I belongs to a small village of West Bengal, India. I have spent most my childhood days at my grandmother’s place (Purulia). It is a very beautiful town. Perhaps for every person, the place where he/she spent his/her childhood is beautiful.
I have not got much option to travel in my school days (except some school picnics and 1-2 other tours with parents) and I started travelling only during my graduation. However due to shortage of extra pocket money and lack of companion I could go only 4 trips (in them, 2 are for vocational training purpose, which we deliberately had chosen outside state plants). During the same college days, I found the person who has similar kind of thirst of travelling and subsequently I chose him as my travel partner for lifetime. (Life partner).
In 2007, after passing my Engineering I got a job in Delhi. In past 10 years, my den has been shifted from Delhi to Kolkata, Kolkata to Gurgaon, and Gurgaon to Chennai. Many tours I have planned, many beautiful places I have visited in last 10 years. Some with friends, some with family. The more I am seeing, the quench of revealing further is growing. It has become an addiction. However like other addiction, for travelling also you need money and time. In our busy life (with Job, Family, kids) sometimes I feel it is too difficult to plan our next trip, but somehow I manage to do that.
Currently I am mother of a 2 years old toddler, many parents avoid touring in this phase of life. However to keep moving my feet, life has taught me many tricks of how to go for a trip with Kids. I have started travelling with her when she was 4 months. In my first blog I have shared some of the tips. I encourage all the parents that you should also travel with your kids. I agree that, it is definitely a challenge, but may be, some day when your kids will grow up and be busy in their own life, these travel memories with them will be cherished.
Currently in my travel Diary, all the tours belongs to our Incredible India. Some beautiful places across the World are also in my list. Hope in future, I will be able to see all of them and share the experience with you.
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“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta