09Jan

During our cycle touring adventure in Arunachal Pradesh, we visited the district of Tawang – a place inhabited by the Monpas, followers of  the Tibetan version of Buddhism – Vajrayana. There are four main sects of Tibetan Buddhism: Gelugpa (the Dalai Lamas sect, most known and widespread across India), Kagyupa (the sect of the Karmapa, […]Continue Reading

07Jan

The wildest, least explored of all Indian states is undoubtedly Arunachal Pradesh. To get there, one must get a very expensive permit valid only for one month (as expensive as an Indian visa). We never planned to visit the North East of India, but as soon as we read some articles on the internet about […]Continue Reading

29Dec

Assam. You have probably heard about this place when you drank a cup of Indian tea. The biggest of the North Eastern States, divided by the mighty Brahmaputra river is a place not much visited by western tourists. We were always interested in exploring the path less travelled, so going to the East of India […]Continue Reading

19Dec

Right after we re-entered India (this time on a short, 3 months long visa) we headed North to Darjeeling – a region famous for its tea plantations and a mild, mountainous climate. To get to Sikkim, a unique Indian state squeezed between Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet we had to apply for a permit in Darjeeling […]Continue Reading

02Dec

Entering Nepal was a huge relieve for us – we were very tired of Indian lowlands (chaotic, crowded, noisy and polluted) and literally seconds after we crossed the border we knew, that Nepal would be completely different. Seeing a modest building of the immigration office in Mahendranagar told us a lot about the country. We […]Continue Reading

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