|Joined : January 21st 2016|
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Jayant N G
I am an MBA with close to 7 years of experience in corporate into Talent Acquisition. Always wanted to travel across the world and started with the same, though with baby steps. Started exploring our beautiful planet on my Royal Enfield. Going to share my travel experience in my travel blog both through words and pictorial representation. View "gnjayant" Travel Blog
|Joined : January 13th 2016|
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My father used to travel to the green hills of Assam, India due to his work. When I was a little boy, I went with him to see the vastness of the Nature, holding his hand. He is the one who instilled the love for the Nature in me. Everything I love in the Nature today, I owe to him.
I live in Canada for many years now. But my love for the Nature and the outdoors is everlasting in me. Traveling and photography is my passion. Although I visit the tourist areas, but I rarely spend much time there unless there are some historic interests. I often travel to off the beaten path of the Nature, jungles and mountains, rural areas. While traveling to such places, I mingle with the local people; it is so exciting to understand their way of life and culture! To me, travel blog is not merely a statistics of traveling from ‘A’ to ‘B’. It’s an open book about the life of the common people, their joy and the sorrows, their feelings and livings, their affection and friendship. I am not an acclaimed writer, but I try to capture those in my writings as best as I could. In addition to traveling, I enjoy my favourite sports of paragliding, microlite, zip lining etc. if they are available wherever I happen to visit.
This is my personal travel blog and I would love to share my travel experiences with anyone who has similar interests. Please feel free to invite me to discuss any travel matters of mutual interests.
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|Joined : January 3rd 2016|
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I am taking my opportunities where I can and experiencing as much of the world as possible. There is so much to see and do, I've barely brushed the surface!View "globaltrekker" Travel Blog