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Tripoto in itself feels like a book with so many blogs and experiences โค๏ธ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜
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Lonely Planet Guides
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I'd recommend "My journey to Lhasa"
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I have some recommendation: 1) love & luck - jenna evans welch 2)love & gelato - jenna evans welch 3) hot tea across india - rishad saam mehta 4)i see london , i see france - sarah mlynowski 5) amy and rogers's epic detour
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The Alchemist - Paula Choelo
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I read that long back, might read it again. thanks
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Himalaya darshan by bandev ( in gujrati)
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Truck De India written by Rajat Ubhaykar
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The Alchemist
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I read Down Under, In Patagonia and many other interesting books. I combine traveling with reading literature, it inspires me. I also try to write literary works, of course not without the help of professional writers https://gradesfixer.com/ ,who help to avoid plagiarism and correct grammatical errors
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