People in most parts of India seems to suffer from amnesia a lot. In any altercation, they keep repeating, “Do you know who I am?”
People in New Delhi OTOH seem to be orphans. In any altercation, they keep repeating, “Do you know who my father is?”
One successful trip the Sunday prior and ’twas time for another. This time in the opposite direction towards Sriharikota, more specifically to Pulicat Lake. I planned this more as a trial run, since there are 2 main attractions – the lake and the bird sanctuary. October-March is the season for bird migration, so this was going to be a dry run. Besides, I was getting a tad bored of heading south from Chennai on East Coast Road (ECR) or Old Mahabalipuram Road (OMR).
And the so I came up with the master plan as usual… Continue reading Wolf Riders: Pulicat Lake, Tamil Nadu
Since the previous post at the end of the year, I started getting a bit more active w/ photography. Nothing really creative or artistic; just keeping a camera around and taking pictures whenever I was hanging out with friends for weekly dinners and the like. Yeah, lots of pix one wouldn’t give a second glance to. I did manage an occasional decent candid, mostly portraiture.
A back injury in the last week of May rendered me bed ridden for about a month. Riding the motorcycle was out for another month after. I found myself definitely ruled out of a trip to Ladakh in July, not that my workload wouldn’t have already done it for me. Being stuck in bed and prohibited from getting out and about just made me want to do it more. So after physiotherapy and another month of back rehab, I was able to ride once again. And it was time to plan a trip, albeit a short one. There aren’t a lot of good roads around Chennai. Usually, one has to head south towards Mahabalipuram / Pondicherry.
Scouring the web, I found Tiger Cave. I recalled seeing signs for it Continue reading Wolf Riders: Tiger Cave near Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu