Where Color Pink Rules: Memoirs from African Savannah – Part 3

My second stop in Kenya safari was at Lake Nakuru. I said good-bye to River Ewaso Ng'iro, the birds and trees (I believe they sense our emotions) and the friendly staff at Larsen’s Camp in Samburu. On a chilly morning, after a quick breakfast, I started the 7 hour drive to Lake Nakuru. As I … Continue reading Where Color Pink Rules: Memoirs from African Savannah – Part 3

6 Ballygunge, Down the culinary memory lane

6 Ballygunge, restaurant serving authentic Bengali food, was recommended by several friends and my husband. I was in Kolkata for a day, couldn't resist the temptation to stop by. The decor is unique, the chairs and some walls of the old kolkata house are adorned with paintings of Bengali men and women. Some walls have … Continue reading 6 Ballygunge, Down the culinary memory lane

Memoirs from African Savannah – Part 2

Samburu Calling: Day 2 There’s absolutely nothing more wonderful than waking up to a beautiful morning in the woods. The sky was painted with hues of orange. The sun was peeping behind the trees. The muddy waters of the river had taken a smooth silvery tint in the morning light. The air was filled with … Continue reading Memoirs from African Savannah – Part 2

Memoirs from African Savannah – Part 1

I first heard about Masai Mara more than a decade back from a wild life enthusiast. Since then, I have been dreaming of going to the African jungles. But, I couldn’t convince anyone – neither my family nor friends – for traveling to Africa. Since I wasn’t keen to go with Travel Groups, it kept … Continue reading Memoirs from African Savannah – Part 1