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Written by Kamal Mirwani Pre-wedding Shenanigans This was the first trip to India I was actually looking forward to. No visiting aunties that I had last met when I was five years old, no obligatory pilgrimages to overcrowded temples and … Continue reading
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Here’s the thing. I suck at landscape photography, I really do. I always feel so helpless on every trip of mine when it comes to taking pictures of “things” and I’m always disappointed with the results. Somehow, I’m only able … Continue reading
High in the mountains of Northern Vietnam near the Chinese border lies the town of Sapa, established as a hill town by the French. I took an overnight train from Hanoi to Lao Cai and just after an hour spent … Continue reading
Not far from the hustle and bustle of Hanoi, you can discover spectacular landscapes with karst terrain, canals, caves and rice field stretching along the Ngo Dong river. Make sure you explore this natural site by boat to appreciate breathtaking … Continue reading