At the easternmost reaches of Russia, halfway around the globe and eight time zones away from Moscow, lies the peninsula of Kamchatka. Almost 400,000 people inhabit this region, roughly the size of Germany.
Inle Lake is a unique microcosm of Burmese culture set amidst breathtaking nature. The way the people of the lake live arouses a sense of yearning and conveys the illusion of an archaic, perfect world.
India’s urban centers are hubs of opportunity - each with it’s own, unique character: In Bangalore IT rules, in Mumbai the film industry has reached global proportions. But what about Delhi, India’s capital?