So we all know how bucket lists work: you have a list of things you want to do over the period of your life. It might be a list you’ve made in your head with a rough plan on how it’ll go down when it happens or, if you’re more organised, you’ve probably noted everything down somewhere (either on a piece of paper or on your computer; maybe in your notes on your phone, who knows? The possibilities are endless) and have each item on the list planned down to the nitty gritty. Continue reading “Times Square In The Rain”
Kaghan Valley is an absolutely amazing place to visit in the summers. The roads are only open for a couple of months and the sooner you go after the roads have been opened, the greater the chances of you getting to view the frozen peaks and the main river that runs through the valley. It is located in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Pakistan and is a great summer destination. Continue reading “Trip to Kaghan Valley – Day 1”
Recently, I went on a family trip to Kaghan Valley which is located in the north-west province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Pakistan. I wanted to write about it but, as mentioned in my last post, my laziness overtook me and instead of posting on my blog, I started posting daily drawings on Instagram.
However, since I have taken an oath to pay more attention to my blog, I will be writing about my 3-day trip, posting an entire day in each post. I’ll try to keep it brief and it’ll have lots of pictures. It was an absolutely amazing place and I would certainly go back, if given the opportunity to do so. I hope you will read my rambles about my pretty short but pretty awesome trip!
To give you an idea of the place, we got to see these beautiful peaks every day, most of the day. It was pretty amazing.
As a random question, what is the last place you travelled to or visited and what did you like/dislike about it and why?
P.s. This is meant to be an attempt at travel blogging. I hope I do it justice.
Ok so I need to look for places in Colombo that fit my budget when it comes to accommodation. I short-listed two places: Lavinia Beach Hostel and the YWCA International Guest House. If I could get an opinion on these two places from travellers who may have visited them, that would be awesome. I’m trying not to rely on information on travel sites because usually the most favourable pictures are listed with low prices and you might discover that you were wrongfully reeled in. Recommendations are welcome and if you have suggestions to make with regards to Kathmandu, even better!!! Thanks in advance.