On a hot and sultry Sunday, I step out to go to the market. It seems like it's been a long time since I've seen the local roads. Perhaps it has. In the daily hustle and rush to the workplace, subtle things go unnoticed. Of course the roads are nothing subtle really. One misstep, and … Continue reading Circular Dependency
We had had a rather strange morning. Waking up at 3:30 am, to be stuck in a traffic jam around 5 am, and then racing against the sunrise to get to the top of Tiger Hill. We missed the famous golden Kanchenjunga due to bad weather, but took away some interesting memories nonetheless. We are … Continue reading The temple at Tiger Hill
As we were stepping out of the hotel room, we saw a tall, broad man peering through the viewfinder of a DSLR. The SUV behind him was open and the valet placed our bags in the boot. As we closed the door, the driver kept his camera on the front passenger seat and hopped in. … Continue reading On the road: Gangtok to Darjeeling
Mountaineering on Tenzing Rock, Darjeeling
Words; They're funny little creatures. When you have no time They'll drive you crazy. When you least expect them They'll dance in your mind. You crave to indulge them And promise them your time. Only, when the moment arrives They become hard to find!
The phone rang at 3:30 am. The voice of the driver was impatient. "It's getting late! No no... I don't know who told you 4 am. We need to leave now. We'll get stuck in a traffic jam!" A traffic jam at 4 am? Oh well, we were already up. We scrambled and managed to … Continue reading Morning on Tiger Hill
From established comforts To starting anew From being a part of one family, To belonging to two From the yearly hop between two cities To a traveling spree From figuring out two cultures To switching between three! From the spoilt n lazy brat To greater responsibility From an individual To managing a team and a family The image featured … Continue reading Transition