I need to stare at the computer continuously for hours and often get tired after a day’s work. But my passion about computers overcomes my tiredness and gives me the energy to start working in
full flow the next day. But when the workload becomes too much and makes me disinterested, I often look out for things which excite me. Travelling is one such thing.
I have travelled to different corners of the world and love to capture those memories with my DSLR. I am also a big fan of adventurous activities and love to get involved in paragliding, sailing, bungee jumping, etc. And I do dream of conquering the Himalayas with my trekking skills one day.
This time, I was travelling with some of my old college pals and took out time for that after convincing my boss. I also had to work overtime for that but I knew that once I get to board the flight, all my tiredness would get vanished. We chose to travel to Shillong, Meghalaya’s capital since most of us have remained isolated from the north eastern part of the country. There wasn’t any direct route from Bangalore to Shillong except driving. So we decided to cover the Bangalore Shillong travelling route by flying from Bangalore to Kolkata and from there to Shillong.
We chose to travel by flights from Air India Airlines as it is the flagship carrier of the country and doesn’t
disappoint with the quality of services. Our flight was to depart from Kempegowda International Airport in Bangalore at
7.10 in the morning which would take us to Kolkata at 9.45am. The flight was right on time and we landed in Kolkata without any hassle.
The next flight from Kolkata to Barapani Airport in Shillong was scheduled at 12.35pm and so we had three hours to explore the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Airport and its premises. We reached
Shillong in just one and a half hours and were extremely pleased with the flights organized by Air India Airlines. The entire Bangalore Shillong travelling route was covered in just 6.5 hours and
that too with a three hour break in the middle.