An Elderly Couple’s Road Trip to 19 Countries in 72 Days

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    Nidhi Mishra
    July 11, 2017 at 4:31 pm #26476

    Sharing an interesting news for all those avid travellers who wish to explore the world through road trip.

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    Recently, 73 year old Mr. Baldawa went on a 22,000 km road trip from Mumbai to London with his 64 year old wife and 10 year old grand daughter. Their 72 days road trip was exciting and full of adventures during which they covered countries like Bhutan, Laos, Thailand, Myanmar, China, Kyrgyzstan,Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Moscow, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Belgium, France and United Kingdom. Along with being a steel exporter and chartered accountant, Mr. Baldawa is an avid traveller and this is not the first time when he has travelled to a different country via road.

    Mr. and Mrs. Baldawa are not only an inspiration for travel enthusiasts, however they are also a perfect example of happy, active and productive ageing. They have proved to the world that age is just a number and there is no age limit for living one’s dreams.

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    LAKSHMI NARAYANA NAGISETTY
    July 19, 2017 at 8:07 am #26481

    Dear Shri.Baldan, his life partner and bold granddaughter.. Congrats to you all for successfully completing such a courageous way of enjoyment. This journey reflects many things to many people. It’s the combination of elders and young people who made it together with better harmony. Certainly age will or can not be the barrier to make adventures with difference. It’s their spirit to show their skills & commitment along with the Nation to the World. It’s the way to mould the life as the elders wants or desire. Hope many of the SENIORS will take a lead from this and mould their lives more happily with better harmony with the family and community. The younger generation including family should support for some outings (within their economical situation) so that the connectivity, relationships and harmony can be improved for the happy and healthy living of all without looking much for Oldaged Homes which are expected as the last option. Once again congrats and all the best to enjoy more such adventures.

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