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Haridwar

Tweet I recently stayed at the Country Inns and Suites Haridwar for one night. When we arrived at the front desk it was 8.00 pm. My six year old daughter and I started off from Deoria Tal at 8.00 am and after 12 hours of traveling in the mountain roads we were dead tired. It [...]

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Tweet Even before I started reading about anything related to photography I liked to fill my screen with stuff. For me it always makes for a good picture. Both the pictures featuring today are from Haridwar. Trinkets We were walking back to our bus after rafting when we crossed many street side stalls. I have [...]

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Done for the Day!

by Mridula on April 9, 2013

in Canon D550,India,Photography,Uttarakhand

Tweet Did it ever occurred to you that what happened to the rafts after we were done for the day? The first time I went rafting I was so hungry after it that all my attention was concentrated on food and chatting. Not so this time. Do I have all the paddles? So I noticed this guy walking [...]

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Tweet This is the first summer when I have trekked twice and I think I am going to make it a habit. In this post I am collating all my Valley of Flowers and Hemkunt Sahib Trek links and also sharing a few more pictures. Traveling to Rishikesh and Joshimath (Day 1 &2 of the [...]

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Tweet I recently trekked through Valley of Flowers (VOF) and Hemkunt Sahib in Uttarakhand. But the story begins with my trying to reach Joshimath, my initial halt at Uttarakhand before the trek. I started at 7.00 am for ISBT Kashmiri Gate Bus Station at New Delhi. Reached there in good time too, only to be [...]

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Tweet Hut style GMVN accomodation at Rajaji National Park I usually do not associate government accommodations and cleanliness together but GMVN Rajaji National Park was a clean place. Our huts were right inside the forest and it was a serene atmosphere unless the tourists themselves started blaring music. There was a group of tourists who [...]

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