A guide to Happiness : Sukhothai

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A month long walk from Spiti Valley to Shimla

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Some of the greatest treasures are safely tucked away in distant corners of less traveled regions. And one of such places is Spiti valley, which literally means ‘middle earth’. It is every traveler’s dream to visit this pristine beauty. However, the rugged roads and long travel hours might be deterring factors and only a few …

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I travel solo and Yes, I am married! | DA Travelography on WordPress.com

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“The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche When I travel alone, most people assume I am single! And …

The Secrets of the Monoliths in Meghalaya | DA Travelography on WordPress.com

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Some of the greatest treasures are safely tucked away in distant corners of India’s lesser known regions. At times, you stumble upon them to have an invaluable experience and then the hitherto unknown stories come to life. Here is an account of one such treasure of monoliths’ exploration in Meghalaya. A village in East Khasi …

Valley of Shadow- Sandhan Valley | DA Travelography on WordPress.com

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I believe in challenging myself to overcome my fears and Trekking has been one such area for me of late. I had partially exposed myself to the rigours of trekking in the rain-forests of Agumbe (http://datravelography.wordpress.com/2014/02/03/into-the-wilds/) to try and see the sunset from the top of a hill. Like a typical debutante, I fell 4-5 …

What is Kerala Blog Express? | DA Travelography on WordPress.com

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I distinctly remember when I heard about Kerala Blog Express from a season 1 contestant and the idea of getting on a customized bus and travel from south of Kerala to its north seemed really cool, and add other 25 travel bloggers from all over the world, and it sounded even more cool. I have …

Majuli: A Disappearing Island and Its Satras | DA Travelography on WordPress.com

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With the constantly changing climatic conditions and environment, we usually fear that the things which we get to experience today, our next generation might not. And one such thing is Majuli Island, a paradise disappearing in the lap of the Brahmaputra day-by-day. As if the island originated from the river and the river gradually wants …

‘Centuries old’ Chinese Fishing nets | DA Travelography on WordPress.com

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Tugging ropes and bellowing chants could be seen on Fort Cochin, the huge structure is Chinese Fishing nets- a century old tradition Usually these fisher men work in a group of 8-10 men as pulling the nets require lot of force and energy. Fishermen’s Christian heritage comes from Portuguese influence . The men work from …