I remember the time when we used to travel with our kid in tow. He neither enjoyed the intricate Sistine chapel paintings in the Vatican nor did he marvel at the famous Mona Lisa. These attractions are for grownups only. We know that when we travel with kids we would have to balance.
I had got up in time to experience the sunrise in Lachung. A thunderous night had given way to a serene and peaceful morning in this faraway village offering a fascinating view of snow-capped peaks of Himalayas. I ambled along the road which meandered through the village for a while, relishing the quietude.
Waking up to the views of the snow-clad mountains punctuated by coniferous trees, warming up with hot Kahwa, breakfast in bed with a stunning view, scenic stroll along tranquil trails, hearty conversation with fellow bloggers and snowmobiling in Gulmarg are some of the moments that are etched in my memory forever...
We went to the Kanheri caves in the end of the monsoon last year and I found it the best time to visit - not only the rock-cut Buddhist monuments were impressive, but their splendor was complemented by the lush greenery around.
After making it to the base camp, i.e. the village of Ghangaria, I had to decide which was to be done first - The Valley of Flowers or Hemkund Sahib.I asked many locals on what's the best order, and most of them suggested me to do the toughest first, which was Hemkund Sahib.
Australia is the 6th largest country and the largest island continent in the world. The country is spread across 6 states; namely New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory.
A 300-year-old traditional Kerala house, beautifully built with stones and wood was moved,1300 km from Kerala to Delhi. The house that belonged to a traditional Christian agrarian family, was handed over from one generation to another to the youngest son of the family.
On day 11 of our road trip to Madhya Pradesh, we decided to visit the Chambal Sanctuary after reading about it being home to the critically endangered Gharial, Red Crowned Roof Turtle and the Indian Skimmer. Though the fog continued to be deterrent, we decided to visit there and check it out.