How I Captured Beauty Of Bangkok

Going for a stroll in a new city is always full of fun, excitement and adventure! This is what I felt while walking through the streets and lanes of Bangkok – one of the most visited cities in the world. Whenever I get time I try to walk around and explore a new city. The following snaps were taken around Khaosan road, where I was staying during my trip to Bangkok. While walking I came across many beautiful buildings, colorful food stalls and coffee shops and bars bustling with people. The more you walk, the more you get to know a place and its people. All the images have been taken with a Honor 9i.

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Encounter With Wild Animals At Chitwan National Park

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I wanted to do something wild on my birthday, so I arranged a meeting with deers and rhinos at the Nepal’s famous Chitwan National Park. I crossed the beautiful Rapti river to reach the main entrance of the Park, which is a World Heritage Site.
There I joined a group of eight tourists and a guide, on a jeep safari. The bumpy ride began in the hot and humid climate and we saw huge trees and an array of vegetation.
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But no one looked excited for not being able to spot any wild animal. After almost one hour, our patience paid – we saw a couple of rhinos and deers. We also came across some very beautiful and colorful birds and langurs, much to the delight of my co-travelers.

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There was a Crocodile Breeding Center too inside the park, but I chose to skip that as our jeep safari had already taken around five hours.

At the end I bid everyone goodbye and returned to my hotel at Sauraha Village, few meters away from the park. The whole area is replete with hotels, resorts, cafes and bars. So advance booking is not required even in peak season. I stayed at a small hotel and its owner had arranged everything for me, including the safari trip to the park.

Besides, many tour operators provide other activities such as bird watching, hiking and cycling. Two days are enough to explore the whole place. In the evening, the place becomes more lively and soothing. I reached Chitwan from Kathmandu via a deluxe bus. It took approximately five hours to reach there. If you are an avid wildlife photographer do carry a zoom lens. Also, do not forget to carry water bottle, sunscreen lotion and a hat.

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My Pokhara Sojourm

Pokhara is one of the top tourists destinations of Nepal, providing a major boost to the Himalayan country’s tourism sector.

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Pokhara got added to my itinerary during my Nepal trip on the advise of some of my friends. The city attracts a large number of tourists as it is the starting point for them to kick off their trek to the Annapurna mountain. Phewa Lake is one of the most attractive tourists spots in the city, offering stunning views.

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During my two day-stay in Pokhara, I spent most of time on the bank of the lake, viewing endless sky and pristine water. A number of water-sports activities are conducted on daily basis for tourist at the lake. The prices of these activities are fixed so no scope of bargaining.

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However, I opted not to indulge in any sports. When it comes to accommodations, the city is home to a number of hotels, hostels and resorts and one could easily avail them without much hassle. So advance booking is not required. A number of bars, cafes and restaurants will welcome you once you land there.

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Interestingly, I found evening more relaxed and soothing than morning. Bikes and bicycles are available to explore the city, a place where I would like to come again and again.

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Review Of My Passport Wireless Pro: Wi-Fi Mobile Storage

As any other travel photographer, the pictures that I click are part of my hard work and sweet memories. I take no chances when it comes to preserving and storing these pictures. Mostly I store the pictures in a hard disk. I mainly prefer using reliable and industry’s best hard-drive. My search for a reliable hard drive ended once I got familiar with Western Digital’s unique hard-drive, which was launched recently.

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I was impressed with its features, which makes it different from others.
The device has an in built Wi-Fi system, which allows you to connect it with your smartphone or tablet via the free WD MyCloud app for iOS and Android.

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Being handy to use and smart in design, the device is expected to catch the attentions of others. I am sure its smart features will surely motivate you to buy this multi-purpose device, which is available around Rs20,000-21,000.

Product Features
Wireless storage wherever you go: Built with wireless 802.11ac techonology, you can quicky transfer images and videos wirelessely from a compatibale camera. Once on the drive, you can back up, view or edit your shots with a connected tablet or laptop.

Save Time With SD 3.0
Equipped with an SD 3.0 card reader, you can quickly back up photos and videos on the fly. Offload your camera’s entire SD card in one move and keep your workflow running smooth.

All-Day Battery Life: Up to 10 hours of continuous use. Bring it on all-day photo shoot and stay out in the field longer. Take it on a long trip and continuously stream videos on the road of in flight.

Built-In Power Bank: Charge your smartphone or other USB devices on the go with the integrated 6,400 mAh power bank.

Super-fast USB 3.0 transfer Speeds
Save time when moving or backing up. RAW images or HD videos with the transfer speeds of USB 3.0.

Import Media From External USB Devices: Use the convenient USB 2.0 port to easily transfer media from an external USB storage device, like a compatible DSLR or CF card reader.

Access Files Wirelessly: Wirelessly connect My Passport Wireless Pro to your mobile devices using the My Cloud mobile app so you can view, organize, edit and share your media files from anywhere with your tablet and smartphone.

Create Your Own Internet Hotspot: Use My Passport Wireless pro as a Wi-Fi hub to share an Internet connection with up to eight devices.

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