Chandigarh open hand

Chandigarh, know as The City Beautiful, a Union Territory, and the capital of Punjab and Haryana in north India is also named as “the best place to live” and the “most planned city” in India. The city of Chandigarh was conceived immediately after India‘s Independence in 1947. With the partition in the subcontinent, Lahore, the […]

How India’s Most Planned City Came About

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Arriving in Hue, Central Vietnam, I can immediately see the difference from the north. It’s calmer, more relaxed, the people are friendlier and the streets cleaner. Hue is a huge city with a lot of history, specifically regarding the Vietnam War. I am a little wary on how they would receive Americans, as one should […]

Death Highway and War: A Tour through the Eyes of the Vietnamese

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On Saturday, April 25th, Atlanta based Latin Contemporary restaurant, Alma Cocina will host “Dine Out for Go Eat Give.” Which means 20% of all dinner proceeds that day will go to Atlanta based nonprofit, Go Eat Give.

Dine Out for Go Eat Give at Alma Cocina

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We often don’t realize the carbon foot print we leave behind when we travel (Not just from airplanes but even at the lodgings). In fact, most people tend to use more water, electricity and toiletries on the road versus when they are at home.

Travel with a Purpose and Change the World Today

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Don’t let the name fool you. Although Citizen Public House is an upscale version of a traditional public house serving contemporary cocktails, beer and wine, it is by no means limited to a drinking establishment. Located in Old Town Scottsdale, the European-fusion food that you will eat at Citizen Public House is probably the best Public House […]

Citizen Public House

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This weekend, I attended the annually held Dogwood Festival in Atlanta, GA. It’s the time of the year when all the dogwood trees are in full bloom, the spring season is kicking in and people want to get out and enjoy the beautiful weather. The festival is held at Piedmont Park, Atlanta’s equivalent of New […]

La Fete Internationale

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