Barot is a small village in Himachal. There are no markets to roam around or posh cafes to hang out here. There is just this unspoilt nature to enjoy.
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The summer capital of Jaintia Kings, this region gets its name from its rules. It lies further east of the Khasi Hills, and is a treasure trove of legends.
Sohra or Cherrapunjee, is a small place about 50 kms from Shillong. A fantastic highway through idyllic villages of the East Khasi hills takes you there. But, a major problem is, the views around you will make you stop every few meters. 😄
Tirthan valley may not be as popular as Shimla or Manali, but it has it’s own charms which are hard to find elsewhere. Peace, tranquility, treks and Trouts! Barely 65 KMs from Mandi, it is a relatively lesser explored destination and thus, less crowded.
Dawki is a small town on the India Bangladesh border in Meghalaya. It is around 80 kms from the state capital Shillong and lies in the west Jaintia hills. The river passing through it, is … Continue reading Dawki – Travelling to the land’s end
Chindi, Karsog Valley is about 90 kms from Shimla. Yet it sees only a fraction of the tourists that Shimla does. The pace of life is refreshingly slow here.
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