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Travel Blogs from Naldehra
... by some of the people we met. This place stole our heart and reminiscing it evokes our feelings.
Memories are made out of experiences and experiences are made by meeting new people and traveling to new places. Keep traveling and keep creating memories.......... Bhavika Sharma
"I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake. The great affair is to move.”
Robert Louis Stevenson
... and works in the ski tourist industry and has time to travel a little before he to has to find alternative employment during the summer months. He has five weeks to see the mountain ranges of India and spent £70 on a taxi straight from Delhi to Shimla. At the top of the hill, before I reach the temple a monkey climbs up my back, sitting on my shoulder he grabs my sunglasses and races away. The monkey sits with the glasses ten ...
... but in Sri Lanka it was akin to watching hours of a blue planet IMAX production. The train down the west coast travels predominantly along the seaboard. The beaches, coconut trees, lagoons and villages are postcard perfect all the way down south. If any of you are kite surfing crazy, let's talk about carving up that coastline. Long stretches of beach are deserted, and the wind is as strong as the water is warm. The interior of Sri Lanka takes the train ride experience up a notch. ...
... slate roofed houses here and there added to the charm. A pair of Himalyan bulbuls flew in and out of a colourful hedge
A young man had come out of his house and was observing us for a while. He was Umesh Kumar and he was very happy to engage in conversation. It turned out that Umesh was with ...
Rosina had some last minute pool playing and then we left Kasol, having said our sweet farewells to the young men of the Casablanca, my new goal being to make it up to Shoja, an obscure Himmalayan location recommended to us by our cook in Naggar.
This change of location required four bus changes, Kasol to Bhuntar, Bhuntar to Aut, Aut to Banjar, and from there to Shoja.
The roads up to Shoja were even roufher than the road to Bhuntar. Feeling queasy ...
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