This blog started off as a travel blog. It was meant to be about real travels — i.e. in meatspace. It still is a travel blog, in a way, except that it now travels in thoughtspace.


It was a weekend of opening up your mind to all that you had forgotten. A reminder of life around you and beyond the limits that were created without you ever realising it. And while you may have experienced something similar before, you need to do it often — to remind yourself, so that the limits of your world are constantly expanding.

And you are aware of the expanse of the world that you really live in.

Always good to go home, even if, for just 24 hours. Even if you drive 783 kms to get there and back, all in a span of 36 hours.

Always good.


9 thoughts on “783

  1. the words ‘travel’ and ‘home’ reminded me of this quote in particular, “A man travels the world in search of what he needs and returns home to find it”. Travelling is always good. In the course, you get a new direction.


  2. i am travelling currently. and there are questions in my mind about where we belong. and what are the qualifiers. perhaps not every one of us will ever be lucky enough to so that much for 24 hours of home.


  3. @Bhumika:
    You got that right (wherever you got that from)! Travel is always good to clear the head.

    Roots. That’s the Q. Funny, that we tend to *move* to search for them. 🙂


  4. I could so relate to this post. Incidentally Soul Stirring my 1st blog too was intended as a travel blog. I love the way u expressed about your blog… “Travel blog, in a way, except that it now travels in thoughtspace.”

    May you explore many more Happy Journies 🙂

    Cheers !


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