Weeks before I landed in the city of Boston from Buffalo, most of the people who knew I’d be flying to this place, assured me that I would love it as it is divergent compared to the other posh cities of USA.
Uh… Well, I couldn’t disagree anymore. I have had mixed feelings about the city and here’s why.
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I woke up to one of the drowsiest Saturday mornings ever and suddenly realized that I should be leaving for one of the gardens in Michigan. The Dow Gardens. The sun shone bright and the day seemed to have a great beginning for everyone, but me. Acclimatized with the chill, brisk winters of the mid-west USA, it was suddenly a lot to take of the fatiguing rays of the sun.
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There are things in this world that we simply cannot deny. And one of those is Iceee-creeaaaamm! All one needs is a little love and ice-cream. Heedless of what season it is, we hold a soft spot for ice creams all the time.
|That’s Superman right there on top of Bear claw.
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Imagine unfurling your eyes to the rich foliage of Deodar trees roaring down to a beautifully hushing lake, while your ears are tenanted by the tender tweeting of the birds secured on the trees. You spring up from your bed with a genial foretaste of events just like the imperceptible sunrise, only to feel the crisp autumn breath of the wind kiss you passionately. It might sound like it is too good to be true but you’ll know that there is nothing too good to be true, if you rucksack to this earth’s own town in the Kangra Valley of the Himachal Pradesh, India.
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A weekend calls for a getaway and what better a getaway with your family that unfolds the car wheels to seamless roads leading towards religious enlightenment. To my family and I, Mulbagal and Kurudumale of the Kolar district in the state of Karnataka, IN, served purposefully in satiating our breakout last weekend.
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“It’s not only fine feathers that make fine birds”, said Aesop.
Closely packed in the Smokies, rests a lovely place. A place with birds. Birds so lovely. Lovely their ethos.
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