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I am back from Spain now. A wonderful country but don’t know why it starts crying with happiness each time I land there. Not just on the first day but also on subsequent days it doesn’t want to stop shedding its tears of joy.
This joyous cry results in a gloomy and gray atmosphere with pale opportunity of good photos.
A city scene in Barcelona with Hop-on-Hop-off tourist bus in front of a gorgeous old building.
These tears don’t dampen my spirits. I explored many historical churches, castles, museums; not …
Today early morning (started at 5:30 AM) we headed to Barcelona airport. Saying Goodbye is always a difficult task but had to do it to my new friends who were going back to India.
After that started my ‘Me’ time…. solo travel in Spain. Took a Renfe train for Zaragosa. During the one & half hour journey the train got delayed by 2 minutes and the announcer was profusely apologizing for it. Quite unheard of it in India?
The cabs in this little town
I am back from a road trip to Ahmedabad. My first time in Gujarat.
I did not read anything nor had any opinions about the city prior to my visit and that was the good thing about my trip.
Here is my first impression of the city Ahmedabad.
Competing in the open…
1) The city is a mix of the old and the new. Though I did not see
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I have come back from a wonderful trip to Spain. Starting from Madrid we visited 4 cities and must say all the four of them took my breath away.
However, Avila became my favourite place in Spain. A quaint charming place where I would love to come back again & again. Here is a photo to show you a lovely sky and a small part of the town from the fort.
Lovely sky from the fort.
More on this town later.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia »
Having backpacked to many countries for months together, I must say Malaysia is one of the countries where you’d love to do backpack, especially in Kuala Lumpur.
The place boasts of cultural diversity in terms of Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures. KL, as it is fondly called, employs every charm to lure a backpacker like me. Independent travel is popular as the city has a very low crime rate and English is widely spoken.
Main entrance of China Town.
Every city worth the name must have a