Day 4: Come away with me The winds from the ghats were strong and chilly and they hit my dried and tired face. My chin itched. Over the past week, I had grown quite a beard. As I glanced in the mirror of the Enfield I was sitting on, I noticed her walk behind me. […]Read more "Wild Winter Ride 3.0: Come away with me"
Prologue: The dawn had begun to break. We were thirty minutes behind schedule. The december morning was chilly and the fog had not lifted off yet. The air smelt fresh. As I stood over the parapet outside Shenaz’s house, I gazed at the VW Polo parked downstairs. Bright red, she looked very pretty. It had […]Read more "Wild Winter Ride 3.0"
Happy New Year Halfway into the first month, I understand, that my timing is completely off, but nevertheless, wish me back you! I have been trying to blog regularly. I’ve been trying very hard. There was even that, one time, when my best friend decided to blog on a topic that I had planned to […]Read more "Poem for a Passenger"
So, thanks to Indiblogger and Castrol Power1 for coming up with a blogging contest to try and define the Indian biker. Not only does it bring me back to the workshop after a short gap, but this time it’s about biking. An activity (if I may call it so) I personally cherish a lot. mo·tor·cy·cle […]Read more "The Indian Biking Life Cycle – 101"
At 06:00am, the alarm went buzz. I woke up well aware that going back to sleep was not an option if the UNESCO Heritage Triangle, Karnataka, ride was to happen. There was a change in plans, one of my favourite “couples” was joining me and my roomie, on this ride. Though they wouldn’t want to […]Read more "The UNESCO Heritage Triangle, Karnataka ride.."