Best Waterfalls around the world

A waterfall  maybe termed as falls or sometimes a cataract, the latter designation being most common when large volumes of water are involved. Waterfalls of small height and lesser steepness are called cascades; this term is often applied to a series of small falls along a river.

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The Land Of Smiles : Thailand

Often referred to as The Land Of Smiles, Thailand is a welcoming country that offers something for every type of traveler – whether it is food, culture, or simply about exploring new places.

Why you should add Thailand to your travel list?

Thailand has got some of the most spectacular places in Asia. From heartwarming idyllic mountain villages in the North, to Pristine Paradisiac Islands in the South. And let’s not forget the incredible Thai food!

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Best Foody Cities In The world

Hey how you doing? Great we hope. So what are your plans for 2021?

We hand-picked the list of best food cities in the World. Give them a try :

Not only do we enjoy eating new-to-us dishes in food destinations around the world, but food experiences provide us with a gateway to a city’s culture and its people.

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Most Colourful Cities In The World

Is there anything more cheerful than cities that celebrate vivid color? Whether the buildings are all painted in the same shade, or, even better, each and every house in a different color and aroma, bright and cheerful cities make not only for perfect photo opportunities but boost the mood of the tourists.

We have chosen our personal favorite places, cities, suburbs, and parts of a town that all stand out for their bright buildings. They all make for lovely side trips on your vacation in the coming year, and they’re just waiting for you to take great pictures. Instagram, here we come!

Toulouse, France : Often dubbed as the Pink City, Toulouse is a foodie destination. It is a historic gem that is surrounded by the countryside and home to that famous Canal du midi, which also connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea. It really is pink with hues of different colours mixed together.

Jodhpur, India : Jodhpur the second – largest city in the Rajasthan, is also known as the blue city, and when you will look down from the Mehrangarh Fort that towers over this blue city, it is easy to see why. The houses in the old part of Jodhpur are all painted a lovely hue of blue colour.

Bo Kaap, Cape Town, South Africa : Bo Kaap is a neighborhood in Central Cape Town and is one of the places on any must-see list when visiting. In Bo Kaap, the colour, tall buildings are not only bright, cheerful, and so Instagram-able, but also tells a deeper story.

La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina : Buenos Aires in Argentina is a sprawling city with lots to do and see. It is also nicely divided into districts, each one famous for its own unique reasons. La Boca is the colourful one. Within the district of LA Boca lies Caminito, the little path : a street museum where houses are brightly coloured.

Burano, Italy : While visiting Venice, many people come only for a day, or, at most, stay long enough to pop over to Murano, but the Island of Burano is often overlooked by tourists. At the very end of a 45 – minute trip on Vaporetto 12 lies this little island filled with brightly – painted tiny houses that once belonged to fishermen.

Bristol, England : Bristol is sure to delight the tourists with its colorful houses. A hilly city with river Avon having formed deep gorges in the vicinity, buildings along the cliff edges of High-lying quarters have been painted in bright colours.

Havana, Cuba : Number one on the list, without a doubt, Havana. It wins because not only does the city have plethora of brightly painted buildings, but it has really colorful vintage cars parked alongside these beautiful buildings.

“If travelling was free, you would never see me again.” – Bob Marley

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Exploring Santorini

Santorini is one of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea. It is a volcanic island in the Cyclades group of the Greek Islands. Santorini is located between Los and Anafi Islands. It was devastated by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century BC, forever shaping its rugged landscape.

Santorini is famous for dramatic views, stunning views from its Oia town, the strange white aubergine (eggplant).

The town of Thera has its very own active volcano.

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Many of the houses in Akrotiri are of major structures, some of them are three – storeys high. Its streets, squares, and walls were preserved in the layers of ejecta, sometimes as tall as 8 metres, indicating this was a major town of Santorini. In many houses stone staircases are still intact, and they also contain huge ceramic storage jars (pithoi), mills, and pottery. Noted archaeological remains found in Akrotiri are wall paintings or frescoes, which have kept their original colour as well.

The town also has a highly developed drainage system.

Santorini’s primary industry is tourism. Agriculture also forms a part of its economy, and the Island also sustains a wine industry, based on indigenous Assyrtiko grape variety. White varieties also include Athiri and Aidani, whereas red varieties include Mavrotragano and Mandilaria.

The Cyclades are part of a metamorphic complex that is known as the Cycladic Massif. The complex formed during the Miocene and was folded and metamorphosed during the Alpine oregeny around 60 million years ago. Thera is built upon a small, non-volcanic basement that represents the former non-volcanic island, which was approximately 9 by 6 km.

The 1956 Amorgos earthquake resulted in the demolition of many buildings in the north of Santorini, leading to the desertion of many of its villages. The expansion of tourism has resulted in the growth of the economy and population.

Santorini was ranked as the world’s top island tourist attraction from many magazines and travel sites such as the BBC, the Travel+ Leisure Magazine.

An estimated 2 million visitors visit annually.

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Beauty of Norway

Norway is known throughout the world for its jagged mountains.

Norway, with its population of just over 5 million, is one of the three Scandinavian countries. It is ranked as one of the best countries to live in and has one of the lowest crime rates in the world.

Norway is a Scandinavian country encompassing mountains, glaciers and deep coastal fjords. Oslo, the capital, is a city of green spaces and several museums.

Geography:Norway is a long country located in Northern Europe – with borders to Sweden, Finland and Russia on the east side, and an extensive coastline facing the North Atlantic Ocean on the west side. Here the climate is wet and mild compared to the east and the north, where winters are colder and longer.

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Norway is the place that can truly confirm that beauty is in everything. It is a land that brings you back to what is most humane and sensitive:light, colors, respect, good flavours.

Norway has an idyllic scene too!

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Visiting Asia’s biggest park

During this fall, me and my friends decided that we should spend some time hanging around in Asia’s biggest park. Janeshwar Mishra park, in Lucknow, India, is the biggest park of Asia.We played badminton, and spent some time hanging around feeling the beauty of mesmerising park.

Check out some pictures of the Janeshwar Mishra park.

A beautiful shot of park taken from the main gate.
A close shot of Second gate of the park, foggy weather!
Jogging track of the park, there wasn’t much crowd due to ongoing lock down. Only few people were allowed to visit per day.
Some Hot Air Ballons huh? Who wouldn’t love to fly above and catch beautiful views?

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