Travels Archive

  • “Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns.” ― George Eliot Between summer and winter, there is  fall, a transitional phase when each leaves of the tree turns into golden, yellow and red before shedding themselves, paints the landscape in riots of color, before embracing harsh and cold winter nights in their bare branches . We are expected to be sad because soon the […]

    Fall in the dreamy Smoky mountains

    “Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns.” ― George Eliot Between summer and winter, there is  fall, a transitional phase when each leaves of the tree turns into golden, yellow and red before shedding themselves, paints the landscape in riots of color, before embracing harsh and cold winter nights in their bare branches . We are expected to be sad because soon the […]

  • Two weeks of travelling through the wild – wild west of America, hopping through six national parks and enduring through the range of climatic conditions, we are finally back with tired limbs, overwhelming experience, some lifelong memories and few mind-boggling three thousand plus images and bucket full of stories for you. Let me download everything first !  I need some real vacation now ! Before my hypnotic mind get restored to its original frame, let me brief you quickly about […]

    Yosemite rim fire – should you visit Yosemite or not ?

    Two weeks of travelling through the wild – wild west of America, hopping through six national parks and enduring through the range of climatic conditions, we are finally back with tired limbs, overwhelming experience, some lifelong memories and few mind-boggling three thousand plus images and bucket full of stories for you. Let me download everything first !  I need some real vacation now ! Before my hypnotic mind get restored to its original frame, let me brief you quickly about […]

  • This is the concluding part of our long Florida series.  To be at “Miami” or not to be …. well ! We have to stay in Miami for two reasons – one for return flight  and other for its proximity to Everglades. So in short we spend one and half day at Miami. Thankfully enough,  weather was cool in Miami and we did enjoyed partially though , just strolling through the streets, stopped at some curio shops, and sampled foods […]

    An un inspired day at Miami and few good moments !

    This is the concluding part of our long Florida series.  To be at “Miami” or not to be …. well ! We have to stay in Miami for two reasons – one for return flight  and other for its proximity to Everglades. So in short we spend one and half day at Miami. Thankfully enough,  weather was cool in Miami and we did enjoyed partially though , just strolling through the streets, stopped at some curio shops, and sampled foods […]

  • Sanibel Sanibel ? what is that ? A beach in Florida ? Florida ? you say? Isnt Florida is all about Disneyworld ? Yes it is. Then why we should go to Sanibel ? Minutes later, we were looking for hotels in Sanibel !   I have seen beautiful picturesque beaches before, beaches where you will want to spend the rest of your lives lying on that crystal white sandy coast, but I have never seen a beach full of […]

    Sanibel and Everglades national park , Florida – on alligators, panthers and anhinga trail

    Sanibel Sanibel ? what is that ? A beach in Florida ? Florida ? you say? Isnt Florida is all about Disneyworld ? Yes it is. Then why we should go to Sanibel ? Minutes later, we were looking for hotels in Sanibel !   I have seen beautiful picturesque beaches before, beaches where you will want to spend the rest of your lives lying on that crystal white sandy coast, but I have never seen a beach full of […]

  • I know this space has been silent for over a week, you must be annoyed at my inconsistency in blogging , well I understand that. Summer is in full swing now and that means more outdoor activities will be waiting for us. We will keep you updated with that and before starting with my new adventures, let me first finish this Florida backlogs. I hate backlogs but sometimes has to deal with it. So here we are again after taking […]

    Magic Kingdom & EPCOT – Disney World Orlando

    I know this space has been silent for over a week, you must be annoyed at my inconsistency in blogging , well I understand that. Summer is in full swing now and that means more outdoor activities will be waiting for us. We will keep you updated with that and before starting with my new adventures, let me first finish this Florida backlogs. I hate backlogs but sometimes has to deal with it. So here we are again after taking […]

  • Continuing from my previous post on  Disney World - Animal kingdom park, which am sure you have loved it,  on this weekend travel post we are portraying Universal Studios through our lens. Universal studio is very fascinating, the buildings, the streets, the towns all modeled after their famous movies is worth seeing, worth visiting and we spent little over half a day there. For the shrimp lovers, Bubba Gump shrimps has their restaurant right there near the entrance to the park. Food […]

    Universal Studios Orlando – a photo essay

    Continuing from my previous post on  Disney World - Animal kingdom park, which am sure you have loved it,  on this weekend travel post we are portraying Universal Studios through our lens. Universal studio is very fascinating, the buildings, the streets, the towns all modeled after their famous movies is worth seeing, worth visiting and we spent little over half a day there. For the shrimp lovers, Bubba Gump shrimps has their restaurant right there near the entrance to the park. Food […]

  • A bunch of youngsters in their 20′s shouting, unapologetic, shrieking  laughing , singing and as the train speedily wind its way through the lower Shivalik foothills, passing though so many tunnels, all eyes were upon the breathtaking views that slowly unfolds before us and gradually the cluttered noises ceases to engulf a complete silence ! It was our study tour to Shimla but looks more like picnic party than anything else. Shimla welcomed us with a surprise shower of rain and the jeep that was assigned to take us to our […]

    Shimla the nostalgia never ends and 10 best things to do there !

    A bunch of youngsters in their 20′s shouting, unapologetic, shrieking  laughing , singing and as the train speedily wind its way through the lower Shivalik foothills, passing though so many tunnels, all eyes were upon the breathtaking views that slowly unfolds before us and gradually the cluttered noises ceases to engulf a complete silence ! It was our study tour to Shimla but looks more like picnic party than anything else. Shimla welcomed us with a surprise shower of rain and the jeep that was assigned to take us to our […]

  • I generally do not brag about my shopping escapades  and more than anything else I love to explore the markets rather than buying everything on its first sight …  but when someone asked me the other day what to buy from India?  I was perplexed, do not know where to start from ? Hence this post … India is a shopper’s paradise, you just can’t beat the incredible variety of gorgeous items at low prices, can be quiet overwhelming with multitude of choices and ranges, from […]

    Best things to buy from India – a shopping destination

    I generally do not brag about my shopping escapades  and more than anything else I love to explore the markets rather than buying everything on its first sight …  but when someone asked me the other day what to buy from India?  I was perplexed, do not know where to start from ? Hence this post … India is a shopper’s paradise, you just can’t beat the incredible variety of gorgeous items at low prices, can be quiet overwhelming with multitude of choices and ranges, from […]

  • Guest Blogger Sophie takes us off the mainland to a hidden paradise in the Atlantic – The Canary islands . Sun , Sand and Sangria ! Now Revealed The Best of Gran Canaria Often acknowledged as a small continent, Gran Canaria is the second most inhabited island of the Canary Islands. The island is bordered by three continents Africa, Europe and the America making it a multi-faceted travel destination for holidaymakers. With an exciting blend of adventure, fun, leisure, sightseeing and […]

    Gran Canaria, Spain island vacations

    Guest Blogger Sophie takes us off the mainland to a hidden paradise in the Atlantic – The Canary islands . Sun , Sand and Sangria ! Now Revealed The Best of Gran Canaria Often acknowledged as a small continent, Gran Canaria is the second most inhabited island of the Canary Islands. The island is bordered by three continents Africa, Europe and the America making it a multi-faceted travel destination for holidaymakers. With an exciting blend of adventure, fun, leisure, sightseeing and […]

  • We are back with exciting stories from Florida and I can not tell you how much we have enjoyed our days there. Florida is all about Disney world and at the same time beyond Disney is what defines Florida. Orlando no longer belongs to Florida or US only, it has assumed the stature of an international city, people from all walks of life, from all over the world flocked to see what a magical fantasy kingdom has been created by Walt Disney. To summarize the experiences […]

    Animal Kingdom park – Disney’s best kept secret

    We are back with exciting stories from Florida and I can not tell you how much we have enjoyed our days there. Florida is all about Disney world and at the same time beyond Disney is what defines Florida. Orlando no longer belongs to Florida or US only, it has assumed the stature of an international city, people from all walks of life, from all over the world flocked to see what a magical fantasy kingdom has been created by Walt Disney. To summarize the experiences […]

  • Yes you have read it right ! We are going to Disneyworld finally !!! I know Disneyworld is specially for kids and we might be little out-of-place, but it has many more fantastic things for the adults like the EPCOT worldshowcase and Animal Kingdom, who would not love those jungle safaris and not to mention the magical castle of Cinderella !  Disneyworld has lots to offer and it has something for everyone, quiet literally. How to Reach Orlando : Now before heading to my itinerary, let […]

    Disneyworld and my Florida itinerary

    Yes you have read it right ! We are going to Disneyworld finally !!! I know Disneyworld is specially for kids and we might be little out-of-place, but it has many more fantastic things for the adults like the EPCOT worldshowcase and Animal Kingdom, who would not love those jungle safaris and not to mention the magical castle of Cinderella !  Disneyworld has lots to offer and it has something for everyone, quiet literally. How to Reach Orlando : Now before heading to my itinerary, let […]

  • New York is perhaps the most vibrant, lively and chaotic city in the world, full of life, beautiful, amazing, a city that never sleeps and no word can ever describe the spirit of New York.  A city of many contradictions and opinions, where art thrives and shines in every dusky corner of the city, city of graffiti, theaters, music, fashion and undoubtedly the food capital of the world. There is certain insanity in the air of New York and it consumes you […]

    Essential New York travel guidelines for the first-timers

    New York is perhaps the most vibrant, lively and chaotic city in the world, full of life, beautiful, amazing, a city that never sleeps and no word can ever describe the spirit of New York.  A city of many contradictions and opinions, where art thrives and shines in every dusky corner of the city, city of graffiti, theaters, music, fashion and undoubtedly the food capital of the world. There is certain insanity in the air of New York and it consumes you […]

  • ” A penny saved is a penny earned ” – Saving is difficult and spending is lot easier, but with careful planning and little effort you can save few bucks that will earn you rewards later in time. My mantra is to plan ahead, be well-informed, look for combo and cheap deals, travel light and be flexible, while this will cost you nothing but in the long run it will save your hard-earned money. So here are five essential tips […]

    5 essential and practical tips for flying in India on a budget

    ” A penny saved is a penny earned ” – Saving is difficult and spending is lot easier, but with careful planning and little effort you can save few bucks that will earn you rewards later in time. My mantra is to plan ahead, be well-informed, look for combo and cheap deals, travel light and be flexible, while this will cost you nothing but in the long run it will save your hard-earned money. So here are five essential tips […]

  • Don’t be startled if I say India can be one of the gourmet destination in the world, its rich and varied cuisines is spectacularly diverse and ironically enough it is highly unpopular because of its unsafe and unhygienic food standards. Contrary to western standards, food in India is mostly  prepared fresh, and since frequent power cuts are a major  issue even in metro cities, so refrigeration suffers and that attributes to the poor and stale quality of meats and other food items. But due to its spectacular […]

    How to enjoy the Indian food and stay healthy

    Don’t be startled if I say India can be one of the gourmet destination in the world, its rich and varied cuisines is spectacularly diverse and ironically enough it is highly unpopular because of its unsafe and unhygienic food standards. Contrary to western standards, food in India is mostly  prepared fresh, and since frequent power cuts are a major  issue even in metro cities, so refrigeration suffers and that attributes to the poor and stale quality of meats and other food items. But due to its spectacular […]

  • “… coming annually in an endless migration from colder climates, to alight here once in the long journey of their lives ” {adapted from Brian Moore} Lake Matamuskeet in North Carolina is largest natural lake of the state and is shallow coastal lake of depth range between 2-3 ft and is full of nutrients, dotted with cypress trees is home to winter migratory birds from the colder climatic zones. Geographically speaking, the lake is a wetlands depression that fills with […]

    Lake Matamuskeet – North Carolina

    “… coming annually in an endless migration from colder climates, to alight here once in the long journey of their lives ” {adapted from Brian Moore} Lake Matamuskeet in North Carolina is largest natural lake of the state and is shallow coastal lake of depth range between 2-3 ft and is full of nutrients, dotted with cypress trees is home to winter migratory birds from the colder climatic zones. Geographically speaking, the lake is a wetlands depression that fills with […]

  • “Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.  Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees.  The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves. ” ~ John Muir … and so on a Sunday morning we packed some banana pecan quick breads, along with some tea and decided to spend the day in the woods …  sat beside the pristine Falls lake in Wake forest and enjoyed the […]

    Hiking in the woods @ Falls lake NC

    “Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.  Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees.  The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves. ” ~ John Muir … and so on a Sunday morning we packed some banana pecan quick breads, along with some tea and decided to spend the day in the woods …  sat beside the pristine Falls lake in Wake forest and enjoyed the […]

  • I know I am little lazy in posting my travel post or weekend getaways, time flies away, season changes and almost another quarter of this year is about to complete, but before it hit exactly 365 days, let me take you to the beautiful coastal town or city of Newport, in Rhode Island, a small unglamorous state whose existing is almost overshadowed by the towering neighbouring Massachusetts state. After moving to Rhode Island in last June, on one fine and […]

    Postcard from Newport – a cliff walk along the Atlantic

    I know I am little lazy in posting my travel post or weekend getaways, time flies away, season changes and almost another quarter of this year is about to complete, but before it hit exactly 365 days, let me take you to the beautiful coastal town or city of Newport, in Rhode Island, a small unglamorous state whose existing is almost overshadowed by the towering neighbouring Massachusetts state. After moving to Rhode Island in last June, on one fine and […]

  • Continuing from the Grand Palace … Once you are out of the Grand Palace, the next Wat or temple that will caught your attention is the Temple of Dawn or Wat Arun on the other side of the Chao Phraya river, this temple is another exemplary of Khymer style architecture. If you have some time in your hand, then do visit the temple, it can be accessed only by ferry if you are on the Bangkok side of the city. […]

    Wat Pho and shopping, eating @Bangkok

    Continuing from the Grand Palace … Once you are out of the Grand Palace, the next Wat or temple that will caught your attention is the Temple of Dawn or Wat Arun on the other side of the Chao Phraya river, this temple is another exemplary of Khymer style architecture. If you have some time in your hand, then do visit the temple, it can be accessed only by ferry if you are on the Bangkok side of the city. […]

  • Bangkok – the city with a glorious past which still holds close to its heart the remnants of a bygone era and at the same time struggling hard with its ultra modern attitude is truly fascinating and will leave you amazed and somewhat stupefied. Coming from an Asian background, Bangkok is no different than any other Asian cities, but as soon as you let yourself wandering in its meandering alleys, you will start feeling the differences. It is bizarre, vibrant […]

    Grand palace and Emerald Buddha @ Bangkok

    Bangkok – the city with a glorious past which still holds close to its heart the remnants of a bygone era and at the same time struggling hard with its ultra modern attitude is truly fascinating and will leave you amazed and somewhat stupefied. Coming from an Asian background, Bangkok is no different than any other Asian cities, but as soon as you let yourself wandering in its meandering alleys, you will start feeling the differences. It is bizarre, vibrant […]

  • “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower ” Albert Camus And once you are in New England region of USA, you will know how true it is. Seasons are more pronounced here, sun now sets at 7 in the evening slowly pushing us into shorter days, sky is bright and clear, with zillions of stars glittering in the night, air is cool and crisp, evening strolls are no more pleasant but you can feel the chill […]

    new england fall foliage – the most scenic drives on a day trip

    “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower ” Albert Camus And once you are in New England region of USA, you will know how true it is. Seasons are more pronounced here, sun now sets at 7 in the evening slowly pushing us into shorter days, sky is bright and clear, with zillions of stars glittering in the night, air is cool and crisp, evening strolls are no more pleasant but you can feel the chill […]

  • If it is 4th of July and you are in US of A, where would you go ? Off course boston, if you hadn’t been there before and if you happen to live in New England region. First I thought I will title the post as historic city of Boston, but then we barely capture the spirit of boston, as the trip was highly focussed on New England aquarium. When we started in the morning, it was hot and muggy […]

    new england aquarium and old state house @ boston

    If it is 4th of July and you are in US of A, where would you go ? Off course boston, if you hadn’t been there before and if you happen to live in New England region. First I thought I will title the post as historic city of Boston, but then we barely capture the spirit of boston, as the trip was highly focussed on New England aquarium. When we started in the morning, it was hot and muggy […]

  • Kanchanaburi is a small town in the western part of Thailand where river Kwai Yai and Kwai Noi merges. This town becomes a part of history during world war II when Japanese soldiers decided to make a strategic railway link between Burma and Thailand to shorten the lines of supply by the help of POW. Initially it was estimated that the railway link will take five years to finish but the Japanese army forced the prisoners to complete it in […]

    tiger temple at kanchanaburi

    Kanchanaburi is a small town in the western part of Thailand where river Kwai Yai and Kwai Noi merges. This town becomes a part of history during world war II when Japanese soldiers decided to make a strategic railway link between Burma and Thailand to shorten the lines of supply by the help of POW. Initially it was estimated that the railway link will take five years to finish but the Japanese army forced the prisoners to complete it in […]

  • Ayutthaya – the ancient city was founded in 1351 by ruling king U-Thong on the plains of Chao Phraya river and it became the most economically and politically powerful kingdom in the south-east Asia, fortified on all three sides by river. The name of the city may have been derived from Ayodhya – the city of Hindu king Rama, which probably shows an influence of Hinduism in the region, has excellent trade and economic ties with neighboring kingdoms, and end rule of […]

    ayutthaya – unesco world heritage site

    Ayutthaya – the ancient city was founded in 1351 by ruling king U-Thong on the plains of Chao Phraya river and it became the most economically and politically powerful kingdom in the south-east Asia, fortified on all three sides by river. The name of the city may have been derived from Ayodhya – the city of Hindu king Rama, which probably shows an influence of Hinduism in the region, has excellent trade and economic ties with neighboring kingdoms, and end rule of […]

  • Phuket is Thailand’s largest island almost the size of Singapore and enjoys a tropical climate with dry season spanning from November to April and its boundless beauty lies in its unique topology. The island is mountainous for most of its part with inundated plains at places and is truly gifted with clean cheesy white palm lined sandy beaches on the western shores of Andaman seas and numerous exotic and hidden islands strewn across the Pacific ocean. Azure blue warm tropical […]

    phuket – pearl of the pacific

    Phuket is Thailand’s largest island almost the size of Singapore and enjoys a tropical climate with dry season spanning from November to April and its boundless beauty lies in its unique topology. The island is mountainous for most of its part with inundated plains at places and is truly gifted with clean cheesy white palm lined sandy beaches on the western shores of Andaman seas and numerous exotic and hidden islands strewn across the Pacific ocean. Azure blue warm tropical […]

  • sawadee kha... meaning greetings in Thai and it also mean that we have arrived in Thailand. Hurray ! It was precisely 6 in the morning when we arrived at Bangkok’s international airport – Suvarnabhumi, outside temperature was 35 degree Celsius, hot and humid, city was slowly waking up from its deep slumber. After a smooth emigration, having picked up our luggage we headed straight to domestic departure for our next flight to Phuket. But the Air Asia flight to Phuket […]

    suvarnabhumi airport @ bangkok

    sawadee kha… meaning greetings in Thai and it also mean that we have arrived in Thailand. Hurray ! It was precisely 6 in the morning when we arrived at Bangkok’s international airport – Suvarnabhumi, outside temperature was 35 degree Celsius, hot and humid, city was slowly waking up from its deep slumber. After a smooth emigration, having picked up our luggage we headed straight to domestic departure for our next flight to Phuket. But the Air Asia flight to Phuket […]

  • amazing thailand – a travelogue A long time ago, in a far away land on the western shores of Andaman seas, an ancient kingdom was born known as Sukhothai -”the dawn of happiness “ around 10th century and with it was born the legends of the mysterious white elephants. White elephants or the albinos of the species are extremely rare and so when these white elephants are spotted they become royal significance. Since Sukhothai kingdom was founded on the Theravada […]

    amazing thailand

    amazing thailand – a travelogue A long time ago, in a far away land on the western shores of Andaman seas, an ancient kingdom was born known as Sukhothai -”the dawn of happiness “ around 10th century and with it was born the legends of the mysterious white elephants. White elephants or the albinos of the species are extremely rare and so when these white elephants are spotted they become royal significance. Since Sukhothai kingdom was founded on the Theravada […]

  • This was the standard procedure followed in 2009 to get the trekking permit for Gaumukh. Call, fax or send a letter to : CHIEF WILDLIFE WARDEN , UTTARKHAND 5, CHANDRABANI Mohabewala DEHRADUN 248001 UTTARKHAND, INDIA Fax: 0135-2644691 Note: If you need a guide the permit for him also must be obtained by you. Collect the permit from: DFO office Tekla, Kotbangla road ( after entering Uttarkashi, it will take 20 mins ( approx 2-3 km ) to DFO office ) […]

    gaumukh trek permit

    This was the standard procedure followed in 2009 to get the trekking permit for Gaumukh. Call, fax or send a letter to : CHIEF WILDLIFE WARDEN , UTTARKHAND 5, CHANDRABANI Mohabewala DEHRADUN 248001 UTTARKHAND, INDIA Fax: 0135-2644691 Note: If you need a guide the permit for him also must be obtained by you. Collect the permit from: DFO office Tekla, Kotbangla road ( after entering Uttarkashi, it will take 20 mins ( approx 2-3 km ) to DFO office ) […]

  • Continuing from our previous trip to Rishikesh – Gangotri – Gaumukh trek Shri Kedarnath temple Chopta and Tungnath Badrinath – Joshimath – Auli {Day14}: 8th June 2009 From: Joshimath-Haridwar By: By road Distance: 270km / 8-9 hrs Next morning we left for Haridwar in a private Taxi (there is a taxi association in Joshimath and they charge flat 3500rs for Haridwar). As we begin to retreat gradually from Garhwal Himalayas leaving behind the snow-capped mountains, deep river gorges, the meadows, […]

    haridwar

    Continuing from our previous trip to Rishikesh – Gangotri – Gaumukh trek Shri Kedarnath temple Chopta and Tungnath Badrinath – Joshimath – Auli {Day14}: 8th June 2009 From: Joshimath-Haridwar By: By road Distance: 270km / 8-9 hrs Next morning we left for Haridwar in a private Taxi (there is a taxi association in Joshimath and they charge flat 3500rs for Haridwar). As we begin to retreat gradually from Garhwal Himalayas leaving behind the snow-capped mountains, deep river gorges, the meadows, […]

  • Continuing from our previous trip to Rishikesh – Gangotri – Gaumukh trek Shri Kedarnath temple Chopta and Tungnath {Day11}: 5thJune 2009 From: Gopeshwar to Badrinath By: Road Distance: about 70-80km Gopeshwar is situated amidst mountain ranges, terrace farms and small lakes. The town has some good temples and main attractions are the ancient temple of Lord Shiva, Vaitarni kund and Oak view. From Gopeshwar the route leads through Chamoli-Pipalkoti-Helang-Joshimath and somewhere between Govindghat and Pandukeshwar, the route bifurcate and one […]

    badrinath, joshimath and auli

    Continuing from our previous trip to Rishikesh – Gangotri – Gaumukh trek Shri Kedarnath temple Chopta and Tungnath {Day11}: 5thJune 2009 From: Gopeshwar to Badrinath By: Road Distance: about 70-80km Gopeshwar is situated amidst mountain ranges, terrace farms and small lakes. The town has some good temples and main attractions are the ancient temple of Lord Shiva, Vaitarni kund and Oak view. From Gopeshwar the route leads through Chamoli-Pipalkoti-Helang-Joshimath and somewhere between Govindghat and Pandukeshwar, the route bifurcate and one […]

  • Continuing from our previous trip to Rishikesh – Gangotri – Gaumukh trek and to Sri Kedarnath temple {Day 10}: 4th June 2009 From: Chandrapuri-Ukhimath-Chopta-Tungnath-Gopeshwar By: Road and Trek Distance: 40km/2hrs (Ukhimath) and 27km (Chopta) and 12km (Gopeshwar) Chopta-Tungnath: 3km trek It rained last night, so the clouds still gloom over the morning sky, but we really need a clear sky so that we can enjoy the semi-circle view of mighty Chaukhamba from Tungnath. But, they say morning shows the day! […]

    chopta and tungnath

    Continuing from our previous trip to Rishikesh – Gangotri – Gaumukh trek and to Sri Kedarnath temple {Day 10}: 4th June 2009 From: Chandrapuri-Ukhimath-Chopta-Tungnath-Gopeshwar By: Road and Trek Distance: 40km/2hrs (Ukhimath) and 27km (Chopta) and 12km (Gopeshwar) Chopta-Tungnath: 3km trek It rained last night, so the clouds still gloom over the morning sky, but we really need a clear sky so that we can enjoy the semi-circle view of mighty Chaukhamba from Tungnath. But, they say morning shows the day! […]

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