LONELYTREKS


I have always believed that to travel is to discover.  You discover new places, new people, their culture, way of life and in the process, discover yourself.  In fact, travelling is a school that teaches you so
much.  I am fortunate that I grew up in an environment that gave me an opportunity to indulge in outdoor activities right from my childhood.   Therefore Travelling, trekking, camping,
fishing, photography, bird watching and scores of similar outdoor activities have become a passion with me since a very long time.  I feel very fortunate to have been born in a beautiful country like India, with so much diversity in people, their culture, region,
religion, language, food habits, dressing and what not. A person can keep on travelling throughout the length and breadth of the country all his life, but there would still be left out so much to see of this beautiful country.  Once the travel bug has bitten
you, one cannot stop venturing out more and more often. I feel an uncontrollable urge to travel and explore more often; unfortunately, due to various family and professional commitments, this is better said than done; and very often feel as if my hands and feet
are fettered.  Nevertheless, whenever the opportunity beckons and off course with permission from my better half, I leave for the destination which sometimes are known but most of the times unknown, to experience and explore the beautiful
and mesmerizing places and people; try to capture some of those moments with my camera, albeit not very effectively.  There is so much to see and so much to explore.  Then back to the hustle and bustle of a busy life.  But tomorrow is another day, and
I am sure it will beckon me to follow the known and the untrodden path.   There is so much to explore and behold in this beautiful green planet, the third planet from the Sun.