Yarada Beach

I never imagined Visakhapatnam as a holiday destination. Despite having a vast coastal line, it was after all an industrial city. However someone used the word beautiful to describe the city and I was intrigued. I had to see it for myself. What did I discover? It is indeed beautiful. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still a city with its vehicles and tall buildings and noisy crowd. But the beauty of that flawlessly blue water splashing continuously against the roughed up brown rocks is undeniable. And being a city only adds delicious and authentic local food to the list of attraction.complete article

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A traveler and a dreamer

on December 17, 2017

View from Tunganath

We are always in lookout for something new, something unexplored. There is a constant desire to unfold a mystery or discover something hidden. Probably it’s driven by the same thirst that took our ancestors all around the world. But sometimes on your quest, you stumble upon a place so innocent, so beautiful that you wish it was never discovered. The magic of the place lies in its secrecy itself. And that’s how Chopta made me feel...complete article

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A traveler and a dreamer

on October 25, 2017

Have you been to a camping trip? You might have. Isn’t that fun? Bonfire with friends, lying under the stars, feeling the primitive excitement in your blood? Now imagine packing up your bags one morning and loading up your trunk with rented tents to drive off with no destination in mind and stop only when your heart wants to. That has an extra thrill to it for sure. If you have not experienced yet, maybe you should. Here’s our story anyways...complete article

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A traveler and a dreamer

on August 20, 2017

View of Valley at Kodaikanal It was a cloudy night and there wasn’t a single star visible on sky. But down in the valley thousand stars sparkled through the chilly night air. I sat at a bench near the edge of the hotel and soaked in this view with the silence and darkness all around me. I could see what a beautiful place it had once been. And it still was, somewhere within all the cacophony of people.complete article

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A traveler and a dreamer

on July 12, 2017

So this is how we first met – on a misty morning of February, in a half-tired body from a sleepless night, at a noisy & crowded beach. My first visit to Goa was not the dream vacation I had always imagined it to be. But well, that is where it all started.সম্পূর্ণ নিবন্ধ

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A traveler and a dreamer

on June 05, 2017

View of Valley of FlowerOn day 3 of our Valley of flowers trip, we finally did the last leg of trek and saw the beautiful valley. It was an easier trek compared to the road we took upto Ghangaria.complete article

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A traveler and a dreamer

on February 19, 2017

Helicopter at GovindghatSecond day of our journey started on Sunday morning at 6:30 AM from Joshimath and ended in Ghangaria by afternoon. This was the hardest day of our journey where we had to trek 11 kilometers of rocky rock through a ever climbing way.

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A traveler and a dreamer

on February 08, 2017