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V | Transformers | X Men | May 13: Imphal> Moirang Kangra Fort is closed on Tuesdays | Manipur State Museum | Loktak Lake | Bus from the crossroads after the women markets | The largest lake of the North East | Adorned with thousands of small weed islands | A group of school kids guide us to the top of a hill overlooking the vast expanse of green speckled waters | A rebel ray escapes the clouds to touch the glimmering lake | Processions against inter tribal group killings | May 14: Bus to Guwahati | 6 AM Crossing into the ancient hills of the now dormant head hunting tribe, the Nagas | Kohima | hot Dimapur | along the Brahmaputra to Guwahati May 14: ISBT> auto rickshaw> Railway station | railway station> Sealdah | 10 PM May 15: 7 PM | Sealdah | Taxi to Salt Lake City May 16: Salt Lake Pinku's party | drinking and weed wave and singing and guitar | May 17: Salt Lake Theatre | "The Bigger Piece of Fish" | beer garden | meeting people |May 18: 9 AM | Train to New Delhi...
North East India: The Untouched Beauty
Trip to mystical North East
Trip to the hills, plains and the green cover of north east India
You have to go there as early at around 4 am to get a seat there and for a good view, if you are late it would be fully packed and you'll need to stand there for the sunrise.For a good view of the sunrise and if you don't want any one in front of you, you need to sit on east corner of the seating stand and enjoy the sip of hot coffee available there.The Kangchenjunga would be the right side of the sunrise, it was cloudy when we visited so didn't gt the view of the peaks ....
Gurudongmar, the Ladakh of the East
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Mesmerising North- East
We planned a trip to north-east during the weekend with a group of 4 persons.We boarded flight from Kolkata to Guwahati on 14/04/17.Upon arrival,we already had made arrangements for car which took us at first to the Kamakshya temple as it stays closed from 1.00pm to 2.30 pm.Thankfully,we had a wonderful & friendly driver with us who made every bit of the journey as smooth as possible.From there,we went directly to our hotel in Shillong.On way,we came across Umiam Lake,or as its called Bara Pani.As per its name,its vast in size,though as it was pre-monsoon,we couldn't see it in its full form.Later we spend some time in the Police Bazar,shopping the locally made items as gifts for back at home.Some items were really fascinating.The day ended in our hotel,which was pretty good,& a bit away from the busy area as per my request to the travel agent....