Author: Divsi

Andaman Diaries: Jolly Buoy Island, Corals and Dolphins

Our orange and green boat, MV Belle made its way to the Jolly Buoy island cutting through the placid waters of the Wandoor jetty. [caption id="attachment_5091" align="aligncenter" width="2846"] A boat…
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To Sharjah With Love

Dear Sharjah, I first visited you when I was barely 2 years old. There was absolutely no memory of you except the thrill of going up and down on your…
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Exploring Kalpa with The Grand Shamba La

"Mid pleasures and palaces though we may roam Be it ever so humble there is no place like home"     Of all the umpteen things travel teaches you, making…
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Sharjah Festival Of Lights: UAE’s own Arabian nights

It was nearing dusk and the Al Noor mosque in Sharjah was steadily being filled with people. The sounds of the evening Namaaz filled the air and the waters of…
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Reliving The Jungle book at Kanha National Park

At 6.30 am, the jungles of Kanha were buzzing with activity. Sunlight rose steadily, filtering itself through the tall Sal trees and diverged in all possible directions. Dusty, serpentine paths…
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Vegetarian food in Myanmar: A complete survival guide

Theplas: check Ready to eats: check Packaged food : check SOS words: check I was a vegetarian traveling to Myanmar: a country predominately consuming non vegetarian fare. Throughly acquainted with the menu…
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Keoladeo National Park: A birder’s delight

A misty morning and the winter chill welcome me as I stuff my numb hands deeper in my pockets. The outline of greenery in the fog becomes clearer as I walk…
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Goodwind Riding: Bikers with a mission

Travel teaches.  It broadens perspectives, facilitates cultural exchanges, breaks barriers and those trillion stereotypes we nurture in our minds since forever. But travel saves lives too. While my social media…
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Bagan : Of sunrises and sunsets

5.30 am:  Bagan standard time I pant as I climb the massive steps of the Shwesandaw Pagoda in a jiffy. I was here yesterday. But today was different. I scramble…
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