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tgblog Aug 04 2014

All in a day’s walk in Shillong

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There is nothing like walking your way through a beautiful hill station. Shillong, the Scotland of the East, can be best seen on foot.  Whether it is during the peak of summer or the chilly winter morning, walking in Shillong can be rejuvenating as the weather is lovely coupled with good roads.  Let’s explore this beautiful city all in a day’s walk. After a hot cup of tea and a plate of chhole bathure for breakfast at Palace in Police Bazaar, we are well-equipped for the walk. The Ward’s Lake in the morning hours with the sun’s rays flickering through the […..]

tgblog Aug 03 2014

Stay safe while travelling solo

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Travelling alone can be very liberating as well as fun for women. The thrill of being on your own and getting to do things all by yourself can be exciting. But being a solo traveller means you do not have a companion to fall back on when in need. Therefore, it is essential we follow certain guidelines before we hit the road solo. Travel Smart • Pack light. This will help you to move around freely without seeking any help. • Do not forget to carry your identity card. • Ensure that you carry either your debit card or credit […..]

tgblog Aug 02 2014

Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Travel in a Bus

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When it comes to choosing between a bus and a train journey, many of us are always in a dilemma. For quite a few, I may call them a silent majority, train journeys are far more suitable than a bus journey. However, as the saying goes, “Don’t judge a book by its cover”, it would be incorrect if we were to be judgemental about buses. In this article, I would like to look from a traveller’s perspective on why I would go with a bus rather than a train, at least when it comes to places within the state or […..]

tgblog Aug 01 2014

The grand Victoria Memorial

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Kolkata or the City of Joy is one place that I always remember fondly. There is a certain charm in the city that only those who have lived here and felt the warmth of the people and the place can understand. My first tram and metro rides were here; visit to the vintage car rally, New Market and Park Street during Christmas time evokes a floodgate of fond memories. I couldn’t get enough of Victoria Memorial when I first visited the majestic white edifice. So, when I moved to the city, every week on my off days with my roommate […..]

tgblog Jul 31 2014

A riot of colours in the Himalayas

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No adjectives can suitably describe the beauty of the Valley of Flowers in Uttarkhand.  You have to actually trek to the valley and get mesmerised by the breathtaking view. As the snow melts and the entire valley is a riot of colours with the flowers in full bloom, the picture-perfect spectacle in front of you is sheer magic. Best travelled between July and August, this trek is a heartwarming experience. At an altitude of 3,658 metre above sea level, as you trek your way up the valley you will forget your exhaustion as the carpet of blue, red, pink, yellow, […..]