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We all practice our spiritual beliefs in our own little ways and as the holy month begins today, I’m grounded for the next few weeks reflecting a little harder on the blessings that surround me, focus on cleansing the mind to be free of intrusive thoughts and to arrive that state of (elusive) calm. Have a blessed Ramadhan everyone #karakoramrange #kashgar #kashi #karakoramhighway #xinjiang #chinachronicles #wanderlust #mountainporn #travelporn #exotictravel #mychinagram #syaandthesearchforhappiness
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Since last 8 years, I’ve been chasing wonders and collecting countries. It all started with three weeks of Eurotrip back in 2007 during which I got inflicted with an untreatable addiction to world exploration. After an year, I made up my mind to visit all 198 countries.
It’s been 56 countries so far and here are some highlights from the journey :
At one of the world’s best island – Santorini, Greece
At the lowest point on Earth, Dead Sea, Jordan
Get, set, ‘Gho’ at the world’s happiest country – Bhutan
Kissing my love at the world’s farthest city from the sea – Urumqi, China
Enjoying hot spring with friends at the spa town of the world – Rotorua, New Zealand
Showing the world the inspiration behind 20 Yuan at Yangshuo, China
Pretending to be a Masai in Kenya
At the highest motorable road of the world – Khardungla, India
When in Dubai, do it like Emirati do – Dubai, UAE
Climbing up the world’s only double decker living bridge – Meghalaya, India
Posing as a Cu Chi Warrior in Vietnam
At the Victoria harbor, Hong Kong
At the centre of the backpacking universe – Khao San Road, Bangkok, Thailand
At one of the world’s most remote border crossings – Irkeshtam pass, Kyrgyzstan/China
In awe with the beauty of Laos
Pole dancing in a yurt in Osh, Kyrgyzstan
After remarrying my girlfriend at Dongguan Mosque, Xining, China
Pretending to be a Baba in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
In awe with the beauty of Kyrgyzstan
Stilt fishing in Sri Lanka
At the largest ensemble of Buddhist reliefs in the world – Borobudur, Indonesia
Chilling at the Stonehenge, England
With the most-photographed mountain in the world – Matterhorn, Switzerland.
‘Yes, I did it!’ moment at the great pyramid of Gyza, Egypt
With one of the best sunset ever – Boracay, Philippines
Riding the fastest at the world’s largest metropolitan area – Tokyo, Japan
Meditating in the sea of temples – Bagan, Myanmar
At the only city in the world that straddles two continents: Asia and Europe – Istanbul, Turkey
At the largest religious monument in the world – Angkor Wat, Cambodia
In the land of Marco Polo and Nikola Tesla – Croatia
In one of the cleanest capitals in the world – Stockholm, Sweden
In the world’s most expensive city – Oslo, Norway
In the land of Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar and the Serengeti – Tanzania
This New Year, start by tracking your happiness every single day. Neither do you need to install an app nor you need to be active on social media.Pick a pen and mark. Let us go primitive.
How? It’s simple!
Everyday before crashing on bed, look at yourself in the mirror and ask – How was your day? Mark your response on this calendar by making the corresponding emoticon.
HWYD calendar is a funny and unique calendar in which you can represent graphically your everyday mood.
Each day can be represented by a clear emoticon face to draw how you felt that day. We suggest five moods : Very Happy, Happy , Vexed, Shocked and Scared. You can also draw many other faces or even include little notes that you might want to remember.
There are 365 emoticon faces in the calendar, one per day, numbered and ordered by month. You can start the first day of the year or in any special date, like for example an anniversary. Once finished, the calendar becomes a very personal keepsake that can decorate a special corner of your home.
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