Title: The Bamboo Skywalk Location: Nohwet Village, Meghalaya, North East India You’ll rarely find its mention in any Meghalaya itinerary found online or in travel guides. Neither will the locals persuade you to give this hidden gem a visit. But find it, you must! This Bamboo Skywalk is located in beautiful Meghalayan village called Nohwet, at a distance of about 80Continue reading “SlowRover Snapshots #22”
Nice things have happen to you when you travel. we share with you, the best Indian treats We had in 2015 (and where to find them)
Disclaimer : You will feel very hungry. And you will need to travel.
.. she gave an expression that was part happiness and part disbelief. After all, this was the first time she was watching her own face on a phone screen!
The compartment was abuzz with a distinct sound. Our train had stopped at Manamadurai Junction, a small station that falls on the route from Madurai and Rameshwaram.
Title: Old Man and his Fish
Location: Gangasagar, West Bengal
Title: Behroopiya Location: Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh He claims to be Kishan from a small UP village- I doubt if either of that is true. For he is a Behroopiya; ‘an Impersonator’. A man with no identity, yet identifying himself with everyone around him. He chooses to live a part of their lives- people he meets on the streets, people heContinue reading “SlowRover Snapshots #15”
Title: Anaconda’s lair in Kerala Location: Poovar, Kerala I hope you won’t judge me for admitting that I haven’t seen any of the movies of the Anaconda franchise. Sure I have seen a scene or two while surfing channels but my attention has always been stolen by Colin Firth playing Darcy or Ellen’s wisecracks. So, IContinue reading “SlowRover Snapshots #14”
Take a long walk on the Charles Bridge and it will be difficult to not be overpowered by the delicious scent of fresh trdelník in the air. Krusta is one good place to try the traditional Czech pastry.
SR Snapshots #12: Backpacking in Nepal is a serendipity in itself. I met this little guy during a backpacking expedition in Pokhara.
“Do you know what I am doing bhaiya? I am trying to break the hula-hoop world record!”
While exploring the Hemis monastery, I ran into this young man. Instantly, my hands whipped out my camera, thinking about how good his red robes would look against the white. But he shook his face in anger and turned away. But as I stowed away my camera, he beckoned. He simply took the chocolate I held in my other hand and asked me to proceed with the photo.
So, by renouncing a bar of chocolate I managed to click this image.
Title: After the Petrichor
Location: New Delhi, India
Clicked on a lazy Sunday morning. Reading a book while witnessing the spectacle of a passing monsoon is heavenly!
SlowRover Snapshots #7
Location: Begnas Lake, Pokhara, Nepal
Where the land is beautiful, the sky is pure. Clicked at the shore of the Begnas Lake near Pokhara, Nepal.
Title: Playing On
Location: Mcleod Ganj, India
While backpacking in the Bhagsunag area of Mcleod Ganj, India, this stringed-instrument (Sarangi) player caught my eye. Dressed in a traditional Rajasthani attire, he played the tunes of god, while I sat there listening with rapt attention.
SlowRover Snapshots #5
Title : Sound of the Rain
Location: Delhi, India
Clicked during the onset of the Monsoon of 2015. When the smell of petrichor lit up the senses of all living things alike.
Caught a glimpse of the never-say-die spirit of Kolkata at a traffic signal.