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A Trip to the Land Of Thunder Dragon, Bhutan from Kolkata
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Maine sea Kayaking and Camping
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Amritsar: The Golden City
Two days affair with Kochi..
Dapoli – Where land ends!
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Head To Bannerghatta National Park For A Rendezvous With Nature
Kerala-one more time
Trek to Mahuli
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Culinary trail through Rome and Venice
Kerela - Kochi , Munnar & Alleppey
Tips : 1.When in Kerala don't forget to try the yummy local dishes : appam's with veg stew, iddiyapam's with chana curry ,puttu ,Malabar parotta ,onion pakoras ,banana pakoras ,chilli Bhajji ,local chocolates and the famous fish curry ,if you like non veg food.( Banana chips and jackfruit chips too ) 2.If you are a vegetarian ,no worries . there are many places that offer veg only food . 3....
Elephanta Caves - the island of cave temples!
A Trip to Kashid Beach
Tarkarli: Mother nature’s authentic magnificence
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Sunday Outing at Namma Bangaluru!
Kodachadri - The Thrill Begins Here...
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A FORAY INTO THE WILD
Amid the Idols of Ajanta
Haridwar and Rishikesh- The Ganga Aarti and Serene Beauty
Kerala with Kanyakumari on a Budget with 7 oldies for 9 days
Mooching Around In Mauritius!
Mesmerising North- East
We woke up and got ready for checkout as we had the Double-Decker root bridge on our must-see list today.We went from Shillong to the starting point of the trek to the Double-Decker in the Tyrna village.The trek consists of 4 km distance including about 7,500 steps (the journey on the 2nd half takes a toll on your calf muscles for the next 2 days).The road downwards to the bridge has 2 villages at intervals,& the people are very helpful.There are numerous places to halt & take a break,with local setups providing you water/lemon juice/frooti/chips,etc to keep you going.The believe me,the whole journey & the pain in legs for next 2 days are nothing compared to the beauty which you encounter upon reaching the bridge.The surrounding environment completely takes your mind in a natural unworldly beautiful place.Every bit of the are which your eyes can search for,is full of mesmerising beauty.If you start early,you can reach there before other fellow tourists & can soak in the serene & calm beauty of nature.Its also amazing how close & intricate relationship between man & nature,which is is really rare to find in such a scale.Well,when we came up,it took more time going down,for obvious reasons,we only wanted to rest our legs and so checked in our hotel....
Island of Sedateness: Khirsu
An evening in Rail Museum
Backpacking to Wellington ( New Zealand) Diary
I am fond of colours and festivals, being born and brought up in india( the land of festivals) i always love looking at portraits which depicts colours and has a story related to it. near the art gallery day 3: this day is a food day for me, fish and chips is one of the most desired food item in new zealand. so if you are travelling to wellington don't forget to try fish and chips. you can try in new town or cuba street. cuba street is very very lively, here you have thousands of restaurants varied of different culture, unique authentic food styles as well as you get to have good ICE CREAMS which i am very fond of. i will name few of the restaurants which i would love to go again if get a chance, AROY thai express, great indian restaurant, the oak satay noodle house. in new town there is a mexican restaurant viva mexico where you get variety of mexican food, i specially loved quesadilla here. you can get fish and chips here in new town. if you are here in Wellington try meat pies, pavlova it's yummy. i am sure after going to these n number of restaurants you might want to hit a club, mainly if you are on weekends, wellington is known for it's night life. guys, Friday, Saturday and Sunday would make you feel like christmas days. thousands of people on streets lining up for clubs. clubs here have very good dance floors and if you are a people loving person you would love hanging out and end up making new friends. i would recommend you to choose a roof top bar.The Aorist Rooftop Bar is a good place to hangout. the one thing i forgot to mention about cuba streets is bucket fountain. you get to see this in the end of the street. the cuba street the mexican restaurant i was talking about clubbing fun day 4 : i got to see seals. i am from India, i never ever got to see seals in India. to be honest i thought they stayed under water. to my surprise, thanks to my friends who took to me to see seals in Wellington. there is a place called red rocks where you can go really close to seals, they stink but they are the beautiful creatures in the world. i took so many pictures with them. i will post few in the end of the blog. there is one thing to note if you are going to red rocks you have to walk a lot to get to see the seals and one thing more don't touch them, they might bite you. you can also see small ponds which are surrounded by coral rocks. the water is blue and transparent but it's too cold , you might end up catching cold. but it's worth it. day 10: i was resting in these period of time and ended up doing some photography, hanging out with friends, going to clubs. on the 10th day i went to zealandia.It is formerly known as the Karori Wildlife Sanctuary,is a protected natural area in Wellington, New Zealand, where the biodiversity of 225 ha (just under a square mile) of forest is being restored....