Ghost town Dhanushkodi – where oceans meet

We visited Dhanushkodi on our trip to Rameshwaram – Kanyakumari. Dhanushkodi is heaven on earth for all the beach lovers. Bordered by the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean Dhanushkodi is one of the beautiful places I have visited. The emerald-green water, white sand, where you can actually see a rainbow in milky white waves and the ruins on the shore are sure a delight for all the travelers. Dhanushkodi is around 20kms away from Rameshwaram. It’s at the southeastern tip of Pamban island is about 29kms west of Talaimannar in Srilanka. Dhanushkodi shares the only land border between India and Srilanka …

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Gandikota Grand Canyon and Belum Caves

I was waiting at my pickup point holding my umbrella all excited about my weekend trip. As it started to rain heavily all my excitement started to fade away slowly,  the bus is an hour late already, and on the other hand my friends have missed the bus and the driver is not picking up the call, I stood there wondering whether I have missed the bus or is it stuck somewhere in Bangalore traffic, this is  how the Gandikota trip started.  Sleepy Town Jammalamadugu: Jammalamadugu Bus Stop, Source Finally, my bus reached my pickup point and I reached Jammalamadugu …

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Hampi: City of Ruins

Hampi is one of the places which is on every traveler’s bucket list. Hampi a UNESCO world heritage site, the capital city of Vijayanagara empire, full of monuments and beautiful architecture all over the city. When we decided Hampi as our next travel destination we thought why not cover Badami, Aihole, and Patadakalu along, so we planned a weekend trip to cover these places. After seeing these monuments I stood there mesmerized and started wondering how beautiful this place would have been when it was ruled by Krishnadevaraya where they used to sell gems and gold on the streets. Hampi was …

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