Darjeeling is a town in India’s West Bengal state, in the Himalayan foothills. It was once a summer resort for the British Raj elite, it remains the terminus of the narrow-gauge Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, or “Toy Train,” completed in 1881. This hill station offers is known for the distinctive varieties of tea plantations and with the breathtaking view of the great Kanchenjunga mountains which are … Continue reading My first time in Darjeeling! Pinkpebble
White Rann in the Kutch region of Gujarat has been on my travel list ever since I saw the climax of a Telugu movie (Maghadeera) in which a battle scene was shot and I was fascinated by the widespread white desert and wondered what it looks like in real life. I kept postponing this trip as I didn’t want to travel to Gujarat just for … Continue reading Rann of Kutch in one day!
Eguisheim is a beautiful fairy-tale like village situated on the Alsace wine route and is listed among the most beautiful villages of France. Eguisheim is in the Alsace region, 7 km southwest of the more popular Colmar. The town center is tiny and car free (at least for tourists). There is a metered parking lot just before you enter the old town center: 6 Gr … Continue reading What to expect in Eguisheim!
Please check out my previous vlogs on Eguisheim and Colmar to know the full details on how to reach this place. This vlog is really small, as we spent just 2 hours in this place as we stopped here for lunch and some wine tasting. It was similar to other Alsace villages like Eguisheim. But I have still made this video just to show around … Continue reading Three hours in Riquewihr- France
Colmar is one place I did not want to just ‘check off the bucket list’ . This was one of my leisure vacations, where I just walked around randomly in the beautiful streets of Colmar, relish mouthwatering food from the local restaurants, go for numerous wine tastings, carry home wine from the local Wineries, and just soak in the beauty and charm of this beautiful … Continue reading Colmar Vlog by Pinkpebble Sandhya
Tomorrowland is not just a music festival, its a cult, a religion, a passion and a reason of celebration for many people. Apart from enjoying the best music, I saw true emotions of people, who sang, cried, danced and hugged their loved ones with so much passion while their favorite DJ is playing. I was blown away by the way people are involved and mesmerized … Continue reading Being Indian at Tomorrowland!