Currency Exchange or Robbery? The Provocation and Its Effect: This Post - My Most Powerful Travel Hack - No Currency Conversion.
These images are not about moments, but about the epicness of a majestic region. While going through these, it is likely you may feel the gentle rustling of the prayer flags, the violent gushing of glacial rivers, the evocative notes of quaint local instruments, the faith and belief of the humble people of Ladakh, and its stark, rugged terrain. You may even feel the devotion and meditation of monks, see the browns, blues, greens, and reds of this colourful desert and hear the folklore of this region.
The first series I ran was about New York City. It comprised 26 images and the series ran from 30th May to 17th June 2017. The images ranged from the Oculus to NYC skyline to American Museum of Natural History... This series received 2285 likes and 187 comments. It also gained me, 49 followers.
While we waited with a collective baited breath, he announced that we had created not one, but two records - the first-ever bloggers meet in Khardung La, as well as the Highest Blogger meet at an altitude of 17,562 ft.
During my recent passage through the city while we were on our way to Ladakh to set the record for the #HighestBloggerMeet (courtesy #ScoutMyTrip and #OYORooms), I was shocked to see Dal bereft of tourists, shrouded in a pall of ghostly silence (scroll down to the last photograph, if you don't believe me!).
With Onam around the corner, I am sharing this article - Discovering Kochi During Onam - that was carried in December 2013 issue of Smart Photography. While the article is about my discovery of Kochi during the Onam festivities of 2013, the action stays relevant even today.
663 1 1