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Richa Gupta
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Traveller. Storyteller. Aspiring anti-consumerist. Love all-things-local.
Traveller. Storyteller. Aspiring anti-consumerist. Love all-things-local.

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Hoi An - A Cultural Traveller's Dream
A tailoring boutique shop in one of the Old Town alleyways Hoi An is a historic port town and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The old building façades in the heritage area are in a state of protected disrepair, i.e. they're left to their crumbling nature as a...
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Dalat – A Perfect Hilly Getaway in Vietnam
Sunset view somewhere in Dalat Dalat is a small hilly town in southern Vietnam. As a relatively serene and calm Vietnamese city, it has a lot to offer visitors who are looking for a more relaxed pace of travel. With the centre of town being focused on a lar...
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Vientiane, Laos: Sights and Impressions
" Vientiane " by Staffan Scherz is licensed under CC BY 2.0 On my way to Vietnam earlier this year, I made a short 4 day stop in the capital city of Laos, Vientiane. The city, to my surprise, was far more relaxed and easy going when compared with other capi...
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Soaking up the Seychelles
Saw this beautiful deserted spot on one of our drives around the island! Earlier this year I visited the gorgeous island nation of the Seychelles, located in the Indian Ocean, off the eastern coast of Africa. This being my first time to any part of the Afri...
Soaking up the Seychelles
Soaking up the Seychelles
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The Vibrant Kaas Plateau
I visited the Kaas Plateau – a short drive away from Pune, last year. With monsoon season fading away, it’s perfect time to revisit this magical plateau! If you haven't heard of this little gem earlier – it's Maharashtra's very own "Valley of Flowers". Kaas...
The Vibrant Kaas Plateau
The Vibrant Kaas Plateau
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Sakura (Cherry Blossom) viewing in Japan
Sakura blooms  On my recent visit to Japan I enjoyed the numerous cultural delights this wonderful country has on offer – from okonomiyaki to origami and everything in between. Every step was a reminder on how varied and beautiful our world is. One particul...
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10 Reasons To Love Japan
Tourists wearing Kimono in Gion district of Kyoto “So, how was Japan?” – a frequent question I was asked upon my return from the Land of the Rising Sun, robots and hi-tech toilets. Everyone had some sort or another impression of Japan, gained from Japanese ...
10 Reasons To Love Japan
10 Reasons To Love Japan
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Srinagar, Kashmir: Practical Tips for Independent Travellers
" Setting Sun Over The Dal Lake " by Kanksha Raina  is licensed under CC BY 2.0 Kashmir– the mystic piece of earth that has been a bone of contention between two very unhappy neighbours. It's lush green meadows, snow filled alleys, warmth of kangri, hospita...
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Thank you, Kashmir!
Snowed-in Aru Valley “Agar Firdaus bar rōy-e zamin ast, hamin ast-o hamin ast-o hamin ast.” If there is paradise on earth, it is here, it is here, it is here. That’s what Persian poet–Amir Khusrau, said of Kashmir in 13th Century.  Fast-forward 21st Century...
Thank you, Kashmir!
Thank you, Kashmir!
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Thank you, Kashmir!
Snowed-in Aru Valley “Agar Firdaus bar rōy-e zamin ast, hamin ast-o hamin ast-o hamin ast.” If there is paradise on earth, it is here, it is here, it is here. That’s what Persian poet–Amir Khusrau, said of Kashmir in 13th Century.  Fast-forward 21st Century...
Thank you, Kashmir!
Thank you, Kashmir!
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