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Photos: WorldNomads Travel Writing Scholarship 2015: Dustin Kerschtien

INDIA | Fri, 22 May 2015 | By dustinkersch | Photo Gallery

Malana, Himachal Pradesh, India Canon 5DMii © 2014 Dustin Kerschtien
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Tags: hiking, himachal, himachal pradesh, himalaya, india, malana, people, photography, places, travel

My Scholarship entry-Portrait Me and Places

PAKISTAN | Sat, 22 Nov 2014 | By mubashirtaqi | Views [157]

I'm Pakistani and 20 year old.I live in Multan city heart of culture and civilization,One of the oldest city in Country and worl.I started photography when I was 17,three years back back and recently started on professional level.I just stated my ... Read more >

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60 Seconds in India

INDIA | Thu, 1 May 2014 | By away2travel | Views [673]

A white-bearded sweet old man with a genuine heart An elephant walking down a highway 19 people crammed into a single rickshaw An old man pushing his pedal bike uphill An entire family that thinks a white person is a zoo animal 4 religions living in ... Read more >

Tags: asia, backpacking, budget travel, culture, food, india, people, places, religion, travel

Why do I deserve it? not counting that I really, really want it.

SPAIN | Tue, 8 Nov 2011 | By lucille | Views [489]

When I was 5, our family was invited to a wedding reception of a neighbour. We are Catholic, our neighbours Muslim, but in a country like India, that's no rare occurrence. I was the first to walk up the bridegroom and congratulate him ... Read more >

Tags: cape town, jason edwards, kruger national park, myself, national geographic, photography, places, scholarship, scholarship, travel

Off the Beaten Path: Uzbekistan

UZBEKISTAN | Fri, 10 Jun 2011 | By travel-tips | Views [3503] | Comments [2]

Uzbekistan takes you back to ancient days when ambitious traders and fearless travelers walked its cobbled roads in search of treasures to trade and a place to rest.  Today Uzbekistan is still very much as it was centuries ago, with mazes of cobbled streets ... Read more >

Tags: asia, off the beaten path, places, silk route, tashkent, towns, travel tips, unesco heritage sites, uzbekistan

I Believe We've Died and Gone to Heaven: Pucon

CHILE | Sun, 23 Dec 2007 | By laurelmarshall | Views [1018]

The sun slowly sets, igniting the clouds into flames of red, orange and pink, illuminating the snow covered perfect "cone" of Volcán Villarica.  As the sky turns dark, a red glow replaces the plume of smoke once visible from the active, yet ... Read more >

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