Those bright yellow four wheelers are not just a mode of transportation since decades, but an emotion. Garnish them with some rain drops and you are into a surreal world… at least I am.
Deuta (as we address our father) never discusses about his office at home, not much even with Maa (our mother). As far as I can remember, for me and my sister, his workplace had always been a ‘cool’ hangout place for us with ever smiling Uncles-Aunties-Dadas-Baideos. Many a time, post-school, I used to spend time… Continue reading Mrs. Borgohain and What My Parents Didn’t Teach Me
Have been trying cover some lesser known destinations in Australia (‘lesser known’ in regards to the usual itinerary of a tourist on a tight schedule). My first article in this thread was about a Chinese Garden themed park in midst of the bustling city of Sydney, link :https://champographie.com/2018/12/22/hidden-china-bustling-sydney/comment-page-1/ Had been thinking of penning down about… Continue reading Cherry Blossoms at 7000 KMs from Japan – Tulip Top Gardens
I woke up to the bright yet cold sun rays dancing through the large window of my hotel room. It was 5.30 in the morning, and another 30 minutes for my alarm to go off. I have always had this difficulty with ‘stranger’ beds, doesn’t let me sleep in peace – trust issue eh? Deciding… Continue reading Gamusa Travels- I am praying this to be my post retirement place! Engelberg and Mt. Titlis.
And this is a reason why I enjoy walking to my workplace, be it summer or monsoon 😊…a different lane every day. Came across these three kids shouting their vocal chords out to anyone using the footpath besides their classroom wall. Couldn’t resist but clicked as many pics as I could. And they were more… Continue reading The Backbenchers.