Bali: Mt Batur Sunrise Trek, Tegalalang Rice Fields & Kopi Luwak

Hello, Hope everyone is doing great. I have been wanting to write this post since the time we did the Mt. Batur trek, but then, something or the other came up and I was distracted. Better late than never. So here are some pictures of Mt Batur Sunrise Trek, the famous Tegalalang Rice Fields and the equally famous Kopi Luwak. The idea of Mt. Batur trek was brewing on my ‘to-do” list since the time we started talking about the possibility of travelling to Bali. Reason? My unquenchable thirst for sunsets/sunrises and my love for trekking. Mt Batur is a active …

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Lama Dugh Trek (Old Manali-3)

This is probably the best thing I have done this year. When I headed for Manali, I just had leisure on my mind. Okay, a bit of shopping too. But then, Anil, a gentleman at the hotel, offered me a day’s trek. He gave me two choices, and I asked him to make the choice on my behalf as I was not acquainted with either of them. He chose “Lama Dugh”. Apparently, the climb was going to be a bit difficult initially but the destination would be worth it. I spoke with Mr Husband, and ended up with a “yes”.

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Andamans: Day 3: RadhaNagar Beach and the Trek to the Elephant Beach

Day 3 started off with hiring a scooty and would be spent riding in Havelock. We started at around 9 AM and were done at somewhere around 4 PM. The day was humid, and the sky was clear. We had one place on our mind, the RadhaNagar beach and take it from there. RadhaNagar beach is Beach Number 7 on the western coast and is the most popular beach on Havelock. RadhaNagar beach was around 11-12 kilometers from our Resort. The road was a narrow one with trees on both sides. There you notice several resorts on your both sides, and we …

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