We had to travel to Nadi International Airport from Vishakhapatnam and all the flights we could find had a layer of more than 15 hours in Singapore. Initially, I was hesitant to stay that much time at an Airport but then a colleague of mine told me there are countless things to do at Changi… Continue reading A day at Singapore Changi Airport
My wife loves beaches - born in a coastal town, she has spent her entire early life near beaches, so when it came to our honeymoon, we decided to spend time together on an island and we shortlisted three possible islands for our visit. It was either Hawaii, Zanzibar or Fiji. After some discussion and possibilities of visiting other places with greater ease in the future, we finalized on Fiji and boy, did we love Fiji! I was pleasantly surprised when I learned that 40% of Fijian population is of Indian origin.
A beautiful view of highway from Thimpu to Paro. Clock Tower square Thimpu: The Clock-tower has a typical Bhutanese architectural outlook with Bhutanese carvings and paintings. There are traditional hand crafted dragon with golden painting on all the four faces of the tower which symbolizes the county as an independent dragon kingdom. Nehru Memorial Choten in… Continue reading Picturesque Bhutan
Bhutan's strategy of "low volume, high quality" tourism has helped it to keep foreign influence at a distance while nurturing Bhutanese values at home. Unless you are an Indian or a Bangladeshi you will have to pay $250 per day to experience the beauty of Bhutan. Bhutan famous for its treks, unexplored landscapes, Buddhism, Dzongs gives it a different… Continue reading Why visit Bhutan?
So far it was an fantabulous trip and today was our last day in Bhutan and we haven't touched snow yet and so we decided to head towards Chelela Pass on a chilly Sunday, as the temperature was low there was a fair chance to experience snowfall. We started from Paro at around 10:00 A.M. for… Continue reading Chelela Pass: A snowy Sunday