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  • South India on Motorcycles

    I would like to share my South India west-coast ride experience with you guys. Hopefully you would like it. I started riding some time last year in Oct, it was not like I wasn't riding at all,…
  • XUV500: Delhi to Spiti

    We decided to take the route from Chail and as per travel forum recommendations; it was supposed to be picturesque. But we found the road conditions via Chail to be poor & constricted. Due to this,…
  • Ladakh: A laid-back trip

    Six trips to Ladakh in past, this was different, this was with my daughter and wife. They need to see the reason for my so many trips to Ladakh in past. First time in the Ladakh trips, there was…
  • The Farnborough Airshow, UK

    It all started when I received a call from my cousin in mid June to check whether I would be free to attend an airshow in July , planes have always fascinated me since my childhood , during my college…
  • Extreme Expedition, Bicycling

    Ladakh, or La-Dags, the land of many passes, lies on the northern tip of India's frontiers with Pakistan and China. The region was formed some 50 million years ago by the collision of the Indian sub-continental…
  • Julley to Land of High Passes

    I've been a member here for a few months now, with a fair few posts, but I have never attempted to start a thread. This is my first attempt at a travelogue, so I request you to kindly exhibit a little…
  • To 11000 ft, Devbhoomi!

    This travelogue or rather photologue is about 3000 kms roadtrip to the last Indian Village -Mana , to Have tea at the last Indian tea Shop !
  • Above 4000m at Chanshal

    This is a short travelogue of a weekend trip to Chanshal. The spring is always the most special time of the year. The landscape gets painted in the choicest of colours. The Rhododendron reds,…
  • Conquering the Marsimik La

    Well! The Challenge with penning down a Ladakh Travelogue is not only in the enormity of it, but the fact that, despite the remoteness, vastness and desolateness of the region, it also, ironically,…
  • Magnificent Bhutan!

    I've done a few motorcycle trips to the mountains but one tends to grow lazier with age. These days I'd much rather prefer the most direct path to the destination and then spend my time wandering…
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