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Nomadscribblings travel guides are perfect for someone who likes to get away on a whim. Your travels may not fit a particular category or style. Perhaps your travels focus on momentary thoughts or spur of the moment ideas. This way of travel gives you the freedom to simply get away no matter what the season and weather.
Quite annoyed by the snake-charmers, bejewelled elephants and people sleeping on pavements image of India, I started backpacking across the country. Surprises welcomed me such intensity that I fell in love with India, all over again.
The barren, cold deserts of Spiti have people who ooze warmth; Buddhist monks pray for world peace 24x7, counting prayer beads in the monasteries of Dharamsala; fisherman sway to water’s rhythm in Kerala; nomadic tribes colour the otherwise white and salty Rann of Kutch; Portuguese settlements look like a thing of yesterday in Diu; people walk around with guitars slug over their shoulders and wake up to game of football in Sikkim; fairy tales sound so much more real in Dzongu; shooting stars made me gape at the sky in Kinnaur; Varkala wooed me with its astounding beauty… Ahh.. I can go on and on, raving about the many wonders of India. This is how my “been there” list looks for now.
There’s more in order, for I still haven’t seen even half of this fabulous country.
Hmm.. so you have set your heart on visiting the Rann of Kutch this time. This time, as this precise time is actually the time for the very famous Rann Utsav 2017-2018. Starting November 1, 2017 the Rann Utsav will be stretching till February 20, 2018. Other than the...read more
A must read if you’re wondering what else is there in the things to do in Gangtok apart from taking strolls around the surprisingly clean MG Road.
Flowers outside almost every house, guitar chords for the first sound you hear every morning, forever smiling people and the Himalayan air that makes you feel good for no particular reason, all this and more makes Gangtok a must visit.read more
Diu, the more famous one of Daman and Diu, doesn’t usually finds a place in a traveller’s list. Perhaps, owing to the assumption that there is little when it comes to things to do in Diu. Though Diu is not Goa (it’s so much more solitary than Goa), there was something about it that made me book the tickets and land here on a sunny day in January, 2014.read more
First some tips if you are planning a trip to Gujarat, specially Kutch. 1) Bhuj is the nearest major town that connects the region to the rest of Gujarat. To visit the White Rann, your best bet for a stay is at Devpur Homestay. While you can also stay at one of the...read more
Triund is one hell of a trek near Dharamshala or more accurately, Mcleodganj. Gorgeous views, moderately difficult and little chance of losing your way. Just keep following the one trail and you’ll be fine.read more
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