From Bengaluru To Paris In Car: 111 Days, 11 Countries, 1 Family

The Logical Indian

November 7th, 2015 / 5:24 PM

Image Source: OverlandStories

One family has embarked on a jaw dropping journey that has turned heads from across the world. The journey is from Bengaluru to Paris through 11 countries spanning over 111 days. The family calls itself as L.I.F.E(Little Indian Family of Explorers). Like many travellers, this globe trotting family also had shared their wonderful experiences including love and compassion shown by many strangers along the way. The L. I. F. E family dispels the notion that travelling is a post retirement activity because among the family included two young children who actively participated in the preparation of the trip and also enjoyed it as much as they did.

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leadblrparis-1024x576The route from Bengaluru to Paris
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This journey reminds us all that despite borders and despite differences, Humanism triumphs. Get awestruck and get inspired by this family’s love for LIFE and the road they have taken to enjoy LIFE.


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