“Look forward to having you with us in the lost land of the Himalayas. Let’s leave the itinerary unplanned and unmapped” said the email from the Green People of The Goat Village. As if this wasn’t mouth-watering enough, they also said electricity was sporadic (and only available in the common […]Read More
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It was the weekly village market, albeit the biggest of the year. But a rural Indian bazaar, with its explosion of colour and activity, is never “just a market”. It takes a simple lifestyle to turn a weekly market into a carnival. We were lucky to have one such experience. […]Read More
Morachi Chincholi, a village of tamarind trees with peacocks A village with more peacocks than people, Morachi Chincholi is actually an unofficial peacock sanctuary. Less than 50 km from Pune and around 200 from Mumbai, it’s a great weekend getaway for and some natural rejuvenation. An overnight stay will ensure […]Read More