To begin with, if you haven’t read the second post in this China and Korea special, then please do so before reading this one. Day 8 – Guilin: We took a flight from Hangzou airport, where our hosts kindly dropped us at 6 am to board a domestic flight for Guilin in the south-east corner […]Read more "Exploring China – Guilin, Xian & Beijing (Part III)"
No. That is a liberal-left construct. There are 50 Muslim majority countries in the world and the Trump administration only imposed a travel moratorium on citizens of 7 of those. But the left wingers in the US and around the world would have us believe something that simply isn’t true. I am not in favour […]Read more "Did Trump really ban Muslims?"
Part 1 of the travelogue, in case you haven’t read it yet is here. Feb 26: Iran air operates direct flights between Bombay and Tehran, but for some reason, you cannot book those tickets online. So I had to settle for the cheapest option, Kuwait Air. Before the flight, I had to spend some time […]Read more "In the footsteps of the Persian Empire – Part 2"
Before I begin, based on the input received from my readers, I’m breaking down this travelogue into smaller posts. So this is the first section. I might have separate posts going ahead, or add the next section to this post, so eventually it will become a complete travelogue in the end. Please view the accompanying […]Read more "In the footsteps of the Persian Empire (26 Feb to March 11, 2012)"