Indian trains are a microcosm of our world and even today, especially in the crowded second class compartment of a Mumbai local you can come across beggars and vagrants who try their luck, preying on your sensibilities. “Ma paisa do” says a man tapping a stick . You look at him and realise that he… Read More A man with a vision #WATWB
September marks the beginning of Fall – the time of year when the leaves begin to turn. It is also the time of year when summer crops are harvested. Where I come from , the leaves remain unchanged but there is a change of seasons too. The monsoons normally make a retreat and the farmers… Read More Apple picking in the Fall
While walking on the trail this morning I came across these deer who were as speechless as I was . I’m linking up with Esha’s #WordlessWednesday. I’m taking my Alexa Rank to the next level with #MyFriendAlexa and Blogchatter.
If inanimate objects could experience emotion, the blue bicycle would have been very happy. After two months of shivering in the garden shed , she finally saw the light of day . Summer had come and today was the perfect day for a ride on the beach. It was difficult riding on the shifting sand… Read More The Blue Bicycle #FridayReflections
Disclaimer : This is a major rant so if you don’t want to listen, move on . To do or not to do This week I’ve been busy with getting my trip organised . Sadly the heavy rains put paid to my travel plans and after a four hour wait at the airport I returned… Read More A night at the Airport