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Mandore Garden, the forgotten capital of Jodhpur

A few kilometers away from the city of Jodhpur is the abandoned and long forgotten capital city of the rulers of the Jodhpur, Mandore. Although, not a famous destination among the tourists, Mandore Garden piqued our interest after learning about the history of the Rajas of Jodhpur while touring the stunning Umaid Bhavan Palace. The […]

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Seven ways to enjoy Istanbul

Ever wondered how a transcontinental metropolis, bustling with diverse cultures, with the history spanning over 2500 years and which witnessed the rise and fall of four big empires would be like? One such city is Istanbul, which attracted the attention of the emperors of Roman, Latin, Byzantine and Ottoman empires to set up their capital […]

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Day trek to the Dainkund Peak, Dalhousie

One of the main things I enjoyed the most when I was in Himachal Pradesh was driving across the beautiful hills, enjoying the majestic Himalayan ranges. Honestly speaking, I cannot imagine a better way to explore these picturesque valleys than a good trek up the hills. Hence, while my husband and I were visiting Dalhousie […]

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The beautiful valleys of Himachal Pradesh

I recently spent an amazing week at the enchanting valleys of Himachal Pradesh, India. Just thinking about the endless mountains ranges, and the lovely weather makes me want to pack my bags and visit the hills again. I was always fascinated about this part of India and thanks to my husband I was lucky enough […]

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Topkapi Palace, the Imperial Palace of Istanbul

The thought of visiting a royal palace is always so exciting to me that the first thing I do when I decide on a trip to a city is to lookup for forts and palaces in that city. And when it comes to Istanbul it needs no introduction for its rich history and abundant architectural […]

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48 hours in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Serengeti National Park Safari

The second leg of our Great African Safari trail in Tanzania was the Serengeti National Park. Being one of the oldest and largest ecosystems in African continent, I couldn’t contain my excitement of experiencing Safari at Serengeti. With a tight schedule we had in hand and all the places I wanted to tick off my […]

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Brú na Bóinne, Ancient mansions of Boyne!

Since we Sisters have a tini tiny obsession with visiting the UNESCO World Heritage sites, I couldnt let myself go out of Ireland without visiting Brú na Bóinne. When I was doing my research on UNESCO World Heritage sites in Ireland I came across ample of them but what caught my attention was this 5,000 […]

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A vegetarian delight in Tanzania

Tanzania food

Just like the famous quote “ A happy tummy is a happy soul”, one of my favorite memories from Tanzania was relishing on the local vegetarian food (Apart from spending time with my husband, ofcourse ;)). I know one wouldn’t link Tanzania to a country offering variety of options for vegetarians. But after eating some […]

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From the streets of vibrant Galway!

As part of our day tour from Dublin with the Wild Rover Tours, last stop was the medieval city of Galway after visiting Cliffs of Moher and Burren. We had 2 hours in hand to explore this city before we head back to Dublin. For the first 30 minutes, after we arrived in Galway our guide […]

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Rocky pasture of Burren National Park

When we hear of a “national park”, images of thick jungle and invigorating greenery comes to our mind which are usually filled with wild animals. But this was not the case when we visited Burren National Park in Ireland. We had spent an exhilarating time hiking and taking in all the beauty at the Cliffs […]

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  • Beautiful details on one of the prominent structure, Ek Thamba Mahal inside the forgot garden of Jodhpur! Explore the beauty of Mandore garden in our recent post.. #TOTSinIndia #mandoregarden #jodhpur #rajasthan #traveltuesday #instajodhpur #igersrajasthan #india #indiagram #incredibleindia #traveldiaries #travelingram #traveladdict #wanderlust #travelblog #igworldclub #IGtravel  #mytravelgram #travelblogger #travelgram #Aroundtheworld #passionpassport #exploringtheglobe  #mytravelgram  #wanderlust #worlderlust #mytinyatlas #welltravelled #travelphotography

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