Kohima

Last night had been cold and painful. A chilly wind blew relentlessly across the field outside and poured inside through the countless holes of my bamboo cottage. On top of that, my leg muscles screamed their presence with rigorous aching, an aftereffect from the cycling earlier that day. My stuff were scattered across the room, some on the other bed, some hanging and some inside the almirah. I knew I had to pack. But neither getting out of bed, nor engaging my legs into any activity sounded appealing at that time. So I gave in and let myself fall asleep under two warm blankets. This morning, however, was sort of a miracle. I woke up feeling neither cold nor pain. I was as fit as I ever could be and the thick fog outside meant that the temperature had increased significantly. I got up, got ready, packed up and walked into the foggy morning outside to start off my long journey for Kohima.complete article

Posted by Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

on March 26, 2018

Majuli

The first time I was introduced to Majuli, it was through a picture I saw somewhere. There was a local man standing with his oar on a small boat and driving it through a pond full of pondweeds. The plants were glossy green, the water reflected sunlight and the picture seemed just perfect. What I immediately found interesting about this place was how beautiful it was despite its simplicity. Or rather it was beautiful because of its simplicity. It was a village in India, it could be any village in India – almost untouched by tourism it flaunted a rural lifestyle wrapped inside its scenic beauty. And that’s what I wanted to find when I planned my trip. Needless to say, I was more than satisfied.complete article

Posted by Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

on March 09, 2018

Majuli

Second destination on my north-east itinerary was Majuli, The large river island. I had to reach there on the same day after leaving Nameri, which meant travelling 230 km on land and 12 km in water. While this wasn’t my most tiring experience in this trip, it surely involved most number of vehicles. This is the route I took: Hotel – Nameri Bus stand – Charduar – Balipara – Tezpur – Jorhat – Nimati Ghat – Kamalabari Ghat (on boat) – Hotel at Majuli.

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Posted by Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

on February 20, 2018

State :

Madhya Pradesh

Destination Type :

Heritage

Popularity :

Low...complete article

Posted by Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

on October 09, 2017

State :

Maharashtra

Destination Type :

Hills, Lake

Popularity :

Low...complete article

Posted by Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

on June 17, 2017

State :

Kerala

Destination Type :

Backwater, Lake

Popularity :

High...complete article

Posted by Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

on April 01, 2017

State :

Maharashtra

Destination Type :

Crater, Scenic

Popularity :

Low...complete article

Posted by Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

on February 24, 2017