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being a trotter

the rules of the game!

When I started with this blog I made a solemn vow to myself that this won’t be the usual travelogue… when I say usual I mean my travelogues would not be like the brochures you get in the tourist information counters and offices. It would be “very meeh”! The way I look at things when I travel.
“Very meeh” means –
Traveling to me basically is to explore a place in depth, to go beyond what is written on the brochures, what’s found in the market, what it is like to be a part of that community, to mingle with the locals and to be just just me …
It’s not mandatory for me to visit museums, monuments and parks when I travel. I might prefer walking around the town & try not to behave like a tourist as far as I can.
A place just about 50 kms from my home might be as enjoyable like going for scuba diving in Lacadives.
& I’ll also put up all the HOT SPOTS right here in this blog…….
Word of caution here – the hot spots might be not the flashy clubs, discos or the malls… it might be as simple as –
… watching the sunset from an angle in NH 37 here in Guwahati, towards Amingaon, the reflection of the blazing orange sun in waters of the mighty Brahmaputra and the rippled is simply beyond belief....

... to continue....

Posted by incommunicado 00:13

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... sunset towards Amingaon? wow! can't wait to point my lens westward! Happy trotting ahead - will follow!

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