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Travel tips for India from Personal Experience

Travel tips for India from Personal Experience

While I was writing my last post, I realized that sometimes we come across so much information on the internet that we get biased about a place. This made me thought that there are so many misconceptions about India that people who had never visited India might be confused like I was about the country I had never visited before. Then I thought that I traveled in India from Ladakh to Kanyakumari and from Kutch to Assam as a solo…

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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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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.Β 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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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 πŸ™‚ Here…

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Forgive and Forget

Forgive and Forget

I have noticed that sometimes what people hate about others, they tend to do same thing knowing or unknowingly. They take same actions to equal the score in name of freedom of expression or action. I feel if we don’t like any habit of others in our life then the best thing is to not act in the same manner but usually, people don’t follow forgive and forget rule. There is somewhere inside them is an undetected urge to score…

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Misty Matheran Places to See (From Mumbai)

Misty Matheran Places to See (From Mumbai)

We (I and my friend) were in Maharastra for 2 weeks around end September and during our Maharastra trip, we visited Matheran from Mumbai. Our original idea was to take toy train from Panvel to Matheran but when we tried to book the tickets, we came to know that toy train doesn’t ply in monsoon months. We traveled by train from Sindhudurg and reached Panvel next morning.Β  Outside the station, we got a bus for Matheran but unfortunately, we didn’t…

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Tips for traveling with elderly parents

Tips for traveling with elderly parents

We all (Almost everyone πŸ˜‰ ) likes to travel. Same goes for our parents but they hesitate because they feel it is too difficult for them to travel in old age and they will burden us during holidays. I had traveled with my elderly parents few times for holidays and came across few things/challenges. From my experience, I would like to share few thoughts on this subject. Elderly parents are like small kids with special requirements, so patience is the…

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