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Sometimes I wonder where all I am destined to have my meals… from a Berber’s home in high Atlas mountains (Northern Africa) to Sahara desert to a hilltop cafe in Tangier.  Thank you God not just for the meals but also for locations to have my meals 🙂 This year, as part of my solo...
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I am coming down the Temple now
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Santorini - Doors photography
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Which one is Aladin's Lamp.
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Mother Cheetah with her cubs
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Mandu
Travelers within Indian destinations is increasing every year. You would inadvertently find huge crowds and cramped logistics unless you plan off hand or plan to be there in off season. Also, with almost all places seem to be captured by one or another, one rarely finds novel / untouched places in the Indian subcontinent. Here...
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White haven beach , Australia
The last leg of our Australian trip was Airlie beach. It was a 10-hour overnight bus drive from Cairns for us. But the ride suited us as we left Cairns at midnight and reached Airlie at brunch time. While Airlie beach itself is quite beautiful, we were here to visit the world-famous White haven beach....
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