Rotterdam – Sustainable architectural marvel

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Rotterdam, The Netherlands’ is the second largest city and Europe’s biggest port, is not really on the list of tourists visiting the country. Being a business hub and home to Erasmus University, it is certainly emerging as the hotspot of sustainable future with its architectural marvels, innovative housing designs and water and urban management initiatives. The city was destroyed in…

4 Reasons to visit Manas National Park

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Manas National Park, located in Assam is on the foothills of Eastern Himalayas. It not only offers spectacular views of Manas River overlooking the hills in Bhutan but is also famous for the Indian Rhinoceros as well as other dominant endemic species of flora and fauna. Thanks to our trip to Meghalaya, we got the opportunity to visit it’s neighboring…

Mouthful of Serenity: Top 7 places to visit in Meghalaya

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Meghalaya literally meaning the abode of clouds is a paradise brimming with picturesque landscape where the nature comes alive, undulating hills inviting you to drown you in their mist, clouds telling you a story of their own, the happily chirping birds swaying to the pleasant wind all tell you a common story of a land unexplored, making you fall in…

Waste Collection in the Himachal Hills of India

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A friend once told me about the volunteering activity she was part of during the Environment Day (5th June) celebrations with an NGO called Waste Warriors in Mcleodganj, Himachal Pradesh. I was hooked to it wherein she shared about her experience of trekking a 9 km Triund hill by participating in waste collection along the trail. I got the details…

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