One month backpacking in India – Part 3

Jun 19

One month backpacking in India – Part 3

A traveler once told me, it would take 2 lifetimes to finish visiting India. Since I only have 1 month, I decided to take full advantage of the limited time I had by going on a grand tour of India. The journey was so grand that it took me from the south to the north, from the baking desert plain of Rajasthan to the freezing snow capped mountain of the Himalayan, from...

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One month backpacking in India – Part 2

May 24

One month backpacking in India – Part 2

Rupees Rupees Rupees! If you think you cannot afford to backpack for one whole month in India, then I have good news for you; backpacking in India is damn cheap. Guess how much I spent in whole India for 33 days? No prize for guessing though. Come on… you can guess it. How much? Around RM5,000? Not even half of that. The grand total is merely INR 32,946 or...

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One month backpacking in India – Part 1

May 13

One month backpacking in India – Part 1

If you have one month to spare and looking for some cheap thrills in your mundane life, I would strongly recommend backpacking in India. This is what I did from 21st March 2009 to 22nd April 2009. During my travel, I came across many travelers from all around the world such as America, Europe, Africa, Australia, Japan, South Korea, China and even Thailand. However,...

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Sunsets and sunrises of India

Apr 26

Sunsets and sunrises of India

Here is a collection of my favorite sunsets and sunrises while I was traveling in India. Photos are arranged in chronological order. Manipal, Karnataka Miramar Beach, Goa Chowpatty Beach, Mumbai Udaipur’s Lake Palace, Rajasthan Sunset Point at Mt. Abu, Rajasthan Sunset from train in Rajasthan Taj Mahal, Agra McLeod Ganj, Himachal Pradesh Shimla,...

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A visit to the most bizarre museum

Apr 18

A visit to the most bizarre museum

When I was in Manipal, India; the place where Esther is studying, I visited a museum in her campus. The museum is suppose to be educational for the students but for me, it is the most bizarre museum I have ever visited. Before you read any further, I would like to warn you that this post contains disturbing images of human body parts, fetuses and other stuffs that...

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My first snow is in India

Apr 12

My first snow is in India

Staying in Malaysia for my whole life, I always wonder how does snow feels like. I finally felt it today in India. To be specific, in Manali, somewhere in the state of Himachal Pradesh.  Never I expect my first experience with snow is in India. So how does it feels like? Well, it’s like a huge bowl of ais kacang without the syrup and the nuts. No, I did not make...

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