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Six fun ways to explore Coorg with kids.

Solo travel seems to be the flavor of the season. Unfortunately, a lot of us have caught the bus, or rather realized that there is a bus, a little too late. 1,278 more words


On why I am boycotting Dubare Elephant Camp in #Coorg and you should too!

Last year, I visited the southern corner of the country, of what is known as the ‘Scotland of India.’  This was exciting on several levels, given that it was my first visit to a hill station in South India. 333 more words


Pixie Kezza Craziness

After we’d explored the Backwaters, it was time to hit the road and show our friend Kez what it’s all about! We’d been worried she might be nervous riding pillion in crazy Indian traffic, but she’d made a decision not to be, so she was cool. 2,895 more words


Rainforest Retreat

Greetings! So Ramazan has officially begun in India, with the first day being on Monday (despite the rest of the world declaring it on Sunday). Upon receiving wishes from my family back home that Ramadan was on Sunday, I decided to fast on Sunday without even thinking or checking with locals here in India. 1,335 more words


"One" with the surrounding during my Travels

Sometimes that one thing catches your attention !! The one face of an unknown traveler enjoying precious moments with an ice cream (Shimla), that one spider oblivious of the surrounding (Dubare), that one flower spreading cheer in full bloom (Himachal), the timid deer with compassionate eyes (Bandhavgarh), the contented bird (Kutch) or the lone tree (Coonoor) that weathers every storm !!   41 more words


Picturesque Madikeri

Mesmerizing, picture perfect & absorbing are the apt words to describe the small hill-station of Madikeri resting in the Western Ghats. Exhibiting austere freshness & charm, the town comes to life when peeked through the camera lens. 1,274 more words

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