Why train Journeys are awesome ?

So you thought train journeys are hectic, boring  and time consuming ?

Did you ever cling to the doors of a train to see the beauty of a new place??

Did you stop by or got down at every station the train stopped by??

I did it.

Recently I was on a trip to the majestic Dudhsagar Waterfalls at the Goa-Karnataka Border, but this post is not about the Waterfalls but the amazing train journey that I had covered to reach there.

I spent almost 45 hours in train travelling for some mere 5 hours of the Dudhsagar Rail trek. I returned awestruck not just because of the view of the gigantic Dudhsagar; but also the picturesque views that I got from the train, passing through the states of Maharashtra, Karnataka and Goa.

The monsoon was a thumbs up, which made the green more serene and tranquil.

I should also call out for the Indian railways that serves countless people everyday in taking to their destinations.

All pictures below are captured from the moving train.

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Always …”Ladies first”
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So cute..I loved her..met her in the Chennai Express!!
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Two Sides… @ Vasai Road

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Train travel is the absolute best. I’ve traveled extensively throughout Russia and India by train and it’s always a wonderful experience. You see so much more and meet so many fascinating people. I try to travel by train once in a while here in the States, but the time to cost ratio generally doesn’t make sense.

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    1. Polomi says:

      Is is for sure the best.Thanks Jen!

      Like

  2. Soul Gifts says:

    Wow, that’s a long train trip! Beautiful changing countryside too.

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  3. Previously did a 19 hours train ride in Myanmar (from Yangon to Bagan). The view from the whole journey are mesmerizing!

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    1. polomim says:

      Myanmar is in my List…soon it will happen 🙂

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