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  • Trip to Dream world==GULMARG== ===Day1=== Landed in Srinagar airport at 8 am, our cab was waiting, we directly left to Gulmarg which is 60 km from Srinagar airport it took 2 hours to reach. Checked into a hotel and got ready to go for a Posted by traveltrails in Trip to Dream world | Dec 12, 2019
  • Rupin PassComing up with my first blog let me introduce myself first. I am a married man working as a Software Development Engineer in an IT giant, doesn't get much time to travel. But whenever I do get, I travel and Posted by shashank511 in Beyond Destinations | Oct 6, 2019
  • Himalayan AdventureThe Parvati Valley is a place isolated from the polluted world, extremely scenic with some amazing stories of such places around. I had visited Kasol, which is also known as The Mini Israel of India, with people from all over Posted by Aashish Wadhwa in Travel Stories | Mar 4, 2019
  • Snowglobetrotting===McLeod Ganj=== After seeing the mountains from below it was time to go up. For me they pull like gravity – I had to get up there and higher still to explore the greatest range on Earth. Nature’s power and glory Posted by lewyandkerri in Delhi belly. Fact or fiction? | Mar 13, 2017
  • Annapurna Base Camp==This is a chapter 2== We have just completed Annapurna Circuit in 10 days, and decided not to loose any time and head straight for base camp! ===Day 11=== Tatopani - Ghorepani - 15 km This was the best start of the Posted by dima.safr in Roaming the world | Nov 5, 2016
  • Thinking about trekking Annapurna Base Camp (ABC)? Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) is one of my favourite places to trek in Nepal and is totally worth visiting if you love all things beautiful and majestic! The picturesque peaks, the hospita Posted by whadventures in Thinking about trekking Annapurna Camp | Sep 6, 2016
  • Kanchenjunga Region Trekking Nepal is a Himalayan country with the highlight of world’s top eight highest mountains of the world among top ten. The most wonderful thing to tell is that these regions are reachabl Posted by njadhi in Nepal Planet Trek Travel Adventures | Apr 12, 2016
  • Everest Base Camp Trekking Everest Base Camp Trekking is a memorable adventure for any travelers that will take the travelers to the foot of highest mountain of the world which is the globe’s 6th best place to Posted by njadhi in Nepal Planet Trek Travel Adventures | Apr 12, 2016
  • Annapurna circuit Trek Annapurna circuit Trek is one of the world famous trekking destinations of the globe which is appreciated especially by international bodies. Nowadays the travel adventure to Hi Posted by njadhi in Nepal Planet Trek Travel Adventures | Apr 12, 2016
  • In the Footsteps of The Beatles to Rishikesh, India It was a grey and rainy day when friend Mark Riesenberg and I crossed the long suspension footbridge, Ram Jhula, hanging nearly 200 feet above the Ganges into the wonderful valley Posted by Ramdas Iyer in Ramdas Iyer's- World Traveller Blogs | Mar 6, 2016
  • Ramdighat to Boombri[b]Wednesday 28-9-1966 We were dragged out of bed in the pre-dawn darkness, quickly packed, had no time for a wash and were off at first light. We crossed a long suspension bridge over the gorge and started to climb. It Posted by Ozac in Back Down Shoestring Road | Oct 24, 2015
  • Luxury at the Himalayas Imagine the chaos of the city gradually fading away and you are entering the valley of clouds after a busy weekend. How did you feel? I can bet that you are exuding a beatific sm Posted by eonhills in Essence of Nature | Oct 20, 2015
  • Ernie Goes to Nepal Pt. 2[center][/center] The next morning, we joined a small procession of trekkers streaming out of Tikhedhunga, towards the stone staircase that would take us to the village of Ull Posted by ErnieHK in Ernie Goes | Mar 13, 2015
  • Ernie Goes to Nepal Pt. 1[center][/center] I had moved to Hong Kong in 2009, in part so that I could see the world, but a year had nearly come and gone and I still didn't have much traveling to show f Posted by ErnieHK in Ernie Goes | Mar 12, 2015
  • Trekking To NepalThis trip is one of the famous and comfortable adventure trekking tours in Nepal. You will have for nature tour in Pokhara and culture tour in Kathmandu. During this trek you will have an opportunity to observe the nature beauty, Posted by Nepal Adventure in Trekking To Nepal | Mar 20, 2014
  • Tal, Annapurna Circuit, Nepal Welcome sign to Tal: A heartly welcome to all visitors from the CPN (Communist Party of Nepal) Maoist Committee. Just outside the village Kani, two young Tibetan girls feed a horse Posted by Shantitraveler in Shanti Travels | Feb 4, 2014
  • Bhutan Part 2So Bhutan wasn't all healthcare, hospitals and nursing, we also spent some time sightseeing, exploring and generally having a grand old time. We did a day trip to Punakha, the old capital, stopping on the way at the Dochula Pass Posted by isabellepurcell in isabelle vs the world | Dec 17, 2013
  • Nursing in Bhutan #2Between our hospital shifts we were also exposed to many other areas of Bhutanese healthcare. We spent a morning at the traditional medicine hospital, an outpatient service for treatments such as needle therapy, hot compression therapy and steam therapy. Posted by isabellepurcell in isabelle vs the world | Nov 8, 2013
  • Lovely LehThe town of Leh came as something of a shock after Amritsar, Jammu and Srinagar, where there were precious few non-Indian tourists; by contrast, Ladakh’s major metropolis (ahem) seemed like Tourist Central. Having journeyed the less conventional Kashmir Posted by TJandAnu in Footloose & Far Away | Dec 26, 2012
  • Nepal===Kathmandu=== We started our walking tour of the city, through the old part, the bazaar and the Durbar Square area, passing some large fruit bats in a tree. Kathmandu is chaotic, but seems less so than Delhi, to which it bears Posted by Chris Cox in Nepal | Dec 3, 2012
  • The Nubra Valley We had a few days of recuperation in Leh after our trek and managed to find an organised tour into the Nubra Valley which is very close to the Tibetan and Pakistani borders. Over the la Posted by takinitezy in Two Months in Incredible India | Oct 12, 2012
  • India: Darjeeling, Singalila Trek and Himalayan Views==Darjeeling== ===Journey=== The cab ride to Kolkata airport is long, slow, noisy and "aromatic". My driver weaved in and out of congested lanes with similar daring as Han Solo Posted by SkinnyFists in Tales from the Transit Lounge | May 18, 2012
  • Bucketbath films presents...We haven't had the most reliable internet for the last month and a half. These videos are long overdue: starting with our most recent trek in Nepal and working through India, Cambodia and Laos. Micah and I arrive back in Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Apr 16, 2012
  • Dharma BluesWe think of prisoners as violent offenders, exploiting or flouting the law. But what happens when laws intentionally distort life into a mutilating world of oppression and violence? Tibetan refugees. Joanie and I arrived in Dharamsala, India yesterd Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Feb 28, 2012
  • Wildlife blog #1: Encounters in the HimalayasHappy New Year one and all! As our trip draws to a close, we are furiously cranking out the last few blogs - today you get three for the price of one. I wrote about zoos in my previous blog, but Posted by Chris Parsons in Parsons on Tour | Jan 7, 2012
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