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Little Tibet - "Spiti"
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Agra to Jaipur - An Exotic Adventure Cycling Trip
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Splendid Sikkim & Darjeeling Bike Tour
Bangalore to Goa Bicycle Tour
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Goa - Rainy Season Heaven!!!
More than Backwaters....Alappuzha (Alleppey)
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Thailand Sojourn in 2015
Coral Islands Our diving instructor Bangkok Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise I find it real stupid how I kept avoiding going international (on my own & with my money), just because I wanted to start off on a bigger scale, going to Europe or USA and hence kept under-estimating the beautiful experience I would have got by visiting cheaper and nearby countries like Sri Lanka, Thailand, UAE or even Nepal for that matter....
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The Himalayan Odyssey of Nanda Devi
Beyond Bedni Bugyal only the hardy tag along with the procession that climbs to Pathar Nauchaniya and Baguwabasa and continues to the glacial lake of Roopkund; it then crosses the Jyura Gali, or alley of death, to camp at the meadows of Shila Samudra before it embarks on its final leg to Homekund and then returns to the village of Sutol....
A Complete Guide To Jaisalmer
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I Left My Heart In San Francisco
The Flying Car Public Transit (cable cars) Lombard Street steep streets of San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge Pier 39 Fisherman Wharf Pier 39 Alcatraz Prison Island In love with this picture Sealions Twin Peaks view San Francisco from the Treasure Island San Francisco is the city one falls in love with....
Egypt Diaries-A time machine travel
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Changthang Plateau & Pangong Tso-Ladakh
Though stunningly beautiful to look at,the meadows and valleys of Changthang are very inhospitable due to the harsh climatic conditions.The highlands of the plateau are inhabited by a nomadic tribe called Changpa who are Tibetan in origin.Around small hamlets in the valley,the Changpa people can be seen taking their livestock topastures.The sanctuary is home to many indigenous Himalayan wildlife as the black necked crane,ruddy shelducks,many rare species of gulls and animals as the marmot,the Tibetan gazelle,the blue sheep and the kyang(Tibetan wild ass).A bright sunlight can give way to a sudden hailstorm of rain and snow within minutes here.Sudden change in climate forced us to abandon our romantic hallucinations in the valley and move on.Changthang is a harsh but soothing place,may be we are saying this from a traveler’s point of view without facing the fury of nature as the natives have done over theyears.In a manner of saying,we admire the strong and hardy nomadic tribes who live in these lands and have done so over generations.The valleys in places like Kashmir or Manali are easy on the eye to behold,but these parts of Ladakh have a very rugged beauty to them and it stays with you for a log time.May be because these places are rare and difficult to travel to,may be because the place just overwhelms you while you stand there....