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Bird's day out. August 2017. 
The Bird Park of Bali is a beautiful heaven land with hundreds of species of colorful birds. They sing, they perch on your head and hands, they  do ticks and make you smile. If you have had a bad day, or need some colors in your life, go to this Bird Park. The birds are well fed, taken care of and not caged heartlessly. They thrive in a natural environment and this gave us a reason to visit again. #TheTravelCurry loved it at #BaliBirdPark.  #Indonesia #Travelblogger #BaliTourism @thrillophilia
Memories 2 years ago- Basking in the sun at the renowned Monkey Forest in Bali, Indonesia. Aug 2017. ...................
Sprawling over a large large area, the forest is home to several monkeys and lush green flora. Visited by thousands of tourists in a day, it gets a little difficult to find a quiet spot. And when we saw this secluded wooden bridge, we wasted no time in capturing it. hehe. The bridge ends abruptly in a corner, making it one of the "no man's area", restricting tourists  beyond this point. The silence of the corner was a bit eerie but we knew that the guards were close by, if anything happened
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I wanna settle down somewhere in the hills and may be teach yoga for a living. Finding peace in Valley of Flowers. July 2019.  #Valleyofflowers #Travelblogger #uttarakhandheaven #travelholic #thetravelcurry #Indiatravel #traveladdict 
Pic credit: @malakar_mithun
Every place is on my bucket list, 
And keep this dream clenched in my fist,
Becoz when I grow old and look back,
Smiling at me would be my travel tales in a sack. -Inauguration day of Kunzum Travel Cafe, Gurugram, Dec 2018
PC: @gautamdutta2001
#TravelBlogger #KunzumCafe #gurugramdiaries
#travel #indiatraveldiaries
July'19- Soaking in the green vibes and making #thetravelcurry. The soothing green tones, the blanket of clouds and the endless stretch of monsoon flowers left us speechless. As we delved deeper into the valley, we spotted rare Himalayan birds and suddenly a noise in the bushes expecting a bear, as what the locals had warned. But it turned out to be lose stones rolling into the small river behind. It was a relief and funny too. Haha! At 14k feet above sea level the lush green valley of flowers that opens only during Monsoon from June and closes in September, will leave you asking for more. This was the most extreme & tiring trek of my life but equally rewarding. #Travelblogger #Travelcouple #Uttarakhand #Trekking
In the lap of nature, we found ourselves, when serenity wrapped us in Green. -July'19
As much as it looks gorgeous, Valley of flowers is equally difficult to reach. The rocky path with slippery and loose stones, tests your endurance, but once you witness the velvety stretch of flowers, the efforts seem totally worth it. The flowers bloom from mid July till September and the park closes in October. Visit the UNESCO World heritage site before industrial or plastic pollution kills it. Soak in fresh oxygen and fuel yourself with happy vibes. 
P.S-A detailed post will be up on the blog soon. 
#Uttarakhand #valleyofflowers #Travelblogger #travelcouples #vacationmode #Hills #incredibleindia #monsoonseason #thetravelcurry
March '19- The ravishing Nagaur Fort left #thetravelcurry stunned. I can't stop drooling over the pictures and can't stop smiling at the beautiful memories of my trip. Nagaur Fort was the most unique one, full of surprising stories and marvelous architecture. There was a time when the queen of Nagaur had leased the fort to BSF in 1970 when Indio-Pak tension were on the rise. Many structures, as old as the Tajmahal, were defaced and painted with BSF logos. The fort was taken back in 1985 after a long legal battle and preservation of the fort still continues. #Travelblogger #rajasthantour
#thetravelcurry #Travelcouple #Nagaur #IncredibleIndia #RajasthanDiaries #OffbeatRajasthan
Years ago..when I was chasing sunshine and happiness in Udaipur, Rajasthan.- Oct'16.
This is the gorgeous Jagdish temple where I attempted to be candid but failed miserably. So I bit my lip, looked into the camera and tried to smile. That's the face with shyness and nervousness both. 
Oct 2016, Udaipur.#IndiaTraveller #Rajasthan #Udaipur #DiscoverIndia #jagdishtempleudaipur #Thetravelcurry
This is how I start my day on holidays with green tea, almonds and Farmlite Oats Cookies. Even if I over-pack, there is always space for these in my bag. I make conscious choices and never compromise on health. It is afterall the biggest wealth one has. Why ignore it even while traveling? #Travelblogger #healthtravelers #startaday #Pithlahaveli #throwback Health tips while traveling from #thetravelcurry
March'19- Wondering how did the queen of the royal Mandir Palace feel surrounded by the magnificence! Laid by Maharwal Moolraaj ji two centuries ago, the palace's exquisite Indo-Saracenic architecture with ornate balconies, marvelously carved canopies and stone structures are awe-inspiring. Partially a heritage hotel now, parts of the palace housing museums are still open to public. Badal Niwas and Jawahar Niwas are among the most gorgeous sections that speak of unmatched, fine craftsmanship. You cannot afford to miss this spellbinding palace in Jaiselmer.
March'19- I have always been fond of historic architecture and offbeat places. This time my search ended in Nagaur city, a lesser known place in Rajasthan. The fort of Nagaur is the best known attraction  in this little city that had brought us to this place. Founded by the Naga Kings and passed on to several kingdoms, the last survivors have preserved this 5th century fort with it's original decor. Like vegetable or natural dye for wall paintings, original portraits or marble structures with minimal/no reconstruction. The section housing the queens' palace is now a luxurious heritage hotel. I left a part of my heart in this fort, longing to visit the beauty again.  Nagaur Fort is a visual treat and a must visit for photo/history/travel enthusiasts. Pic credit: @Malakar_Mithun #NagaurFort #RajasthanOffbeat #Travelcouple #Travelblogger #travel #NikonD7500 #natgeoyourshot #Indiatravel
March'19- The fancy of several film makers, Junagarh Fort in Bikaner is the only fort not on hills. Visually appealing, this magnificent fort bears a testimony of the golden era goneby.

Since Bikaner is not so touristy and doesn't top the list of must visit places in Rajasthan, Junagarh Fort is a name heard in films only. The fort is hugeeee and has some of the well preserved artefacts of previous rulers and Bikaner's history.  P.S few portions of movie Jodha Akbar was filmed in this very fort. #Junagarh #Bikaner #Rajasthan #india