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migs_dutt. view from the club floor #shangrila #yoursingapore #iphoneonly

view from the club floor #shangrila #yoursingapore #iphoneonly

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Gimme the ocean, a boat & a snorkel and I’m a happy man ⛵️ Actually, throw in some BBQ fish, white sand, fresh towel, phone signal, coconut juice and then I’ll be like reeaaally happy. Simple man, simple needs 💁🏻‍♂️ My graceful exit from the blue abyss captured by the snappy @downtownfox 📸 #DhowfortheDay #SunsOutTongues #IlhadeMoçambique

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@thebunkerhostel x @jay.c04 Why The Bunker, you ask Well, because we are India’s most honest hostel chain and do not believe in unnecessary superlatives! The Bunker is a space created for travelers by fellow travelers. And that is why we know exactly what you need to make our hostels your home. Find your way to us, and we will see to it that you are well taken care of. Warm and comfy beds, a collection of diverse books to satisfy your soul and your early morning coffees (handmade with love)* are on us. Cherry on top, plenty of fellow nomads from around the world you could spend your time with, creating musical magic together or pondering upon the mysteries of the universe. ALL of that and an abundance of doggie cuddles. Just for you, pinky promise. *sorry, we did that just to grab your attention. Coffees are not served on the house (unless we really really like you :P) Picture By : @jay.c04 #solotravel #hostel #hostelworld #himachalpradrsh #bir #himachali #indiatravel #indiatravelgram #cnntravel #greatindianhostel #travel #incredibleindia #indianphotography #indiatraveldiaries #indiatraveller #indiatravelling #storiesofindia #himachalpradesh #indiatravelblogger #indiatravelsquad #indiatravellers #indiatravellgram #travelblogger #instatravel #indiatraveljournal #indiatravelers #hostellife

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Light at the end of the road When you are walking and trying find angles to photograph in a place like istanbul Arboretum, sometime you get lucky and picture presents itself to you. This is one of these rare occasions where a beautiful shots just appeared in front of me. Arboretum gibi bir yerde yürüyüp fotoğraf fırsatları kovalarken bazen şansınız yaver gidip fotoğraf önünüze geliyor. Bu da o ender anlardan birinde bir anda karşıma çıkan nefis görüntülerden biri #istanbularboretumu

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🌻Flower of the day🌻 14/11/2019 ____________________________________ 🏆 Belongs to the talented: 👉🏻 @marina_zippy ********************************************** 📷Location: Prague, Czech Republic 🇨🇿 *********************************************** ----------------------------------------------- Please take some time to visit our featured artist's gallery and feel free to spread your love and support! ----------------------------------------------- For a chance to be featured, ➡️Follow: @travelmentor.co ➡️Tag: #travelmentor ____________________________________ Don't forget to mention where your photo was taken. ____________________________________ #visitswitzerland #nothingisordinary #theglobewanderer #huffposttravel #ig_travel #earthfocus #earthofficial #earthpix #natgeo #natgeolandscape #tv_landscapes #loves_landscape #zermatt #Switzerland #suica #suiça #swissalps #swissmade #swiss #iloveswitzerland #beautifuldestinations #wonderful_places #awesome_photographers #travellingthroughtheworld #cnntravel #snowing #eurotrip #ig_europe #eurotour

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The most beautiful and complete amphitheater in the world can be found in Pula. At night it still holds concerts, becomes a cinema and much more! . . 📷 @aga_around_the_world

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on my first trip to india five years ago, i'd wanted to visit malda when i was travelling in west bengal, but the allure of the himalayas and my burning desire to see a glacial lake amidst the snow-capped peaks eventually drew me away to the mountainous state of sikkim, where i spent a few wonderful (but chilly) days before heading back to bustling, scorching kolkata. this time around, i decided to make up for that bit of regret by opting to leave bangladesh via the sonamasjid-mahadipur border checkpoint, which is a 90-min ride from malda, instead of the popular benapole-petrapole crossing in the south that links the megacities of dhaka and kolkata. so... what is so special about malda? nothing, really. but for the history and medieval architecture enthusiasts, lying immediately to its north and south are the twin cities of pandua and gour (gauda), historic capitals of the bengal sultanate (shahi bangla) and now part of malda district. the sultanate, which ruled the bengal region (including modern-day bangladesh) and myanmar's rakhine state from the mid-14th to the late 16th centuries, left behind a string of monuments and mosques which became some of the earliest and best examples of islamic architecture in east india. shown in these photos were scenes from pandua, the first capital of the bengal sultanate: eklakhi mausoleum, the first square-shaped, single-domed building in india, with hindu carvings adorning the doorway (pics 1 - 5); qutub shahi mosque, built in honour of a local saint (pics 6 - 8); and adina mosque, the largest medieval mosque in the indian subcontinent (pics 9 & 10). . . . #kyhinindia #india #westbengal #bengal #malda #pandua #islamicarchitecture #incredibleindia #indiagram #indiapictures #indiaclicks #storiesofindia #onlyinbengal #travelasia #tlpicks #passionpassport #worldnomads #traveldeeper #natgeotravel #backpacking #solotravel #culturetrip #lonelyplanet #bbctravel #cnntravel #iamatraveler #beautifuldestinations #awesomeearth #roamtheplanet #ikutcarakita

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Somewhere in Paris' 18th arrondissement. I've said before, I love heading out early and shooting the city when nobody is around. That does become much harder this time of year, sunrise in Paris last week wasn't until shortly before 8am | • • • • • #MyCanon #CanonCollective #MoodNation #Moodygram #StreetLeaks #TopParisPhoto #ParisMonamour #ParisOnline #ParisGram #ThisVeryInstant #LiveForTheStory #BurnMyEye #InterCollective #NonStopStreets #CNNTravel #IndependentMag #NowhereDiary #BurnMagazine #SomewhereTravel #ForbesTravelGuide #KnowThisMind #SolarCollective #IG_Streets #ExploreCreate #MyFeatureShot #ObserveCollective #PhotoWalk #LightZine #PhotoZine #Street_Vision

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This was the time when I had just started to trek and infact wasn’t even sure if I can do or not . And to be fairly honest , it started not out of the urge to travel , it was the urge to prove myself wrong and break my own barriers . 3 months ago from this day I could barely sit for more than 15 minutes in a go or stand for maybe half an hour . I had severe lower back pain which was later diagnosed as L4-L5 herniated disc . And my physio told me not to even think of treks for next couple of years . I was already suffering for a year by now . I had stopped hanging out much , stopped going for parties as the pain would make it miserable being thee after a while . I would be tired whole day as I was not even able to sleep well due to the pain overnight . But then I guess I took a leap of faith . Something told me it was just a state of mind and I need to break pattern . And there i was , slowly and steadily trekking Chandrashilla . Won’t say it was an easy affair . Definitely there were moments when I was thinking why did I even come for the trek but the summit was worth the pain . Things aren’t always that fun as they look to be from pictures ! That picture is from Deoriya Tal, and that’s @chiraggupta13 next to the tent which we were about to set up . Can’t thank him enough for sticking around and being patient with my slow pace of trek . And if your genuinely care for some great travel post go follow @we_travel_unplugged & @chiraggupta13 Date : Dec 2016 . . . . . . . . . . . .

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as i was counting down my remaining days in bangladesh, my heart was already looking forward to the india leg of my journey. the main reason? food! india has always been my happy land, a pure paradise for vegetarians like me who would have struggled considerably in its meat-loving neighbouring countries whenever it comes to meal time. after i'd checked into my accommodation in malda, my first stop in india after leaving bangladesh, i immediately went out hunting for something to fill my tummy. having put up with just plain dal and vegetables for the past few weeks in bangladesh, i promised myself a really good meal on my first night in india. besides a bowl of hearty soup which i missed so much (am that asian), an indian feast to me always includes paneer, heavenly cubes of local cottage cheese served in a variety of rich, lip-smacking gravies and styles of one's desire. totally over the moon that i was finally having something nourishing and fulfilling for my protein-deprived body! and with that, my month-long soul-searching quest across north india got off to a banging good (and delicious) start. 🖖🏻 . . . #kyhinindia #kyhnoms #kyhindianoms #india #malda #indianfood #foodculture #incredibleindia #indiagram #indiapictures #indiaclicks #storiesofindia #travelasia #vegetarian #goveg #foodporn #makan #bonappetit #bbcgoodfood #huffposttaste #traveldeeper #culturetrip #natgeotravel #solotravel #backpacking #lonelyplanet #bbctravel #cnntravel #iamatraveler #ikutcarakita

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the day i bade farewell to bangladesh and crossed into west bengal, india on foot! i spent a total of 17 days in bangladesh, a country with so much to offer but sees so few international tourists. to many people especially in the prosperous regions of asia, the very mention of its name springs to mind images of unkemptly dressed bangladeshi migrant workers on construction sites or doing menial jobs under the blazing sun. but few realize that bangladeshis (and ethnic bengalis as a whole) are in fact a proud people who fought hard for the survival of their language and culture, one of the main catalysts that culminated in the nation's independence from pakistan in 1971, although this was only made possible through a bloody and devastating liberation war. not gonna sugarcoat its reality - there is visible poverty and general dilapidation in the streets, but development is catching up in the main cities and their vicinities, such as the country's first metro rail system that is currently under construction in its capital, dhaka. and if you do manage to look beyond all these, the sunshine warmth of the people and the scenic landscapes of this oft-overlooked south asian country are a rewarding solace to those who are willing to go off the beaten track and discover the great natural and cultural bounties of the beautiful sonar bangla. 🇧🇩 . for the complete series of my travel in bangladesh, check out #kyhinbangladesh. 🖖🏻 . . . #bangladesh #bordercrossing #bengal #walkbangladesh #naturalbangladesh #beautifulbangladesh #onlyinbengal #travelasia #tlpicks #passionpassport #wanderlust #travelgram #worldnomads #traveldeeper #natgeotravel #backpacking #solotravel #culturetrip #lonelyplanet #bbctravel #cnntravel #iamatraveler #beautifuldestinations #awesomeearth #discoverearth #roamtheplanet #seetheworld #travelmadedifferent #ikutcarakita

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kyh87. being a riverine and low-lying coastal country, the diet of the people

being a riverine and low-lying coastal country, the diet of the people of bangladesh is largely shaped by its geography. dominated by the world's largest delta at the confluence of two of the greatest rivers in asia, namely the ganges (known as padma in bangladesh) and the brahmaputra, it's no wonder that vast expanses of rice fields and arable farm lands form an inseparable feature of the country's landscape. besides the ubiquitous rice, a staple shared with many asian countries, fish is also commonly eaten in bangladeshi households, with the ilish being regarded as the national fish (yes, you heard it right). bangladesh's long history of muslim rule brought along cuisines heavy on meats and spices, while its close association with the indian subcontinent in the past and present means that many dishes that are available on the other side of the border could also be found throughout the country. while it's not that hard being a vegetarian in bangladesh, dishes like dal (somehow the ones i had were more diluted than its indian counterpart consistency wise) and mashed vegetables quickly become repetitive and boring if you're planning to stay in the country for weeks. but thankfully i survived, albeit losing a few pounds along the way. and the one veg-friendly dish that i remember fondly is not found in restaurants but in the streets, and this stall right in front of khulna's shahid hadis park serves a particularly mean one, which had me going back for it two nights in a row. and in case you're wondering what kinda delicious sorcery am talking about, it's a popular chickpeas-based bengali street food known as chotpoti (last pic). this humble dish may not look palatable, but its full taste and rich flavours greatly make up for its lack of aesthetics! 👌🏻 . . . #kyhinbangladesh #kyhnoms #kyhbangladeshnoms #bangladesh #bengalifood #bangladeshifood #streetfood #foodculture #walkbangladesh #naturalbangladesh #beautifulbangladesh #onlyinbengal #travelasia #vegetarian #goveg #foodporn #makan #bonappetit #bbcgoodfood #huffposttaste #traveldeeper #culturetrip #natgeotravel #solotravel #backpacking #lonelyplanet #bbctravel #cnntravel #iamatraveler #ikutcarakita

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exploring the ancient city of mahasthangarh, possibly the oldest and largest archaeological site in bangladesh. less than 30 minutes' ride from bogra, the vast site comprises the remains of a citadel and temple ruins that date back to at least the 3rd century bc. as all the major places of interest within the site are scattered around a fairly large area, you would have to rely on local transport to get around, and visiting them all would easily take up half a day. my personal favourite has got to be gokul medh, and the best time to visit it is right before sunset, when its lush grass cover and millenia-old brick walls glow beautifully in the evening sun. so if you're really short on time, make sure you don't give it a miss! . . . #kyhinbangladesh #bangladesh #bogra #mahasthangarh #citadel #ruins #bengal #walkbangladesh #naturalbangladesh #beautifulbangladesh #onlyinbengal #travelasia #tlpicks #passionpassport #worldnomads #traveldeeper #natgeotravel #backpacking #solotravel #culturetrip #lonelyplanet #bbctravel #cnntravel #iamatraveler #beautifuldestinations #awesomeearth #discoverearth #roamtheplanet #seetheworld #ikutcarakita

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