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Wanderlust travel stories
Tur-tuk is a tiny Baltic village on the border of India and Pakistan. It is surely the prettiest village in whole of Ladakh, if not in all of India. Here are a list of things to do while in the village of Turtuk. 1. Pluck apricots Backpack to Turtuk in July or August and you’ll have an over dose on apricots. The whole village is literally littered with the fruit. ...
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Here is The Land Of Wanderlust’s blueprint to a eight day backpacking trip around the lesser known Buddhist town of Rewalsar, the hidden high-altitude Parashar Lake in Mandi district and the upcoming backpacker hot spots of Tirthan Valley. For more information please read our detailed blueprint. Trip dates: 11th – 18th August 2018 Trip cost: Rs. 10,000 + 5% GST = Rs 10,500/-  Inclusions: Accommodation. (3 to 6 based on...
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Here is The Land of Wanderlust’s blueprint to a backpacking trip around the Hippie belt of Dharamshala– Mcleodganj–Manali–Tosh–Kasol. Trip dates: 13th-20th Jan ’18 Trip cost: Rs 13,000 + 5% GST= Rs 13,650/- Inclusion:  Accommodation. (3 to 6 based on room size) Travel. Entry Fee. Exclusion:  Food. Travel to Delhi. Only on payment of 50% of the trip cost will a seat be booked. For booking and more information please call on the numbers...
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Nubra Valley, the prettiest of all the valleys in the entire Trans-Himalayas, has a lot of offer to travellers from crossing the world’s highest motorable road to dune biking and camel rides in the desert. Here are a list of things to do in Nubra Valley. 1. Khardungla Selfie At 18,380 Ft ASL, the world’s highest pass it’s totally okay and fine to take a couple of selfies with the...
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Bhutan, the world’s happiest country is a backpacker’s dream. A road trip which starts off at Bagdogra and goes all the way to Paro and Thimphu in Bhutan including a hike to Tiger monastery, this is an eight day backpacker road trip like no other. Trip Dates: 20th – 27th May ‘18 | 10th – 17th June ’18 Trip Cost: ₹20,000 + 5% GST = ₹21,000 Inclusions: All travel from...
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Travelling is extremely therapeutic. Even though, you aren’t an occasional traveller, and just a recreational tourist, you need the alien surrounding and the strangeness to learn and unlearn things. People travel for various reasons, some to escape to places, some to escape from places, some to find and embrace themselves, some to practice the art of self-love and try to accept themselves. Some seek adventure and thrill while some seek...
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Improvement is making something or yourself more better than before. Improving can be said as development of something to make it more better. Self-improvement is when you improve your knowledge, character or status it is said as self-improvement. Through self-improvement we can know our strengths and weaknesses and can work on them.  To become a better person every day and gain more and more knowledge one should always opt the...
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We all are busy with our work and jobs assigned to us on our daily basis. We find it boring to go through the same schedule everyday. To add a little spice to or lives, we look for an escape. An escape can be anything. From doing something one likes or to sit idle and relax or to travel from one place to another. It can be somewhere near where...
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A holiday is a period of time when a person is free from school, college or from their jobs. Some people enjoy their holidays by going out somewhere on vacations, some people enjoy their holidays by staying at their homes, while some people make other plans like joining some academy, learning new language, learn cooking, etc. Holidays are for relaxation and off from your work but some people find them...
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After spending my entire day working with my Gopro and walking down the streets of Rewalsar, I was very tired and hungry so, I decided to visit a Dhaba instead of some fancy restaurant. I heard a lot from my friends that in Rewalsar if somebody wants to have a feel of freshly prepared home-made food then one should go to a dhaba rather  than to a restaurant. As I...
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