Treks cover image lessons i leaned from trekking
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There are a lot of things I have learned from the treks that I have gone for and I always had the intention of penning them but somehow I never got around to it. Now that I finally have, here are some of the lessons I have learned from all my treks.

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The first trek that I ever went for was the Roopkund Trek in Uttarakhand. It starts from 7,000 ft above sea level and goes all the way up about 16,000 ft. This is the account of my experience of that trek. An awesome way to step into the world of trekking, if you ask me.

Everything Else Rickshaw-Transport-India-Taxi-Asian-Autorickshaw
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Have you ever used an auto in Bangalore and not had the best of time in it? Chances are that it could have something to do with what you have had to pay the fellow for the ride. If you are wondering why you had to pay extra, here is a quick guide to some of the taxes that you end up paying.

Everything Else The cab ride I will never forget
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When it comes to traveling, I like to have a plan so that I know what to expect when. That is exactly how I thought my first solo vacation was going to go but little did I know that the very first day of my first vacation in years was going to turn into some rather memorable and not for the reasons you’d imagine.

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Even though my first post was a rant against the Chadar trek, it is still a cherished memory. What follows is my account of the trek and the story of how we got stuck and an eventual ‘escape’ from the trek. Its not as dramatic as it sounds but it is still a good read!

Everything Else Chadar Trek
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Yes the Chadar trek is an experience to behold. Yes it may be a one of a kind experience. Yes its really popular and may soon disappear. But all of this aside, there is something really wrong with the trek. Something so wrong in fact, that I would not consider going back for it even though we didn’t make it to the end.