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In Orissa: Temples and the Sea, Puri & Konark
Travelogue Submitted By: vishnu.kumar7 on 2014-06-29

Rain stopped, clouds vanished, and sky was now filled with bright colors of moon and stars. It was that usual phenomenon when days are overcast and nights are clear. Sound of high tide sea waves was audible till the T-junction where auto guy dropped me. I was hunting an accommodation at Chakra Tirtha (CT) road which runs parallel to the beach and lined up with hotels, taverns, restaurants and souvenir shops.

In Orissa: Gopalpur on post cyclone sea
Travelogue Submitted By: vishnu.kumar7 on 2014-06-24

Mid-night, stray dogs were barking in the murky dark streets of Visakhapatnam. I just had my dinner and hit the bus stand to catch the overnight bus to Orissa. I falsely assumed roads along the eastern coastline will be good with frequent bus services but unfortunately there was no bus towards Orissa. Disappointed, I headed to railway station, East coast railways.

Exploring Khanapur's untouched beauty !!
Travelogue Submitted By: Poornima on 2014-06-19

Early morning alarm rings, we pick up our backpack with packed lunch and reach the starting point – this is how our one day treks begin… so was this day, when a group of eight got into the hired Mahindra and started by 6.30 in the morning. We nature enthusiasts exchanged pleasantries and discussed the tentative plan for the day.

Quarter to 5 and I got down at Jeypore railway station which is in the middle of paddy fields and low rising hills of Eastern Ghats. Last 3 hours passed in chitchatting with highly vocal TT, silently observing the life in a slow-paced train passing through the tribal belt of India and munching fruits I purchased from Jagdalpur.

                Situated amidst the deep dense forest of Western ghats in Uttar Kannada, Burude jog, is one amongst a few multitiered waterfalls in Karnataka

Great Himalayan Trail   Low Route – Full Traverse
The GHT Low Route in Nepal – also called the Cultural Route – goes mostly through the country’s mid hills with an average altitude of 2000m. However, there are still a couple of passes to cross with the highest being the Jang La at 4519 m between Dhorpatan and Dolpa in West-Nepal.

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