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Thursday, August 16
, 2007


 

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 From August 10, 2007 to August 16, 2007

Counting Apples

Thanedar is very close to Shimla, about 80 km away. In fact, with an early start you can reach just in time for a late lunch.

Why Goa When You Can Gokarna

Solitude soothes. And in Gokarna, a little town in coastal Karnataka, there’s enough of it to hush the fret of urban life.

Lingering Magic Of Oz

Sydney and its charming surrounds make for a heady and varied experience.

Cloudburst Of Colour

A last-minute change in RLT plan: The place we decided earlier on is heaving with wild elephants, so late in the night, we zero in on Papanasam river.

Tourist As Ambassador

The tour operator at the Kruger National Park (South Africa) shouted above the hurtling roar of the van, “You’ll soon see Jessica, the home-grown hippo.

A Vacation In Victoria

The Yarra, the predominant river in Victoria, is a river of many colours. A bright green running through forests, a clear blue running through the sparsely populated but fine-looking suburbs, silver and glass reflecting off the skyscrapers in Melbour . .

A ‘Bumpy’ Ride

Okay, you’ve booked your tickets months in advance for that long-awaited trip to Paris. And then, month before the journey date, you discover you are pregnant.

A Dam And A Forest

All right the whole world goes to Pechiparai, and I did too. But the world stops at the Pechiparai dam, built across the Kodayar river, to view the white columns of water crash down angrily from a height of 120 metres along the 425 metre long dam.

Victoria’s Secret

The Yarra, the predominant river in Victoria, is a river of many colours. A bright green running through forests, a clear blue running through the sparsely populated but fine-looking suburbs, silver and glass reflecting off the skyscrapers in Melbour. . .

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