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Travelogue for longest duration
Prakash Bang (b Oct 2, 1956) of Pune, Maharashtra started a first-person blog/ travelogue in 2009. As of April 4, 2016, he had covered 373 destinations within 40 countries, from Antarctica to Slovakia. His blog on www.YoGoYo.com had 2,96,266 words and 10,374 images of all the places he has visited.

Dear Fellow Traveller,

I am delighted to share with you my personal travel experiences.

Travel is my business. And photography is my hobby. The combination, I believe, comes in handy to travellers like you.

I have been travelling since late 80s. I have covered hundreds of destinations across 64 countries. Sadly, because of lack of high resolution pictures and notes, not all destinations are featured in these pages. However, what you see now and hereinafter will certainly help you to get the most from your trip.

For now, you have access to 442 destinations across 52 countries. There are 12,708 pictures. If you are interested in any of the images to cheer up a wall, just let me know. I will enlarge to a suitable size and sign it for you. The cost of archival-quality printing and delivery will depend on the size and the delivery destination.

I am also happy to give you wallpapers. Feel free to download. Keep visiting this page. A new picture will be uploaded every week.

I look forward to your feedback.

Travel happy!

Prakash Bang
Editor in Chief

Prakash… somewhere around.
Prakash Bang at Mudrike Village, Bosnia & Hezegovina
Prakash Bang's 442 Posts:

Featured Travel Post:

Siem ReapSiem Reap, Cambodia: Home to the world's largest temple complex
Siem Reap, a resort town in northwestern Cambodia, is the gateway to the ruins of Angkor, the seat of the Khmer kingdom from the 9th–15th centuries. The name "Siem Reap" can be translated to mean "Defeat of Siam" (Siem in Khmer), and is commonly taken as a reference to an incident in the centuries-old conflict between the Siamese and Khmer kingdoms. According to oral tradition, King Ang Chan (1516–1566) had named the town "Siem Reap", meaning "the defeat of Siam", after he repulsed an army sent to invade Cambodia by the Thai King Maha Chakkraphat in 1549. Read more…

Few Highlights:

Toledo: The Imperial City
Toledo is known as the "Imperial City" for having been the main venue of the court of Charles V, Holy
Phobjikha: Home of the black neck cranes
The Punakha valley with its best-known marshland in Bhutan, is
Udaipur: City of lakes
Udaipur was founded by Rana Udai Singh and was the capital of the Rajput kingdom of Mewar, ruled by
Finland: Santa Claus calling
I will be honest with my ignorance. I knew nothing about Finland except of course that the country is the
Sibiu: The cultural capital
Instantly charming with a maze of cobbled streets and baroque squares undulating downhill, Romania's
Chengdu: In the province of the Giant Pandas
Off the 1500 or so Giant Pandas surviving all over the world, over
Gibraltar: Rock solid
Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula. It has an
Kuala Lumpur: Colours of warmth
This vibrant city has a little something for every liking. Shopping, lakes, gardens, modern

Wallpaper of the week:

Cruising Halong Bay, Vietnam

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