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A stroll in Kanchanaburi

The sunshine falling on your bare skin, the sweet smell of salty water gushing through the veins of your nose, the soft cushion of sand pushing ever so lightly to your feet. The feeling you just had is orgasmic and is going to stay with you eternally. The visitors and...

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Peace with Buddha

Ayutthaya provides you with the ultimate peace of mind. These three words have been heard and spoken many a times but seldom have been experienced. It is easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of life when you are ignorant of the environment around you. The happenings around...

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A sunrise in Ayutthaya

Some things are better left to silence. When you have gained so much and lost so much the book keeping becomes irrelevant. All you think about is starting off with a clean slate. This is the thinking of a capacitive brain in Ayutthaya experiencing the forces of life in its...

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The ruin that wasn’t

Ayutthaya Coming to this city with a soul purpose of discovering culture and heritage is mostly the aim. The peaceful Buddha and his saffron and yellow tapestry is treat for the lost eyes. But Ayutthaya offers more, much more. You can see history unfolding here. The ruins build in this...

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Neon lights

For what it’s worth the luminosity is always peaking in this city. That being said it is a city with two suns one shining brightly above our head proudly in the sky and one shining at every corner powered by manmade inventions of tubes and semi-conductors. The latter source of...

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Unexplored Delhi: Far from the madding crowd

Delhi has no dearth of tourist attractions. With an abundance of monuments, heritage sites, shopping bazaars and restaurants, Delhi is every tourist’s first stop in India. These tourists end up visiting only the most popular destinations such as the Qutub Minar or Humayun’s Tomb and inadvertently miss out on the...