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India to UK in 90 Days – France Chapter – One Last Day in French Alps

Today we spend our last day in French Alps before we head towards French Rivera.As i…

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India to UK in 90 Days – France Chapter – Into The French Alps

The other night i camped at this camping site located not so far from the main road.Had a pretty good…

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India to UK in 90 Days – Italy Chapter – Into The Alps

It was a cold night and i realized that this is just the beginning.While i was planning for the trip,one…

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India to UK in 90 Days – Circling Around Mont Blanc – Chamonix

Lai da Marmorera reservoir ahead of Julier pass. This is Switzerland to you,unreal landscapes.What you see here is Tinizong-Rona town…

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India to UK in 90 Days – Turkey Chapter – Pamukkale and Ephesus

I By:   I 4 months ago I   0 COMMENTS I   Turkey I   , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , After paying my dues to Turkish government,i reached Pamukkale.Though it's a very touristy place,but not be missed while you are around.With 35 TL as entry fee,it's totally worth visiting.You get to see lot of bikini clad girls lying around in thermal pools and taking selfies,make sure you photo bomb as much as you can :).On the top of it there is Hierapolis ancient city,these ruins are worth visiting as well.Main highlight was the theatre,still standing long and strong after all these years. READ MORE
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India to UK in 90 Days – Turkey Chapter – Cappadocia

I By:   I 4 months ago I   0 COMMENTS I   Turkey I   , , , , , Next morning i headed straight to the border check post.Exit formalities were simple,get your passport and carnet stamped for exit.there are some agents roaming around there who will try to make some money by pretending to help.Please be aware of them,they will also try to sell turkish lira which does not comes in good exchange rate.Always check the currency exchange rate online 1-2 days before crossing borders.I finally exit on Turkey side,got my visa verified and passport stamped,officers pointed me to buy insurance from a shop which was few hundred meters from the gate.I also got some advice on safety during this turbulent time,everyone advised me to avoid Ankara and Istanbul.I planned to exit Turkey as fast as i can, because during such times you never know when the tides can turn. As you enter Turkey and ride for few kilometers,you cannot fail to miss... READ MORE