Monthly Archives: June 2021

Garappata Beach, Chameleon of Beaches

Today, we get to experience Summer that is truly us. For a moment nothing else matters except him, her, me and the beach we love. In my native tongue, Garappata means tick or parasite. First verbal reaction, “Eeew,” followed by … Continue reading

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Big Sur Amazing Happened

What would we do when all we have is now? Do we wait for amazing to happen ? Or we make amazing happen? Wednesday, we woke up late but the day was too beautiful to waste. So we hurriedly had … Continue reading

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“I’m Vaccinated,” So What?

“Sir, please put on your mask. Do you have any symptoms of COVID like fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, loss of taste and smell, vomiting and diarrhea? Have you been sick or exposed to COVID the past 14 days? … Continue reading

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Lone Bunker by the Sea

A lone Bunker sits strong and proud facing the sea. It withstood war, storms, even the near apocalypse. It witnessed many stories but never told a soul. It doesn’t complain. It’s just quiet, listening, observing, non-judging, too trusting. It welcomes … Continue reading

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Off The Grid Summer

The best Summer is discovering something no one else has. The best adventure is finding something beautiful that is just ours. Celebrating our First Days of Summer with the familiar and the favorites. First adventure destination is just off Carmel … Continue reading

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Strawberry Picking Back in California Post Markedly Reduced Covid Pandemic

Signs of normalcy more than a year of COVID-19 Pandemic No-No Rules and Restrictions are back in California. How do I know that? Well, we can pick strawberries now without masks and with our bare hands. Of course, ideally it’s … Continue reading

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4 Mile Beach of Anti-Stress

First visit was for me. Second visit was for us. Both, a beautiful thrilling Nature revelation that is special and personal. Who can ever forget their first time…in everything? Who would have taught second time is just as good and … Continue reading

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