My Experience, Travel 9 Articles Wished I have Published After Creating a WordPress Account August 5, 2021 ShareShareTweetPin1Share1 Shares Reading Time: 4 minutes What! Heehee, your reaction is perfectly sane. Earlier I didn’t know that WordPress devoted place exists. I understand that I can build a website upon WordPress however had no idea that there’s a devoted room for bloggers, likewise Vloggers on Youtube and Photographers on Instagram. I should have imagined in that chain, Youtube exists, Instagram is there, and WordPress, Where is that? Silly me! Unknowingly concerning the WordPress presence, I have created the website upon WordPress and have begun publishing the articles. At that time, I traveled to numerous places and penned articles concerning such. I had a belief that the souls seeking online could be able to see and read whatever I had to offer. Still, I wanted to communicate with other Bloggers and understand what they’re up to, and scroll through the feed as well. Alternatively, I used to scroll the search engine feed, Haha, to see blogs, communicate with other Bloggers, and appreciate the efforts they are putting within. Momentarily, I Wish that I have published those articles after knowing the existence of the WordPress dedicated space. Since I now have a WordPress account & know that it breathes. Therefore, I can share the moments from those articles with you’ll and ultimately re-live while narrating. These articles are only available on the website but not on the WordPress Feed & App. Hence let’s commence, Aha, rhyming – Table of Contents 1. A Repeat Visit to Mcleodganj2. I Did it Twice, Once Alone – Triund Trek3. Walked for Approximately 20km a Day – Beyond Manali4. 15 hrs of Back-Breaking Bus Journey – Kalpa5. I Skipped the Cricket World Cup Final to Visit Srinagar6. Trekking in Kashmir was all about Serene Landscapes, Greenery, and Steep Climb7. The Beauty of Kashmir – Aru Valley8. Weird Asian Food You Must Try in Breakfast9. Best and Worst Things About Travel Blogging Vansh Tiwari 1. A Repeat Visit to Mcleodganj Mcleodganj was amongst the places that I have been to twice. Usually, I prefer skipping the places that I have been to previously. I haven’t explored Upper Bhagsu in Mcleodganj. Therefore, that resulted in a repeat visit. Nonetheless, it remained merely a 30 min exploration that required me a day’s stay. Hehe! 2. I Did it Twice, Once Alone – Triund Trek That was the period when I used to visit the mountains more frequently. On one such visit, the Triund trek happened. It took me approx. 3hrs to reach the Triund top. The incline primarily takes a more extended time, and on the second occasion, I did comfortably. Descending could be done in nearly half of the time of ascending. Overall, this could be an exceptional outing with your family & friends. The trek is wholly beginner level, and the route from Dharamkot would be suitable. 3. Walked for Approximately 20km a Day – Beyond Manali Aha, those days in Manali, I couldn’t demand additional. The Solo trip to Manali settled under Rs.4600, and how I did was surprisingly Amazing. I had covered Jakatsukh, Naggar, Vashisht & Manali in that time frame. That was conclusively a test of patience and how badly you want to stay productive. Each day I used to visit a separate location. It wasn’t a dare that I had to do anyhow. Nevertheless, I don’t prefer to spend a day remaining unproductive when I’m out exploring. 4. 15 hrs of Back-Breaking Bus Journey – Kalpa Special Birthday was spent on an approx. 222 km bus journey. However, it was a pleasant journey, and not a bus suffer. What a gift, Vansh! I want to give an unusual offering repeatedly in the future to be accurate. The adventure was outstanding. The Kalpa Village keeps the breathtaking beauty of the Kinnaur Kailash. The prompt decision stood taken overnight. However, Delhi to Kalpa bus journey remained incredible. 5. I Skipped the Cricket World Cup Final to Visit Srinagar What! Ind v/s NZ final The run chase was in the hands of Indians, An edge of seat encounter! I sat on the bus to Kashmir, and the ball went over the fence. What a shot, Exceptional efforts, India dropped the match, but the journey caught my eyes. Did you get the goosebumps the way I have narrated that? I saw the morning sunshine in Jammu and the following daylight in Srinagar. Finally! Those 24 hours in Srinagar passed in the blink of an eye. Aha, I re-lived that instant just narrating that too much fun. 6. Trekking in Kashmir was all about Serene Landscapes, Greenery, and Steep Climb Trekking perpetually fascinated me. Hence, Me+Mountains=Hunt for the Trek. The trek to Katarnag Lake was a delight for the soul but not for the toes. Haha! A 3-4 hour climb to see the lake elevated at 14,000 feet above sea level. That’s Impressive! Furthermore Breathtaking! The surroundings are grassy, and it was a delight to see the sights. Ah, as we started to descend, it commenced raining. 7. The Beauty of Kashmir – Aru Valley This hidden gem was worth every effort. I reached Aru Valley following a road journey. However, before starting this journey, I planned to visit Aru Valley after Srinagar. With no idea about Aru Valley, I reached. The landscape fascinated me and ultimately became a cause for a prolonged stay. 8. Weird Asian Food You Must Try in Breakfast In the Initial days, I allowed the guest posts on my site. Because I barely used to get ideas to write further. Therefore, people who used to reach out. I respond to them, YES. This guest post was considerably exciting, although I haven’t tried any of these foods yet. Do you crave to try any of these weird Asian foods? 9. Best and Worst Things About Travel Blogging Travel blogging is not regarding how frequently you travel but more about adding value to the life of readers. It requires continuous hard work and patience. Moreover, it is amongst the point that I have discussed in the best & worst things about Travel Blogging. I had written that post towards the midway journey to 100. Concluding lines, I feel lovely to share the adventures moments I did earlier with you. There’s always a positive side to everything. Which article would you fancy reading amongst the 9 points stated earlier? Vansh Tiwari Share this:TwitterFacebook Related ShareShareTweetPin1Share1 Shares Vansh Tiwari Vansh Tiwari is a passionate traveler who explores every corner. Then, he presents his vision in images and writing. Further, he loves long walks along the roadside! 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Vansh Tiwari August 8, 2021 at 11:46 am Reply Thank You ? Loading... Khushi August 10, 2021 at 4:57 am Reply Agree with your points. When are you going next? Loading... Vansh Tiwari August 10, 2021 at 7:07 am Reply Haha, suspense ?, A big suspense that only I know. Loading... Kriti Parashar November 12, 2021 at 8:09 am Reply Great post but I love the first image that you captured. Simple yet elegant 😍 Loading... Vansh Tiwari November 12, 2021 at 8:37 am Reply Haha! Thanks Kriti. Loading... Leave a Comment to further Improve and Motivate Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.