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Alive is Awesome

Alive is Awesome- With an iPad

by Mridula on December 28, 2012

in blogging,Canon D550,Photography

Tweet Do you remember some of the posts that I did for Cinthol’s Alive is Awesome contest? There were some prizes associated with it. I was extremely reluctant in the beginning but the person who was in charge of the contest was one persuasive person. Once I committed I did all the posts that were required. [...]


The Dream of Antarctica- Alive is Awesome

by Mridula on November 8, 2012

in Antarctica,Travel

Tweet 2041 is a significant year for Antarctica because the no drilling no mining treaty that governs the area is coming up for a global review. And Sir Robert Swan along with his NGO 2041 works for the preservation of Antarctica and the environment. One of their mission is also to spread awareness about the 2041 treaty. People who [...]


Tweet It was a cloudy morning and I was out even before the first rays of sun! It was my last day in the paradise and I wanted to make it special. I walked the few steps from my hotel and I was at the beach. There was no one around apart from a few [...]


Tweet They say into each life some rain must fall. I say it is a given that in each trek some rain will fall! We were trekking in the Triund region in Himachal Pradesh and I had been lugging two heavy raincoats for the past two days. I asked my husband if he would carry [...]


Tweet Vikram our raft expert was giving instructions on a serious note. The light banter of the day before was completing missing. I had no idea what had caused the change!  But it did not take me long to find out! We were rafting from Kaudiyala to Rishikesh (in Uttarakhand, India) on the Ganges. I was part [...]


Tweet Before I went scuba diving (I am one recreational dive old) I never associated sea with colors other than blue and its various shades. This was in spite of watching countless TV shows that displayed the beautiful underwater life. The beauty of the ocean registered firmly on me only when I saw it myself. [...]