Rezaul Bahar

Iguazu Falls: Largest waterfall system on Earth

Diego Maradona. As we tread upon its soil for the first time, the richness and intricacy of its history unfolded before us.

1m ago

Seven continents, 100 countries

We have been to places.

6m ago

Arctic Circle: A trip to the land of glaciers

How vast is our planet? The answer may lie in how we perceive it. On the grand cosmic scale, the earth is minuscule, a mere speck invisible even under the most powerful microscope. However, on a human scale, it is truly enormous. 

10m ago

Kyrgyzstan: A tale of an eagle and a bond

The eagle man was waving at us; he wanted to tell us something. Our Kyrgyz driver was eager to start the 200 kilometres return journey to Bishkek after a day-long trip. However, we stopped to listen to what he had to say, and what we got remained the highlight of the tour.

1y ago

Jerusalem the land of Abrahamic religions

Let me be clear; as a Muslim, travelling to Israel is somewhat tricky. Even one of the most powerful passports in the world does not guarantee you an easy entry there.

1y ago

A trip to Maasai Mara-Serengeti

Some encounters and experiences are humbling and mind-altering. They serve as a reminder of our insignificance on the scale of the vast entities, the universe. Shattering our deluded belief of superiority, these experiences tell us that we humans are merely a minuscule part of Mother Earth.

2y ago
May 11, 2024
May 11, 2024

Iguazu Falls: Largest waterfall system on Earth

Diego Maradona. As we tread upon its soil for the first time, the richness and intricacy of its history unfolded before us.

December 16, 2023
December 16, 2023

Seven continents, 100 countries

We have been to places.

August 19, 2023
August 19, 2023

Arctic Circle: A trip to the land of glaciers

How vast is our planet? The answer may lie in how we perceive it. On the grand cosmic scale, the earth is minuscule, a mere speck invisible even under the most powerful microscope. However, on a human scale, it is truly enormous. 

June 17, 2023
June 17, 2023

Kyrgyzstan: A tale of an eagle and a bond

The eagle man was waving at us; he wanted to tell us something. Our Kyrgyz driver was eager to start the 200 kilometres return journey to Bishkek after a day-long trip. However, we stopped to listen to what he had to say, and what we got remained the highlight of the tour.

August 13, 2022
August 13, 2022

Jerusalem the land of Abrahamic religions

Let me be clear; as a Muslim, travelling to Israel is somewhat tricky. Even one of the most powerful passports in the world does not guarantee you an easy entry there.

June 2, 2022
June 2, 2022

A trip to Maasai Mara-Serengeti

Some encounters and experiences are humbling and mind-altering. They serve as a reminder of our insignificance on the scale of the vast entities, the universe. Shattering our deluded belief of superiority, these experiences tell us that we humans are merely a minuscule part of Mother Earth.

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