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India’s capital, Delhi is the hub of the country: a buzzing international metropolis which draws people from across India and the globe. Home to fifteen million people, it’s big, sprawling and still growing. Yet tucked away inside Delhi’s modern suburbs and developments are tombs, temples and ruins dating back centuries; in some places, the remains of whole cities from the dim and distant past nestle among homes and highways built in just the last decade or two. The result is a city full of fascinating nooks and crannies that you could happily spend weeks, or even months, exploring
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Living green is not only having a conservative approach to energy management, but encompasses healthy choices in all facets of life. You can live a greener life through making conscientious decisions in everything that you do. Conserving energy is the first step, but truly making an impact starts when you decide to incorporate natural aspects into your life. You may need to modify your carbon imprint on the world, your diet or how you take care of yourself to truly be a green living pioneer. There are several tips you can utilize to live a truly green life inside and out!
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Many people seem to skip the Cambodian capital and head straight for Siem Reap, fearing Phnom Penh to be a dangerous and uninteresting city. However, on a recent trip to Southeast Asia’s “unpopular capital”, Meera Dattani discovered all that the city has to offer and has concluded that, while its underrated and understated, Phnom Penh certainly deserves a few days at least. Here are our favourite things to do in Phnom Penh
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As you take your journey, you will understand how the elephant has been so important in the creation of the fabulous Kingdom of Cambodia. The elephant has seen and served many kings and queens as they have travelled to and from the temples and has even helped to construct those same temples. Unfortunately, the elephant has also been used by soldiers in war time
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