Life Lessons by Lake Windermere

We were almost on our way to Annecy, in France when on a whim we decided to make our celebratory trip more cozy, less travel-intensive, and closer to nature. The last bit is an exaggeration actually, but I will say that the idea of staying by the side of a lake, that is flanked by… Continue reading Life Lessons by Lake Windermere

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PHOTO: #ThrowbackThursday To Grindelwald 

In the middle of a fine work day, I caught myself amidst avid travellers and popular tweeters talking about their travel styles and likes. It is as good as daydreaming, if not better! It was the weekly-Wednesday tweet chat hosted by Stuti and Megha with hashtag #MeAndMySuitcase. And it is one of their questions that… Continue reading PHOTO: #ThrowbackThursday To Grindelwald 

PHOTO: #ThrowbackThursday To Conventional Holidays!

Summer of '09 was special for two reasons: I got the best hairstyle that I have ever had in my life, and my family, on the whim of my younger brother, decided to take a vacation! Kuala Lumpur is a popular holiday destination; throw in Singapore for a few days in between, it is unbeatable!… Continue reading PHOTO: #ThrowbackThursday To Conventional Holidays!

PHOTO: #ThrowbackThursday To Henley On Thames

This week's #throwbackthursday post is all about taking everything as it comes. Fretting over how something did not pan out as you planned is only a futile attempt at how you can recover from the situation, and make the best of what you have. A question on tonight's #TravelIST chat about Travel Mishaps was what… Continue reading PHOTO: #ThrowbackThursday To Henley On Thames

PHOTO: #ThrowbackThursday To ‘The Land Of Clouds’

Conversing with a tweet-friend earlier today, I was reminded of my childhood days. I spent a good ten years of that in the then Bihar, one of the eastern states in India, growing up in the wild among hills! It is an iron-ore mining township, located above and among the hills of the Bonai range. Life… Continue reading PHOTO: #ThrowbackThursday To ‘The Land Of Clouds’