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Solo exploring a bit of Kinnaur Valley at Himachal..
Initially I was apprehensive about finding accommodation considering its the last inhabited village and its near the Indo-China border there are very few guest houses but I managed to find one :). one of the roads in Kinnaur valley Anyway , If I have to describe about Chitkul in one word then "numinous' probably will be apt ...A short walk from the home stay and bam the Baspa river....so now picture this....you got the river flowing in front of you and when you look around ( 360 degree) ..completely enclosed by the mountains....up-close...few jagged peaks...few crinkled peaks, few snow clad peaks, pine trees covering one portion of the mountain like a blanket..air being ice cold...now the word numinous justifies it isn't it :) .....
Travel To Kashmir- The Paradise On Earth This Summer
A Journey To Glorious Kashmir In The Summers
Overnight in Pahalgam (B) You can stay at- Economy- Hotel Lidder Resort /Pahalgam Retreat Or Similar Standard- Hotel Abshar (Deluxe Room) Or Similar Deluxe- Pine Spring Or Similar This morning, proceed to Gulmarg- the 'Meadow of Flowers' an apt term for this idyllic flower - laden spot, offering a spectacular view of towering snow capped peaks covered with dense forests of tall conifers, gigantic firs and pine trees....
Quick Turkey Trip - Where east meets west
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Malshej Ghat - Buffet of waterfalls
Bushwick Beer, Bites & Street Art InstaWalk
Srinagar the lusty green paradise
Annecy - Venice of the Alps
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Karwar - A well kept secret
I will be utterly delighted :-) Signing off with these very apt lines penned down by the great literary (Nowhere else but in Karwar)- “Where the universe is expressing itself in the magic of its laws it may not be strange if we miss its infinitude; but where the heart gets into immediate touch with immensity in the beauty of the meanest of things, is any room left for argument?”...