A Peep At Paradise
I hold my breath as the plane touches
down a few yards from the vast blue
Indian Ocean, its foamy breakers
touching the edge of the runway.
Our Own Shangri-La
Imagine yourself at a height of 18,000
feet on a rocky ledge overhanging a
Life, The Kruger Way
never-be-lucky-enough-to visit has
changed many times, but been more or
less constant for the last decade.
A River Flows Through
It is just a day since water has
started flowing from the Mettur Dam.
Friends from Erode call to tell us the
rivers are full and flowing again, and
make for a beautiful sight.
When travel writing is fast becoming a
public relations exercise, this writer
couple still commands respect in the
Magic By The Tethys Sea
Seasoned travel writers Hugh and
Colleen Gantzer on travelogues and
Head For Sa
Women On Wanderlust (WOW Club), a
group of women travellers from India,
is headed out for exotic South Africa.
The ’Best of South Africa’ tour starts
from Mumbai on September 17 for nine
The Colours On A Body
Radhika Prathipati sees women a little
differently from other folks. She
lavishes colours on her subjects and
immerses them in their surroundings.
Ups And Downs
When reading up on Kumarakoil, I am
tempted to visit this ancient Murugan
temple on a green hillock surrounded
by green fields and a lake.
Deals Of The Week
Monsoon is here and so are the
packages from the hotels and resorts
to drench you with options to enjoy it
the way you like.
Across The Glacier
A glimpse of the indefatigable peaks
in the Himalayas — a trek in the
Garhwal Himalayas, across the Gangotri
glacier to Gomukh, Tapovan and
Nandanvan will satisfy all