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After The Rains Resort
Happiness, Hippie Tales, My Heart Rambles

After The Rains Resort; Of Peaceful Evenings, Lush Green Valleys & Spectacular Views

What do you think of when you think of peace? A cold breeze, an old little book to read or a place with eternal dense green trees marking the horizon? Peace, as the dictionary proclaims, is a feeling of freedom, of tranquility, unmatched calmness and quietude. It is the feeling where the war in your head dies with a gentle wisp of air and rests in the beauty of nature. Such was the feeling when I stood atop the balcony of my cottage facing the western ghat mountain ranges of the Nilgiri. It was a quaint little cottage, but the views …

Holipura Village Chambal
Happiness, Hippie Tales

Through My Soulful Lens: Holipura Village Visit Around Chambal

  What comes to your mind, when you first think of Chambal? Do you think about Phoolan Devi or Paan Singh Tomar? I know even the name ‘Chambal’ creates a fear in our mind but the time has changed. The ravines of the Chambal village no longer house the famous dacoits. The ravines of Chambal (Madhya Pradesh’s Morena and Uttar Pradesh’s Bundalkhand) might definitely be a house to a thousand folklores once upon a time, the ones that are mostly narrated by our grannies in an attempt to threaten us but the village holds much more than what we’ve always …

Kaas plateau
Happiness, Hippie Tales

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 …

About

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 my family and friends.” You can even call me a keen writer by profession, a cook as most of my cousins call me and even a travel bug by passion. 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, Hippie Tales

Hampi is magical! You must go to Hampi!

Hampi. Let me admit this, being a North Indian girl and living in Madhya Pradesh all my life, the first time when I went through the pictures of this region, I found them pretty sober and somewhere close to Mandav. I decided that I would rather travel way past Kerala and visit the tea plantations or maybe take a river cruise. Well, after a lot of thought, I somehow settled my mind for Goa and then to Hampi. Hampi; as I heard from a lot of people is a hippie paradise; an unexpected place with really jagged rocks, rice paddy fields, …

Hippie Tales

Panchgani, Maharashtra: My Tryst With Clouds & Heights

I am a sucker for all things fluffy. Yes! You may call me a girl who will most likely believe fluffy unicorns exist. And if you guide me to a place where I can find one, I will gladly pack my bags and move. Leaving jokes aside, what will you call vacationing on a hill station like? An invigorating climate that makes you feel like flying the top of the world? Or a feeling where you wish to roar like a tigress, taming life? Or just a normal trip where you get to add on tons of warm clothes and …

Happiness, On My Plate

On My Plate: Pattaya Street Food

Life is meant to enjoy and eating is one of the life’s greatest pleasures. People in Pattaya are all about appetite and so you’ll find food everywhere. 24 hours a day, even if you get up as early as 6 in the morning, you will find street shop vendors prepping and packing food for people who are leaving for work. They have an early breakfast habit. Not just this, but you’ll get scrumptious food on a satay stick for as little as 5 Baht (i.e. Rs. 10.) Now if you are a foodie like me and you love to experiment …

Hippie Tales

Singapore: My 3 Days Itinerary

The Lion City or the Garden City, Singapore is one of the most prominent tourist destination in South- East Asia. And if you are thinking going that far for 3 or 4 days won’t be enough, you need to give this piece a read. So, If you are looking for a short holiday, and you don’t want to end up feeling sad about booking flights to an island somewhere in the Arabian Sea or even a cheap holiday destination right here in India, look no further as Singapore- the dynamic country/ state/ city is just a short flight away. The …

Happiness, Hippie Tales

Exploring The Ruins Of Mandu: The Heritage Paradise Of Central India

A cold night, right after the first summer shower while I sipped the first coffee of the season, I stumbled across memories from this beautiful place 95 kms away from Indore. I scrolled through the pictures on my laptop, and I was struck. I wanted to go beyond the known places, places where my imagination runs wild and weaves history.  Fading colours, dusty floors, lush green surroundings, broken windows, musty smell and lost stories; these are all the things that wait for you at the historic grandeur of this Malwa region.  It was a sudden decision to drive there early in the morning. …

Happiness, Hippie Tales

11 Offbeat Travel Destinations In India: Because Goa Is Too Mainstream

India: the land of beautiful destinations, some even hidden for the ones who feel they have travelled everywhere and seen everything has a lot of places left to be explored. If you are one of those fearless travellers looking for destinations that are unknown and are far from the reach of your general tourist trail, read on. In this list, you’ll find dazzling sanctuaries, hidden monasteries, magnetic hills and even a lake that is strewn about with skeletons. These might be far from our reach and difficult to go to but are worth every effort. Not to forget, a perfect fit …

Happiness, Hippie Tales

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, …

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