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Three Years - Three Continents - Three Rainbows

Three Years - Three Continents - Three Rainbows

I. Ladakh, India     Leaving behind the cacophonous traffic jams of Srinagar, the road climbs up, clinging to the side of the crumb ...
First impressions from Denmark

First impressions from Denmark

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and the second largest Scandinavian city. I always imagined it as an idyllic place, criss-crossed with canals sur ...
Kgalagadi

Kgalagadi

Even though there are better known and also more accessible national parks in South Africa, such as the Kruger National Park in the Republic of South ...
Myanmar: Gone for a Walk

Myanmar: Gone for a Walk

We are drinking green tea from tiny ceramic cups, contorted into the child-sized plastic chairs that are the defining element of every teahouse and ro ...
Taking a motorail train

Taking a motorail train

It’s 6:40 in the evening. The old lady is removing the blinds that were protecting her apartment from the scorching sun. A force of habit, probably: s ...
Discovering a new world

Discovering a new world

While travelling through Western Europe this year, my wife and I visited Seville, Spain, and Lisbon, Portugal, among other destinations. These two cit ...
Taming the Jungle in Meghalaya

Taming the Jungle in Meghalaya

If you catch a train heading north from Calcutta, passing through the narrow isthmus that connects the large bulk of India with its reclusive north-ea ...
In the school of taking it slow

In the school of taking it slow

Sometimes I feel like some animals can tell me much more than certain people. Well, actually, I often feel like that. Of course, I don’t discuss metap ...
The Hungarian Sea

The Hungarian Sea

Every year, Slovenians travel to the Croatian coast, to Italy and Austria en masse; interestingly enough, however, we nearly never venture across the ...
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