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10 Inspiring Travel Quotes Through My Lens

This blog post comes as a sequel to my earlier one  – 15 Inspiring Travel Quotes Through My Lens The summer of 2013 made me fall in love with the mountains of Ladakh from which I derived immense inspiration to travel and embark upon my dream so far – Backpacking around the world for six months! This is yet another humble attempt from my end to share some of my favourite travel quotes using photographs from our travels which inspired our backpacking trip! Feel free to download them and use them as you like! 🙂 103-IMG_2229

En route to Pangong Tso from Leh. The roads of Ladakh never fail to challenge you!

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A word of truth!

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               One of the most impressive trough valleys in the Swiss Alps – Lauterbrunnen.

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In the blue waters of Arabian Sea – Scuba diving at Netrani island near Murudeshwara.

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Fumbling with the buttons of my camera at Lalbagh Gardens, Bengaluru.

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En route to Pangong Tso, Ladakh

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More (pronounced ‘mo-ray’) plains in Ladakh

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Outskirts of Leh

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En route to Leh from Manali

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The impossible blues of Pangong Tso, Ladakh

Hope these quotes inspire you to take that trip you have meaning to take since long! Just go! 😉

Stranger #16 The talented boy who knew all the flags of the world

We spent almost an hour searching for this restaurant. Just when we were about to give up, a kind stranger enquired with us and pointed into a small alley next to the main road. We finally found the famous ‘Jarchi Bashi’ restaurant in Isfahan, Iran.

It is a nicely renovated old hamam with great interiors. Just as we entered the restaurant we were greeted by him. He had a twinkle in his eyes and a sweet smile spread on his face. We returned his greeting of ‘Salaam’ and he led us inside. We were taken aback by the sheer beauty of the place. He quickly briefed us about the history and significance of the hotel in flawless English.

After learning that we are from India, he disappeared into a room and brought an Indian flag and placed it on our table! When we asked him if he actually knew which was Indian flag or if he checked it somewhere, he confidently told us that he knew all the flags of the world! 🙂

He also helped us order vegetarian food and made us so comfortable!

Meet this lively and smart 14 year old kid from Isfahan, Iran who works as an English translator in the famous restaurant.

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