We want to share with you some of the interesting things we have read over the week. Some nice articles inspiring enough for you to start the next vacation. A video of fellow travellers we have loved seeing and want you to experience.
Travel + Olio = Travelolio, this is a potpourri of travel trivia around the world. For your reading on a lazy Sunday morning, every week.
Hope you would love it the way we loved reading/watching them.
A for Aoshima and C for Cat!
Aoshima, a small unknown island in Japan has become topic of interest during this week. Not for its 60 odd human beings who reside there. It is because of the feline population which has overshot the resident population by 1:6. You see them everywhere. Read all about “Aoshima – The Cat island” in this stunning story in “The Atlantic” magazine
Spirit @ age of 60
What do you do to celebrate your sixtieth birthday and a new marriage? A party with friends? Not for Joyce Maynard who goes for gruelling hike New Hampshire’s White Mountains. This is the pick of the month by Nat Geo’s editors – “Peak Experience – New Hampshire’s White Mountains”
Give your children the gift of travel
Many of are reluctant to travel with kids. Melanie Gow reflects on how travelling gave her the gift of watching her sons turn into men. And the kind of men she could be proud of. Here is her short essay on “How travel helps your kids become adults they want to be”
Tips of the week
This is for all the shutter bugs. Some more Tips from experts on clicking your best travel photos. Keep clicking!
India travel stories from others
Umang Trivedi goes to Chikmagalur and come back refreshed. Read all about his “Visit to Coffee country” here. If you want more information on Chikmagalur check out our “Chikmagalur – A Monsoon drive in Western Ghats”
Picture of the week – White & Woolly in Kashmir
Forget Iceland. Forget New Zealnad. Look at closer home. Kashmir is stunningly beautiful in winter. Check out this pictorial in Outlook titled “White and Woolly in Kashmir” Don’t forget to click on the pictures to see them in larger size.
Video of the week – The Himalayas from 20,000 feet!
We love Outside Magazine and its lovely website. We chanced upon this stunning video of Himalayas – The Himalayas from 20,000 feet . We just could not resist sharing with you all.
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