Watching a movie is one of my ‘Friday traditions’.. yes, this is what i call it and strictly abide by (and not like waking up early and gymming rules which remains as plans only) Well, here the story starts.. One such Friday night, I completed this beautiful movie, ‘We bought a zoo‘. In one of the scene Matt Damon tells his son – Continue reading “A travelers tale to inspire you to follow your heart!”
The relation between “New year” and “It’s resolutions” is just like the honeymoon phase of a newly married couple.. where everything is full of craze and passion and it goes buttery smooth for the initial period but later on, fades away like the morning dew.. eventually but visibly! Continue reading “New Year and Resolutions: Do something different this time!”
So what is the first thought that comes to your mind when it comes to sunrises and sunsets? Is it still about the discipline lessons taught in school that sun always rises and sets on time, we should also follow the same blah blah rules and write “thank you” notes to sun and moon? Or is it about the maturity and sensibility levels now that sunsets are a matter of beautiful memories associated and soothing sights related? Or is it the longing for a lover for the single souls out there who have an unfulfilled dream of enjoying the pleasant sight in the arms of the beloved? Continue reading “5 places that will make the sunrises and sunsets, your most beautiful sights!”
The thought of vacations/getaways bring hill stations to our mind and the thought of hill stations redirects our thoughtful scope to Manali, Musoorie, Shimla and Nainital. The popular ones and easily accessible ones! And whosoever has not visited these common places is immediately placed in the category of a newcomer in the field of travelling and tripping (Yes peeps, you do belong to some or the other category of travelers) Continue reading “Lansdowne: A love to fall in and with!”
How justified our lives would have been if only we were responsible for our ups and downs and wins and losses. If only nobody could have cared to predict the outcomes of our judgements and then stopped us from doing what we always wanted to.