How to get there (From Ahmedabad):
1. Air – (Travel Time: 2 Hours) There are over a 20 Flights that connects to the Bengaluru International Airport, Daily from Ahmedabad Airport. The Major Players like Indigo, Jet Airways & Kingfisher are recommended.
2. Train–(Travel Time: 3 Days)There are almost 5-6 Trains that run on weekly basis, The Jodhpur-Bangalore City Express & Ajmer-Bangalore City Express are recommended.
3. Road– The Distance of Bangalore from Ahmedabad is 1505.6 Kms, and It takes Approx. 22 Hours to Reach there as per the driving conditions. There are no worries as Bangalore is Well Connected with Highways.
- By Hanika Jethani
Getting mugged and nearly molested by a troop of monkeys isn’t everyone’s idea of holiday fun. But the volume and persistence with which Jaipur hawks its forts and palaces can sometimes make you sick enough. I was at Galta, a hill shrine established by Rao Kriparam, a courtier of Maharajah Sawai Jai Singh II in March 2007. The place is 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) away from the picture-book Pink City.
Galtaji, as it is reverently referred to, calls to different people in different voices. Devotion brings some to the Sun Temple built in the 18th century.
I saw school children with uniforms being headed for an exam-ending picnic. It was early evening as I drove through the 50-foot high gateway that serves as the mouth to Galta. There was a turn on one-car-wide uphill drive which lead to why most people come to Galta – the temple and its rather magnificent complex of bathing tanks, fountains and frescoes.
- By Disha Patel
We usually select a college on the basis of how big the college name is; well for me the story was different. I went to USA for my Master’s from Keuka College, NY because of Keuka Park’s beauty. Yes I know nobody has heard of this college, but may be that is the reason Keuka Park is so pure. A silent town located on Keuka Lake.
Keuka Park is simply “scenic beauty”. What catches people’s eye is the Keuka Lake. An unusual lake which is in a “Y” shape which is why American Indians named this lake as Keuka meaning “crooked”.
Rightly said, “Where there is a will, there is a Way”. I myself authenticated this proverb on 14th May, 2011. But in my case I considered its vice-versa. I was not actually willing to take the IES (Indian Engineering Services) exam, nevertheless was going to take it and had left from JODHPUR to JAIPUR, for this purpose, which seemed to be purposeless.
Had many second thoughts about whether I should go or not, but at last left for Jaipur in a bus at 23:00 hours on 13th May from Jodhpur, which was supposed to reach Jaipur at 6:00 hours on 14th. My examination time was 9:30 hours and so, was satisfied with bus timings and me and my friend departed from BAR (name of a city in Rajasthan, not the place you thought) where it took a hold for refreshment.
Hi guys, I am Hardik from Toronto. I want to share my experience of Wonderland that I have visited last month. If you have been to Essel world in Mumbai, you can have a rough idea of Wonderland. It’s just more advanced, bigger and has more rides.
Now I’ll begin with my journey of Wonderland. We four guys went together and my dropped us off at the gate of wonderland. It’s really fun if you have a bunch of people with you on the places like Wonderland. On the front gate we show a big line of ticket windows as they were all selling different types of packages, some had season passes, some had single entry group tickets and we got confused for the right window to go. Just at the same time one of the guard saw us just standing there looking confused, he came over and helped us for tickets. At the entrance one will be checked thoroughly and your hand will be stamped by a tattoo just like in a dance club.
I look forward to my trip to Kerala …with a song on my lips, twinkle in my eyes and thrill in my heart. It’s been a year where I am working like a machine and regularly finding some places for holidays but it always turn to be a big failure , concern with family friends and some travel agents too but could not find the proper holiday destination which I want to be ,as my work is to more deal with my clients and I always thinks that I am surround of the people who wear same type of cloth, arrive at the same time and do same type of work daily, so want a rid off out it, and off course I need a holiday at some place where i could spend the time with myself ,one of my friend advised me to take a tour once in “GOD’S OWN COUNTRY ” i.e. Kerala which I thought a great idea ,I searched in latest encyclopedia i.e. GOOGLE and found this place very interesting to visit and by this way i planned my first holiday trip.
I booked my tickets from the travel agents ,as one of my friend advice me to take the journey by train as she find it interesting while travelling by train ,as I go through the route map of my train i.e. Gandhidham Nagercoil express, its 2 day journey from Gandhidham to Kerala. In route I found this train passes by Konkani route which covers Goa, Ratnagiri etc, and when I take my journey I found that my friend was right the scenes from which my train passes that stagnant me which made me to play with my camera lens. All the discomforts you experienced in the train, the previous night vanish as your eyes feast on the beautiful panorama that unfolds before you.
On 10th June 2011, a bright day, in brilliant sunshine, we decided to see someauthentic, old-charm British villages and “tourist attractions” places. So after a quick “google‟ we were all packed into the Volkswagen, as we drove off into the beautiful Wiltshire county.
Our first stop took us to the world famous Stonehenge monument, made ever so popular by the “wallpaper” on many a PC across the globe.
Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire. One of the most famous sites in the world, Stonehenge is com-posed of earthworks, surrounding a circular setting of large standing stones. It is at the centre of the most dense complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in England, including several hundred burial mounds.
The site and its surroundings were added to the UNESCO’s list of World Heri-tage Sites in 1986. It is a national legally protected Scheduled Ancient Monu-ment. Stonehenge is owned by the Crown and managed by English Heri-tage, while the surrounding land is owned by the National Trust.