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Untold Explorations - DAY2 - Dalhousie Musings

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Dalhousie, A hill from back in the time. Hello everyone, This post is part of a travelogue series that I have been writing on my recent Trip with Untold Tales (Facebook link) Read the previous posts Utexploration Post 1 - Golden temple Utexploration Post 2 - Wagah/Attari Border Untold Explorations - DAY1 - Amritsar Continued Disclaimer: This post might have been ended up more of my musings about Dalhousie rather than a travelogue. Aggey apki marzi... Did you love the slow but visually delightful canvas of the Bollywood movie Lootera, then you will definitely create a connection with Dalhousie. If you are one who stays in the city out of circumstances and dreams of someday being lost in a town in the hills, then you would fall for this place. What I would recommend for people to do in Dalhousie is something I couldn't do. If you were on a planned trip like me with a itinerary and Dalhousie is one of the 7-8 places you go then yes go about your itinerary and experi

Untold Explorations - DAY1 - Amritsar Continued

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Hello everyone, This post is part of a travelogue series that I have been writing on my recent Trip with Untold Tales (Facebook link) Read the previous posts Utexploration Post 1 - Golden temple Utexploration Post 2 - Wagah/Attari Border So as per itinerary we had Golden Temple and Wagah/Attari Border retreat ceremony to be covered, but Amritsar has a lot more to offer. Going through the streets of Amritsar, I said to Sunny who was accompanying me "It's beautiful, one must spend more than a day to thoroughly admire and enjoy this place." But then I think like that about every place I visit, I like to leave with a few memories about the roads I went strolling without any purpose.. Back then I promised myself to come back here and spend more time exploring the place. Seems silly when I say this but.... If you give enough time,  the place starts speaking to you and you can have some delightful conversations! We did roam through the Amritsar Mall Road and