Having completed two bike expeditions, driving through Central India and the deserts of Rajasthan in the western India, I was preparing myself to explore South India because of its beautiful nature, culture and people. I prepared myself driving through Western Ghats and to reach the south most point of India,Â Kanyakumari. Explore ancient temples in the south, drive in the sands of Dhanskodi, walk of Ram Sethu with lots of things in mind I set to explore the serene scenic South India. Through this I will take you through the journey what I call is 'South Indian Saga'
Hitchhiking is a popular way of getting around Ladakh. The places are so remote and the public transportation options so minimal that people have no choice but to hitchhike. And for their part the vehicle drivers are always willing to stop and pickup anyone wanting to go in their direction. Sometimes for free and sometimes for a little fee. Growing up, hitchhiking was a common practice. Especially during my college days where getting a lift basically made all the difference between arriving in time for class or arriving late and having to miss the entire morning session. I gave up the practice after leaving college and never once hitchhiked during all my travels. But all that changed when i visited Ladakh last year (2010). I used to take the local buses to visit the villages around Leh and
This latest interview of Afridi has caused quite a stir in India with people wagging their pitchforks against him. But is it really justified ? Lets try to see this objectively..
A few select photos from Rishikesh, Haridwar and Himachal pradesh in order to provide a taste of what one can expect while traveling in this part of India.
Some photos from my travels in 2010.
Its Saturday morning.. almost midday and im still in bed. Got up a couple of hours back, didn't feel like getting out of bed, watched a movie and now that its over i still don't feel like going anywhere. So i figured i'd write about it. Something i haven't done in a very long time..