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Yogaville,VA – Retreat kinda weekend !!

About 150 miles south of Washington D.C is this ashram called Yogaville, started by Swami Sachidhanandha from India. The ashram is a 600 acres of serene, wooded landscape. The main attractions are the Kailash temple, Lotus temple, Swamiji’s tomb, and the awesomest vegetarian food along with plenty of yoga and meditation to sooth one’s soul. […]

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Mt.Washington, NH

The mountain will always be there, don’t kill yourself on this one Mt. Washington in the White Mountain National Forest area is known for winter sports. People hike up with their skis and snowboards to different trails for free of cost winter sports. Winter hiking with crampons and plastic boots are equally popular among mountaineers. […]

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International Roma Day in Toronto !!

8th April, 1971: UN officially recognized the Roma community as a single ethnic group of people with a shared origin from North Western India (Rajasthan). I happened to be in Toronto on April 8th, 2013 and just googled to see what’s happening in the city that evening. With no pre-plan, I ended up spending the […]

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Colonial Willamsburg, VA

About 2:30 hours drives from Northern Virginia is Colonial Willamsburg that used to be the Capital of Virginia before it was moved to Richmond. Just so I don’t make a joke out of myself with my lack of American history knowledge, I suggest you read the wiki page to get the historical importance of the […]

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Billy Goat Trails, VA

It is almost hard to believe there are some beautiful trails within reach from Washington D.C. Even, if you are visiting the city only for a few days, Great Falls is a wonderful escape from D.C’s “architecture/historic” tours. One can access Great Falls National Park either from Virginia or Maryland side. But, if you looking […]

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Sensitive Art of Toronto

Sharp Centre for Design : Interesting paintings and sculptors in Toronto. This center is part of Ontario College of Art & Design. Right behind the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is this college with some interesting paintings that speak for themselves. Enter the college and take the elevator up to 5 and 6th floor for public area […]

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Corcovado National Park Trekking

Osa peninsula,Costa Rica is home to the largest rain forest in the Pacific Central America, Corcovado National Park. This park is so diverse and is celebrated as “the most biologically intense place on Earth”. To get to Osa peninsula from San Jose, I flew a small 10-seater plane. It was a $250 for the round-trip. The […]

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Istanbullus

The city is dramatic in it’s ancient mosques, its diverse population, its water-ways, its vistas, its ability to accommodate western culture without losing the Turkish originality, its welcoming hands to tourists. It is an easy city to visit. Istanbullus know what hospitality mean. As long as you are willing to go out of the tourist […]

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