Ladakh, baby! Mesmerising Roadtrip. (part-1)
Whenever I had planned something small or big, most of the times it remained merely a plan and was never executed....
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We started our journey from Jalandhar city, me and my three other best friends (Aayushi, Arpita & Gaurav) in morning at 7:30 a.m. and it's raining..., nothing makes a road trip more fabulous than rain. We put our all stuff in the the car, hit the accelerator and let the journey begins. It takes 6 hrs to us to reach Palampur and the weather gives it's full blessing to us to make our road trip an awesome experience. It's raining all the way untill we reached palampur, and when it's rain in hills.., each and every creation of nature became more and more beautiful. The lush of greenery spread through all over the valley. The Clouds seems to be come more closer to us. So we driving through the clouds to our magical destination and that's the magic of Himachal.
St. Mary's Cathedral
Where: JalandharThe seat of the bishop of Roman Catholic Diocese of Jalandhar, the St. Mary's Cathedral is situated in the cantonment area of the city. Built in 1847, the St. Mary's Cathedral in Jalandhar is one of the must visit places in Punjab. Once you reach Jalandhar, take an auto towards Mall Road, from where the church is easily accessible.
Punjab is warm and welcoming no matter which corner of it you choose to visit. However, Jalandhar doesn't have much to offer in terms of making one experience that bonhomie, unless a plethora of temples work fine for you. But if you're on your way to a hill station (Shimla, Srinagar, Mussoorie etc) then some interesting stopovers could be the Pushpa Gujral Science City, where one can watch a planetarium show, earthquake simulator, flight simulator, virtual 3D show and many galleries and exhibits. One can never quite leave Punjab without experiencing at least a dash of it's vibrant and hearty culture, and for just that dash, Rangla Punjab Haveli takes the prize in this city. A charming Punjabi village themed resort with folk music playing in the background, the staff dressed in colourful phulkari jackets and tehmat-kurtas, serving mouthwatering Punjabi vegetarian dishes, that could making anyone feel every bit of that old traditional charm. Another such wonder is the restaurant Haveli, with the same lively ambiance and also shops where one can buy traditional Punjabi clothes. For amazing Punjabi non-vegetarian dishes, Baba Chicken is the place to go.
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