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Biji Ravindran

I am the mother of a wonderful boy, who is 9 and half months by August 2012. Writing is my passion. I have worked as a freelance copy editor and content/ghost writer for a UK based publishing firm, and also worked as their Editor-in-Chief for a year. I have expertise in writing articles from various niches including health, finance, law, technology, travel and lifestyle. I love traveling and pursuing hobbies such as knitting, reading and crocheting. I long to travel around the world some day and would love to jot down my experiences, be it good or bad. Looking forward to a wonderful writing experience with "The Circumference."

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Engage in Ultimate Shopping Spree at the Heart of Helsinki

Created on September 03, 2012 by Biji Ravindran, Writer

With endless opportunities, Helsinki, otherwise called the "Daughter of the Baltic" has much to offer to its locals and visitors alike. Whether you are a local Finnish or a tourist visiting Helsinki, a visit to the open air market, Kauppatori will surely be an interesting one. Catering to the varying needs of each and every market visitor, the Kauppatori market is a great delight for all in both summer and winter. From unique Finnish souvenirs and crafts to fruits, baked food and seafood, the Kauppatori or the Market square is a one-stop solution for everything in your shopping list. Located beside the harbor with amazing views and a spectacular ambience, this centrally located market showcases bright-canopied stalls that are great delight to the eyes. Of ...

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Mercado Central, Santiago, Chile

Created on September 03, 2012 by Biji Ravindran, Writer

Site Keywords (use one of these words once) - world travel, best place to travel, best travel destination, travel the world Central Keywords (use two or more consistently throughout) - Mercado Central de Santiago, Santiago Central Market, Mercado Central Santiago Affiliate Keywords (use as many as best you can) - hotels in Santiago, things to do in Santiago, flights to Santiago,

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Experience the Warmth of Dutch Renaissance at the Frederiksborg Palace

Created on August 05, 2012 by Biji Ravindran, Writer

Denmark is one of the best travel destinations in the world and also holds the largest Renaissance palace in Scandinavia, Frederiksborg Palace. Popular for its approach towards green living, the small nation has much to offer tourists. Frederiksborg Palace, once the residence of King Christian IV, is now The National History Museum and Denmark’s largest gallery. Located in the vibrant town of Hillerod, Frederiksborg Palace has deep roots in the towns history. Built in the early 17th century, the walls of Frederiksborg Castle echo stories of the Dutch renaissance and the Danish Kings who ruled here. It was the coronation venue for many Dutch Kings who reigned during the 17th and 18th centuries. The National Historical Museum houses a valuable collection of paintings, portraits and ...

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Kashmir Valley

Created on December 30, 2010 by Biji Ravindran, Writer

Site Keywords (use one of these words once) - world travel, best place to travel, best travel destination, travel the world Central Keywords (use two or more consistently throughout) - Kashmir trekking, trekking Kashmir Valley, Affiliate Keywords (use as many as best you can) - hotels in Srinagar, flights to India, things to do in Kashmir

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Ride The Ngong Ping Cable Car to Lantua Island's Big Buddha

Created on December 19, 2010 by Biji Ravindran, Writer

Whether you are a tourist looking for a 360 degree view of the beautiful Lantau island or an ardent Buddhist longing to take an inspiring walk under the Big Buddha statue, a ride on the Ngong Ping Cable Car will send your sights soaring. Situated away from the hustle and bustle of the Hong Kong city, the Buddha statue on Lantau Island sits amidst lush mountain scenery. The Big Buddha, known in Chinese as Tian Tan Buddha, is the second largest Buddha statue in the world and a popular pilgrimage centre in Asia. Erected in 1993, the 34 meter high bronze statue sits beautifully opposite to the Po Lin monastery. Unlike other Buddha statues that face South, the Big Buddha of Lantau Island faces North. ...

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Discover Puente Nuevo, Spain

Created on October 18, 2010 by Biji Ravindran, Writer

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Nacreous Cloud Watching in Norway

Created on October 18, 2010 by Biji Ravindran, Writer

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Learn the Secret Behind Ramen at the Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum

Created on March 06, 2010 by Biji Ravindran, Writer

Making instant ramen noodles at home isn't overly exciting, but visit the Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum in Osaka, Japan and making them will take on a whole different experience. Here, you get to become a part of the instant ramen noodle-making process, right from scratch. Sound interesting? Well here you are your own cook, designing your new favourite noodle and experimenting with various flavors. The Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum houses a wide collection of the instant ramen sold over the ages. From the packaging materials to the types of instant ramen noodles, everything is on display. Though the name sounds interesting and yummy, some of the flavours Ando dreamt up are bizarre. The museum provides a perfect display of how Ando’s workshop has ...

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Traversing the Grounds of the Lost Heligan Gardens

Created on October 20, 2009 by Biji Ravindran, Writer

A beautiful garden spread across hundreds of acres of the Heligan Estate belonging to the Tremayne family of Cornwall, England, was neglected during the second decade of 20th century, as the staff went on to fight in the first world war. As a result, the Heligan gardens were lost for almost 70 years, until the devastating hurricane of 1991 gave a second life to it. The abandoned gardens were discovered by Tremayne descendants Tim Smit and John Willis. From being a thing of the past, the gardens of Heligan were restored to its old charm after a lot of hardship with grants from Countryside Commission. A contract was signed between the Tremayne Estate and Heligan Gardens Limited, and the garden was open to the public ...

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Tour the Legendary Ho Chi Minh Trail on the Back of a Soviet Era Motobike

Created on March 20, 2008 by Biji Ravindran, Writer

Drive into the infamous impenetrable forests along the Ho Chi Minh Trail, once a supply chain during the Vietnam War. Site Keywords (use one of these words once) - world travel, best place to travel, best travel destination, travel the world Central Keywords (use two or more consistently throughout) - ho chi minh trail on motorbike, ho chi minh motorbike tour, motorbike the ho chi minh trail Affiliate Keywords (use as many as best you can) - hotels in Hanoi, things to do in Vietnam, flights to Hanoi

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