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.
Day 2 – Will you go to Raneh Falls?
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.
Rome is one of my favorite cities – Just roam around and you would really want to be like Romans – lively, warm, and truly happy.