One of my unplanned and bodacious journeys that changed me upside down (definitely in a good way) was the trek to Triund. The memories of the journey are still afresh in my mind and heart and will always be. Who likes to get rid of good memories after all!! Besides if you have made good friends on one of those trips, it even adds up to your assets. In the Dhauladhar mountain range of Himalayas, lays a beautiful city full of mind-boggling landscapes and eye-catching views. One can easily be dazed and mesmerized by looking at the panoramic views in the city of Mcleodganj and Dharamshala. It is surrounded by the mountain range of Dhauladhar and has numerous waterfalls at places. Hill stations and mountains are one of my preferred destinations whenever I plan to go somewhere. It’s not like I don’t like to go to other places. Other places

As I am writing these lines, this country 6 times bigger and 20 times more populated than France is my new home for the next few months. I wanted to experience something different and escape the winter of my country. I think I succeed in both, but I am not sure if I will survive the heat some time more 🙂 Anyways, Here I am writing some TIPS for solo travelers in India.   Tips for solo travelers to India in Summer   STAY HYDRATE – Maybe the most Important Advice, This doesn’t just mean guzzling water when you feel thirsty but drinking water on regular intervals and make it a habit to hydrate your body in crouching heat. Try to always keep a water bottle with you because you can’t drink tap water in India. It’s extremely unsafe because water is the best carrier of disease it’s an easy