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Sinhagad Fort Trek

Sinhagad Fort Trek 7

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

Ghangad Fort 6

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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If Life Was Perfect | Day 1 in Kerala

Malpe Fish Market 1

If Life was perfect, it would be very boring. You know… like those predictable movies that make you want to skip the whole thing to the very end. We have learned to take disappointments as life lessons. When we think of it like that, we never really feel like we have missed anything. So many

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Vlog #1 Mahabaleshwar Trip

My little prince

Hey guys, So we finally did videos for Tes at Home. The content of our vlog is going to be similar to whatever I write here. I will share a lot of recipes and travel stories, plus you guys will be able to see us moving around 🙂 I think youtube is very interactive and super fun.

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Shivaji Trails: Torna Fort

A Torna Fort 1

Hey guys, last weekend was super excited for us. It’s monsoon here in Pune, India, and the whole countryside is green and wet. The hills are covered with green velvets of fresh grass. Rivers are filled. Waterfalls flow from the mountains. The breezes carry the scent of earthy paddy fields blowing everywhere. It’s the season

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Lohagad Fort

The other day, I asked my husband what’s happened to our city. It’s July, and by now the river should be flooded and the ground supposed to fill with puddles and green grass. “Global warming,” he answered. I felt sick immediately, knowing my favorite season is running short this year. How long it would take

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Tarkarli Beach

Before we left home on Friday night, I wrote on my Facebook “I’ve just realized we’re traveling all the time. Tonight we are heading 400 km off station. I don’t even know where we’re going :)” This is exactly how we run our lives, keep our hiking shoes out of the shoe-rack ready for new

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Rain- the Season of Remembrance

The rain has finally arrived, cold and cozy, every corner of my house invite me to lay back and dream of yesteryears. The fine drops sprayed down from the sky also carry tiny millions little memories in them. We used to run wild in the rain in the middle of rice field, hiding from the

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