All posts by oneearthtooless

Travel Teaches- Beauty in Mundane Things

Sometimes in life, when you are traveling look out for all the imperfections a place holds. Its okay to not find a perfect frame, it's okay if a place is not conventionally insta-worthy and just like that it's absolutely fine if your life is going through phases of imperfection! Life and travel is all about ...

Property Review: Old Magazine House, Ganeshgudi, Dandeli

If bird watching is your drug, go no far beyond the Old Magazine House at Ganeshgudi for a high. The forest here is home to more than 40 local species and welcomes several more migratory species during the winter. My apologies for not being able to provide any more account on the details of bird ...

The Barrens and the Blues: Leh to Manali on Road

"Life is filled with unanswered questions, but it is the courage to seek those answers that continues to give meaning to life. You can spend your life wallowing in despair, wondering why you were the one who was led towards the road strewn with pain, or you can be grateful that you are strong enough ...

Travel Teaches: Inspirations Lies Everywhere

We probably only look out for the perfect shot when we are vacationing in a land far away. We look for the perfect sunrise on mountains and the picturesque sun setting behind the line where the sky meets the sea. We have talked about the crystal clear blue skies of the Pacifics or the Indian ...

Kelimutu National Park: A Tale of a Midnight Trek and an Unforgettable Sunrise

I have a special place where I like to see myself when the sun rises everyday - my bed! Yes, I'm not a morning person at all. So when this post is seeing the light of the day (could not help the pun 😛 ), you know why this one was worth the mention. Watching ...

Travel teaches: Hope & Compassion

If you are travelling in Germany or you live in Germany, you cannot possibly ignore the constant reminder of its troubled times and the Holocaust. And if your travel partner is a World War II buff like mine, you cannot escape but to revisit the memorials and museums highlighting the Nazi regime that the country ...

10 Signs that Proves You are Carved for Solo Travel

You were the fastest among millions to travel when it was your time to be born. You didn't have to wait for another to reach your destination to make the maximum impact and look, here you are now. Not everything in life is best enjoyed in someone's company, there are things which are enjoyed incomparably, ...

Travel Teaches: The Promise of Life

Life, as we all know in our own ways, is a strange thing - both the presence and absence of it. As I was basking in the joy of the 'presence' of it doing what I love most, traveling, I was hit with the 'absence' bit - I lost my father. That was life showing ...

Rantings #4: Lessons from an Old Man

Maumere.. a nice little sleepy town of Flores! The sea calm, it's an off season with absolutely no tourist and its raining on patches.. an empty beach with a couple of Germans and an English couple roaming around! I don't think I've ever had a vacation more filled with the quietness of solitude than this ...

Blogger Recognition Award

It was a double surprise, when two fellow bloggers nominated me for the Blogger Recognition Award. Gabby of militarymamasfarmhouse and Jess of  travelsofababy-vet , you girls took me by surprise  and Thank You for all the love you showered on my blog. A big Thank You for all the love. What is the Blogger Recognition Award? The Blogger Recognition ...