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November 2017
Damnoen Saduak is the most popular tourist floating market in Thailand. It is located at a distance of around 100km from the capital city of Bangkok. It is a great place to get an insight into the canal way of life in the country.   To reach Damnoen Saduak, backpackers have an option of taking either,...
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Like every “Travel-Head”, Ladakh was on my list as well since a really long time. I realised that if I wanted to visit this place, then my job cannot be an excuse. So, within a day, I made up my mind, and called Sherwin to reserve a place for me. There were absolutely no sound...
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 While returning back from Pangong Tso my good friend and tempo driver, Lhawang stopped our vehicle near Tso Lak around 25km from our home stay in the village of Tangtse. Lhawang told me he had a special person I should meet. An old nomadic lady named Dolma, who lives in a small tent made out...
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Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and is one of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities. It has magnificent Buddhist temples, palaces, ancient water canals, bustling markets, amazing street food and a vibrant nightlife that has something to offer for everyone. Bangkok is also one of the most sort after backpacking destinations in the world.  The city...
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After so many months of overworking, frustration and stress, I really needed a break and planned to travel solo. That’s when I came across this trip on the TLOW Facebook page and thought it was just perfect. (Especially the cost ha-ha) I reached Delhi two days before the reporting time to explore the city. Then...
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  This one is from long before I had started tlot (now tlow) as a backpacking company. On my month-long trip to Ladakh and Zanskar Valley, while I was in the Ringdum Gonpa in Suru Valley, I met an old monk in the Gonpa named Lama Stenzing. I had seen him sitting in the corner...
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Komik in Spiti Valley is the highest village in the world. It is situated an at altitude of around 15,500 feet above sea-level. The village has a lot more to offer other than a picture with the village sign board.   Here are a list of things to do in Komik. 1. Monastery stay The...
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Here is TLOW’s blueprint across the backpacker’s silk route in the Himalayas, that starts with enchanting Parashar Lake followed by a hike to the Great Himalayan National Park and a stay in some of the Hippie villages of Parvati Valley. Trip Date: 4th – 13th May ’18 | 17th – 26th August ’18 Trip Cost:...
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From the high altitude Parashar Lake and Tirthan Valley to the Hippie Parvati Valley this is our seven-day blueprint around the Himalayan backpacker silk route in Himachal Pradesh. Trip Date: 8th-14th July ’18 | 3rd – 9th Dec ’18 Trip Cost: Rs 10,000 + 5% GST = Rs 10,500/-  For travel in Volvo add on...
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While I sit here facing a range of foggy mountains, I could do nothing but relate this trip to my favorite song. How the girl gets tired of her day in and day out job. She then decides for once and all to leave everything behind and be one with the road. She lives in...
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