Located at the tip of the world-famous Palm Jumeirah, Atlantis The Palm is a luxury resort themed on the myth of Atlantis, the fictional Greek 'Island of Atlas'. But it also has its unique Arabian characteristics and is one of the major attractions of the United Arab Emirates. Photo credit: SOURJYA MUKHERJEE Related Posts:… Continue reading Atlantis The Palm, Dubai
Along the lake shores, highways and streams of the Mackenzie Region colourful fields of Lupin flowers emerge every year, sometime around November, which marks the beginning of Lupin season. The vibrant colour of the Lupins range from pinks, purples and yellows to even whites. Related Post: Lake Pukaki, the largest lake on South Island will… Continue reading Lupins at Mackenzie Region (NZ Photo Series -Part 4)
Aoraki/Mount Cook of the Southern Alps is the highest peak of New Zealand. Originally the Māori called it Aoraki which literally means "the cloud piercer". The European settlers preferred to call it Mt. Cook. Today, to incorporate the Māori heritage it is called the Aoraki/Mount Cook. Here are few details of our journey: Service Provider:… Continue reading Aoraki/Mount Cook – (NZ Photo Series – Part 3)
Lake Wakatipu, New Zealands longest and third largest lake will follow you wherever you go in and around Queenstown. Related Post: Lake Pukaki, the largest lake on South Island will take your breath away.
At a first glance, the photographs of Lake Pukaki look surreal. They appear to be photoshopped. But trust me they aren't. The lake is actually beautiful. Stunningly beautiful! Related Post: Visit Lake Wakatipu, New Zealand's longest and third largest lake.
Honestly, it took me a while to decide how to write the blog posts on New Zealand. As rightfully mentioned in the country's tourism website '100% Pure New Zealand', it is indeed pristine. The people of New Zealand are extremely environmentally cautious and put in a constant effort to keep it as serene as possible.… Continue reading Magnificent New Zealand – A Road Trip
You can't skip the Ha Long Bay in your itinerary, if you are planning a trip to Vietnam. It's an absolute must visit. Being a student of Geography, the typical topography of this place excited me but I wasn't aware of the fact that it is one of the seven wonders of nature, until I… Continue reading Vietnam Diary (Part 2) – The spectacular Ha Long Bay