Big Bend is tough, rugged, diverse, mostly untouched, a bit intimidating, yet inviting, hosting a variety of wildlife and lets you escape from routine to the experiences of lifetime
The Austin Lantern Festival happened to be one of those magical experiences in life where thousands of Austinites gathered together to enjoy the sky lit up with thousands of lanterns, slowly hovering over you and then gliding slowly up towards the sky, creating this miniature galaxy of lights.
An email from Fred triggered my curiosity to attend the hot air balloon festival at Kyle. I had been hearing about hot air balloon festivals from friends in Austin and wanted to have the first-hand experience. Few friends even scared…
Have you ever been a tourist in your own city? Looks difficult, but it’s not that hard as well. I guess it’s only the mindset, it’s the shift in outlook that matters.
Some photos tell stories, while few might be give you goosebumps. They might be inspiring or might take you back into memory lanes and make you nostalgic. Nevertheless, they can express every possible emotion and reveal lot of things.
The hilly geography, along with the Colorado river and sporadic rain pattern has created these creeks passing through the rocky hills all around Austin. A typical Austin hike is always a hike around some creek and Bull Creek was no exception to that fact.
The priciest or rather priceless novelty in today time is nothing but “TIME” and people here seem to have ample of it. The time stands still for a while and savouring the spicy meal with the taste of homemade masala’s makes you feel lethargic and pampered.
Living momentarily in a small town, getting close to farmlands and seeing the cattle from close was real fun
Spring stands for regeneration, brightness, fun and festive atmosphere. The trees wear new leaves and blossom with colourful flowers. The grey patches along the green mountains start getting green again. A lot of blues, yellows, orange and red are sprinkled along the greenery across parks, highways and lawns.
The Austiner’s have wholeheartedly embraced this rare and interesting restaurant and appreciate its not so typical Indian dishes which range from Mumbai’s Vada Pav to Malvan’s Tesree Masala and from Zunka Bhakri to Vindaloo