mandalpatti peak camping

Short story from Mandalpatti, Madikeri

We arrived at this place in the evening with hope to camp on one of the peak but all our dreams were ruined when the check post guard asked us to come back before 6 pm and do not camp as an elephant or other wild animal do come at night. To scared us more, … Continue reading Short story from Mandalpatti, Madikeri

Bullet Points – Visakhapatnam & Bhubaneswar – Exploring 2 completely different cities

    In my previous post, I mentioned that Visakhapatnam, on first impressions, looked beautiful. In this post, I will jot down some of the points why it is my favorite city in India. Geographical landscape - a beautiful combination of beaches & hills. talking about the sea first 5 or 6 beaches. the isolated & … Continue reading Bullet Points – Visakhapatnam & Bhubaneswar – Exploring 2 completely different cities

Bullet Points – Exploring the beautiful Andhra Pradhesh

I am in love with Andhra Pradesh. After spending 4 awesome days at Hyderabad, we decided to spend our Diwali on road. It seemed like a stupid decision. But one after another, we kept on passing by tiny villages, where all the houses were lit up with nothing but diyas, was a delight to watch. … Continue reading Bullet Points – Exploring the beautiful Andhra Pradhesh

Munnar Tea Estates & Top Station Camping (India bike trip contd.)

If Kerala is God's own country, then Munnar must be the place where he sips his morning tea. Although we had been to tea estates in Ooty and Coonoor (and were pretty impressed by them), the photos and description of Munnar's tea estates made it irresistible for us to skip it. So from Aluva, we packed our … Continue reading Munnar Tea Estates & Top Station Camping (India bike trip contd.)

Entering God’s Own Land & Its Cultural Capital, Thrissur (India Bike Trip contd.)

OK. So it was 26th January. Generally, this date signifies celebrating our Republic Day with tiny tricolor on our shirts and remembering the awesome army parade we used to watch on DD. But today, this also meant that we were in the 5th week of this crazy journey, having covered more than 4000km through the Western … Continue reading Entering God’s Own Land & Its Cultural Capital, Thrissur (India Bike Trip contd.)