ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘wild’

11Feb

Arunachal – the amazing land in the North – Eastern part of India guarantees jaw dropping experiences everyday. During our one month visit we simply could not stop asking ourselves, why we haven’t heard of it before. A unique mix of jungle covered hills, river valleys, high Himalayan peaks is the most biologically diverse part […]Continue Reading

06Feb

Where lies the border between “impossible” and “crazy difficult”? Where is the point, where one should start thinking about surrendering and say – “it is too much for me”? Before and during our journey, we had a lot of adventures – most of them being rather “under control” and relatively well planned. Even though some […]Continue Reading

18Jan

We usually have no fixed plans regarding where to go next, we try to “go with the flow”. Being totally relaxed about the itinerary is not so easy, when one has an extremely expensive permit that is valid for one month only, and a huge area to cover by bicycle. In Arunachal we had to […]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