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Exploration and trying something different is the essence of the road trip. But if you love road trips, you might find yourself going through the same experiences again and again. Add some fun back into it. Consider taking a road trip with a difference. In this article, we’ll look at a few of the best ways to really spice it up.

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If you’re organizing a big family road trip, then you will have to get used to the idea of being overly encumbered with all sorts of essentials to bring with you. If it’s just you or just you and a friend or a partner,... Read More

Most commutes are necessary evils. Slowly driving to work through a myriad of traffic and red lights; sitting on a smothering tram on the way to a business meeting; driving on endless thirty miles per hour roads to get to the cinema to see “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”.

However, there are some occasions when the journey is the most enjoyable part of your day. Below is a list of road trips which will make you fall in love with endless highways and looking out the car window.

Route 66: United States of America

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In the month of October of 1977 my wife and I decided to take in Chamba and its surroundings. Chamba is in the Himachal on the banks of Ravi, one of the famed five rivers of Punjab and a tributary of the Indus. Situated at a height of a little more than 3000 ft. it has a very friendly and pleasant climate, more so because we happened to be there in October. The monsoons had withdrawn and the place was green with clear blue skies and one could hear the River, rejuvenated and roaring, making its way down to the plains.

Chamba is a historical place and finds mention in ancient texts. Its... Read More

After a few very pleasant days at Kasauli we moved out for Chail. The idea was to catch a bus from Dharampur, a small town at the foot of the Kasauli Hills. A look at the bus that arrived made me think of other alternatives. Luckily, a taxi was passing by. I hailed it and the man agreed to go and drop us at Chail. He, however, asked for a sum that I found astronomical for a distance of about 50-odd kilometers. I had not budgeted for such an amount. Yet I thought might as well take the plunge, as it were, and we piled into it with our baggage. In those days there were no backpacks and strolleys.... Read More

KASAULI

While posted at Chandigarh I became specially enamoured of the hills up in the North. During the visits to the then centre of the town, Sector 17, I used to wistfully look at the Himalayan range of Dhaula Dhar. On a clear day, and Chandigarh days were mostly clear with bright sunshine and turquoise skies, the range would be clearly visible with snows clinging to its tops. A fascinating site! As luck would have it, I could never get close enough to the Dhaula Dhar.

The year 1977 was a good year when my newly-acquired wife and I forayed into the Himachal. The first... Read More

When I lived in Arizona, a summer trip to San Diego was almost mandatory. Not only did we get out of the desert heat, we got to visit one of my favorite places: the San Diego Zoo. Since moving back to the northwest, trips to San Diego are a lot harder to come by. Instead of a quick six-hour drive, you have a plane ride. The plane ride is actually quicker, but with security and cost, it is not easier. However, with the gray skies and cold temperatures of the winters in my new home, a winter trip to San Diego is something I crave more than I ever did my previous yearly pilgrimage.

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Rajasthan’s second largest city Jodhpur was established in 1459 by Royal Rajput Jodha who was the chief of the Rathore Clan. The city was capital of rathore kingdom now it is known as Marwar Region of Rajasthan. The city is famously known as the Sun City because of the bright sunlight and comprises with blue colored houses. Several tour operators include visiting this city in their Rajasthan tour packages. The royal culture gives a feeling of era of Maharaj times and spicy Rajasthani recipes make your tongue’s taste buds more active.

The main alluring point of the Jodhpur is majestic... Read More

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