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5 Lessons from 5 Years of Travelling. “Mai udna chahta hoon, daudna chahta hoon, girna bhi chahta hoon … Bus, rukhna nahi chahta” When Bunny from Yeh Jawaani Hai Dewani said this, there were people who could directly relate.
Responsible and Sustainable Ways to Travel. There is a Traveller and then there is a Tourist I love travelling!!
Whenever I am not travelling, I am Instagramming! It’s hard not to drool over the jaw-dropping shots taken by travel bloggers from around the world and not want to be magically transported there. The travel industry has undoubtedly exploded with new colours since the social media age has taken over and now, I see myself planning to explore more offbeat, remote, and runaway places over the ones I am sure should have a throng of people to dim my enthusiasm. Cheaper flights, rising trend of weekend getaways and a singular want for Instagram worthy images has not only set the Gen Z but all age groups to desire a fast-paced travel experience. 15 Epic Trips to Take in the Monsoon in India. Relive the Magic of Monsoons Yet Again!
You sit across the banks of this pristine lake, so vast in expanse, that you cannot see the other end of it. How Can Travelling Make You Wiser and Help Live a Fulfilled Life ? I was 18 when I went for my first trip (not a family trip of course!)
, and it’s been five years since then! I think after five years of travelling, it is pretty safe to be a plausible judge and to conclude for sure that “Travelling makes you wiser and helps you to live a long fulfilled life!” I am asked now and then; how has travel changed me? Well, if I look back at the 18-year-old Neet, it is a lot of change; trust me a lot of change! Don’t judge me when I tell you this little insider that the old me wasn’t as subtle as the new me; not even half as awesome! Also Read: Top 1o reasons why every girl should trek at least once in her lifetime. Precisely elaborating, young Neet did not know love, was stuck in the norms of the society and was running the mad rat race of this world for she hadn’t seen anything beyond that. Tips to Travel on a low budget. Planning a trip has been more comfortable than it used to be, all thanks to the internet where we can find everything we need, from places to hotels to restaurants, everything but many times, we end up feeling it would cost too much.
Exploring places and travelling does not necessarily have to break our banks, and we do not have to win a lottery, only if you know how to save some bucks here and there. Here we are, who have compiled some tried and tested budget travel tips which will give you tools planning your trip. Start planning the trip. Spontaneous plans are always great, only if you are willing to spend. But on a budget trip, it is indispensable to plan our trip wisely. Pack properly. Visit Majuli Island before it disappears in the next 20 years. With the outbreak of this pandemic COVID-19 across the globe, the vibrant and busy lifestyle of people from different parts of the world has come to a halt.
Many people have resorted to self-grooming while many are making time for themselves and diving deeper into the world of self-introspection. Watching death virtually every day has corroded the free spirit of people to some extent. So, for those who have a passion for travelling, here's a golden name that you can add to your bucket list of the most different tourist spots in India. The north-eastern part of our nation is best known for two things—the velvety greenery exhibited by nature and the tribal inhabitation which speaks of the richness of mixed culture and evolution of humankind through the most important journey of life, that is civilisation. Have you ever thought of fleeing from the hustle and bustle of daily life and escaping in the orchestra of nature? Well, indeed, Majuli Island is not a very popular tourist spot. 5 PLACES TO VISIT IN MUKTESHWAR, UTTARAKHAND. Posted by navneetkaur on July 1st, 2020 Mukteshwar in Uttarakhand is known for its small little cottages and houses, constructed in the Colonial way.
Visitors often experience the serenity and relaxation away from the rush and chaos from the city lifestyle. It is indeed a joyful experience to be flattered by the fresh breeze and look at the deodars as they sway on a windy morning; unlike crowded cities where you wake up to the sound of horns and people in the neighbourhood, here you start your beautiful mornings with the sound of birds chirping. 5 Places to visit in India for all the Nature Lovers - Travel Blog. 5 Romantic Weekend Getaways From Delhi - navneet’s blog. 5 Surreal Himalayan treks that you should take once in a lifetime! TREKKING CAN TRULY CHANGE YOUR LIFE! – Site Title. In the cutting edge time, life is quick-paced and most of us prefer it as such.
Everybody is in a surge, and that surge never appears to end. We’ve constructed a mechanical lifestyle around us – one where it is anything but difficult to get lost into obscurity. There are approaches to delay everything for a second, take a short exit, and zoom out from your own life. Well, Trek and offer yourself to the earth. Given that, the Himalayas are so close for us, how can one pass an opportunity to trek the relentless mountains? TO ALL YOUNG FEMALES, PLEASE GO TREK AT LEAST ONCE IN YOUR LIFE! - Travel Blog. Offbeat Travel Blog — Must-Visit Cafes and Restaurants in Bir and... What Will Travelling be like after Coronavirus Pandemic? No Travelling!!
Can you believe that? Honestly, this was the last piece of prophecy I would have banked myself to believe, had someone given me a heads up, but that is how 2020 has turned out so far. It’s scary, dark and slow, just like any Stephen King novel resting on your shelf. Well, I am just kidding, he is one of my favourite writers. The Coronavirus Pandemic has brought the entire world and all its activities to a stunted pace. The Travel industry and travellers might be amongst the most affected in this ordeal. Find your answers here about the places you could visit within the country after the havoc of the pandemic subsides. Acknowledging the opening of tourism of already at certain places, I can understand the temptation to travel. Paragliding in Bir Billing. Travel Blog. Honestly, no travelling was the last piece of divination I would have believed, but that is how 2020 has been so far.
It’s gloomy, dark and depressing, just like some horror story. Well, I am just kidding! 10 Go-To Places for a Post-Lockdown India in 2020. Itching to hit the Road! The Global Pandemic, Covid-19, has largely upended our world and brought it to a halt. To Gen Z, the concept of being cooped inside our homes has made us all the more restless and anxious. And, we can all agree that after the lockdown ends, we all should really treat ourselves with a vacation! While I am physically quarantined inside my home, doing dishes and making futile efforts to take up cooking as my new hobby; Mentally, I’m chilling at some beach, watching sunsets, checking out cute boys and, ordering my fourth beer!! Next level fun at Backpackers Inn, McLeodganj - Letterstoneet.
Craving for next-level fun in McLeodganj? “All college hostels are crap.” Everything About Mukteshwar Trip That You Need Know. Explore the Secret Oasis of Serenity and Happiness!! A local Guide to Bir Billing- the Paragliding Capital. Bir and Billing are the twin villages of Himachal Pradesh nestled in the famous Kangra valley at around 14kms away from each other. The two villages are at an altitude of more than 1500 meters, making it the paragliding capital of India and the 2nd best paragliding site in the entire world.
All You Need to Know about Grahan Village Trek: How to Reach and Where to Stay. Top 10 reasons why every girl should trek atleast once in her life. I have but one life, one canvas.