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Charukesi Ramadurai's Itchy Feet

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My stay at lebua Corbett - Itchy Feet
My stay at lebua Corbett - Itchy Feet
My first experience with the lebua league of hospitality was at Lucknow a couple of years ago. I was so impressed that when I heard about their new property in Corbett, I couldn’t wait to visit...
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Corbett Calling - Itchy Feet
Corbett Calling - Itchy Feet
The forest was surprisingly quiet early in the morning, devoid of even the melodious chorus of birdsong that usually reverberates in the air. Dozens of chital (spotted deer) were grazing in companiona...
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Vegging it out in Goa - Itchy Feet
Vegging it out in Goa - Itchy Feet
On all my earlier trips to Goa, my experience with food could have only been described as basic, sustenance level. What about Goa’s famous Portuguese flavours and fresh seafood, you ask? As a v...
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Smell the coffee in Coorg - Itchy Feet
Smell the coffee in Coorg - Itchy Feet
When you think it is time to stop and smell the coffee, then you know it is time to head to Coorg. Officially known as Kodagu, Coorg lies in the heart of coffee country, indeed in the area where coffe...
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A morning at Boudhanath - Itchy Feet
A morning at Boudhanath - Itchy Feet
Boudhanath is a beehive of activity when I walk in through the gates early in the morning. It is too early for me. But Boudha, as it is known locally, has been awake for a while. Monks in maroon robes...
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My food odyssey at Suryagarh - Itchy Feet
My food odyssey at Suryagarh - Itchy Feet
Continued from my earlier post on the Suryagrah experience… As George Bernard Shaw famously said, “There is no sincerer love than the love of food.” And at Suryagrah, one of the most...
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