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Our picks from this week’s travel headlines
They say that no two sunsets are ever the same, like how no two cups of cappuccino can have the same froth. Okay, maybe the second analogy is just mine, but let me present you with some of the most breathtaking sunset pictures submitted to the travel 3sixty° Photoblog (so far).
Compiled by: Irvin Hanni
Train journeys, most certainly, offer breathtaking scenery, but get ready for spectacular sights when you pull into some of the world’s most amazing train stations – symbols of past empires that have survived wars and the onslaught of urban development.
Words: Efi Eqbal Images: Inmagine, Getty Images & Corbis
Regarded as the Queen of the Arabian Sea due to its enviable location on the Malabar Coast, the port city of Kochi (formerly Cochin) in the Indian state of Kerala once attracted Arabs, Phoenicians, Portuguese, Dutch and English traders, who were lured by the lucrative spice trade. From its heritage buildings that tell of a storied past to culinary traditions that meld East and West, Kochi is a charm to explore, as photojournalist Adam Lee discovers.
Words: Chitra Santhinathan Photography: Adam Lee & Beverly Rodrigues
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