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Shivya Nath
With a home nowhere, I have everywhere to go. Travel blogger. Nomadic. Vegan. Drifter. Featured: BBC, TEDx. Instagram:
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Shivya Nath 6h
[NEW] The Blank Spaces on Our Maps: My upcoming adventures, the realisation that one lifetime is too short to experience everything in the world... 👣
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Shivya Nath 9h
Replying to @eeranilam
The post is from all over, based on my travels.
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Shivya Nath 9h
Replying to @I_twit_4_u
Thanks Anand, never too late to start your own journey :-)
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Shivya Nath 9h
Replying to @Afterglobedk
I was there yesterday and so happy to see the blossom again (last month in Japan 😉). Here for a week! Thanks for all the vegan recommendations :-) Have you guys moved out of Denmark now?
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Shivya Nath 9h
Replying to @ishenoy
I hope so! We so need more cyclists and less cars in Indian cities.
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Shivya Nath 9h
Make it happen! There’s a direct flight from Delhi now on
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Shivya Nath 9h
Indeed! So much thought’s gone into it.
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Shivya Nath 9h
This was like the most budget bike I could find to rent, and it turned out pretty awesome. Hard to take pics on cycling routes but will try!
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• Apr 22
What’s up y’all, plastic is polluting our oceans and ecosystems. Until recently I didn’t realize how much disposable plastic I actually use, so I’m gonna start being more conscious of that. Here’s a guide that can help you do the same. Also, try veganism
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Melvin Apr 21
via Secrets Behind Some of Japan’s Most Intriguing Traditions:
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Shivya Nath 11h
Hej from Copenhagen 👋🏼 Where there are more cyclists on the road than cars; where cycling lanes are as wide as bus/car lanes; where there is a set of traffic lights especially for cyclists 🚴🏽‍♀️ Here in collaboration with and already in love with the city!
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Shivya Nath Apr 22
Replying to @Afterglobedk
That would've been so awesome! Any tips for lesser-known places to hang out in the city?
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Shivya Nath Apr 21
I said no to a lot of things in my pre-travel days. But the more I travel, the more I learn to face fears that hide deep within me. And facing these fears has led me to some of my life’s most beautiful experiences:
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Shivya Nath Apr 21
Why Japan should be on your travel bucket list:
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Shivya Nath Apr 21
Replying to @doshijatin
Damn, the last clue was a total giveaway! 😉
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Shivya Nath Apr 20
Off on a new adventure! Somewhere I’ve never been before; one of the most sustainable cities in the world; home of the smørrebrød 👣 Any guesses where I’m off to?
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Shivya Nath Apr 20
Replying to @surekhapillai
You must be doing something right 😉
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Shivya Nath Apr 19
NEW* Vegan (and Vegetarian) Friendly Cafes and Restaurants to Indulge in Bangkok: 😋
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Shivya Nath Apr 19
Amazed by this 500+ year old traditional house in the obscure Raithal village of Garhwal - it even survived the 1991 earthquake which raised all other houses to the ground. Yet it’s abandoned now. And most such houses have been replaced. Sigh.
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Shivya Nath Apr 19
I hate to break it to you, but life doesn’t care that you plan to follow your dreams in a couple of years:
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