Tag: travel

Going Slim :)

Am going slim too but that I have been doing that for a while now … and with Menopause playing a spoilsport, my slim version is still to materialize. This post is about an induction stove going slim. I bought an induction stove in 2012 when we moved […]

Fresh Food Fetish … fuelled by OPOS

Here’s a sample menu for breakfast/lunch – Breakfast – Poha, Sabudana Khichadi, Pav Bhaji, Pongal, Khichadi, Ammini Kozhukattai, Idli, Dosa, Semiya Upma, Rava Upma, Curd Semiya, Bhel Puri, Stew (ishtu) & idiappam, dhokla Lunch – Veg Biriyani, Sambar Rice, Rasam Rice, Dal Paalak, Puliyodare (Tamarind rice), Bisi Bele […]

Laundry on the move

As we travel for a month continuously and carry just enough clothes for a week at best, doing our laundry everywhere becomes important. I do carry soap and the reetha (soap nuts) seeds for washing my sarees, but still we keep exploring options in every location to get […]

And the U.P Yatra begins

Since July 2017, we have been doing only short trips of nearby districts for ShikshaDaan as we had a lot of unfinished work at Delhi and we were also awaiting our 80G exemption. We got the 80G exemption in Feb 2018 and we immediately did our strategy meeting […]

PenPals… No Blog-pals

All through my growing up years, I thought I should have a penpal. A “penpal” was someone who lived in a different country or a very far off place in your own country and you become friends by writing letters to each other. Penpals met sometimes but mostly […]

We’re on our way back from ….

…. Lush Green Landlocked Languid Laos. Spent an interesting month in Laos. Learnt about their culture, food, made new friends, saw historical sights, found connections to India and for the first time, managed to be here before our Prime Minister Mr.Modi. Last year when we went to Mongolia, […]

dynastycrooks

To save India from the Dynasty, we must expose the Dynastycrooks among us.

Wandering Rani

My thoughts have travelled far

Mrinalini Raj

I LEAVE YOUR ROAD TO WALK ON MY GRASS.

Eat, Drink, Move (Repeat)

The Journey of a Lifetime...

Empty Nesters Travel Insights

Exploring the world doesn't have to be expensive or difficult.  You can travel independently on a budget. We are a couple of Australian empty nesters, sharing with you our stories, tips and information. We hope they will help you research and plan your own trip.

Masalachilli - A Celebration of Indian Vegetarian Cooking, with a twist!

A Celebration of Indian Vegetarian cooking, with a twist !

roads bel travelled

Exploring open roads without breaking the bank

One day at a time...

To stop a whirlwind.

Heuristics, Humor & a Heretic

Learnings & Leanings of an Executive Coach

Nilesh Nilkanth Oak

Ancient Indian History

GLOBAL HINDUISM

Hinduism related politics

The Travelling Diary of a Dippy-Dotty Girl

She travels so that the world may not escape her

Road less Explorer

Life is beautiful...Enjoy it!

Ken Puddicombe -Writer

His Writing. People. Places. Perspectives.

Madras Nalla Madras. A photo blog on Chennai

A Daily photo blog on Chennai. Photographs, events and images from Chennai.

Shutterbug Iyer

Visual Blogs and Ramblings - Travel, Photography, Heritage, Culture