She sat by the edge of the ocean - a spot of her choice, a light sand beach - and watched the shenanigans of waves for hours. Every time a wave appeared to rise and strode towards the shore, she hoped it would bring a corked bottle, with a rolled paper in it and all … Continue reading Answers.
Like clockwise, my sleep broke at little past 2 AM. This has been happening a lot frequently; and I have spent a fair share of time analyzing this pattern, because broken sleep is not my thing. I have always been a sound sleeper; insomniac sometimes, but when I eventually sleep, it is thick and sound. … Continue reading Medak, Telangana – go, don’t go, whatever.
Almost two weeks ago, when I landed at Trivandrum Airport, I had no fixed itinerary in mind, except that I wanted to travel up the coast of Kerala. I headed to Kovalam first, just south of Trivandrum. I checked into a cosy homestay, tucked a little away from the popular Light House Beach, yet had … Continue reading 2 weeks in Coastal Kerala – a travelogue
As I walked barefoot by the silver sparkling beach of Harihareshwar, spellbound by the simplicity of this sleepy Konkan town, the silence mixed with the rhythmic sound of waves was putting me in a peaceful trance. I found myself at ease with the way of life of this quaint coastal town - hushed, peaceful, slow, … Continue reading Road trip through Konkani Maharashtra
Imagine this. A tranquil and lush Himalayan valley, the gush of a ferocious river floating in the air. Then add to that a bohemian hippie vibe. All of this and more is tantamount to the little village of Kasol, which is on the hippie radar of India and undoubtedly, on the list of travelers who … Continue reading Little things about Kasol
These are strange days for me. I have been spending so much time in the Himalayas that I am beginning to feel that I can transport myself into what feels like a parallel universe made of mighty mountains, lush valleys, coniferous trees, bright sunshine, starry nights and healing air; where there literally are moments when … Continue reading Kumaon heals me, one day at a time
Hampi did not charm us for the initial half a day. The extreme heat and arid weather was less than motivating, there is a dearth of good accommodation if you want to stay in Hampi town, and it is a religious town and we are pretty neutral to the dogmas. Yet, when it was time … Continue reading In Photos: Hampi – ruins, nomads and more