Jenny's travels

Adventurer, Photographer, & Professional Blogger Travel Tips

Taking on the World, One City at a Time

I love traveling the world and sharing my experiences with everyone, if that can help someone with their travel choices. 

I have led the group of E Stanley Jones and Gandhian Legacy tours for Travel Passion Inc. and I my day job is in Healthcare industry. 

 

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Don’t Missout in India

Don’t Missout in India

Don’t Missout these festivals in India. These are some of the amazing things you must see in India during the festival season.

Taj Mahal : One of the 8 wonders of the world

Taj Mahal is an incredible architectural monument, beautifully built in Agra. This is one of the 8th Wonders of the world, most of the first time travelers visiting India wants to visit this place.  If you are planning to visit Taj Mahal, try to plan around full...

Kerala Calling! – Amazing deal on Kerala

Day 1: Cochin Pick up from cochin hotel by 2 PM. All guests to report at the hotel by 1 PM. Briefing Session on the Tour. Afternoon, proceed for a half day sightseeing of Cochin. Visit Jews Street, St. Francis church, Chinese fishing net & the indo-Portuguese...

Jenny's Tips & Tricks For Traveling Delhi - Agra - Jaipur

Delhi – Agra – Jaipur is also known as the Indian Travel Triangle or as the Golden Triangle from more than 5 decades the charm of these cities have attracted millions of people towards it. 

My Upcoming Trips

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Switzerland
Zermatt
Austria
Salzburg
United States
Yosemite, CA

Jenny’s Top 10 Sites to See

1. Lotus Temple

Modern Architectural marvel, this temple of peace is incredible escape within busy Delhi

2. Qutub Minar

A tall brick structure along with the iron pillar which is pure example of excellence posses by the people in ancient times.

3. Bangla-Shaab Gurudwara

Ran by the punjabi – sikh community, its the biggest communal kitchen in Delhi

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