Tour Tidings '08: The Starter

I'm back! And, I have one question for you. Have you been to north-east India? If not, do so for it is an experience of a lifetime. After 7 nights and 8 days in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh as a part of the packaged tour titled Mystic Arunachal Safari, I'd say I insist. The mountains, the valleys, the rivers, the greenery, the fog, the altitude, the winding roads, the safari, the food, the animals, the people, the war memorials, the cold weather, the icy water and the culture will leave you spellbound. I assure you. It feels like being a part of a typical Nat-Geo programme. Amazing, I tell you. Truly amazing!

Driving up and down winding roads on the edges of the Himalayas passing in and out of white cottony clouds and clutching life in one’s hands as visibility reduces to a little over one meter on a road half absent owing to landslides, overlooking the dark abyss shadowed by fog on one side and of which only a hazy outline remains amounting to having to guess the angle at every curve.

Tempting, isn’t it?

PS: More details, photos and videos as and when I finish transferring and organizing some infinite stuff from all these memory cards.


  1. u din take me na:(...bad chinky:(

    "driving every cirve"..that was quite some literary feat!:D

  2. Awesome ! I am back too from my Himalayan Sojourn and boy did I get to see awesome stuff ! Snow clad peaks were just too amazing. No way I could take my eyes off. Will have to write a post about that soon. Put up pictures ! We want more !

  3. @toapn
    Whoever said I was good?
    Woah! Thanks.

    I also got to see snow-clad peaks. I’m on the verge of giving up on the avalanching number of photos and videos. :(
    Looking forward to read your account.

  4. Ah, very tempting indeed, will try to plan my next vacation there :)

  5. @Prakash
    Hope you do so.