By: on July 26, 2016
Fort Kochi is the embodiment in bricks and mortar, of what every traveler’s dreams are made of. The beautiful vintage houses, the flower decked balconies with French windows, the inspiring wall art, the colorful streets; it truly is every globe trotters’ paradise. It is a sleepy town set amidst the Arabian Sea and the bustling city life of Ernakulam. I went to Fort Kochi for a one day solo trip, but for those of you planning to visit Kerala, I would suggest to keep a few days just for Fort Kochi...
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By: on July 19, 2016
Ah! Doesn't hearing this place 'GOA' makes us sound so happy and full of fun and excitement? Well it's one of the famous destinations which is visited by a number of people. Especially during the rains. When I thought of writing about my travel blog. I couldn't think of anything else but about this trip along with my family to Goa. For me Goa is like a second home. I visit Goa every year. But out of all my happy moments I remembered this one. Where I travelled with my entire fam jam. ...
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By: on January 21, 2016
Travelling or seeing places is an important part of our education. One cannot believe a fact to be true unless one sees it. Purpose of travelling is different for different people. Some travel for sake of pleasure,some for expansion of business. Travelling provides the benefit of sightseeing and gives pleasure . I am going to share my travel experience of Uttarakhand. Since,there is direct connection by train to Uttarakhand from Lucknow. So,we first went to Nainital and from there to visit othe...
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By: on July 20, 2016
“VOYAGE À UDAIPUR” May 2013! The month that brought the ‘much awaited’ light in the darkness of my life.Yes, my birthday was a week away and I had no shame in telling people that I had never been out of Jaipur. (Guess, all my shame had already gone telling this thing to people all these years while receiving their weird looks as a gift for my horrible confession.)But I was serious people! As they say, there is delay in god’s house but not darkness ....so even my prayers were finally answ...
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By: on November 19, 2017
Puri is a well known family destination spot, popular for its beaches and temples. It is located in Odisha and lies on the eastern coast of India, towards the Bay of Bengal. Puri not only lures people to its sandy beach, but also to its various temples which hide within themselves a rich heritage of the ancient Indian era. The most popular attractions are the Jagannath Temple, the Swarga Dwara (literally translated to Gate of Heaven) and the Golden Beach. My family chose to visit Puri because o...
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By: on April 13, 2016
I was very close to the signature page of my diary and since it was the last week of October I was anticipating I would not have to run for stationary before the new year eve.With calculated amount of coffee in my drawer I lay still surfing YouTube when my mood is disrupted by a not so frequent call.I received a warm call from home and no sooner had I learnt the recent chalking of our Himachal trip being scheduled than I had pulled out the coffee jar into the dustbin.Well,cozy family time was an...
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By: on June 15, 2016
A pizza or a burger is not something which you get free if you order for service tax,but which fills in your tummy at a very pocket friendly price. And if you are a student then this turns out to be advantageous to you. So I've been to this place called KING AND CARDINAL located at a prime location in Hyderabad city,which bakes amazing cakes and makes good burgers and pizzas. KING AND CARDINAL located at HimayathNagar serves some delicious burgers(both veg. and non.veg) The veg. burger I re...
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By: on November 18, 2017
Travel Trip to Rishikesh Rishikesh is a city in Uttarakhand in Indian in the Himalayan foothills which is very famous for river rafting , bungee jumping , hiking , etc. I , after completing my 1st year graduation examination planned a trip to Rishikesh along with two of my friends. Thrilled about everything from adventure sports to the pleasant weather which we were going to experience in the usually hot month for us , the North Indians , that is April. It was a two days' trip . With ...
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By: on July 25, 2016
After liking the backpacker's link on facebook me and my sister realised that we can think about going to Kasol . It was such a random decision for both of us . I no more regret now. After convincing our parents umpteen times we finally got permission . So our journey begins with six people , my sister knew them but i met them for the first time and i was the youngest of them all . We assembled at Civil Lines Metro Station , New Delhi which was our meeting point . We all were so excited as we...
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By: on August 4, 2016
The journey began from Pathankot railway station. Under the scorching sun only source of relief was cold water. Lesson 1. Always have shades with you even if you think you might not need them, trust me no harm in keeping them handy. Next we boarded the pre booked taxi and travelled to Banikhet which took 2.5hrs. The weather started taking a turn and soon the chilly wind started whispering in the ear. The road from Pathankot to Banikhet was much better than what I expected . Banik...
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By: on June 14, 2016
As quoted by Ernst Holmes, “Spirituality is natural goodness. God is not a person; god is a presence personified in us. Spirituality is not a thing; it is the atmosphere of God’s presence, goodness, truth and beauty.” This heavenly feeling and presence of the Almighty is undoubtedly felt in the pure and divine air of Ujjain city which is located on the eastern banks of Kshipra river in Madhya Pradesh State of India. According to Hindu mythology, it is considered among one of the seven holy ...
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By: on April 3, 2016
Travelling is undoubtedly one of the best mediums to get through stress. People by far opt in for this option midst their leisure time. We were frolickingly passing a bit of our time in Pune at my aunts’. So then, we decided to hop on to a jaunt where Sinhgadh was our cream of the crop. The very next day we hopped in the car at forenoon along with our prerequisites. The road map and the residents kept us going. The fellowship of the near and dear ones made the journey a white-knuckle ride. En ro...
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By: on January 16, 2019
Planning to go for coorg.....8th march!...its going to be the road trip from banglore!....searching for companions who can join in!
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By: on April 28, 2016
It was my twenty-first birthday and I was (of course) very eager to step into a new phase of life. My parents (they are the best) decided to make this a birthday to remember by taking me to a trip to one of those places that are yet to be invaded by the ever-increasing Indian Population - Andaman!! The Sea was calling me; and I had to go!!! As the marked date on the calendar closed in, my happiness knew no bounds and it all heightened when I saw the mesmerising green islands for the first time, ...
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By: on February 25, 2017
Who doesn’t need an exotic getaway? I guess each one of us longs for at least one in the year. But we all get confused when it comes to choosing the perfect destination. Right?  Same happened with me a year ago when I was planning to go on a vacation with my family. I was in dilemma to choose from a list of destinations. So I randomly chose to visit Pune and that random decision of mine turned out to be the most amazing thing that ever happened to me.  Night view of Pune Yes, finally I reach...
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By: on October 16, 2016
I was bemused whether to go for a college trip or not . Without thinking much I made a decision that travelling is always fun let's not drop the idea . When you travel you actually return to your life . Without enthusiasm , energy and passion you cannot lead your field you need to lighten up . Travelling makes you feel exhilarate . Come let's have a look at what all places I visited . We reached at New Delhi Railway Station 6 in the morning which was chock -a - block with people . Everyone was...
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By: on August 29, 2016
Maybe it is my age (only in my 40’s, but still!), I have now reached a point whereby ticking off a list of places and things to do are not on my priority list on my holiday. I do my research before I travel and figure out things I would like to see / do and spend time doing them well. I do not like wasting my precious holiday time on things I know I would not enjoy. It certainly has something to do with my profession too. I am in the travel business and to give honest feedback to clients I do ha...
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By: on July 30, 2016
The date was 7/06/2016 and I was going to Varanasi. I was travelling alone this time. I went to the airport by the ola cab from vaishali and it took me around 1 hour to reach the Indira Gandhi airport New Delhi. The day was beautiful and I enjoyed the company of the cab driver as well.I boarded my flight and reached to Varanasi in 50 minutes. Outside of the Varanasi airport my uncle came to pick me up. The way from the airport to home was so peaceful and there were fields on both of the sides o...
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By: on January 17, 2017
As the winter holidays arrived the thrill of going places got me. After tremendous persuasion I was able to bring my Dad’s foot in the car, and then there was no looking back. Everyone was excited for this much needed break, whether it is a break from kitchen as for mom or an escape from books as for my younger brother .We all headed in our car to reach the state’s heart INDORE . We dropped down at my aunt’s place at palasia and brought breakfast from the famous vijay chat corner ,56 dukan. The...
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By: on February 27, 2017
It was on the 3th of March 2014 when I and my family decided to visit Bandhavgarh. We took the train from Rourkela station and reached Narogabad where we stayed overnight. Next morning at around 4.00 AM we started our journey to Bandhavgarh. It was a 2 hours journey from Narogabad. When we reached our destination we found out that there was already a long queue of tourists waiting for the clearance to visit inside from the forest department. After waiting for some time we got our clearance from ...
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By: on January 26, 2018
After thinking about few destinations I finally managed to find a place that is off the beaten track i.e Port Blair. Port Blair is the capital of the Union Territory Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Isn’t it a perfect destination to kick-start your 2018? What comes to your mind when you hear Andaman & Nicobar Islands? Beaches, Kala Pani, Islands, Tribes? Well, there is a lot more. Let’s have a look at places where I visited. I arrived at Veer Savarkar International Airport which is located 2 Km ...
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By: on March 1, 2017
A MEMORABLE VISIT TO KONARK It was the freezing winter morning my cousins planned to go to Konark.I was so exited about the trip.We started pcking our necessary items for trip.At !0 A.M we were moved to Konark buy a car which is 50 k.m away from Bhubaneswar.After reaching there first we went to Suntemple.It is just wow.The architecture,the trees,the wheels,the engraved stones speaks a lot about the temple.So peaceful it was there.After clicking of snaps we went Chandravaga beach. Chandravaga be...
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By: on November 23, 2017
Hi..Myself Ruma Dey Baidya. I have done M.A(education), DOEACC A Level, Php etc….live in Kolkata with joint family and I have a daughter who is just 2.6 years old. I am a homemaker and love to travel very much. Whenever we got an opportunity for it, we never missed. I am not a solo backpackers, so we always try to go with groups, it also helps me to save our expenses and like to meet new people ..their hobbies .. daily routines etc. I also like to explore new destinations. As all we know t...
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By: on January 7, 2017
For a young woman who was trapped in a 9 to 7 internship routine throughout summer, a long weekend in the pleasant month of August turns out to be a blessing in disguise. In order to get away from work pressure as well as academic blues, this woman (i.e. myself) chalked out a short trip to the ‘Pink City’ from August 20th until 22nd; in order to indulge in shear relaxation and exploration. I did not wish to burn a hole in my pocket by booking an air ticket neither did I have enough time to take ...
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By: on October 10, 2016
We are four friends who wants to travel north east with less amount and majorly using public transport!! We would love if anyone of you can join us !!
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By: on July 28, 2017
As it is said that one should start his work in the name of God, so was my life's first trip. Seriously, time flies faster than one can imagine as eight years have passed by. I cannot forget the peace I got from this trip and always wish that if there had been Time Machine, I would have flown back to enjoy my trip again. Well, from the picture itself many would have understood that my first trip was to Char Dham. It was during my summer holidays, that we went as it is one of the best place t...
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By: on December 1, 2017
While looking for a holiday destination in Europe, some of the places that come to mind are cities such as Paris, London, and Berlin. Although these cities are incredible, they are quite far from what Europe has. By exploring some of the smaller cities across Europe, it’s possible to enjoy a more traditional and authentic side of Europe. By visiting these cities, you will get an intimate and a relaxed view of Europe. Here are the top 5 hottest small holiday destination cities in Europe. 1. Ce...
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By: on January 1, 2016
Location- Avalabetta, near Bangalore, Karnataka. Date taken- 4/10/15 After a disappointing experience upon reaching Skandagiri, where we weren't allowed to go ahead with our trek by officials, we decided to go to drive up to Avalabetta. (A hilltop 90km from Bangalore) This was a beautiful midnight drive with friends, which is otherwise a lovely early morning drive as enjoyed by most people. The dark night, thunderstorm, overgrown foliage and the narrow road coiling to the top gave the ...
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By: on June 24, 2016
George Bernard Shaw was apt right when he said "There is no sincerer love than the love of food." I've always loved to eat, and yet some food I've eaten linger in my memory long after I've licked the last speck from the plate. Why? I'm not exactly sure but that the spices tuck under my tongue and it's taste move in ways that long intrigues me. One such memory still afresh in my mind is an excursion to Udaipur- The Venice of India, that unearthed a plethora of tastes before my tongue, the food de...
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By: on July 11, 2016
Summer break had nearly came to an end and I had spent the entire summer liking pictures of my friends trips on social media and hoping to go on a trip.My Aunt called up to tell me they are planning a trip to Manali. She asked to join them. Convincing my dad is the most difficult task ever, but me and my brother somehow managed to convince him. All of us packed our luggage, sat in the car and set out on a family trip to Manali. We had to cover a very long distance of 545 km from Delhi. It...
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By: on March 30, 2017
Everybody needs a break from their day to day life and from the hurry and worry schedule. People hardly get time from their schedules and their dream to travel remains a dream. We extremely need to get out of that this and live our life to create memories. And if someone asks me the best place to bring back a bag full of memories then i will suggest just one name and that is Kullu Sarahan. Kullu Sarahan is a place kept in utmost care of the Shrikhanda Mountain Ranges. It beholds a lot of beauty ...
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By: on June 7, 2017
  Travelling has always been a part of my ecstasy ever since I was a child. It’s one of those passions which sets a captivating and cheerful emoji whenever it passes through the inner vision. The seeds of this encryption were sown when I was ten years old. My school had this ‘ trip to nature village ‘ tour at the Jim Corbett Park in Nainital. My deepest nerve of soul was agitated because this was going to be my first trip WITHOUT my over concerned  parents . The idea of the members of the...
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By: on May 6, 2017
London being the centre of the world, you come across different cultures around the world in just one city. And your expectations are obviously high because it’s “London”. We planned a family holiday last autumn when the leaves just began to turn yellow (mostly green when I reached). I was visiting my cousins there. It takes about eight hours to reach London from Delhi. I still remember the cloudy sky when we landed. The best part about London is its sky changing colours and the picturesque clou...
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By: on January 3, 2016
With the advent of 2016 - a new year ,every one of us know that we have a clean slate and thus a list of New Year’s resolutions. I think travelling is every man’s natural instinct. From times of early man, when life was a way of travel, to gather foods, we have evolved to today where travel is a way of life .So to be true as soon as these last of New Year’s balloons have deflated, my resolution to be fitter, healthier human will be as flat as those deflated balloons except for the bulleted lis...
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By: on July 13, 2016
Aloha! It is a Hawaiian word, it mean hello, affection etc. Warm weather closer to Chennai and it is hot burning sun. Love it! But hate the warm climate sometimes! Volcanoes, beach and more, there are so many interesting things in Hawaii. Kona is the place where the recent volcano eruption happened in Big Island Hawaii. The dry side of Big Island is so dry like a desert and the small village in the dry desert is so cool. Then the view of five volcanoes from the place where we stay and we wer...
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By: on May 15, 2017
OMG TRIP..!!! Wow, while we were having 2 more days for enjoyment I went with my family to Dharamshala. It was a beautiful journey as we were travelling through car; actually we all are having benefits of travelling in car. If we are travelling in car we can stop anywhere and can enjoy that particular location to the core. Travelling is always fun when company is good and with family it always turn into a beautiful trip. We reached Dharamshala around 3:00 pm in afternoon the weather was quite ro...
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