DAY-2 – 30th Sept’11 Finally after 6hours of night sleep got up early at 6am.As I was the first one to get up ,…Read More
Every year it easily takes about 8hrs to reach there. But this time 5hrs was only possible beacuse of the improved road conditions. After reaching my grandparents place, got freshned for lunch. I was dead tired as I did not sleep the previous night, above this the fever and throat infection and then driving. But still “Itni Door Ghar pe Baithne Ke liye Thoda na aaye Hain”. After all, We are Ghumakkars and Travelling is our main motive.Read More
“Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers. The mind can never…Read More
Last year I planned my Christmas vacation to Mussoorie in and around. Although I never been there but I had this feeling that Mussoorie…Read More
The grandeur was so vast and limitless that it never appeared Earthly. As if it was a symbolic display of cosmic truth. The mist seem to be representing the world that we live in. We are the tiny drops that constitute that mist, so very attached and absorbed in that haze. But up there a blessed energy awaits us. Only if we have the courage and awareness to unbound from this ocean of mist and set our selves free.Read More
Our whole family was around for the Diwali Holidays, a period of about 5 days. We wanted to escape from the fumes of crackers…Read More
After enjoying the evening in Nathala , next day morning we checked out from Hotel & proceeded towards Dehradun. There are two routes for…Read More
It’s been a more than a year I am following Ghumakkar to read the experiences of Ghumakkar’s. I really like reading the write ups…Read More
Hi friends, I am a fan of ghummakkar but only recently I decide to share my experience with you all. This is about my…Read More
I read about Jakholi, a small village near Rudraprayag in Uttaranchal, in 2008 in a Travel magazine named “Bhraman” published in Kolkata where I hail…Read More
Anyways moving to Dhanaulti .. We stayed over night at this resort and imprudently decided to travel where the road takes us , We had no Idea about where we will stay and eat etc … To our good luck we found a nice guest house ( I am not sure if it is a guest house !! ) close to the main attraction point just before Dhanaulti.Read More
सहस्त्रधारा में अंदर घुसते ही 10 रूपये/बाइक एंट्री फीस लगती है जो हमने दिया और अंदर चले गए. वहाँ जाकर हमने बाइक को एक दुकान के आगे खड़ा किया और दुकान वाले से दो लॉकर किराये पर लिया (50 रूपये एक लाकर ). अपना बैग और सामान लाकर के अंदर रखने के बाद हमने दुकान वाले को चाय नाश्ता के लिए बोला और पानी में नहाने के लिए चले गए.
अंदर पानी बहुत ही ठंडा था और वहाँ पर स्थानीय लोगो ने जगह-जगह दिवार बनायी थी इसलिए वह किसी स्विमिंग पूल की तरह दिख रहा था.
थोड़ी देर नहाने के बाद हम लोगो ने सहस्त्रधारा किनारे बैठ के चाय और परांठे खाये।