About the blog: A plethora of activities await you at the ancient temple town Rameswaram (otherwise known as Pamban island) beside visiting the famous Ramanathaswamy Temple, one of the sacrosanct Char Dhams of Hindu pimgrims. In this travel guide, I try to answer frequent questions like things to do at Rameswaram, where to eat at […]
Tag: South India
Camping where the Clouds come to Sleep: At Vagamon during the Iconic Monsoon in Kerala!
“Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.”Rabindranath Thakur A few ice crystals, earth particles, water droplets and fleeting rays of sun romance with each over an expanse of the Indian ocean. The romance is short spanned as wind flows through […]
Living with the Birds at Old magazine House at Dandeli forest, Karnataka
About the blog: I visited in old magazine house for a couple of nights and absolutely loved it! While Dandeli has plethora of activities on offer, Old Magazine house is the perfect old school jungle bungalow to slow down and soak in the glory of nature. This blog is the second in Dandeli series. Are you […]
Postcards from Kerala: Looking back at Pre-blogger life
Of course there are tons to write about Kerala. Apart from the 2 weeks itinerary, amazing food cooked in coconut oil, the dense jungle of Thekkady it was the people of Kerala took won our heart. Here are the postcards from the trip, when I was 2 years younger. Kerala travel blogs and photos helped me […]
What Munnar could not survive, but Thekkady did: Memoir from Kerala
“Sand, sand everywhere, not drop of water.” Joseph, the owner of out tree house at Munnar was recalling the days spent in Middle east. The glass ceilings soar sky high. In the evening, it is all lit up with bright fluorescent colors. He worked there for the larger part of his life, reared three of […]
The Lost Kingdom of Hampi: A Guide to Understand Vijayanagara Empire in Ruins!
The overwhelming ruins and an amused girl, in love with history
Weekend Gateway to Ooty, Queen of Hills
With a descending Sun at the Doddabetta peak behind me, I remember that one evening as I frantically try to climb down the hilly road, snaking the mountain and reaching towards a lesser known Toda settlement. Todas, the ethnic group from Nilgiris, have inhabited Udagamandalam, otherwise adored as Ooty, from time immemorial. In a red […]