Ten tips for solo travel

Source: Ten tips for solo travel The first time you travel alone, you may be a little nervous, especially gearing up for the trip. I found that once I was there, any worries I had went away. There are so many benefits to traveling alone that I encourage people to try it at least once…

My First Freebie as a Travel Blogger

Originally posted on thisisyouth:
For a lot of people, the term ‘travel blogger’ conjures up images of endless free airline tickets, hotel stays, and tours in exchange for what is — basically — content advertising. My readers will know that’s not what I do. I’d been at Bambu Hostel in Medellin for over a week before…

Travel Day

Originally posted on Streets of Nuremberg:
Nile Night | Cairo | 2017 Back to business travel was the motto of the day, after a six week stretch at home. Took an early morning flight from Nuremberg via Frankfurt to Cairo. I had hoped so much to see the pyramids during approach into Cairo airport, but sat on…

Travel Essentials

Originally posted on BeaFree:
Hello everyone, how are you all doing today?! Do let me know how everything is going in the comment section below. So, I have some news, I’m going to Miami soon, like very soon! Of course while in Miami I plan to take many many photos to share with you all…

5 Reasons Why I Invest in Travel, Not Things

Originally posted on Travel With Nano B.:
If my mom’s English was good enough and she read this post, she would probably not talk to me for a long time. My mother-in-law lovingly called us “traveling fools.” And I get it. I am sure their generation in general grew up on different values. House, car,…

A Black Magic Woman

Midway Mary Is Up To No Good Mary’s main goal in life is to increase her fortune and at the same time cause as much trouble as she possibly can. She misrepresents herself right and left and often cries foul when a man tries to extract from her the services for which he paid. In […]…

India’s Forest are glowing up with natural light

Originally posted on kitli-culture:
India’s Western Ghats is one of the world’s best biodiversity hot spots and is considered one of the planet’s finest rain-forests. The BBC reports that this UNESCO World Heritage site has a hidden secret that is only revealed at night. During the monsoon season parts of the forest appear to glow…

15 Incredible Facts about Northeast India

Originally posted on UnprecedentedNow:
Hello Everyone! Northeast India can be well described as another heaven on earth. North East India is famous mostly for its flora and fauna as well as for its unique and diverse culture. It comprises of the Seven Sister States (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Tripura), and the…

Shadow Play

Originally posted on Ron Mayhew's Blog:
We have all heard of the Golden Hour, aka the Magic Hour… that hour or so after sunrise and before sunset. During that time the sun is low in the sky and produces a softer, more flattering light. Varanasi, India Jodhpur, India Absolutely, it is the best time…

Islamic Kala Ilm

Source: Islamic Kala Ilm Kala jadu is very powerful and strong spells in all over world, this magic are mostly used to do any bad activities with your enemies or get immediate profit with the help of black magic. Kala jadoo is the term of black magic and in hindi language it’s called a kala…

Top Ten Things Not to Do Traveling by a Train

Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
? The inspiration for this list is the fact that my producer is on the Amtrack California Zephyr from Davis California to Omaha Nebraska. She will be enjoying the route through the High Sierras and will be spending two nights on the train. The idea was to go with girlfriends and take…

Tips For Solo Female Travelers

Originally posted on GoTravelGlobal:
Happy International Women’s Day all fellow female travelers! Traveling as solo female traveler is adventure not any man can even imagine. There is many small things you have to remember if you decide to do adventure as solo female traveler. Not all countries are as safe or as comfortable to go…

The Best Of Kasol And Kullu

Originally posted on TheNoticeable:
Kasol or also known as mini Israel is a village in Himachal Pradesh, northern India. It is situated in Parvati Valley, on the banks of the Parvati River, on the way between Bhuntar to Manikaran. When you will reach there you’ll mostly see Israelis, German bakeries, and shops whose names are…

Shaggy Goes To The Mountains

Originally posted on O Shaggy Re:
After a lot of pleading and begging, my parents finally agreed to let me go on a solo trip to The Himalayas. The best birthday gift. I was off to heavens and was as happy as the pig in the shit. I decided not to go to the common…

Five days to spend in Himachal Pradesh

Originally posted on Himachal-tours:
With hill stations where you can trek and spiritual places where you can do meditation for hours, Himachal Pradesh is beyond an Island country. Its fierce, yet charming wildlife draws travelers all around the world. So visit its huge tea gardens. The scenery is so different, that 5 days in Himachal…

Memoirs of a solo trip to Kinnaur & Spiti, Himachal Pradesh

Originally posted on karanved:
? ? I am guilty of being stuck in a mundane 9-5 corporate job trying to convince myself that this is what I am going to do for the rest of my life, somewhere inside me I always knew that I am not cut our for the ‘regular’ life that everyone…

Garhwal Diary: Mahasu Devta Temple of Hanol

Originally posted on bNomadic:
The rugged and mountainous expanse between the Satluj and Yamuna Rivers in the western Himalayas, irrespective of the administrative boundaries of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, has broadly been occupied by heterogeneous group of people; some of whom are native to the land and the others who settled here under various socio-economic…

Back-Pack-Go!: Parvati Valley, Himachal Pradesh

Originally posted on Cartoon Heart:
It’s been a couple of days now since I’ve returned home from what I can easily refer to as one of the best adventures of my life (it’s completely different that I barely ever have any adventures and so even the smallest adventure becomes the largest by default), and nearly…

Grahan village, Himachal Pradesh

Originally posted on thegokulblog:
Grahan village is situated in kullu district of Himachal pradesh state of India. Its a 8km trek from kasol to  Grahan village. lets take a photo journey first 🙂The start: ? Mid Way: ? ? ? ? ? ? Grahan village: ? ? It was a calm,early august morning and was…

Haseen Vaadiyan (The sight of Upper Himachal)

Originally posted on @apekshabharota:
Well! ?I’ve been thinking a lot what my next blog should be about. For ?very long nothing could strike my mind, I definitely wanted my second blog to be better than the previous so couldn’t take any chance to choose any randoms. All thanks to my ? roomie for her inquisitiveness…

From the Land of Lamas

Originally posted on An Armchair Perfectionist:
The trip is done. The bags are unpacked. I left something behind though and that was a good chunk of my heart. Those twelve days managed to grasp a firm hold on my little pacing heart and insisted that just like I got a token of my travels back…

Five Awesome Weekend Treks in Himachal Pradesh

Originally posted on Unorganised Chaos:
Gigantic mountains, glorious landscapes and the feeling of the ultimate adrenaline rush, trekking in Himachal Pradesh is part of everybody’s bucket list. The upper Himalayas present you with the most beautiful views, no matter what time of the month it is. It the idea of your weekend is scaling the…

“My Mountain Story”

Originally posted on Astha Singh:
​ Year 2013, it was my very first trekking experience, and yes an unforgettable one too. It wasn’t the trek, or the adventure sports we played that was distinctive, but the beauty of Himachal Pradesh. The air around is totally magical and hence it made our trek more adventurous. The…

Renuka Ji…. Faith and Beauty together…..

Originally posted on Travel Stories from India:
Renuka Ji is a place in Sirmaur District of Himachal Pradesh. It is about 390 kms from Delhi. The place has one of the largest lakes in Entire Himachal. Renukaji was name of Mother of Lord Parasuram. She was the wife of Rishi Jamdagni. It is also the…

Languages Spoken in Himachal Pradesh

Originally posted on Mysterious Himachal:
One of the most beautiful states of Himachal Pradesh is also known for diverse languages of Himachal Pradesh. As far as the languages of Himachal Pradesh are concerned, the state hold a good command on national language Hindi and Hindi is the state language of the state. However, locales of…

Places to visit in Himachal Pradesh

Originally posted on kaaralines:
Prashar Lake lies 49 km north of Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, India, with a three storied pagoda-like temple dedicated to the sage Prashar. The lake is located at a height of 2730 m above sea level. With deep blue waters, the lake is held sacred to the sage Prashar and he is regarded…

Himachal – God’s own land

Originally posted on A Vagabond's World:
Himachal Pradesh …. Ummm Himachal is one of the most visited hill station. Owing to its loaction, Himachal Pradesh usually experiences a chilling weather. Although it is a small province in India, but it has immense beauty. From Incredible mountain ranges to the flowing rivers. You can’t just…