Showing posts from February, 2017

Munnar - In and Around

Munnar - In and Around

A beautiful town located on the Kanna Devan hills of the Nilgiri Mountain Ranges. An elevation of 13oo meters makes it a perfect spot to be called a Hill Station.Weather is pleasant throughout the year, during winters it feels cold in the mornings and the evenings. This town has a rich history of Tea plantations. There are a plenty of attractions in and around Munnar.
(a) Munnar Tea Museum
Kannan Devan Hills Plantation Museum Munnar has been an integral part of the Tea industry since the beginning of the Tea Era. At the Munnar Tea Museum, you get to see a short film that explains how Munnar became the Tea capital of Kerala. Post which a factory employee explains that complete process, how different types of Tea gets derived from the Tea Plant.
Tea Museum has a demo plant which explains the complete Tea making process step by step. One can also purchase different kinds of Tea available from the museum in-house shop.  (b) Sree Narayanapuram Waterfall
This waterfall i…

7 Awesome Reasons to Travel that cannot be overlooked!

Travelling – A Wise Addiction!

Mark Twain sensibly quoted, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.”
Leaving the spiritual benefits of Travelling, let me show you how advantageous it to travel. 1. Reduce that Belly Fat While wandering around new cities on foot, hiking the trails, walking up those beautiful hills, swimming those rivers and beaches and soaking up the needed sunshine while doing all this. It’s a guaranteed deal that you would shed some calories. 2. Travel plans keep you motivated! The thought of upcoming travel keeps you inspired during the days. You look forward to that amazing trip snubbing the stress of work life. 3. Sharing your Experience – A Blog or A Journal You tend to before more creative. Most of us want to connect to the world through your writing but…

Nag Tibba – An Easy Two Days Trek

The Nag Tibba or The Serpent's Peak lies in the Garhwal Hills of Uttarakhand. Located at an elevation of 3022 meters / 9915ft. It has been a perfect stop for the trekkers to surmount. It's a pretty easy trek which starts from a small village called Panthwari and ends at the 'Tibba' or the top or as the locals call it 'Jhandi'. If you have two days in hand and you want something naive, then add this to your travel list. How to Reach the starting point of the trek?  There are two options. First, you can take a Bus from Kashmiri Gate - New Delhi to Dehradun or Mussourie. Second, take a night train from New Delhi to Dehradun. I find the latter one more comfortable. You can book buses from New Delhi to Dehradun/Mussoorie from any of these websites: (a) [This website is for the government buses. I would suggest you take a Volvo or an AC Bus for this journey. The good thing about these buses - they adhere to their schedule.] (b) https://www.r…