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Zion National Park, UT

Reading Time: 2 minutes After the 25-mile Grand Canyon Rim-Rim hike, we stayed at Grand Canyon Motel @ Fredonia again. Next day morning, we drove to Zion National Park. This is my second trip to the park. First time we went there, we did the angels landing hike in 2013. Since we only spent a day last time, I was thrilled […]

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Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, UT

Reading Time: 2 minutes On the way to Grand Canyon National Park from Bryce Canyon National Park, we made another unplanned stop at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. We had no idea of this park, just saw the board on the highway and decided to check it out. Turned out to be a great park that has a […]

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Gooseneck State Park, UT

Reading Time: 2 minutes Gooseneck State Park might lose a lot of press to other river-cut formations in the US, such as Grand Canyon, but this off the beaten path geological formation will make you awe at nature’s power. San Juan river snakes around this 300-million year old formation 1000-feet below. Watch the sunrise or sunset and camp at […]

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Canyonlands National Park, UT

Reading Time: 2 minutes You can’t go to Moab, UT and skip Canyonlands National Park. The Green and Colorado rivers carve out sections that are unique in their landscape and geological formations. Just an hour away from Arches National Park, Canyonlands will take your breath away with thousands of square miles of colorful canyons, mesas and buttes. If you […]

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Night time pictures from around the world !!

Reading Time: 3 minutes Haha…I knew that title would catch your attention. If you are here looking for something sizzling, scroll down. 1) Chennai, India  My hometown boasts the world’s second longest sandy beach. The 13 km stretch is adorned by slums, fishing villages, hiding-spot-for-thugs, secret-lovers-spots, University of Madras, Ladies colleges, State government offices, beautiful churches, temples, statues of […]

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