With Mt. Kanchenjunga as the backdrop lies the memorial for the great soldiers who fought for their motherland.
If there’s so much patriotism in this country, the credit goes to these courageous soldiers in the past. Like in India Gate, Batasia Loop bears the name of those heroes who helped set this country free from the colonizers.
May you always remember this day with so much gratitude to those people who make this possible.
Delhi is way more diversified in general. It is where mostly post-modern arts, architectures and even all-things-trendy co-exist with their historically-significant places (e.g forts, sites).
Here’s for my second leg of adventure in Lake Holon. Nyay! 😀
Originally, I planned to post to make a draft that is only good for one post. Then, suddenly, I found myself reminiscing all the memories, small and big details alike until I realized, one post isn’t good enough. Hah! So here’s for my second treat. First one if here. 😉
After feeling quite nostalgic with the Puerto Princesa’s hidden history and it’s ever abundant indigenous products, we found ourselves back to the road again. The road which would lead would to Puerto Princesa’s other famous destinations.