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Assam Memoirs Part 8 - A Throwback

Never did I think in my wildest dreams that a place I had known only through my high school Geography text book and a bit of googling would turn out to be so memorable. 1,047 more words

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Assam Memoirs Part 5 - The Abode of Clouds

Having lost ourselves in beauty and bounty of Shillong, the six of us embarked on our journey to one of the wettest places in the world – Cherrapunji. 1,809 more words

Travel Diaries

Khasi hills - the gem unexplored

INTRODUCTION:

The Indian state of Meghalaya has three mountain ranges – Garo in the west, Jaintia in the east and Khasi in the centre. While each range has its own unique landscape and indigenous tribes, the most famous of them are the Khasi hills which also house the capital of the state, Shillong. 7,464 more words

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Why you will fall madly in love with Meghalaya?

Wild romance with nature…

The love affair begins in the flight to Guwahati as your gaze is transfixed at the snowy outline of the Himalayan peaks in the far distance. 1,243 more words

Finally the break that was badly needed.

To start with, I have been a workaholic, which was getting pretty serious as time passes. I spend more time in office on my desk than the rest of the time spent doing other stuffs. 181 more words

Meghalaya

Woh 11 din in North East India...

MEET THE TRAVELERS

After lot of deliberation, 2 most unlikely co-travelers – Bridget & I decided to travel solo (minus kid & husband) to Northeast. 1,314 more words

Travel Experiences

The Living Root Bridge~It is a sight to capture in your memories!

I had this as a top priority in my to do list on my visit to Mawlynnong~Asia’s cleanest village. The Living Root Bridge is approximately 2 kms ahead from Mawlynnong village and is a downhill walk through narrow steps from there. 283 more words

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