I love everything colorful, but green, green trees are my favorite! – monochromatic, hues of green. This pic was taken after a good rainfall(back in India); happy leaves shining bright.
Tidbits from my Cambodian journey – Phnom Penh <-> Siemp Reap. A Cambodian ‘tuk-tuk’ is a bit different from the traditional Indian and Thai auto-rickshaws. These have five wheels, a two-wheeled carriage attached to a moped; unlike the other which are three-wheeled. It’s cheap and an efficient way of transport within the cities of Phnom… Read More Tidbits about Phnom Penh and Siem Reap
Angkor Wat was never in my must-see places; in fact little did I know about this country packed between Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Being an avid fan of National Geographic and similar channels I once stumbled upon a documentary on how Angkor Wat was built in the 12th century. A temple built for Hindu worship and later used by Buddhists. Interesting! Did… Read More Angkor Wat The Temple City
Are you up to spending a day/night on an island (close to California) that is free from resorts, hotels, and restaurants? Sounds intriguing? Channel islands is that non-commercialised place where you can enjoy the serenity of nature and have fun kayaking, snorkeling, hiking, and diving. Where Located very close to the Californian coast, Channel islands is… Read More Kayaking and Snorkeling in Channel Islands National Park
… until your encounter with a Ladakhi pit toilet! 😀 Where is this place? Pangong Tso, is a lake in the Himalayas on the Indo-Tibet border, Ladakh region of Jammu&Kashmir state of India. Only one-fourth of the lake lies in India. Though Pangong Tso is a saline lake it completely freezes in winter.