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Local Vegetable Market in India

For the past 3 weeks, we have been visiting a local vegetable market near us. We knew about this for years but never made it a habit to buy food from there until recently. I think we’re too pampered and maybe too lazy. At the market, it’s chaotic, and finding parking space is a challenge,

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Bangalore Flower Market

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One morning in Bangalore, we were about to leave the city to continue on our long road trip. We had a few hours, hoping to catch up with friends for breakfast soon, but before that, we decided to check out the famous flower market. I did a little research. Bangalore Flower Market (KR Flower Market) is

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Cute Little Handicraft Store: Arabian Handicrafts

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Are you a fan of handicraft store? I’m a total weak when it comes to these beautiful handmade stuff. I could get lost in the handicraft stores forever, looking at tiny pieces of artworks and handcraft toys, and that’s something my husband feels really irritated about me. But I can’t help it, no matter how

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Harne Fish Market

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Here is how our weekend at Konkan region in Maharashtra continues… After an awesome first day at Murud Beach, we checked out from the hotel early morning, hoping to catch up with the morning fish auction at Harne Fish Market. For me and my husband both, it was the highlight of this trip. We had

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Thasadej Indochina Market

After indulging in local cuisines and watching the lively water of the Mekong go by, we headed to Thasadej Indochina Market for some serious shopping. Thasadej Indochina Market is located beside Mekong river stretches parallel to the river and covers more than 1 km long. The market crowded by stalls, shops and restaurants both sides flooded with

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Morning walk in the street of Thailand

Lives begin so early in Thailand. Before the roosters crow “cook-a-doodle-dooooo”, many towns and cites light up with fluorescent lights attached to the mobile carts selling foods, drinks, ingredients, anything you would want in the morning. Schools start around 8.00 am and most of the offices start just about the same time, most of their destinations

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