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Happiness, Travelogues

Home Away From Home At Kaas Plateau: Valley Of Flowers

As the monsoon started settling down a little and my mom started counting down her 50th birthday, all I could feel was to take her out for a trip. She has always been a dreamer, a person who loves being at peace and enjoy moments alone. And as I scrolled through Instagram, I thought why not, Kaas plateau. One of Maharashtra’s most unusual landscapes; Kaas plateau is enveloped in flowers of various kinds four months every year. With waterfalls everywhere, clouds trailing around you and lush green plants singing the melodies of the crisp weather; Kaas plateau is a delight …

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Hello, guys, Welcome to Cheryl Rambles! “I am Cheryl John; a quirky storyteller celebrating life exploring the Indian culture, hogging on food and playing with pots and pans while cooking something scrumptious for the family and friends.” You can even call me a keen writer by proffession, a travel bug by passion and even a cook as most of my cousins call me. In love with everything around me, I live my life as a freelance Content Provider and a Creative Content writer, dotting her dreams and turning them into reality while tossing a green salad and making sure the …

Happiness, Travelogues

Reminiscence From The Uttar Pradesh Travel Writers’ Conclave 2016- UP Tourism

It’s a big bittersweet day for me here at Cheryl Rambles. Travelling is about exploring new places, making memories, turning the world around for yourself and what not. But today, I miss this one soul quenching place that I went to some time back. I miss the spiritually wealthy and aghast state of our country; Uttar Pradesh. It was the Uttar Pradesh Travel Writers Conclave 2016 that took me to the ecstatic state of colours, charms, prayers, poise and vine love stories. As excited as I am for my next adventure to unfold, there is this state that is surely calling me back, …

Happiness, Travelogues

Travel Diary: My Diu Sojourn

There is nothing as liberating as an unplanned trip, and the best way to experience all of it is by road. Undoubtedly, the best memories are made when you are traveling by road, and you meet a lot of people, and of course, you get something to tick off your bucket list too.  While you might have always heard of the names, Daman and Diu together, they are 650 km apart from each other. Diu is very unlike India’s beach destinations. Tussling waves, quiet beaches and a small island linked by a bridge to Gujarat is what makes it different from the other “summer by the …

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