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Hullo! I’m Shikha, the founder of Nomad Scribblings, a travel blog about India. I’m a solo traveller in search of surprises in India. Here, on my blog, you will find my travel stories from across India, photo essays that capture my trips – right from the cold, high altitude deserts of Spiti to the solitary beaches of Diu to the surprisingly beautiful backwaters of Kerala. Plus, the very enchanting north-eastern India. More often than note, you’ll find anecdotes from my solo trips here.
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Next in your itinerary for Spiti Valley and Kinnaur should be Sangla. Prepare for a day that would largely see you on the road; on the road that is famously and lovingly known as the Hindustan-Tibet road (NH 22). This stretch has captured fancy of travellers from...read more
After Nako, your next stop can be Tabo in your itinerary for Spiti Valley via Kinnaur. Nako to Tabo Tabo is where you make an entry into the Spiti Valley as Kinnaur ends at Nako. The roads to Tabo cut from deep between the Himalayas, gigantic brown mountains on one...read more
After Kalpa, you need to head to Nako in your itinerary for Spiti Valley via Kinnaur. Kalpa to Nako Brace yourself and your camera for a sudden change in the terrain as you move over from Kalpa towards Nako, and then Tabo. While Kinnaur is so green that you might be...read more
How to reach Sarahan? If you are able to reach Shimla by late afternoon or nightfall, I advise you to stay over for the night. An evening can be lazily spent with some hours at one of the best cafes in Shimla, roaming around the Mall Road, buying the rightly famous...read more
No big words. No wasting of time. Here's offering you the quick guide to the best restaurants and cafes in Mcleodganj & Dharamsala. I know that foodies is a breed with little patience. So before you can count to ten, I'll take you to the best food of Mcleodganj. Here...read more
Goa in winters is blissful. While the state does not disappoint in the rest of the seasons as well, it is in winters that the glaring Sun softens its rays, even sending some shivers down your spine if you are a late night stroller. No wonder the hype of visiting Goa...read more
I have been eating alone for years now; a decade or a couple of years more perhaps. While eating alone at home, all snuggled up, does not count and neither does my won’t-go-out routine in Delhi, all the eating alone time on my trips makes up for it.read more
Till a few years back, I believed in 'either mountains or beaches' person thing. It might have a lot to do with the way almost everyone declares themselves to be either a mountain or a beach person. Wondering over the same, I used to call myself a mountain person,...read more
Owing to the huge number of queries that I've received on the first post "How to plan a trip to the Rann of Kutch?", I have compiled a list of the most popular questions on visiting the Rann Utsav, Rann of Kutch and other related queries and made a Rann Utsav festival...read more