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Places to see in Paro and Photo blog

Places to see in Paro and Photo blog

Paro is the second biggest town in Bhutan and located in Paro valley as the name suggests. It is small neat and clean town. There are some beautiful buildings and a small market which consists of two rows of shops on both sides of one road. There are mostly souvenir shops and restaurants in this market, don’t expect something big. Here is my list of places to see in Paro and photo blog. I traveled by Druk air, so my…

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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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Thekkady, Periyar, Kumarakom – Jewels of Kerala

Thekkady, Periyar, Kumarakom – Jewels of Kerala

When we started from Munnar on sunny but cool morning for Thekkady, Periyar, Kumarakom. We were staying in tea garden area, so route we have chosen for Thekkady didn’t pass through the town of Munnar. We started from our hotel in tea garden area and driving through spice plantation. There was Cardamom plantation on the slopes, then I had seen Black pepper plants/vines on both sides of roads and other spices trees. There were small & big houses with some…

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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 🙂  

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 and It’s Fort Complex

Orchha and It’s Fort Complex

After traveling alone couple of times, finally, I was traveling two others girls. It’s always fun to travel in good company. I planned to travel by train to Jhansi, which is approx 15 km from Orchha. As usual, I suggested overnight trains (Journey is 6-7 hours from Delhi by train) and both of them agreed. I booked a train which was leaving at 11.00 PM and reaching at 5.30 AM, fortunately, our train got late 😉 and we reached at…

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How to click good selfies….

How to click good selfies….

Today I am going to write about something, which is not my forte but I have friends who are really good at capturing good selfies. This post is about how to click good selfies. One of my friend is so good at it that I decided to write on it with help of her tips. Her selfies are always good, I guess because of two reasons 1. She knows how to click 2. May be she is photogenic 🙂 Here…

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Bridge crossing Solution on Betwa River

Bridge crossing Solution on Betwa River

I came across a bridge in Orchha which has no side railing/balustrade on sides. It consists of just a cement road. The width of the road was just enough for a bus/truck and with one-foot extra space. It was one of the fun experience and we developed our bridge crossing solution. We crossed the road once in autorickshaw (Tuk-tuk) to go to the sanctuary and twice on foot to watch sunset/sunrise. After crossing the road couple of times, we got…

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Wordlessly Wednesday

Wordlessly Wednesday

Last year I was in Varanasi and while roaming around in market, I spotted this gentleman. There were 2-3 band people and relatives also accompanying him. He was wearing his wedding attire and going on cycle rickshaw, which is unusual because in India I had always seen groom sitting on horse back or car. It was kind of strange or I can even say funny to spot someone like this. This picture I felt like sharing in these days of…

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Drive from Leh to Pangong Lake

Drive from Leh to Pangong Lake

Pangong Tso (Lake) is world’s highest saltwater lake and is situated 160 km from Leh town. During my 9 days tour of Ladakh, I stayed for a night in tents near Pangong. This post is about my experience of the drive from Leh to Pangong Lake. I was traveling solo and found an all inclusive package which was slow paced compared to other available one line. The most interesting part was that despite being a group package, I had only…

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