Science City

It is sometimes great to let go off the ‘adult’ in you and become a child again. Visiting Science City is not one of those things that usually comes on my travel list. Over time however, I have learnt to let go off my prejudices about a place. And when it is about learning the universal secrets, a planetarium is a place that not only lets you learn, but also makes learning all the more fascinating. 

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Mumbai is undoubtedly the crown of the country. Whoever said that “Mumbai does not sleep hungry” is true to its literal sense. Everyday, thousands of dreams wake up and move around the city, and no matter what disasters strike this city, the people never stop dreaming. This is my 24 hours in Mumbai, a journey that inspired me to never stop pursuing my dreams!!

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Table Mountain

The Table Mountain is the most popular location of Cape Town. In fact, it is what the city identifies itself with. Table Mountain sees more than  24 million visitors every year and forms an important part of the National Conservation Parks in South Africa. Today, I am here to find out what it takes to meet…Continue Reading “Table Mountain: Are you up for the thrill yet?”

V&A Waterfront

The V&A Waterfront (Victoria and Alfred Waterfront) has a rich history of more than five centuries and is one of the most visited locations in Cape Town. It overlooks the Robben Islands to the west where the Nobel Laureate and former South African President Nelson Mandela spent more than 18 years of his imprisoned life as a political prisoner for his anti-apartheid revolution. Named after Prince Alfred, son of Queen Victoria who laid the foundation stone of first harbor in Cape Town, the harbor is a historic blend of the erstwhile Dutch, African and British culture evolved over centuries. 

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