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Mechanical Engineer. Wanderlust. Photography Enthusiast.


Basically what you need to know about nainital will be provided in the rest of the blog.

Nainital is around 298Kms from delhi. A perfect weekend get away.nainital

So i took an overnight bus from Delhi which costed me around 1000bucks.

Landed near the Nainital mall road with awesome weather and the beautiful naini lake. The cool breeze was just going through me, these are some things you don’t get in delhi, do you?

So first things first, me and my friends started looking for a good hotel. After seeing a few hotel rooms we settled for a good 1k/day hotel was decent with a nice lake view.

Took some rest for about three four hours. Left the hotel for some sight seeing, man oh man the place is crowded with loads of tourists and specially the crowd of the school kids(Loads of boarding schools).Went to the taxi stand where they provide you with package of around 1000-1500 *negotiable. They will show around 4-5 famous spots and then leave you back to where they picked you up. The whole sightseeing takes around 1.30hours to 2, depending on how much time you stay at a particular place.

Naini Lake

Snow View Point



Tosh// Kheerganga// Himachal Pradesh. 

Around 44kms from the town bhunter, this magnificent town of tosh is a treat in its own, with the lush green breathtaking view to one of the best cafes to chill in, it has got all of it.

At around 4kms from the tosh village down the hill, the trek to kheerganga starts. The start point is called barshaini.

The trek is about 14kms from barshaini to kheerganga. It takes approximately 4hours at an average to reach the top (With an average walking speed).

Kheerganga // At the top of the trek.
Early Morning View


Certain Messages of these sort are to be found on the way to the top.


People do come in small groups or alone to enjoy the beauty of the place, and have some peace moment for themselves.

These are some photos, i clicked along the way and in my way back.

with Love From TOSH.

Crave for the unknown. 

What is craving? The immense desire for something, could be materialistic or could be a whole life time experience. 

Materialistic things may vanish in a time or few, but the experience stays forever. You gotta crave for the experience. 

Crave for the unknown, undisclosed, undiscovered thoughts of your mind, places. Be it so calming that your soul is nurtured. 

Explore the unknown. 

My travel route.

Where would you want to be?

Mixed thoughts and expressions about this one. Where would you really want to be? Whenever you just get little time for yourself. 

I’ll let you decide for yourself. 


As long as we don’t decide what we really want, we wont get nothing. 

The problem is you really don’t get time for yourself these days, but you gotta get your things to work out in order to keep things sorted, because with the time rolling ,it gets harder & harder to set things straight.  

Time is a mean bitch. 

TheLone Wanderer 


“In the end we regret the chances we dint take.” – Anonymous

So why not let’s take some chances and go explore places while you can, because there isn’t a time for you to travel. So just get with it.

At an average , three days minimmum is required for you to explore this place. Rich in beauty and yes ofcourse the food❤️. Anyways , you would want to get a hotel near bhagsu nag because that’s one place which connects the market area, the waterfall and the trek.

1.Bhagsunag waterfall – along with that you get a suprise gift of a nice place to chill and relax. Yup that’s right, Shiva’s cafe beside bhagsunag.

2. The triund trek- roughly 8kms of trek with great beautiful scenery wil blow your mind. (When you are trekking off season) while in On season you wouldn’t find snow in the trek route.

P.s take all the supplies you need. You wont get anything while you’re trekking. By supplies i mean Energy bars, Soft/Energy drinks, snacks etc etc.

After days of trek and roaming around the streets of mcleodganj, you can plan to go to Dharamshala where you’ll find famous buddhist monastery and the highest cricket ground where you can enjoy the panoramic view of the mountains covered with snow. It is quite serene. ❄️ 

MyTravel Route.

First Post Priority

Hello World,


Well this is my first time writing something to a Blog. So for starters i will introduce myself.

This is Abhishek Chaubey, A Mechanical Engineer, A Traveler, A Photography Enthusiast, Tech Geek.

Being a 23Y/o Person. i am pretty much the young blood who lusts about being in the wild and exploring the unknown to myself.

I haven’t been travelling much though, Its the fraction of moments when i actually get a chance to set free from the World’s agony and Wander.

I will keep updating this Blog once in a while. Relevant/ Related Stuff.

Enjoy the posts and feel free to communicate/comment to me. i will be very much Happy.

The Lone Wanderer.