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August 2018
After exploring the cafe connected by the highest motorable road in Komic, posting postcards from the world’s highest Indian post office in Hikkim next is the remote village of Langza in Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh. #1.  Here you’d almost feel like a nomad as you experience living in one of the highest inhabited villages in...
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Punakha is an important Himalayan town in the western province of Bhutan and is situated at an altitude of around 3,900 feet above sea level (1,200 m). Punakha was the former capital of Bhutan until 1955 when it was moved to Thimphu which is the current capital of the country.   To reach Punakha, the...
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The capital of Thimphu is a must-visit place while on your holiday in Bhutan. #1. One interesting fact about Thimphu is that it is the only capital in the world, without any traffic lights. For the most part of its history, Bhutan has tried consciously to save its culture from the blunt influences of modernity....
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Known generally the home of the precious one-horned rhinoceros, and the mind-numbing contradictions of birds; the beautiful state of Assam stands as much more than just these, here are some interesting things or facts about Guwahati in Assam to extend your horizon about the place. History of Guwahati There was a time when Guwahati was...
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Everyone likes to travel. Most of the times, we look for companionship while travelling as one may fear boredom and a lack of security. But with time, one realises that travel plans with friends and dear ones start to fail due to busy schedules, leaves not being approved at work and people getting engrossed in...
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Phuentsholing is a thriving cross border trade town in Bhutan. It is the gateway to Bhutan via India. The border town of Jaigaon in West Bengal is the link between the two. Phuentsholing is situated at an altitude of 971 feet above sea-level (293 metres) and is a must-stop for all those seeking a permit...
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The picturesque Dhankar village is situated at a height of 12,800 feet between the towns of Tabo and Kaza. It is one of the beautiful villages in the cold desert of Spiti Valley. There is much to explore and experience in Dhankar. The Dhankar’s old monastery is 10 minutes from the new monastery guest house....
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When one talks about surfing it seems like a dangerous sport or an adventure activity which is risky. But still, people out there having vigour and passion to carry it on and one can say that it is courageous of them. See it as a sport or as an activity done for entertainment, it is...
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People who talk about Mumbai first mention that it is a huge metropolitan city and yes that’s right. But there are stories to some of the streets which some only know about. Mumbai is a place where people are busy building their dreams. Here are five streets associated with history: Marine Drive: Better known as...
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Paro is a small Himalayan town in the south-west province of Bhutan which is home to the famous Taktshang or Tiger’s Nest. The town has a population of around 4500 people and is situated at an altitude of around 7,200 feet above sea level which is 2,200 metres. Paro also has the only International Airport...
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