The Drive-In Beach: Muzhappilangad, Kerela
Road Trip to Ooty
Solo ride South West India, NYE 2016
All along the eternal sea
My Travel Year 2015
More often than not I took on these trips only to RIDE along, the motive was not to visit the place but to RIDE to, pushing my boundaries from doing a 400 KM to 1500 KM trip distances and the complete calendar looks like this 31st Dec - 2nd Jan: Roadtrip to Goa from Hyderabad: 1400 KMs 24th Jan - 26th Jan: Roadtrip to Mangalore, Malpe & Gokarna from Bangalore: 1250 KMs 12th Feb - 15th Feb: Solo Biketrip to Tirumala from Bangalore: 820 KMs 21st Feb - 22nd Feb: Roadtrip to Muzhappilangad, Ooty from Bangalore: 800 KMs *13th March: Solo Roadtrip to Hyderabad from Bangalore: 500 KMs in 4:30 Hrs of pure Adrenaline 3rd Apr - 5th Apr: Solo Biketrip to Varakala from Bangalore: 1472 KMs (When I look back at this I get overwhelmed with amazement that I think I must have been crazy to ride 700 KM in 8 Hrs all alone during a mid day hot sun thru TamilNadu, the effect of which is captured in a photograph here) 18th Apr: Solo Biketrip to Horsley Hills from Bangalore: 300 KMs 1st May - 3rd May: Solo Biketrip to Kodaikanal, Topslip from Bangalore: 1140 KMs 7th June: Explored Mumbai after moving to the City 19th July: Solo Biketrip to Jaipur: 450 KMs August: Explored Delhi after moving to the City September: Could not take trips as I got sick and pretty much occupied with F1 weekends (no trips on F1 weekends) 3rd Oct - 4th Oct: Solo Biketrip to Shimla: 760 KMs November: Could not take trips coz of the Cold in the North 5th Dec - 6th Dec: Biketrip to Daman from Mumbai: 400 KMs Wanted to conclude my year end with a trip to Kasol/Manali but it did not pass off....
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Travelling a little outside the town, you could spend time on the beaches of Muzhappilangad which unfortunately will be crowded, but if you are up for some walking, walk down to Dharmadam Island where you will be greeted by the unusual sight of the communist hammer and sickle mounted on an island in the middle of the sea!!...