We met a tall man with a pale face in a black cloak, holding a lantern in his hand who, to add to the eeriness, happened to be our tour guide for the night. We walked around the convict site listening to our guide narrate spooky stories not only about the haunted tales of many of these buildings but also some of the true experiences that visitors have had in these tours…
It had been ages since I hit the saddle of a bike and here we were on a mountainous island … More
Located just off the Queensland coast, this island is a 4WD only territory. The island was named K’gari by the locals, meaning ‘paradise’ and here’s why…
I only recently heard about the Cania Gorge National Park and it sounded like the perfect weekend road trip to … More
It might be over-enthusiasm speaking when I say, that the best way to admire the wild is amidst the wilderness. I say so from having had the opportunity to discern these free-spirited whales, mirthfully criss crossing their territory. There’s something ever so magnetising to watch feral creatures endowed with all the brawn and vigor without an inkling of baneful intent.
Navarathri, in its essence, celebrates the triumph of good over evil, a theme so universal to all societies, it ought to resonate with anyone who wishes to imbrue the experience. Durga Pujo is one such festival, that is justifiably eulogised in the Indian states of West Bengal, Bihar and Assam.
This natural art gallery makes one wonder, how far we’ve come from being hunter gatherers, to the modern complex beings we now are. There’s nothing like getting a glimpse into our ancient past, not only because it is astounding to, but also because we simply can!
The way I saw it, the site prodded us at our wilful obliviousness to the eventuality of war, burying not only hopes and happiness of souls but also their corpses.