Len Theivendra

Len Theivendra

Len Theivendra has traveled extensively all across the world having visited 70 countries in 6 continents. And it is through travel where Len gets to indulge in his other passion for photography. Len currently lives in Toronto and works in the hi-tech software industry as a senior engineer at IBM. You can read more about Len here and see more of his photography and travel shots by following him on Instagram, Facebook and Flickr

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Wadi Rum | Jordan | A Desert Adventure

Wadi Rum | Jordan | A Desert Adventure

| October 9, 2013 | 2 Comments

  Wadi Rum. Jordan. Just the name evokes images of grand deserts and endless dunes, the hot blistering sun, and bedouin roaming on camel trains.  It is the biblical desert, Lawrence of Arabia’s desert, and a worthy rival to the Sahara.  When I was planning my trip to Jordan, Wadi Rum was foremost on my […]

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Ethiopia | Coffee, Culture and Tradition

Ethiopia | Coffee, Culture and Tradition

| October 2, 2013 | 1 Comment

  Ethiopia, a country I was always fascinated by but never thought I could travel to and yet here I was. As the Emirates flight touched down at the airport, with sand and dust getting kicked up by the engines outside, all I could think of was sleep. It was early January, and I was […]

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Dhaka | Bangladesh | A Wedding Story

Dhaka | Bangladesh | A Wedding Story

| October 1, 2013 | 7 Comments

  I had finally landed in Dhaka after an overnight layover in Dubai. This was the first stop in an end-of-the-year tour of some South Asian countries, and for a special reason. My good friend Sara was getting married, as she and her husband had decided to have their wedding in their country of birth […]

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Moorea | French Polynesia | Photo Essay

Moorea | French Polynesia | Photo Essay

| September 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

  When I visited the French Polynesian islands, Moorea was the place I was most looking forward to exploring.  It is a less frequented island in this area of the Pacific, overshadowed by the legendary Bora Bora and Tahiti which garner all the attention. But given that it is only 25km from the big island, […]

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Istanbul | Turkey | Photo Essay

Istanbul | Turkey | Photo Essay

| September 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

  Blue Mosque at dusk: A classic icon of Constantinople and modern day Istanbul, it is the grandest mosque of them all, and the only one in the world with six minarets – Sultanahmet area   Inside the blue mosque, peering out of its ornate windows as the sunlight floods in.   Sultanahmet old town […]

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Rio De Janeiro | Brazil | Carnival and the City

Rio De Janeiro | Brazil | Carnival and the City

| September 25, 2013 | 1 Comment

  Copacabana Beach, the one beach to rule them all in Rio. A few friends and I visited what is arguably Brazil’s most iconic city during carnival time and Copa is at its busiest then. Raucous, loud, and unabashedly beautiful, Rio is a delightful attack on all senses.   Copacabana beach   The massive statue […]

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