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Things you can’t miss in Kathmandu

Things you can’t miss in Kathmandu

I had been to Nepal twice, first time I had a solo trip. The second time I took my parents and one of my friend traveled with us. It was their first trip so, I was the guide ๐Ÿ™‚ From my experience, here is my list of things you can’t miss in Kathmandu. When I think about those trips, I feel fortunate because I had seen so many places of historical importance in good shape before the tragic earthquake of…

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Old Delhi food – Don’t count Calories

Old Delhi food – Don’t count Calories

I am fascinated with the food they serve in old Delhi(Purani Dilli). The feel and culture of Chandani Chowk/Old Delhi is very different from the New Delhi, same goes for the old delhi food. Initially when I started going there for food, I use to go to “Karim’s or Al-Jawahar”. Over the years after interacting with people who were frequent visitors and exploring on my own, I realized that food is much more interesting and tasty in smaller shops. Here…

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My Kerala Itinerary

My Kerala Itinerary

Here is my Kerala itinerary. We spent 10 days and visited many interesting places but I feel there are many more places, which I missed or in some places, we spend very less time. We traveled from Delhi to Cochin by air and then we hired a cab for the complete trip as I was traveling with my parents.ย Tips when traveling with elderly parents If you are on the budget then trains and buses have good connectivity to all parts…

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Celebrating Republic Day

Celebrating Republic Day

My usual Republic day celebration is watching Parade on TV and enjoying Parathas with curd & pickle. This is a routine since childhood and still, enjoy watching Parade and stuffing on Parathas ๐Ÿ™‚  

Bara Pani on the way to Shillong

Bara Pani on the way to Shillong

When I went to the northeast, I planned 2 nights stay in Shillong.It is connected to Guwahati with National highway 40 and best way to travel to Shillong. I have hired a taxi from Guwahati for the entire trip. We started our journey in morning to avoid the traffic of Guwahati. On the way, we stopped at a non-descriptive place for breakfast. There is nothing to write about the food we had but yes it was fresh and filling. After…

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Orchha sightseeing- Other then it’s monuments

Orchha sightseeing- Other then it’s monuments

Orchha is a small town but,due to its fort, Cenotaphs, and temple tourists visit it. There are many popular places to see in Orchha but this post is about undiscriptive places in Orchha sightseeing tour. There are many hotels of the different budget for all kind of travelers. Food options are plenty but honestly, it was hard to find a place where I can have a good meal except for breakfast when we had freshly made stuffed parathas. The people…

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Majnu ka Tila – Little Tibet in Delhi

Majnu ka Tila – Little Tibet in Delhi

I had read a lot about this place and food available here in last 3-4 years but never got a chance to go through planned few times. Sometimes we go too far off places but didn’t go to new places in your own city. I finally went a year back for the first time to Majnu ka Tila. It was convenient to go, I took the metro and got down at Vishwavidhyala station (Vidhansabah is also close to the station)….

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Dudhsagar Waterfall Goa in Monsoon

Dudhsagar Waterfall Goa in Monsoon

I haven’t visited Dudhsagar waterfall Goa during my earlier two trips to Goa but this time, I had decided to definitely visit it. I was traveling with two other female friends and they also liked the idea. Dudhsagar waterfall gos is approx 65-70 Kms from most of the places in North Goa and there is no public transport system so, we hired a cab. We started around 9.00 AM, so that we can reach there by 10.30-11.00 AM as it…

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Shabari

Shabari

We were exploring the other side of Tungabhadra river in Hampi. We were visiting some historical places on that side and I had spotted this lady sitting in front ofย  Pampa Sarovar/pond (Which is practically in the middle of nowhere) selling fruits. There were only 4-5 people in the temple & Sarovar area. When I crossed her she asked me to buy some fruits from her, so as a curtsy I bought something from her. When I asked her name,…

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Jaipur by Night

Jaipur by Night

Jaipur is the city of monuments, palaces, and forts. As I mentioned in my another post, I visited Jaipur many times and discovered something new every time. I am not going to write about those things or what I had seen during the day in this post. Here I am going to talk about the things I had seen after sunset.i.e. Jaipur by Night. Jaipur looks totally different at night, illumination or lights on monuments adds a different dimension to…

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