[Hi there! Unlike all my past posts, this time I’m going to try something new while writing this post. I’m just going to pretend that I’m talking to my cycling partner on the trip – Nupur, recalling the whole experience. Hope you like reading this new style…] Yo Nupur! I finally sat down penning my… Continue reading Pune to Goa cycling trip – bliss in the western ghats.
Okay so I needed to carry my cycle from Delhi to Pune and that’s when I got some suggestions from my cyclist friends about which airlines to go with. After checking with multiple airlines, these are the responses I got. Next up, Vistara And then Air Asia which as per that page, came out to… Continue reading Carrying bicycle via flights in India
[Prologue: This is from my first trip to Ladakh. I was with three other friends and we did the Delhi – Srinagar – Ladakh – Manali circuit in a car. The Srinagar-Leh highway as well as Manali-Leh highway are both amazing for road trips with super awesome views, but more on that some other time.]… Continue reading Bike ride. Leh to Pangong Tso.
After a fateful turn of events during my month long stint in Kalpa, this Spring, I landed in Chansu. Chansu – a village in Sangla valley – reached via a winding dirt road from the Baspa II dam just before Sangla, taking you higher and higher till you arrive at this serene place. Chansu is… Continue reading Chansu – a beautiful village off any traveler map in Sangla valley
Different people find their dose of adventure in a wide variety of experiences. This is a story of how an evening at Chandratal became an adventure I can never forget… This time of the year. Two years back. The faint visuals of the evening at Chandratal still keep popping up as part of memories. Sometimes… Continue reading How an evening at Chandratal became an adventure we didn’t see coming…
Melting away of snow with the arrival of Spring, brought a palette full of colors during my month-long stay in Kinnaur. Spring – such a lovely time to be in the mountains! Spring ❤️
Meet Sameeksha, from Kalpa. She’s three yr old. We call her Simi, and she calls me Mamu. Simi is so dear to her parents that her Mom and Dad have told me so many stories about how she’s so important for them including the fact that they had planned her name which is a combination… Continue reading Say Hello to Sameeksha, from Kalpa