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That is exactly the time when you need to take a break.Pack your bag and travel Well..Northeast-The place known as Seven sister of India that consists of Assam,Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya,Manipur,Mizoram, Nagaland,Tripura.Though i feel its the ignorant part of our India but the amazing places when you visit there makes you feel refreshed....
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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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Singapore Skyline Marina Bay Sands-Singapore's Iconic Structure Garden's by Bay Jurong Bird park Universal Studio Cloud Forest-Garden's by Bay Flamingo Lake-Jurong Bird Park Merlion Travelling to a distant land especially to visit your relative is an exciting experience .It was much exhilarating experience as it was my first international stopover.Singapore is an picturesque city with full of captivating sights and leaves one spell bound.Singapore was my abode for one week.The entire itinerary was thoughtfully planned by my cousin sister(Pushpa Arvind) with the appropriate details and guidance my trip was a successful one....
Up and Close....in a Mussoorie Village
.@ the Mall... .....but the journey up and down made everything worth it....the undulating slopes...the loops....the small little cottages peeping through and the sky kissing the mountains.... .....next day we set out again....this time to another village...Bediyana...lower than Gandiyala... ....yes...something different....away from the local tourist spots....we reached the village, Bediyana..... ........up the steep stairs...loft like..... ....and into their homes...wooden floors.....wooden cupboards, tea and a lot of warmth.... ....the parental house of the three sisters.... ....the land that they belong to.....this has been their backyard in their childhood... ......the city and the village meet at the edge of the world....one with an IPhone and the other with cycle tubes... .....the villagers take to clicking selfies too.... .....top of the world...looking down on creation....and the only explanation I can find....is the love of nature unspoilt.. .....its luncheon time....makke ke roti, sarson ki saag, dahi, chutney, salad....we are hungry and eat well.... ....post lunch we set out to their local temple uphill... .....meet some more villagers....who are all delighted... ....their temple... ....what a lovely, unspoilt place this is... .......a newborn kid..... .....gorgeous sunsets.... ....as dusk falls suddenly and we wrap ourselves in comforters...the children can't help entertaining us with their dance moves to the local Pahari music... .....and there in a remote village...in a remote family there smiles a Divya Rawat, State level Kabaddi player with all her awards and metals....made of stern stuff....the state should help pull out these champs, who have the yearning in them to do their country proud... ....after a good night rest in fairly comfortable, highly spacious rooms, shared bathrooms clean and with hot water,....and a hearty breakfast, the women folk get us to move with their dance steps and present us with a head gear...the ghantu... ....the families line up to bid us farewell.... ....on our way back, we detour and visit the gurgling waters of Yamunotri.... .......down the slopes.... .....its time to say goodbye to the mountains..... .....time to kill before we board the Mussoorie Express, a night train to New Delhi....we linger in Dehradun, near the station....have coffee and eats at... ...the Jail Cafe... .....a fun outing...before we head for the plains and back to our routine lives....