When the idea of doing the Everest Base camp seeded into my mind, I was very excited but as days went by and I got busy with work. I realised I had not prepared enough. While my yoga classes, my running, and my gym was on. I had not trained myself for walking long hours … Read More about How to Prepare for Everest Base Camp Across Different Age Groups
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Sometimes in life, all you have to do is turn up! And for me, this trek was just faith.. I am in no way the fittest, strongest or the bravest of the people who head for this trek but one thing I have is the willpower and an attitude that says never give up and … Read More about 14 days of Everest Base Camp: Pages From My Travel Journal II
There is a real world and a mountain world and I have existed in both. In the mountain world, we play different roles and it tests us in our weakest moments and bares our souls even to strangers. We feel a strange connection with people we may never meet again in life but while we exist … Read More about 14 days of Everest Base Camp: Pages From My Travel Journal I
I am in love with the mountains and that’s no secret. Why wouldn’t I be? If you have been so up close and personal with them, you cannot deny their magnificence and sheer beauty that surrounds them, you cannot ignore them. You may not agree with me but then you haven’t experienced it to know. … Read More about 8 Reasons Why Climbing Mountains Can Enrich Your Life
History is filled with stories which never got told, however, I promise you this one will not be it. Ok, cut to the chase and drama, here is my story of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Mountains have always inspired me and after the EBC Trek (Everest Base camp) it was time for my new adventure and it was … Read More about 7 Days And 6 Nights Of Climbing Kilimanjaro- Rongai Route
Did you know? An average Britisher has visited seven countries outside of the UK in his or her life. And 86% of Indian households never take a trip. And by that standard, I am considered a globetrotter in my circle and by my readers. However, when I started putting down my travel stories in Tripadvisor … Read More about Scratching The Map One Place At A Time: My Travel Map
Sometimes you are inspired, sometimes you just react based on impulse. In one such fleeting moment and inspired by my beautiful Iceland trek, I agreed to attempt the #OxfamTrailwalker this year along with three other women Leena Shoor, Radhika Balakrishnan, and Meera Prashant, women I didn’t know at all before this. While the task of 100 … Read More about 100 Kms Of OXFAM Trailwalker- Beyond Physical Limits!!
There are ample of ways to keep oneself fit, but the best way is to shed some sweat and take a nice long run! As some of you know I am a fitness junkie and this is one of the reasons why I love to run. However, I am still to make that leap from … Read More about Top 10 Half Marathons That Every Runner Should Go For
The idea popped into my head when a few years back, still in my thirties, I read this lovely post by Meryl Streep on turning forty. I decided I will write one too to mark my fortieth(warning, the post is not a copy, doesn’t claim to be as brilliant but is just an unedited page … Read More about Turning Forty
Winning the best fitness and wellness blogger award at the #OrangeFlowerFestival2020 by @WomensWeb was a wonderful moment and a big achievement.