The Real Beauty Of Ladakh Is Hidden Between Point A To Point B
Somewhere before Hemis Monas On the way to Chang La Pass ( Third Highest Point ) On the way to Tso Moriri Before Climbing Chang La On the way to Tso Moriri Chang La Top First glance of the Great Pangong Tso Pangong Tso on the way to Tso Moriri On the Way to Nubra Valley Nubra valley Pangong Tso Somewhere in ladakh Nubra Desert Leh City Pangong almost 20 km away from the starting point Pangong Tso Hemis Monastery Chang la baba Temple On the way to Tso moriri Pangong Tso...
This Photographer Points His Camera The “Wrong Way” At The World's Most Iconic Spots
Drive to the highest point of adventure – 'Everest Base Camp', Tibet
130 Countries travelled by Family (cumulative no) in 4+ Yrs using Airline/Credit Card/Hotel Points
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North Sikkim – Zero Point to Gangtok
Sikkim, especially North Sikkim, offers a complete package of scenic landscapes, breathtaking natural beauty and some of the most unforgettable memories for any nature lover, besides putting to test one' physical & metal endurance though some of the most dangerous & uneven mountainous tracks right in the laps of the mighty & beautiful Himalayas !...
This 21-Year-Old Girl Rides Solo From Leh to Kanyakumari To Make A Point About Women Safety
The Point of No Return-trekking to Tiger's Nest in Bhutan
A local guide smiles at us as he carries an elderly Japanese lady on his back.As she looks at us with a glee the guide tells us about such journeys - "on all paths as tough as this,there comes always a Point of No Return,from where it is easier to reach your goal than to return backwards.All must try and reach that point"....
Road to Paradise: Exploring North Sikkim-Yumthang Valley & Zero Point
Kolukkumalai- A sunrise point at Munnar
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Point Calimere Bird Sanctuary, Kodikkarai
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Mawlynnong: The Hidden Chapters of Meghalaya , some off route points.
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Gwaldam - Vantage point to the Mighty Trishul Peak
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Highest point of Kutch - Kalo Dungar
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Kasauli and the rogue Himachali
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From the coffee table to the plateau
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Ride to Tigers Point!
A LAYOVER IN SYDNEY
Family trip - God's Own Country and India's southernmost point
Night trek to One Tree Hill point
Mukteshwar - The cliff point
Bullet Points (part I) - Kanyakumari to Kashmir - Beginning With the End
Mountain point of view.
Bullet Points II (Mumbai to Mizoram) - Exploring the beautiful Andhra Pradhesh
Kalpa, the 'view point' of Kinner Kailash
2 Waterfalls and a Sunset Point - A perfect weekend getaway in North Karnataka !
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Trekking to Fort Mahuli – The highest point of Thane
Nandi Hills -Sunrise point
so it was a half a day trip on the outskirts, i got my comfortable seat behind a friends bullet.So we started out early morning around 5 and the plan was to reach Nandi for a perfect morning sunrise shot.All the way we were worried what if there is no mist or clouds, till the foot of the hills that kept us worried but as we started climbing it started getting colder and we could feel our bike cruising through the mist.One of a kind of experience so we got to the top and i quickly got down the bike in complete excitement i forgot there were vehicles behind me and one such vehicle rammed to the side of my leg, luckily the blow was small and the excitement adrenalin didnt make me feel any pain.We got the tickets and went in to see that the whole place was covered by mist so we thought of waiting for the sun too peep out unfortunately we waited till 10 a.m for the mist to clear and the mist was there to stay.In the meanwhile we tried to explore places in nandi (Couple of shady places,i had "cmon really early morning you want to do that" look at places) and i ended of taking pics of the locale rather than the sunrise.I came to a realization getting a sunrise in nandi is like playing a lotterry you need to keep playing and someday you might get lucky....