Category Archives: Travel

Happy 378th Birthday!

My favorite city turns 378! The city I had the privilege to call Home for eight years introduced me to a new language, culture and gave me a lifetime of memories – happy birthday to you Madras! Often I find … Continue reading

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It was a warm sunny afternoon in May when I visited this temple as part of our one-day tour of the popular spots in Bhubaneshwar. We had to remove our footwear before entering the temple premises. I limped around with … Continue reading

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Trip to Tonto National Monument, AZ

Tonto National Monument is located in the Superstition mountain in Arizona. It comprises of two well preserved cliff dwellings of the Salado culture who resided here back in the 13th- 15th century. The Salt River was the important and perennial … Continue reading

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2016: A Recap

With barely two days left in this year I feel this would be the best time to share my end-of-year review. This is the time when I imagine myself as a nervous school student terrified and living at the mercy … Continue reading

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Trip to Lower Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend – AZ

Lower Antelope Canyon is one of the two parts of the Antelope Canyon located in Page, Arizona. The main canyon is a slot canyon type which are more deep than wide. From the numerous Yelp and Tripadvisor review that we scoured through … Continue reading

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Seen at State Route 87

A famous person once remarked that the journey matters more than the destination. I found myself thinking about it over our recent drive to Payson. The weather forecasts for the weekend promised good conditions. So we made plans for visiting … Continue reading

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Trip to Sedona, the Red Rock City

Located in Southern Arizona, in the Verde valley, Sedona is known for its beautiful red sandstone formations. There are a number of trails for activities like hiking and mountain biking that run across the valley which makes it quite popular … Continue reading

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