Lamhatta – Heaven in the Pines
Ranikhet – In the lap of Kumaon's pine forests
Dalhousie to Khajjiar – Pick your pine cones!
Of pine cones, snow sliding and sweaters in May: Dodital – Darwa Pass – Hanuman Chetti trek
There is a guilty pleasure in knowing that there are places to whose names half of the population cannot put a picture to; the Dodital Trek consists of many such places—untrodden paths punctuated with tiny, villages, hints of snow on ridges of the Dhauladhar range and meadows that remind you of a beautiful memory....
High on Pine and Apple Fragrant Air- Kinnaur
"Into the Pines"
Covering a distance of 350 kms in a day was awesome.We started our trip from Chandigarh travelling on my Royal Enfield bullet along with my friends as pillon rider.In this trip we travelled through amazing highway roads along with a lot of offroading.Weather was amazing,comapany was also amazing making this trip memorable.You all should try this day trip if u are nature lover and a passionate rider....
The pine forest at Dhanachuli
Srilanka - Solo but not Lonely
Cherrapunjee (Sohra) – A lonely but awesome place!
The Lonely Wanderer In Spiti Valley -Part 1
The Lonely Wanderer In Spiti Valley -Part 2
Chatakpur: Alone but never lonely
Lone trek to Khirganga
LADAKH : Novelty of the Lonely Island
Solo walk in lone hill of Assam- Haflong
Your Next Weekend at Lonely Vanishing Beach Chandipur
Ramblings of a lonely girl
Land of Lonely Boulders
8 day Nepali affair 9/12 Lonely Planet experiences
7 day trip to Nepal - Adventure, Heritage, Pubs & Nature Some quick things about Nepal (specifically from an Indian traveler's perspective) 1) Indian currency can be used at 80% of the places including shopping outlets by the roadside 2) 500- 1000 Re notes are not allowed, only 100 and denominations less than that 3) Food takes incredibly long to come to your table, average time after placing an order is around 25-30 mins, and if you order in two rounds you will end up watching the ceiling for a long time to go 4) Road travel is the best means of transport however be aware that the average speed on highways is about 25- 30 kmph, it may be much longer in case of traffic jam (mostly due to an accident) 5) In Apr, its cold in the mornings and nights but afternoons are very warm 6) Alcohol (& especially beer) is avaialble everywhere in Nepal, it would be a stupid idea to buy anything at the Duty free shop ;) 7) All cafe's, however small have free wifi, get in - ask for Wi-Fi password and chill out...