Travel Log of the Vagitarian Family. We are a touring family of 3, Me My Mom and My Super Mom, We travel a lot and our travel plans are extensively researched to be as cost effective as possible.
While traveling We ensure three things are just right:
- Awesome Local Vegetarian Food.
- Location and Cost of The Hotel/Resort.
- Comfort Stay and Accessbility of Hotel/Resort.
- Travel plan that covers every nook-and-cranny of the destination.
We choose destination based on two critereas,
- Proximity to nature.
- Alternating climate to that of our hometown Mumbai.
Prior to starting this blog (after 2015 and before 2017) We have been to Nainital, Jim Corbett National Park, Mathura-Vrindavan, Ooty, Kodai, Coorg, Coimbatore, Mysore and Goa in Republic of India.
LA, Chicago, Detroit, Toledo in the United States of America.
In this blog I will provide following information.
The modes of travel we chose and approximate booking costs incurred.
Route plan we undertook along with the time it took for us to reach the destination.
Accodomations we chose, facilities promised at these acccomodations, facilities we recieved at these accomodations, comfort and acccessibilty of the accomodations.
And most important of all, Food at or near the accomodations we chose, veg-restaurants in the destination location, authentic local cuisine (veg).
Raw footages and pictures of these location. (I Promise most of these videos and pictures will be right out of my cell-phone.)
In the map below, pins are the destinations I have blogged about. Read summary of the destination by clicking on the pins. before visiting the blog page for the same.
link to the web-blogs of the destinations are given at the bottom of the map.
Disclaimer - All efforts have been made to make this map, image and information provided therein accurate. However MIHIRS by LYFE INFINITY and its admins do not own any responsibility for the correctness or authenticity of the same.
Information Credits: Maps Of India
Hey... Feel free to enquire. We can also provide you with rough details of places from the huge list of places we have already been to.