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Kalka Shimla Toy Train Journey

Kalka Shimla Toy Train Journey

I love to travel by “Toy Trains”, these trains still have an old world charm. I am fascinated with these toy trains and can travel to a place if there is a toy train travel involved. We have been planning to travel to mountains to get some respite from hot weather of Delhi. I finalized and planned our recent trip to Shimla and decided to travel by toy train from Kalka railway station to Shimla. We traveled from Delhi to…

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Ajanta, Ellora Caves and Lonar Crater

Ajanta, Ellora Caves and Lonar Crater

This trip happened as one of my friend’s travel companion had ditched her twice for this trip and she had to cancel the trip / all bookings twice. One fine day when we were talking, I asked her to plan a trip to Ajanta Ellora caves and she promptly agreed. We finalized our itinerary and dates. We planned a 2 weeks trips trip to Maharastra and Ajanta Ellora Caves were an important part of it. We took an afternoon flight…

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Kumbhalgarh Ranakpur – With Udaipur

Kumbhalgarh Ranakpur – With Udaipur

We went to Kumbhalgarh Ranakpur from Udaipur, which is approx 100 km from Udaipur. Kumbhalgarh is not well connected with Udaipur by public transport. We booked a taxi a in advance and decided to leave at 8.30 AM, we hired the taxi for next two days. After breakfast in the hotel and we started for Kumbhalgarh. Our first stop on the way was Eklingji temple, which is popular among locals. When we reached, there was a long queue of devotees…

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Hampi Village – UNESCO’s World Heritage site

Hampi Village – UNESCO’s World Heritage site

Hampi is known for its temples and ruins. It’s a UNESCO’s world heritage site. These ruins are spread on both sides of Tungabhadra River and there is so much to see. Most of these ruins are in bazaar side of the river and another side has comparatively lesser places to visit. The other side of the river is more popular among those foreign and Indian travelers, who just want to relax in the middle of paddy fields. This side is…

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