Solo Travel by TravelShots
I know, I know! I have not written anything for really a long time. But, in my defense, there was so much happening in my life that I just didn’t realize how time flew. Here I will try to summarize last one year of my life – not sure if words will do justice to my experiences, but I will try.
As the title say, this one here is about Khajuraho, a small temple town in heart of India, Madhya Pradesh.
Known mostly as home to Kamasutra temples, Khajuraho is much more than just that. Infact erotic statues on temples account for hardly 5% of total statues
Cafés are an integral part of experiencing Manali, especially Old Manali, and they were lot more than just cafés to me.
I always thought Manali to be a destination for honeymoon couples and families, but what I experienced firsthand was a whole new story.
Solo travel can sound daunting to a introvert at first, but once you take that leap of faith it is life changing – believe it, as it comes from a fellow introvert. You do not lose your own self, but you become more connected to the world.
I was one of those people who never thought that travelling solo could be fun, and always said “nonsense” whenever I heard people say that solo travel changes you. Believe it or not, it surely does. Well! at-least it changed me and this new me was noticeable to people around me too, when I was back.