4th February : Day 4 : Thimphu to Phobjika via Dochula : Today our plan was to move to Phobjika obviously to experience the rarest Black Neck Cranes after spending two nights at Capital of Bhutan – Thimphu In & Around. We had to go a long distance, so we all were ready by 8:30 as instructed by Raj, but at the last moment we somehow got a bit late. Finally we started for our first halt point, Dochula at sharp 9 o’clock in the morning. You’d come across a checkpoint after around an hour where you’ll have to...Read More
Continuation from my previous post regarding Entering Bhutan – The Land of Thunder Dragon. 2nd February : Day 2 : Phuentsholing to Thimphu : My mom, dad and aunt woke up very early at around 5 AM, it’s their habit and they do it every day. We kept sleeping till 7:00 AM. While planning for Bhutan, we came across various informations which suggested Tea in Bhutan is not that common. So we carried our own Electric Kettle, Tea Bags and Sugar Cubes. As like other Bengali’s, Tea is something which is mandatory for us for at least 2 times...Read More
If you are planning for a trip to Bhutan, make sure to check out Planning a Trip to Bhutan – For Indians. 31st January 2016 : Board Train : Generally on Sunday’s I sleep till 10 or 11 o’clock but today I was so excited that I woke up earlier. Finally the day has come to begin our journey. All the packing were already completed. We had reservations up to Hasimara (HSA) on 13149 – Kanchankanya Express, which leaves from Sealdah (SDAH) at 8:30. I was so excited that I got too restless, as when the time would come...Read More
Yes, I do believe that unplanned trips are fun. But there’s a fine line of difference exists between planning and gathering information. Well, to tell you the truth, I’m planning a trip to Bhutan ever since I returned from my Sikkim Trip. Previously I planned it with my family but then various things happened and finally my marriage was fixed with the love of my life. Ahhh…I just couldn’t describe the dilemma I was in. Should I plan it as Honeymoon or a Family Trip as my parents are avid travelers and from a very long time they had...Read More
Bichitrapur Mongrove Forest is developed by Odisha Forest Sector Development Programme in regeneration, conservation and protection of mangrove forests. Bichitrapur is a small hamlet in Baleswar (Balasore) District of Odisha and around 15KM from Digha in West Bengal. It is located 59 KM towards East from District head quarters Balasore. Jaleswar, Contai, Baleswar (Balasore) are the nearby Cities to Bichitrapur. Bichitrapur is in the border of the Baleshwar District and Medinipur East District. Where : It takes around 2 Hours from Digha. How To Reach : Just ask any motor vans or Auto. Price depends on your bargaining skills....Read More
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