Travel Diary

Morning in Tosh

I remember the childhood days when I used to sleep in my mother’s lap. She would sing some sweet lullaby and I would go in some different horizon for hours. But here, I was lost in the lap of Mother Nature. And sound of insects, the chirr was nothing less than any lullaby. The ambient sound was so soothing. And the cold night, with natural purity, the blue night started

Moments in Tosh

We finally made it to Tosh in evening. When I saw the village from outside, my first reaction was ‘wow!’ I mean this place has real natural beauty which I have been searching so far. The village is small and located on hills. There are so many house stays and restaurants round the year people keep visiting this place. For entering in the village, we just had to cross a

A Day in Tosh

The second day of my Kasol trip reached to Tosh. Tosh, a highly underrated place in the hills, is one of the most beautiful places in the state. I never heard this name but Alex told me about this place and we made a plan to visit Tosh. So, the day we reached Jari, we decided to go Tosh and Kasol, which was on the way. We were literally tired

Apple Gardens in Jari

Jari, as I described in my previous post, is amazingly beautiful place. We enjoyed our moments there to the fullest. Spending days in the lap of nature is really an amazing experience. Away from the digital life of metro city, this place has captivating serenity which keeps everything in order and organized manner. The mountains tall enough to touch the clouds, the pine trees with long branches, the birds and

The Village in Hills

Have you ever been to a place surrounded by hills and big green pine trees? A place where the life is totally challenging and also mesmerizing? A place where you won’t find the honking and smoke of traffic, a place where you won’t find people stick to the TV all the time, a place which is still as beautiful as the nature is! Yes, there exists a place like this.

A Trip to Kasol - Mini Israel of India

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visit to a fort

Life’s an open road and we are traveller. We travel from this end to that in search of something we desire to accomplish. We travel to explore. We travel to experience. And thus, life’s full of such experiences and one has to develop an instinct to enjoy such pleasures. I always tend to find such moments in everyday regular life. Be it a long train journey or a walk to

Rishikesh River Rafting

When we reached the rafting point, we came to know that we got our personal raft. We four and two guides, and that’s it. We were extremely happy. And that was our gift of waiting so long otherwise; at least eight people sit in one raft but got for our own. That was the best for us. Once we reached the rafting point from where we would start our rafting

Road to Rishikesh Campsite

After getting refreshed and energized at the rest house, we packed and came out.  The cab was waiting for us.  We all four got in. There were already two people inside including the driver. I have travel sickness and I had to vomit on the way. Once we reached at our destination, I drank lemonade to calm myself. We moved to our campsite along with a guy who led us