Raj Bose

The Peninsula in Markermeer: Marken (A fishing Village near Amsterdam)

Marken is considered a tourist attraction for its characteristic wooden houses. People built their houses on “werven”, artificial knolls, until the seventeenth century. It helped to avoid wet feet. After that they built their houses on poles. Since the Afsluitdijk was built, the island is no longer inundated but the typical houses still remain. The old …

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Bridges

They say, build bridges, not walls. They also say, know which bridges to burn and which ones to cross. No matter what we might choose to believe, one thing is pretty clear – a bridge is way more than just a product of engineering! A bridge symbolises a journey, a connection; come to think of …

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Patagonia- A trip to the end of the world Part III- Terra del Fuego

This is the concluding blog on Patagonia. Here I will be describing our trip to Terra del Fuego. A trip literally to the end of the world! Day 4, November 16, 2015 – Tierra del Fuego One of the main reason for our trip to Patagonia was to see the majestic King penguins, Aptenodytes patagonicus which …

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