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Tel Aviv’s Bauhaus Buildings

Tel Aviv’s Bauhaus Buildings

I walk on Tel Aviv’s first boulevard—Rothschild Boulevard, which is an avenue lined with ficus and sycamore trees and dotted with benches and outdoor coffee kiosks. Both sides of the boulevard are lined with magnificent homes. I see building after building with prow...
5 Breathtaking Lakes in India

5 Breathtaking Lakes in India

Nature is our ultimate home. Our man-made magnificent architectural structures or the world’s most delicious food can’t compete with the beauty of mountains and the trail of flowing rivers. To me, lakes seem to wash off the pebbles on both sides of the bank, and...
Charmed by Budapest

Charmed by Budapest

My first impression from the bus entering Budapest, after a pleasurable tour of the Herend Porcelain Manufactory, is not a pleasant one. Streets congested with vehicular traffic and jams remind me of my home-city of Bangalore. But there the comparison ends, as I am...
The Magic of Angkor–Build it and They Will Come

The Magic of Angkor–Build it and They Will Come

Although most South East Asian countries boast the Tuk Tuk as being a very common mode of transportation, their comfort element in general leaves much to be desired, what with slim benches as seats, noisy powerless engines handling over-capacity loads, and wheels that...
Ich Bin ein Berliner

Ich Bin ein Berliner

The Bielefeld Conspiracy argues that the city of Bielefeld, Germany does not exist in reality, and that the myth of its existence is being propagated by those who have conspired with authorities. If asked the three questions “Do you know anyone from Bielefeld?” “Have...
Mesmerizing Muscat

Mesmerizing Muscat

We picked Muscat as a travel destination because it brought to mind the warm waters of the Arabian Sea and high peaks of the Al-Hajar mountains. Muscat is a stunning port city and the capital of Oman. It is home to people from all across the world, including India,...