Year in Travel-2016

We bid our farewell to 2016, just a while ago. Some of you might have taken up resolutions or even made their 2017 bucket list. Most people are looking forward to what 2017 has to offer. But, there are a few just pondering on how good/bad 2016 was. I am definitely one of them. There’s nothing wrong in doing that, especially if your reviewing the best moments of the year and almost all of them involves satiating your wanderlust 🙂

So, here’s how my year went-Travelling.

The year started at the Great White Dessert (Gujarat)

Rann of Kutch-Kutch, Gujarat, India

Then I went on to experience the Rural Olympics

Rural Sports Festival at Killa Raipur, Ludhiyana, Punjab

….and a little walk in the fields of Sarson (Mustard) 😛

Ludhiyana, Punjab, India

Goa is never a bad idea

Condolim Beach, Goa, India

A little culture trip to Amdavad

Adalaj Step Well, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

I got lost in the forest Coorging

Brahmagiri Wildflife Sanctuary, Coorg, Karnataka, India

I went cruising in 79% humidity, breathing water through my skin

Willington Island, Cochin, Kerala, India

Then it was New York calling

Staten Island, New York, USA

Then Texas just wouldn’t let me leave

Dallas, Texas, USA

I went trekking and completed it for once

Naneghat, Maharashtra, India

There’s was a time when my Wine told me a limerick

Sula Vineyards, Nashik, Maharashtra, India

There was history, hippie and Hampi

Virupaksha Temple, Hampi, Karnataka, India

I went loca in the Caribbean

Playa Maroma, Cancun, Mexico

Coming back home to this beauty

Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, India

Biggest festival in the West

Khetwadi Cha Raja, Mumbai, India

Biggest festival in the East

Chetla Agrani Club, Kolkata, India

The biggest festival back home-Diwali

Diwali at home

Finally, Hello Bangalore!

Brigade Road, Bangalore, India

How did your year go? and how do you plan your timelines for 2017? I would love to hear all about it. Comment below and share your wonderful stories :D.

 

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