What: An endearing scene in Chunar (near Varanasi) – they seem to be watching over each other
Where: Uttar Pradesh, India
When: September 2012
Photo credit: Madhura K
Camera: Samsung SIII (phone)
What: Orange blossoms peeping through the thick blanket of mist in Wayanad
Where: Kerala, India
When: September 2011
Photo credit: Amrita S
Camera: Nikon D90
Traveller’s tale: The photograph at first glance looks like a shot gone bad. But, the thick mist enveloping these woods couldn’t completely hide the bright orange flowers on this tree.
What: A large mural depicting the life & times of the Buddha
Where: Colombo, Sri Lanka
When: May 2011
Photo credit: Poonam C
Camera: Sony DSC-T10
Traveller’s tale: During the days preceding the birthday of Lord Buddha (Vesak/ Buddha Poornima) and after, we saw these huge temporary murals and lanterns all across Sri Lanka. They carried images depicting his life, his teachings and messages of peace.
What: Khimchi cakes
Where: Seoul, South Korea
When: July 2012
Photo credit: Rimi D
Camera: Canon Ixus 130
Traveller’s tale: The traditional Korean dish made of fermented cabbage and other vegetables was one of the few vegetarian dishes available and was simply yum!
Trivia: Khimchi is one of South Korea’s national dish. The phrase (& post title) ‘In deep khimchi’ has an interesting story behind it :)
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