Plan your trip to Old Manali – Travel Guide

“If you are faced with a mountain, you have several options. You can climb it and cross to the other side. You can go around it. You can dig under it. You can fly over it. You can blow it up. You can ignore it and pretend it’s not there. You can turn around and go back the way you came. Or you can stay on the mountain and make it your home.” Vera Nazarian  Surrounded by the Himalayas, Old Manali is perhaps

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Bali: My Sunset Dress

Happy Holi Everyone 🙂 Hope you all are enjoying Holi. I am not too fond of playing with colors but I managed to click some pictures of people celebrating Holi. How did you celebrate it?

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Thailand 3: Wat Plai Laem and Wat Phra Yai Temple

Apart from the uber-cool beaches at Koh Samui, there is a variety of things you can indulge in while you are there. You can read more about the things to do in my other posts (post 1 and post 2) Thailand is famous for its temples and shrines, and visiting one of them was definitely on my list. I ended up visiting 2. I am not a religious person but I love the atmosphere and vibe of the religious places. In this post, I am sharing some pictures clicked at Wat Plai Laem and Wat Phra Yai Temple. Both of …

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Thailand(2): Angthong National Marine Park

It was Prateek’s birthday and we couldn’t have celebrated the day any better. As soon as we arrived at the hotel (Day 1), I started looking out for Tour Packages from Koh Samui for the particular day. There were several options like Island hoping, Fishing, Picnic, Zeep Tour, Wildlife tour, Jungle Tour etc and I zeroed down on Samui Island Tour (Samui to Angthong National Marine Park). The day’s itinerary looked very promising and included several activities like Sea Kayaking, Snorkelling, Hiking, Swimming and not to mention, a sumptuous lunch and unlimited snacks. It was my gift to the birthday …

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Thailand (1) – A Photo Tribute to Koh Samui

By the time the boarding gate was open for travelers flying to Koh Samui, the sun rose high up in the sky and so did our excitement level. It was an hour long flight from Bangkok to Samui (the 2nd largest island of Thailand) and within minutes of take-off, we are flying over the turquoise green sea with numerous feathers of white clouds occasionally blocking the view. We are talking all the way, sometimes about our journey from Delhi to Bangkok and sometimes about our expectations of the island we are about to step in.

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