D.C., famously known as the political capital of the world, is another one of those crowded city in US I visited recently for a conference. During the 4 days that I was there, I managed to walk around the city in the evening visiting museums, local coffee shops and well known government buildings including Capitol … More Washington D.C.
Continued from click here April 3rd 2011 – Day 2 Morning we woke up to the smell of some authentic local food. Our hosts were really sweet. During breakfast, we curiously listened to our host narrating stories about wild life encounters in the area. Surprisingly he didn’t mention anything about snakes. When I asked him about … More Sharavati Valley Trek II – Basavanabaayi Falls | Kayaking
Pulled this one out of the archive. During my junior and senior year in college, the pocket money I received back home was only enough to grab street food with friends every other day. I usually found it difficult to gather money to go on hikes with my friends. My mom set things pretty straight … More Sharavati Valley Trek I – Gudanagundi falls | “We Won!”
While it is commonly believed that all of us where born with the same capability, with time it transpires to become the other way round. Keeping fame, wealth, and material aside, in our day to day life we get to see some of these guys having developed their own attitude towards life and gained exceptional … More YNP IV – The Physics of The Quest
(Happie New Year! The last two months I’ve been so stoked and psyched about this climbing competition I competed few days back that I pretty much forgot my blog. I will write about this competition soon.) Today I went on couple of short hikes. The whole time I was in the woods I made sure … More YNP III – Finding home in Solitude