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INDIA | Thu, 15 Dec 2016 | By amitkagra | Views 
Multi-billion dollar wedding industry, attracts huge spending, no wonder we all call it as big fat Indian wedding. According to an estimate (www.businessinsider.in), the industry is over INR 100,000 crores. This is a staggering number. No wonder Indian ... Read more >
Tags: festivals, india, indianwedding, rural, ruralindia, traditions, travel, travelling, wedding, weddings
WORLDWIDE | Fri, 20 Dec 2013 | By connectlocally | Views  | Comments 
Mangos, turkey with stuffing, fresh prawns and yorkshire puddings floating in rich homemade gravy. How can all of these flavours represent the same tradition world wide?
We've asked the staff here at World Nomads "What does Christmas Taste like to ... Read more >
Tags: christmas, culture, family, food, traditions, travel
USA | Thu, 3 Oct 2013 | By travel-tips | Views  | Comments 
"Look how tall you've gotten!" family members would squeal as I was growing up, patting me on the head.
"My gosh, isn't she just the cutest?" a family friend would exclaim at a cookout reaching for my face to pinch my cheeks.
There's a certain ... Read more >
Tags: ceremony, hawaiian, solo travel, traditions, travel, usa
USA | Sat, 29 Jun 2013 | By gcmfoto | Photo Gallery
The world appears to evolve at different speeds. Caught in the mire of smartphones, 30 mbs internet, the latest flic, the coolest gadgets, and the newest thingamajig that marketers will convince us to buy, we often forget to see that some people simply ... Read more >See all 5 photos >>
Tags: chiapas, maya, mexico, san cristobal, traditions
INDONESIA | Wed, 9 Jan 2013 | By sharingandinspiring | Views 
For some people in the Javanese society who lives in Yogyakarta, traditional medication is still favored and considered better than modern treatment. One of the most common is by drinking a herbal medicine so called Jamu, like the ones known in a local ... Read more >
Tags: culture, health, people, traditions
INDIA | Sun, 6 Jan 2013 | By nomad_at_heart | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry
Why do I take pictures? Well, somehow gradually and naturally it has become a part of my habitual routine while I am away on my consecutive assignment as a volunteer or just visiting a place as a tourist. It has become a part of my "job", but I'm not ... Read more >See all 5 photos >>
Tags: celebrations, city life, culture, customs, india, rajasthan, traditions, travel photography scholarship 2012, varanasi, village life
GERMANY | Wed, 28 Sep 2011 | By connectlocally | Views  | Comments 
As the country that has given the world
words such as ‘schnapps’, ‘stein’, and ‘Oktoberfest’, it’s no secret that
Germany loves a drink. Whether
you’re on a foodie tour or simply ready to party, the breadth of locally
produced liquor and places ... Read more >
Tags: beer, berlin, connect locally, drinking, food, germany, partying, schnapps, traditions, travel
SOUTH KOREA | Tue, 2 Aug 2011 | By OffTheBeatenPath | Views  | Comments 
Since the Korean War, South Korea has remarkably built itself up to
become a leading world-class country.
It is a large exporter of cars and electronics, produces talented filmmakers
and athletes, and serves as a major hub for travelers coming ... Read more >
Tags: adventure, asia, food, hiking, off the beaten path, south korea, traditions, travel
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In a remote village in Bihar, a young boy carefully sets himself up to complete his school homework. The night is almost unbearably hot, and the flickering candle throws out a tiny sphere of light. Education is increasingly seen by the village elders as the way forward and out of poverty, with more boys and girls now starting, and staying, in school than ever before.
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Detail of interior frescoes of a wooden church, Romania.
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