Tag: Stunning

Postcards from Kalpa

Note – The Kinner Kailash mountains and the Apple trees in full bloom will take your breath away … So take a few deep breaths before seeing these pictures. This is probably one of the most beautiful places that Krishnan and I have visited anywhere in the world. […]

Postcards from Khajjiar

Khajjiar took our breath away … It’s not called the mini Switzerland for nothing. It’s stunning and deserves a separate post :). The honest truth is I just didn’t feel like leaving from there. It’s a tiny lake in the middle of lush green meadows ringed with Deodar […]

Postcards from Dalhousie

Warning – Those living in Delhi, Chennai and other places that have sweltering heat please don’t go further :):):). These pictures will really make you feel hotter. Dates we stayed in Dalhousie – April 27 to 30. Hotel – Hotel Grand View Rooms – We stayed in the […]

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