is where the…

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Survival Strategies if you are stuck in a landslide during a journey

We have no hands-on nature, it is beyond human control. We cannot predict the nature and its behaviour and we cannot control it once it starts creating havoc in its surrounding. No scientific and technological developments can exert ultimate control over these natural activities. It is dreadful and life-threatening if you face one such natural…

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My experience of staying in a houseboat on the backwaters of Kerela

Of all the places I have visited till date, my most favourite has been Kerela. I am still dreaming about it and if I get a chance to visit the place again, I am sure I am not going to do it. From lush green tea gardens to amazing waterfalls, to boat rides across the…

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Terra Maya’s AMALTAS- a new destination for food lovers in Guwahati

Within a span of very short time Guwahati has become the hub of some fine dining places, cool cafes, club/lounge, bakeries, multi-cuisines restaurants. I feel very good about it, being a food lover I am always in search of new places which can offer me something different and interesting on my plate. Some of the…

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A Weekend Getaway at The Krangsuri Waterfalls in Meghalaya

Northeast India is indeed a paradise which is unexplored. What makes it unique is its rich culture, tradition, inter mingling of different tribes, languages, cuisines, art and dance. Even nature has bestowed upon it pristine beauty in all forms. The mesmerizing hills and valleys, enchanting forests and jungles, lush green tea gardens, rivers and streams,…

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