Sukhothai Thailand en route to Bangkok from Chiang Mai

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Rate our ReviewsSukhothai Thailand…Because I’m a masochist, I had decided that it would be a good idea to make a day trip out of visiting the ancient city of Sukhothai, en route to Bangkok from Chiang Mai.  If you’ve ever seen it on a map, you’ll notice that it isn’t close to much of note.  […]

Koneswaram, Sri Lanka – Barefoot in Ramayana Today

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Rate our ReviewsKoneswaram, Sri Lanka….India and Sri Lanka apart from their history, share a common epic called the Ramayana, which dates back to many centuries before the birth of Christ. It is a very sacred text to the Hindus. Some call it a historical, cum fictional rendition of the Kings of Yore while some others […]

Royal Rajasthan: Ajmer-Puskhar Got me Intrigued and Excited

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Rate our ReviewsRoyal Rajasthan…. has always intrigued me. Its monumental Mughal forts, the grandeur of the Maharaja palaces, the colourful sarees of womenfolk against the background of brown grasslands. This incredible state is known for its extreme climate – the summer can be blazing hot as high as 50 degrees Celsius while the winter temperatures […]

Hue, Vietnam…Trains, Cyclos and Dragon Boats….Just Poetry in Motion

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Rate our ReviewsHue Vietnam…Travel has become a mere necessity to get me from A to B. Often, my daily commute feels like my life’s force is being sucked out of me as I allow the cons of public transportation to eat away at me. You know, broadsheet or armpit in face, the repetitive ‘boom ka […]

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia….The Old Surrounded by the New !

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Rate our ReviewsKuala Lumpur, Malaysia….”Kuala” in Malay means confluence, “lump” means marsh and “ur” is derived from the Tamil word “ooru” meaning town or habitation. Put all these words together and you will understand the word “Kualalumpur”, which was given to the capital city of Malaysia. It is a habitation in a muddy or marshy […]