I fell in love with Italy when I was a student of class VII. My geography teacher Mrs. Banerjee was a beautiful lady who had visited Italy. During her class, she used to narrate us stories from her visit. She narrated the story so beautifully that I could almost visualize the lanes and canals of … Continue reading Pisa- The First Glimpse of Tuscany
Lush greenery, tea gardens spread till the horizon, meandering Teesta and Torsa rivers kissing the foothills of the Himalayas, wild elephant herds roaming freely and innocent laughs of tribal people is what distinguishes Dooars from the rest of Bengal. This was my first time in Dooars, and it won’t be an exaggeration if I say … Continue reading Glimpses of Dooars
I used to post for Skywatch Friday in my other blog Wanderful. However, henceforth I would post in this blog. This was shot in Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary, West Bengal, India. Linking this post to Skywatch Friday. For more Sky watch posts visit Wanderful.
Spending the night on the street locked out of my home was not exactly my idea of a perfect solo vacation.