To Vietnam: Epilogue

Great details and am reblogging for myself to read in the future as well as to share with friends…

Sen K Photography

Hi there all,

Recently, I and three of my friends, Manas, Ankita and Ritwik, we went to the amazing country of Vietnam. Detailed accounts of the planning, travel, places we visited, food we ate, what we liked, what we didn’t are typed down in the links below:

  1. Prelude
  2. The Planning
  3. Touchdown – Ho Chi Minh City
  4. Ho Chi Minh City and onwards…
  5. Hoi An by the day!
  6. Hoi An by the night!
  7. Hoi An to Hue
  8. Hue
  9. Hue – Imperial Citadel
  10. Hanoi
  11. Ha Long Bay

You can go through each of the above links or find them all at a glance by following this tag: A week in Vietnam.

There are a few things I wanted to add which I felt is necessary to be known to all the travellers who are planning to make the trip:

  • Plan early and plan meticulously. Go through every blog, website, journal and…

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All-Time Favorites is the theme for the final week of the Daily Post’s Photo Challenges. For many photographers this week is nostalgic, as we looked forward to the photo prompts and either went out and took photographs or searched our archives….

Anyway, all good things must come to an end, and this is one of them….

I’m posting one of my favourites. The reason this is a favourite is because this is the first photograph of mine to be exhibited and sold….



Really nice

The Godly Chic Diaries

Don’t be afraid of losing people. Be afraid of losing yourself by trying to please everyone around you!

Are you truly being ‘Who you are? I notice so many people tell us whom we are rather than allowing us to share who we truly are in reality. Slowly, but surely we permit our genuine reality to intertwine with the perception of whom we are thought to be. We believe that we have full authority of our lives, but yet, the people and thoughts around us seem to carry more power upon us than ourselves.

Is it unconventional or wrong to be who you actually are, if you are not “staging” to the perceptions of You? Absolutely NOT! But we are shown that it is wrong. We do not realise that while we stage our lives for others, the waves successfully drift us away and then, we are left with the…

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Hiking Blind

such a beautiful post about overcoming odds…. it is so inspiring…

Stories From the Edge of Blindness

A friend recently asked me how I manage hiking with limited vision.  I have actually been thinking about writing a post about this since I started hiking again. I thought it might be something other people wondered about as well.  How the hell can a blind woman go hiking?  You have to remember, I am blind but I can see.  It is probably less confusing if I refer to myself as VI (visually impaired), but I am legally blind.

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Five Things That Are Better Done The Retrospective Way

really thoughtfully written

Little Joy Affair

Hello Everyone,

Welcome to another blog post: Five Things That Are Better Done The Retrospective Way where I will talk about some backdated approach to do things which I believe can be done better that way. Those of you who have been following my blog must be already aware that I was not blogging for few months. When I was back, I was totally rusty. There was an alienated feeling when I started using this platform to write my post. So, I decided to write my blog post on a piece of paper.

arohii, retrospective way, writing, little joy affair

After my slow writing speed, spelling mistakes, and grammatical errors, I humbly quit the idea and returned back to my laptop. I was missing autocorrect, oh yes! I am so used to it. The Damage has been done, dear friends. I remember how we used to write everything on a piece of paper. It is inevitable to avoid…

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