By Mamta Naidu
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Jul 29th, 2015
Durbar Square before earthquake reminded me of Florence, it had a tinge of red, yellow, orange, blue and green to it and the place came alive with tour...
By Mamta Naidu
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Jun 14th, 2015
Walking through the ubiquitous Rosa Rugosa shrubs aka Sylt Rose to reach the Wadden Sea boarded by Sea Grass buried in Sand Dunes was nothing short of ...
By Mamta Naidu
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Apr 16th, 2015
I always thought of Ooty as a place only fit for honeymooners: cold, hilly and romantic. “Ooty and me? no way,” used to be my usual response. When we ...
By Mamta Naidu
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Mar 3rd, 2015
When I talk about trekking in the Himalayas, sometimes people ask me, “What is the point in walking or climbing aimlessly from one point to another, in...
By Mamta Naidu
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Jan 25th, 2015
I think Sheep and Goats are two of the most photogenic animals. No matter where I see them, I am drawn to them perhaps like nomads to Sheep and Goats. ...
By Mamta Naidu
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Jan 6th, 2015
With a few morsels dangling around the mouth and a lot of it melting inside it we go out and proudly, spraying the morsels that had difficulty melting,...
By Mamta Naidu
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Dec 14th, 2014
Say no to mutton chops. ;) ...
By Mamta Naidu
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Nov 22nd, 2014
I say this at every opportunity, “not for nothing people associate The Himalayas with renunciation of the material world.” If you spend enough time in...
By Mamta Naidu
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Nov 21st, 2014
HAY! YOU GOT CARROTS FOR ME?...
By Mamta Naidu
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Oct 25th, 2014
Here I realized it was possible to walk in the clouds but without Keanu Reeves by my side. The white fluffy clouds descended so low on the town that it...