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21st March 2020

Car Rental Service in India
Amazing blog!! Great Information about Lachung in Assam. Thank you so much for sharing this fantastic post and photos are really amazing.
From Blog: To Lachung
14th March 2020

Taxi Booking in India
North East holidays is awesome and you have added valuable information for the keen visitors to experience this amazing place.Pictures are so beautiful, thanks for sharing this awesome post with us.
From Blog: Sikkim India
10th January 2020

Car Rental in India
Wonderful Pictures! This blog has an amazing information about the destination in Gangtok. Thank you so much for sharing the details with us.
From Blog: Sikkim India
10th January 2020

Car Rental in India
Wonderfu Picturesl! This blog has an amazing information about the destination in Gangtok. Thank you so much for sharing the details with us.
From Blog: Sikkim India
1st January 2020

Our experience of visiting West and South Sikkim, Darjeeling
Our experience of visiting West and South Sikkim, Darjeeling Sikkim was our first trip to the Northeast. We went in December and the weather was fine, not very cold. Sikkim is a scenic place with rolling hills, blue mountains and leafy, misty woods. You come across the turquoise blue waters of River Rangit and Teestha (WB) almost everywhere. The people are simple, warm and friendly and instinctively smile at strangers. The Baiguney Club Mahindra resort where we stayed is also a beautiful place, on the right bank of River Rangit beyond which rises a mountain. Sikkim is all mountains and streams and valleys carpeted with wild flowers. Roads are very good and road-widening is going on at some places. The Sidkeong Tulku Bird Park at Gyalshing in West Sikkim district is another lovely place. Set in the most dense forest I have ever seen, it is a half an hour exhilarating walk through silver oaks and other trees that reach for the sky. Sun light hardly falls through the dense canopy. The walk leads to the ruins of ancient capital of Sikkim, Rabdentse, and the fort offers expansive views of the Kanchanjunga range. We visited the 17th century Sangchen Pemayangtse Monastery where ancient scrolls of Buddha’s teachings are kept. Pelling is a quiet holiday station. There is a skywalk which offers beautiful views of mountains. The periphery and outskirts of Darjeeling are very scenic but Darjeeling town is over-rated. The tea gardens are really lovely and refreshing. You can enjoy the views from cable car also. The cable cars are a bit scary but it was safe. Darjeeling hill station is congested and jammed with traffic. There is an army memorial at Darjeeling worth visiting. We took a 30-km drive from Darjeeling to Nepal border town of Pasupathinagar. The route via Ghoom, Sukhia Pokhari, and Simana is very scenic with pine forest slopes on both sides of the road. It is a beautiful and memorable drive. We went into Pasupathinagar inside Nepal which is a tax free zone. Although people claim that the goods are all original but cheap, I found most of the items to be clever duplicates. It is a good place to buy jackets though. There is a little town named Jorthung, 3 kms away from Baiguney. It has a well laid out market centre…good place to buy trinkets and souvenirs. Outside the Biguney Club Mahindra, about 100 metres away on the Nayabazar-Legship-Reshi Road, we discovered a little eating place lovingly named Baiguney’s Rasoi. It is a small joint run by two women, and their home-cooked food was delicious and hygienic. And the food is reasonably priced. You can have sumptuous breakfast of Aloo Parathas, Puri Sabzi or bread omelette there itself on neatly laid out tables with the sun streaming in over the mountain. They prepare vegetarian and non-vegetarian lunch and dinner also if you inform in advance. There are lots of Oyos and other small hotels in Jorthang, Pelling, and Gyalshing. The Geyzing market was interesting with fresh fruits, and the Taatopani hot spring. We spent most of the time in West Sikkim and South Sikkim districts. We will do Gangtok and above next time. If you have a morning flight (between 9 am- 12 noon) from Bagdogra, it would be a good idea to start early from Gangtok, Baiguney or Jorthang as landslides can sometimes block the road. If you have a very early morning flight, better to return to Bagdogra the previous evening. https://sreenivas-janyala.blogspot.com/
From Blog: Sikkim India
7th October 2016
Swimmming in the lagoon

Laos visit
I have heard about Laos but were not familiar with the cities or topography. The blog gave me an idea what kind of country is Laos. In fact I had feeling that I was going through LIang Perang. Good. Keep writing.
28th September 2016

Mandalay
Nicely written. With the photos and the descriptive narration,I felt I did travel through Mandalay.
26th September 2016

Yangon visit
Your blog on Yangon is quite interesting, especially since Yangon was not accessible till 2014. Pics are very nice especially of Schwegadon Pagoda. Got a feeling of having visited Yangon. Keep going.
15th June 2013
Angkor Gopuras

Angkor Wat & Siem Reip blog
The blog was really interesting. You get a feeling that Cambodia was more like India than other neighbouring countries like Vietnam & Thailand with temples like in India. A lot of sculpture work has been done to make something like Angkor Gopuras. the early Cambodians must have been good in Architecture. Hope the new govt will give enough attention to protect these.
30th May 2013

Thanks for provide your newzealand trip experience
New Zealand is the country that can’t afford to be missed. It is flooded with exciting attractions that are worth every penny. thanks for nice post
27th May 2013

Hi Wilson, sounds as though you are having a great time.Enjoy the pampering the holiday has to offer. Tony
24th May 2013

Ha Long bay travel in Vietnam
Ha Long Bay , a bay of wonder, is one of the most impressive landscapes in the world with thousands of islets and islands scattered throughout an area of 1500 sq km, and located only 170km North East of Hanoi. The local people use their imagination to flow the spirit into those mindless, timeless limestone and rocky islands, and make them lovelier, livelier and attractive with names such as: fighting cock islet, human head islet, golden tortoise and Ha Long itself, means “descending dragon”. Ha Long also has many grottoes that are worthy of visiting such as: Dau Go grotto, Thien Cung grotto and Tam Cung grotto. Amazing Ha Long is a must destination foreverytourist.at http://www.vietnamfittour.com
From Blog: Halong Bay
8th May 2013

photos
well done wilson. keep on going
4th May 2013
Queenstown1

fantastic pictures.keep going
3rd May 2013

The Hindu temples and statues are an example of religious tolerance which is likely to be crushed sooner than later,
Dear Wilson Uncle, I wonder when the retarded nincompoops destroy the beautiful Murugan Statue and other Hindu structures just as they did the Buddha statues at the caves in Afghanistan.
14th March 2013

Sound good wilson,take care.
2nd March 2013

Hey dad!
Good grammar and spelling on last blog :) Now for some pictures please! (just so we know it is you!)
2nd March 2013

Dad Your Blogs
Hi Dad, Love reading your blogs!. It gives us all an experience of what you are doing. Sorry i missed your call last nite but i was out with my new work crew. I'll give you a phone on viber tomorrow. Love Devas
25th February 2013

Finally!!
Hey dad! Just wanted to say well done on writing some stuff ! Maybe use a spellcheck though yeah?? And photos please !

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