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THE TAJ MAHAL

So one of wandering tv’s new initiative is to visit all the wonders of the world and we would love to start with the very first on the list The Taj Mahal.

 

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THREE GIRLS AND AN ELEPHANT, A THAILAND STORY

This story involves six aircraft, five buses, three speedboats, two elephants and a few tuk-tuk tuk transfers. The temperature of the water bath is not always adjustable, but the smile is always the same. This story is challenging, has a fantastic starry sky and made me fall asleep with my heart beating all the time: so much beauty, so much diversity, so many feelings…

 

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WARMTH  

Rocks
From freshly parched earth
From mud forts and, gleaming
Sandstone embassies
From freshly quarried marble
From freshly tarred roads
From driving on roads
freshly cut out of hills

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JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA CITY GUIDE

I Just started my second year in Jerez. Moved here because of my boyfriend’s job and fell in love with the authenticity of the place, sherry wines and the beauty of the province. Jerez is very well known for its Sherry wines, horses and flamenco music.

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ROME CITY GUIDES

I have lived in Rome for fourteen years. The first few years I felt disoriented: I came from the Tuscan province and I was not used to so many people all at once and in a space and a time so dilated. I don't know if today I feel at home here but it's certain that I love my city, because so far it gave me so much.

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Rivne Reminiscing

My twin sister and me were born in Rivne and have a bunch of warm memories connected with our hometown.

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LADAKH

It’s a timid love
Drawing arcane patterns
On my shivering skin
Hold fast, hang on, sit tight
I’m breaking you in,
I’m breaking me in
 

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LONDON DAYS

A fellow traveler once told me that the best way to truly know a city was to literally lose yourself in it. And so it was that, several days after my arrival in London where I would be spending my Fall 2013 semester, my friend and I decided to explore our new home and discover what it held.

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