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In Bandarban

In Bandarban
by kcmilan on June 20, 2013 in Asia & Pacific

It is no more a place of Monkeys but a place filled with human beings.

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The Majesty of Pendle Hill

The Majesty of Pendle Hill
by tonyleather on November 3, 2012 in United Kingdom

Seven miles long, it is 25 square miles of brooding magnificence, towering 1831 ft above the surrounding countryside, and dominating the scenery for many miles around.

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The Climate of Murree in October

The Climate of Murree in October
by waman70 on October 14, 2012 in Pakistan

Murree is a charming hill station with a superb climate in October. It is situated 55 km to the North-West of Islamabad, theh Capital of Pakistan.

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Sanatorium Ngamplang (Golf Courses) – Garut City

Sanatorium Ngamplang (Golf Courses) – Garut City
by Abni Abi on September 28, 2012 in USA & Canada

Ngamplang is a dutch heritage tourism with the name "Sanatorium Ngamplang"

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Magnetic Hill

Magnetic Hill
by Tasmania2011 on April 3, 2012 in Australia

Flinders is basically huge, old and seemingly vacant. It teems with journeys alongside a planet significantly eliminated from virtually any present-day city.

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Lithuanian Sacred Hill of Crosses,

Lithuanian Sacred Hill of Crosses,
by hughanthony on March 15, 2012 in Europe

This sacred site now has a reputation that has spread worldwide annually visited by thousands of pilgrims, even indeed by Pope John Paul II in 1993 in September.

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Chirimiri an Embalming Destination

Chirimiri an Embalming Destination
by wonder on September 19, 2011 in India

What Chirimiri? This is supposed to be the natural expression in anybody’s face. Yet if you lift the black curtain of coal, there is so much to take in. There lies certainly an element of intrigue in anonymity, it allows so much to explore.

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Trekking to Mystique Hills: Part (II)

Trekking to Mystique Hills: Part (II)
by Kamal Kishore Srivastava on June 17, 2011 in India

The trek up to Madhyamaheshwar is tiring, but rewarding and enchanting. At intermittent distance tea kiosks are pretence for a short break along with refreshing glass of tea. Such breaks give enough time to be with mother-nature, who frequently changed her manifestation and hues.

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Yercaud – a Wonderful Hill Station

Yercaud – a Wonderful Hill Station
by Suhasini on November 30, 2010 in India

Yercaud – A wonderful Hill Station.

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A Trip to The Sita Pahar Hill Range, Bangladesh

A Trip to The Sita Pahar Hill Range, Bangladesh
by sumonjsrbd on September 10, 2010 in Practical Travel

This trip was an excurtion during my Honor’s final year.

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