The Year That Was 2011

The Year That Was 2011
Another year. Another set of to-dos. And a time to look back and take stock …
Yes, I know I am late to do this post but by only a few days and since I am travelling, I can be excused. 😛

Sometimes we travel to too many places and at times we don’t have enough.
The year 2011 started in the Philippines. We celebrated our Christmas & new year in that country. Besides the capital Manila, we could explore some part of it but Batad was a place which left mark on my life. … Read the rest

Bamboosa at Lavasa

One of the main attractions of Lavasa is Bamboosa. As the name suggests, it is about bamboo which is nurtured in Lavasa’s Bamboo forests. Lavasa Corporation employs local people and artisans to craft bamboo products. The idea of having the factory and the showroom at the same place is good as we get to see what actually goes into making all these works of arts.

bamboosa @lemonicks.com

A wrist watch in the making.

They have a … Read the rest

Lavasa at night

Night photography requires special equipment and a steady hand. I had neither.

Right. On my casual trip to Lavasa, I was carrying a not so fancy camera and was so excited with meeting other people that I was almost running like a small pup whose owners have come back home. You get the picture. 🙂
Still I could not resist myself from clicking a few shots when I saw those colorful reflections of light on Lavasa lake.

Have a look.

Lavasa at night @lemonicks.com

Lavasa lake.Read the rest

The Lavasa Women’s Drive

When I received an invitation to attendLavasa Women’s Drive’ event and review the Lavasa experience, I took it as an opportunity to celebrate the spirit of modern woman in true sense… to extend my support to the cause, to air my views to this world, to meet other wonderful people and of course to explore the so called ‘European’ town Lavasa.

My day started quite early before dawn as if I was to catch a morning flight. Not a very difficult task. It being a Sunday, V offered to drop me at the venue Bandra Reclamation, which … Read the rest