Agra, India – Fatehpur Sikri, the magnificent red empire

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Rate our ReviewsAgra India…I remember when I was a child if I were given a special power, I would have chosen to travel in time. I have always been fascinated with the history of man, the rise and fall and what remains.  I always have goosebumps when reading stories or seeing remnants in museums. If […]

The Alchi Monastery- Ladakh, India – Discovery and Chang

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Rate our ReviewsAlchi Monastery…Our day started when we met our Ladakhi guide, Stanzin and driver, Gylsom who were going to travel with us for the next three days. Stanzin was an unassuming, witty and candid fellow who had returned from a tour accompanying Belgian tourists, from Srinagar to Leh. He regaled us with delightful stories […]

Ladakh, India – Discovering missed flights & altitude sickness

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Rate our ReviewsLadakh India…After some drama about a missed flight from Delhi, we finally landed in Leh, the capital of Ladakh – a “Little Tibet” in Jammu & Kashmir region, India’s northernmost state. Ladakh is dominated by mountain ranges especially the Himalaya and Karakoram ranges, and its capital, Leh is situated at an altitude of […]

Mumbai, India – Walking around the great port city

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Rate our ReviewsMumbai, India…After a fantastic experience in the Taj Mahal, Agra, I decided to end my journey in Mumbai. It is said that when you go to Mumbai, you are stepping into the front door of India. Mumbai is a port city, on the west coast of the Indian peninsula,  which was called Bombay […]

KODAIKANAL, INDIA – Bats out of Hell unleashed

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Rate our ReviewsHaving spent a good time at the Union church, the Madmans forest and Berijam Lake during the days before, we today intended to visit some of the many hot spots within the township itself. Of the many attractions in Kodaikanal, was a church built by a French priest, an almost unknown waterfall and […]