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Prize-winning tornado photo

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James Smart’s storm-chasing has seen him photograph across America – in states such as Colorado, Texas and South Dakota – as well as his native Australia.

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The magnificent adventures of Prince Oslo & his minions-Simla

The joys of travelling are manifold. One of them (& this one tops the list), is the joy of meeting new people. 2,173 more words


The Great Plains

We did it! We drove across the U.S. heartland, the great state of Kansas (well, technically Stephen did). The scenery was beautiful and if you do ever embark on this adventure, make sure you stop in small towns along the way. 157 more words

Road Trip

Indian Summers

Watching Indian Summers on Channel 4 on a Sunday nights has been a fixture in our house. In spite of the mixed reviews I’ve enjoyed the tales of doomed romance interspersed with political and historical events. 231 more words


The tiny red bundle in Simla

Every time a friend decides to take a vacation, I make sure I spend a lot of time with him/her and get to know more about the itinerary, food, history and events of the place being visited. 234 more words


Kasol....what to do in the Magical Land

Kasol is a small townships, tucked deep inside the womb of Parvati Valley in Himachal Pradesh (India). A short Google search would throw up results and impressions of various kinds. 1,173 more words

Cafe Mari Vanna

Top 3: Takeaways

I will eat my hat if there is even one student who hasn’t had a takeaway at least once during their university careers. That awful moment when you’ve been in lectures till 6 and then traipse home knowing there is nothing waiting for you in your fridge apart from a sad looking lemon and half a bag of spinach…and then it hits you, you could order a takeaway. 364 more words