Paryatan Utsav or Tourism Fair organised by the Department of Tourism, New Delhi has been going on since about three weeks. This event is ending with a grand finale on Rajpath that is ongoing between 23-25 October, 2017. The host of stalls, displays and events do nothing but mesmerise the visitor. It makes us aware of our Incredible India or Atulya Bharat.
Subway says that you can have your sandwich made as per your preference – your health choice – your taste bud. But then sometimes the staff at Subway do not believe they need to ask the customer and does whatever suits them. We recently had a bad taste at this relatively new Subway at CP. Much to our surprise
Asia is arguably the most popular region in the entire world with travellers, what with the abundance of culture and beauty to discover within its countries. However, with certain spots becoming oversaturated with tourism, it’s time to look to the lesser-known areas to visit instead. Here are just six of the cities you should visit in Asia that aren’t at all overcome by travellers.
Ranthambore – a sprawling, protected park just over 100 km from Jaipur, is in the south of Rajasthan. At the Ranthambore National Park, you get the opportunity to view tigers in a natural and realistic habitat that’s quite different from what we commonly see in fiction. The tigers are unforgettable, the additional wildlife is fascinating and the fort represents a fascinating piece of Indian history.
Rail travel has just been made easy. We came across the railyatri.in portal. As the name indicates, Railyatri is geered towards facilitating the railway traveller. It is a treasure trove of resources to enrich a train journey. Our visit to the portal railyatri.in revealed interesting inroads.
Morni Hills is perhaps the only hill station in Haryana. It is off Chandigarh and not very far from Delhi. We only had the weekend to our disposal and ran out of choices for popular places. Hence we headed towards Morni Hills not knowing what to expect and praying that it shouldn’t be a big disappointment.
We wanted to usher in the New Year 2017 with travel. The weather was conducive to explore places in the plains. Madhya Pradesh, the heart of Hindustan, is a neighbouring state. We inaugurated our travel to MP by a trip to Gwalior, a bare 6 hours drive from Delhi. The journey had a lot of surprises in store for us.
Delhi has a host of fun-dos. What makes it more fun is its strategic location. 6 years of regular travel and we still discover new places or old places with a lot of newness. There is no dearth of weekend trip options from here. Our recent trip to Chandigarh gave us pleasures similar to a full blown holiday – in one and half days.