Naveen and I thorougly enjoy road-trips and here are some lessons we've learned while living on the road.
Another cold day in Sikkim. And a perfect day for a walk in the woods to a nearby waterfalls, Mainebass waterfalls. Like Pema and Jamuna had promised, they joined us too. They were more excited than Naveen and I to go on this trek, they were so excited to show us what was ahead, what... Continue Reading →
Our second morning in the peaceful town and we were greeted with a shining sun. I have no words to explain the feeling of happiness and warmth I felt when I saw the clear sky and the shining sun. The weather was still icy and the air, cool but the sun being out made us... Continue Reading →
Our first day at Yuksom began quite late. Perhaps it was from all the traveling we did from the previous night that wore us out. We woke up to a refreshing 5 degree celsius morning air knocking on our windows. I don’t remember ever feeling that kind of cold; it was so cold I could... Continue Reading →
We drove to Gangtok but we found it to be no different than any other city except, traffic rules were followed with discipline. And maybe that’s because the roads are narrow and yet the city had managed to turn them into two way roads. Naveen, being so used to Bangalore traffic, used the honk once... Continue Reading →
Due to unforeseen events, we had to stay in West Bengal for three days more than what we had planned for. For most part, it was good. We managed to find comfortable stay, warm food and places to explore. One of the places we stayed at was a small forest lodge in Dooars, near... Continue Reading →
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2uQoi_b_oI To keep breathing, to keep blinking, to keep beating. From rushing to running to jumping to walking to riding to flying to swimming to floating to drowning. To keep laughing, to keep loving, to keep living. From eating, to drinking, to singing, to dancing, to painting, to crying, to chasing, to missing the midnight... Continue Reading →