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Sinhagad Fort Trek

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Sinhagad Fort is a magnificent fortress located on an elevated hill 1,312 meters above sea level about 30 kilometers southwest of Pune City. The fort is also known as the Lion Fort, and the ruins of old structures glorify the power of the fort in the past. The fort now becomes one of the most important

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Trek to Ghangad Fort

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We’re still obsessed with the beauty of the monsoon. We woke up in the morning, and the boys put on their trekking shoes while I brewed some hot chocolate and put it in the flask. We’re ready for another weekend adventure. This time we’re going to the notorious Ghangad Fort, the magnificent fort hidden in

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Fishing at, Pargaon Village, Bhima River

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When I was a kid, I accompanied my dad on the hunting trips near the Mekong River. We went there at least once a year in a big caravan of his friends. I was a tom boy, and I loved adventurous stuff so I didn’t mind sleeping in the forest full of mosquitoes. Some nights,

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Tung Fort

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Monsoon Trekking Season is here, and the weather has been wonderful. Actually, I wish it rained a little harder because we actually wanted a messy trip filled with water and mud. We decided to pick Tung Fort on the bank of Pawna Lake to be our first destination. And here’s our little video of this

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Get Ready for Monsoon

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Rainy season is here in Pune. Although the rain is so little in the city, but I heard that it rains heavily in the mountains and hill stations. Finally we can have the water back in the lakes, and our farmers can sow and grow our food. Rain makes everything so alive. I can picture the

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Harvesting Jackfruit in the Rain

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It’s raining generously in Kerala. The sky is dark, and cold water drops on the roofs. It’s green everywhere. Rain water helps boosting the beautiful produce here. Today we are harvesting the jackfruits! Here is new video on jackfruits harvesting in Kerala rain. Jackfruit Harvest in Kerala Watch Jackfruit Harvest in Kerala on Youtube here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReXP9oh8GjY Jackfruit is a tropical fruit

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Udupi to Kerala

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I never thought I would fall in love with the town of Udupi. We drove pass it dozens of time, but it had never felt like this. I think when you get out of your comfort zone and open your heart to something, then you can truly discover the hidden passion within. Udupi is beautiful

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Malpe Beach, Udupi

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If you’re wondering why we haven’t posted any cooking post recently, it’s because we ran out of cooking gas again. We have been living without cooking in our kitchen for a week now, and hopefully the cooking gas will be delivered to our house today. And well, I hope you are not bored of my

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Malpe Fish Market

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Malpe Fish Market is one of the most important commercial fishing ports in India. The market is just 5 km off National Highway 66 (previously NH17) in Udupi. The market starts early morning, and you should visit between 5-8 am to catch the arrival of the fishing boats. There are hundreds of boats parked in

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Beaches in Goa and a Drive to Udupi

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We were tired, but I didn’t sleep at all that night in Goa. The boys were snoring, and I felt really irritated because of the humidity. We decided to stay close to the beach in a budget hotel which we paid Rs. 1,000 for a room. We were the only people in that hotel. It

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