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I Will Never Forget … Moments from 2012

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SubscribeFiled Under: Export, India, We Share,by Neeraj

In January itself, I had been hoping to finish writing about my “Moments from 2012”. I know it is March already, but its better late than never!

2012 was quite an eventful year for both, Bhakti and I. The beginning of the year was fairly quiet with my professional project winding down by the end of May. The action started in June when we temporarily moved to India.

License plates from each of the states we visited in India as well as from Bhutan. NL=Nagaland; WB=West Bengal; MZ=Mizoram; AS=Assam; MN=Manipur; SK=Sikkim; ML=Meghalaya; MH=Maharashtra; AR=Arunachal Pradesh; OR=Orissa (Odhisa); TR=Tripura and BP/BT=Bhutan.

License plates from each of the states we visited in India as well as from Bhutan. Can you guess which states we visited? Click on photo or mouse-over for the answer.

Some of the moments described here were really events, but 2012 was such a year!

Here they are in chronological order…

Video: Emerald Lake Hiking, Yoho National Park

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SubscribeFiled Under: Canada, Videos,by Bhakti and Neeraj

No trip in the Canadian Rockies is complete without seeing the Emerald Lake – a true jewel in the Rockies, which is less than a 10-min drive from the picturesque town of Field in British Columbia within Yoho National Park.

The video below was taken during an easy 5-km hike around the emerald-coloured lake that offers awesome panoramic views of the lake and mountains around it.

Video: Lake Louise, Banff National Park

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SubscribeFiled Under: Canada, Videos,by Bhakti and Neeraj

Located in Banff National Park, the picturesque emerald-coloured Lake Louise is considered to be one of the most beautiful lakes in Canada. And is it? You be the judge. Here’s a short clipping of the lake.

The emerald colour comes from “rock flour” (consisting of fine-grained silt-sized particles of rock) that is carried into the lake by melted-water from the over-looking glacier.