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  • Skywatch Friday - Dal Lake, Kashmir
    on Aug 14, 2014
    We landed in Srinagar in the afternoon today on our way to Ladakh. Srinagar was uncharateristcally warm. It was warmer than Bangalore. No rains in the valley meant that the mountains were still brown.Mushtaq, our driver was to drive us to Sonamarg di...
  • 12 Monsoon drives in Western Ghats you shouldn't miss!
    on Aug 13, 2014 in Monsoon Drives
    Monsoon in Western Ghats in India is mesmerising.If you love driving like we do and are a road tripper, then there is nothing more pleasurable than driving during Monsoon in Western ghats. The rains in the Western Ghats creates magic all around. It t...
  • Monday Medley - A drive in an eerie tunnel!
    on Aug 10, 2014 in monday medley
    Pluses of a road trip is the freedom it gives to enjoy the journey at your own pace. Many times we have noticed that journeys are more interesting than the actual destination itself. When these vignettes are captured on the lens, they...
  • Skywatch Friday - World's tallest statue of Guru Padmasambhava
    on Aug 7, 2014 in namchi sikkim Skywatch Friday
    It was pleasant drive from Gangtok. We drove on the winding roads through the tea gardens of Sikkim to Namchi town. We were on our mission to see the world's tallest statue of Guru Padmasambhava, the patron saint of Buddhists in Sikkim.At 118 feet ta...
  • Munnar in Monsoon 1 - Going gaga over Ghats!
    on Aug 6, 2014 in munnar
    We told you that Munnar is mindblowingly beautiful. We also told you last week that we will come back with details of our recent trip to Munnar. Here we go.....We are not sure when we visited Munnar last time. If  our memory is correct, it must...
  • Monday Medley - "Niti Village and Pandava legend" by Girija
    on Aug 3, 2014 in monday medley Valley of flowers
    We are naming our Monday posts as "Monday Medley. Yes, this will be a potpourri of interesting articles, posts from fellow bloggers which we liked, interesting images of fellow travellers or images from our own portfolio. We hope it will be a good st...
  • Skywatch Friday - A view from the Top Station, Munnar
    on Jul 31, 2014 in munnar Skywatch Friday top station
    We were in Munnar last week.Munnar in monsoon is mindblowingly beautiful.One of the "Must see' places in Munnar is the "Top Station" on the Kerala - Tamil Nadu border in South India.As the same suggests, it is one of the highest points of Kannan Deva...
  • Food Safari - Buttering lessons in Davanagere!
    on Jul 30, 2014 in davanagere benne dose food safari
    It is a known fact that Indians are fond of eating and India is a gourmet's paradise. The interesting aspect of Indian culinary diversity is the cuisine changes every 100 Kms or sometimes even every 50 Kms. Another curious aspect of India is that man...
  • Srinagar Sojourns 1 - Floating Market on Dal Lake!
    on Apr 30, 2014 in kashmir srinagar
    As scorching summer beckons us to cooler places, we thought of focusing next few posts on that lovely paradise called Kashmir. Here we go with the first one on Srinagar.For Indians who are brought up on the staple diet of Bollywood movies, Srinagar a...
  • Skywatch Friday - Gulmarg, Kashmir
    on Apr 30, 2014
    Since this is the Kashmir season on this blog, here is a lovely picture of Gulmarg. It was a cloudy day in August last year. The rains had turned the meadows of Gulmarg into a lovely green cover. The peaks in the background were enveloped  ...
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