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Video Journal 1, Kaas Plateau

Many people fall in love with Kaas Plateau since we posted about it a couple days ago. It’s truly a special place and a rare blooming phenomena of mother nature. Here is a short clip, we made to keep the memory of our trip alive. It’s our first video so it’s a very shaky, but we did

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Kaas Plateau, the Plateau of Flowers

When we parked our car, I was thinking about a picture of wild flower plateau I saw in Lonely Planet Magazine many months ago. That picture has been haunting me. It was a heavenly capture of Kaas Plateau with pink flowers covering the ground everywhere. At first sight, I told my husband that we had

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Come and Take a Monsoon Ride with Us

And you know the light is fading all too soon You’re just two umbrellas one late afternoon You don’t know the next thing you will say This is your favorite kind of day It has no walls The beauty of the rain Is how it falls, how it falls, how it falls Dar Williams- The Beauty of the Rain Make a never ending

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Morachi Chincholi (The Peacock Village)

Imagine waking up in solitude on an absolute salubriousness. There is silence and life moves on a slow pace. Sun has just risen, and there are strange calls piercing in the air around us. The almost desperate meows are loud and yearn to be heard. Those eerie screams are both mysterious and enticing. And there

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Journey to the Beach in Monsoon

Saturday morning, I packed a bag for a weekend trip to a beach, but instead of sunscreen and big hats, I had raincoats and umbrella in my suitcase. My husband asked me few weeks ago, if I have ever seen rain showering in the sea…. My first impression was “uncomfortable”. But I loved when life

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Bhaja Cave

When my husband turned the car off the highway to the smaller, rougher track, as the car jumped over the uneven path, it didn’t humor me. I was really skeptical about visiting another Buddhist cave since my 5 years ago visiting its brother cave, Karla cave, was not so present. I visited Karla cave 5 years ago

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Lonavala- Picnic in the Mist

Ever since it rained and wet, it has been a while we made our last picnic trip in the beautiful countryside around Pune. Who says picnic needs sunshine and warm air? For all I know, picnic surrounded by natural wind and greens in any conditions is always a merry experience. We have been yearning to have

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