Revisiting the Mughals – Humayun’s Tomb

Now that I have decided to do posts on the places I visit, I made up my mind to start off with a beautiful monument in Delhi. Undoubtedly, Delhi has been home to some of the most beautiful evidences to the variety of cultures ever written on the sands of time. In no minute, my friend and I decided to start the adventure with Humayun’s Tomb. Definitely, I saw the monument with a totally different eye. This time, I had a purpose of visit and it was ‘posting about it’.

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Travel Anxiety

                       Not that I am afraid of travelling, but I always have these butterflies in my stomach if I have to travel. It starts appearing from 1 or 2 days prior to travelling. I remember those days from childhood where I would have stay awake for hours just in the name of a picnic (even to a nearby place) or a field trip.  I start having sleepless nights…I paint the destination in my mind with wide open eyes, calculate the savings vs. expenses, count all the stuffs that need to …

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McLeod Ganj- Beyond the hills and those friendly smiles!

  “The traveler sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see.”Gilbert K. Chesterton  “McLeod ganj- the trip that brought me a step closer to myself” The beautiful suburb of McLeod Ganj is approximately 470 kms (292 miles) away from Delhi. We decided to drive to the location and as part of the journey, enjoy the scenery and the “right out of the kitchen” dhaba food. Mr Husband and I were also accompanied by another couple. We took Laika (our tiny lovely dog) along too, for her much needed break. It took us around 9 hours …

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