India remains one of the largest unified and most diversified country in the world. It stands out with its many ethnic groups, languages, and religions that worship over 3-hundred million gods and goddesses.Continue Reading
His happy cycle ride revealed his joy; he was looking at the happy faces passing by. People were happy that finally the British were going to quit India.Continue Reading
Day 2: Bus Journey via Kathmandu to Pokhara
Day 3: In and Around Pokhara, Nepal
The early morning breezed in some nice aromas of Nepalese Breakfast once I opened the journey windows of the hotel room. But with no time on hand, we dressed and rushed to the hotel entrance to catch a bus to Pokhara City and arrived there within 10 minutes. A huge crowd of locals, students and tourists evaded the sidewalks and rows of buses to different cities lined the busy mid-street. We handed our bags to the hotel attendant who had willfully agreed to drop us to the bus stand. Once our bags were loaded onto the bus and bus tickets checked, we hurried to the near restaurant and treated ourselves to some warm boiled eggs, butter, black curried peas, toast and Nepalese tea. A few minutes later, it was time to board the bus and start our onwards to Pokhara.Continue Reading
Our little paradisaical island.Continue Reading
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