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Getting around Hanoi involves walking (wonderful), bicycles or motorbikes (scary), cars (expensive and time consuming), or hiring a cyclo. Above is a photo of Mr. Lap, my cyclo driver this summer.
Istanbul is a city of crossroads – time, culture, religion, and language all intersect in this meeting of east and west. The Asian continent joins Europe, and a people descended from one of the most powerful empires of all times struggle to become recognized by the modern world.
Top 10 Things I LOVE about Barcelona: 1. Being called Guapa everyday in the street and at home. It means pretty/beautiful. Spanish people are really honest and will tell you what they think at that very moment
The best place to be on a Sunday in Buenos Aires is San Telmo. I have now spent two Sundays at what started as an antique market and has expanded into a weekly street fair and extravaganza. Vendors line Calle Defensa from the Plaza de Mayo all the way to the original market in San Telmo.
As an Indian, I love how my country has made its way into the hearts of people for being the womb of yoga, meditation, the Art of Living and many other things that soothe the senses. There are many who probably resort to these in order to connect with a higher being or their inner selves. Alas, all these methods have failed in my case