On the morning of his birthday, Prince Oslo woke up to a gorgeous scenario- bright yet chilly, with the underlying scent of the neighbouring Pines & Deodhars. He looked about & stretched into an elegant downward dog stretch, (the one he’s been trying to teach his minion Shezzi) & decided to wake his Mom up for his morning constitutional. Continue reading “The magnificent adventures of Prince Oslo & his minions-Manali”
The joys of travelling are manifold. One of them (& this one tops the list), is the joy of meeting new people. Continue reading “The magnificent adventures of Prince Oslo & his minions-Simla”
Sing me a song of a lad that is gone,
Say, could that lad be I?
Merry of soul he sailed on a day
Over the sea to Skye
-Robert Louis Stevenson
The husband & I decided to celebrate our first anniversary with a ‘budget’ holiday to the UK. We had managed to save up just enough for the trip (Also, throw a strategically timed pre-anniversary party & you have enough cash by way of gifts to manage a bit of holiday shopping as well! 🙂 ) Continue reading “The London Chronicles”
Bandhavgarh, Madhya Pradesh
Exhaustion and breathing good clean air, I realised is an effective cure for a chronic case of insomnia. Continue reading “The Waghoba Diaries- Part IV”
Pench, Maharashtra to Bandhavgadh, Madhya Pradesh
Energy levels were high & the heady scent of the forest pervaded every fibre of our beings as we set out in complete excitement towards Bandhavgadh. Continue reading “The Waghoba Diaries- Part III”
Pench Morning Safari
9th November, 2015
Woke up at five thirty in the morning to the excited chatter of the forest guards getting ready to begin their morning rounds.
I hadn’t slept so well in such a long time, that it was almost wrong to disturb such delicious slumber. And for the first time in the history of my uneventful life, I woke up a whole fifteen minutes before the alarm. Continue reading “The Waghoba Diaries – Part II”