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Photography

Tweet After a very long time I took out my camera at home. I tried my hands at various things in the backyard. In the end I was most happy with this lonely leaf glowing in the sunlight. Hope you guys also had a great weekend!

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Are you a Foodie?

by Mridula on August 30, 2014

in Canon D550,Food,Photography,Thailand

Tweet Is food the high point of your travels? In spite of traveling a fair bit, I am almost never excited about food. I squarely blame it on the mess food of the hostels I stayed in. I mean how about a lizard in the omelette? Also, I guess being a vegetarian plays a role. [...]

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Tweet This year starting from March till about now, I traveled a lot. When I traveled a lot I would crib because I was traveling too much, which would leave me very tired. Then for the past two weeks I have been at home. So, now I am getting nostalgic about traveling and then, you [...]

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Tweet I usually don’t bother much about hotels when I travel alone or if we are all adults. But with two kids in Hong Kong I was worried about everything. More so when both are brats and I was the only adult on the trip. I did the trip Makemytrip and they booked me with the Royal [...]

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Tweet When our guide for the day told us that the pickup back to the hotel was at 9.30 pm, I had my sincere doubts if the kids would last that long. He was leaving us at the Hong Kong Disneyland. It was 10.00 am, the 9.30 pm pickup otherwise made sense as there are [...]

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Tweet What starts and end with muddy feet is a good trek in my definition. The trek to Phraya Nakhon Cave in the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park (in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province close to Hua Hin) was one such trek. We reached the village Bang Pu which was quaint and lovely. We had to [...]

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