Tunganath Temple Courtyard : Trek to Chandrashila

Trek to Chandrashila

Trek to Chandrashila : This is part 3 of my memoirs on the Trek to Tunganath and Chandrashila Travelogue

At the Tunganath Temple Grounds. At about 3 pm it suddenly started to drizzle followed by sleet. Sitting on our wooden plank beds inside the mandir committee guesthouse, which allows chilly wind through the cracks of its door, we hugged to our quilts and peeped outside. The room has a small broken window and something, which they call an attached bathroom. Even the oil-lamp, which they provide, was not good enough to let you realise the shape or condition of it.

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Reaching Masai Mara Kenya – II

Nairobi, the Capital of Kenya – This is part 2 of my Masai Mara Kenya Travelogue

Nairobi, the second largest city in Africa (after Cape Town), has a large Indian population who mostly control the local business. Nairobi is a progressive city and on that particular day the city was hosting an international soccer match against Uruguay, their arch rival in football. The stadium area was lively with supporters, fans and hawkers thronging the streets. Karen Blixen Avenue, named after the Dutch author, is one of the up market areas of the city. She is famous for her memoir on her life in Kenya titled “Out of Africa” which was later made into a successful Hollywood film. This was the nicest area of Nairobi which we saw.

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Lioness Mara

Masai Mara – Your ultimate African Safari !!

The flight time from Sharjah, UAE  to Nairobi, Kenya on Air Arabia is about 6 hours. As we approached landing, from high above, the earth looked green, the vegetation flat and smooth stretching all across to the horizon. The sky was azure blue all around. Small hills bordered the horizon and dark …

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