The Old Man of Stoer

The amazing, exciting and the stunning – The Old Man of Stoer, in Sutherland, Northern Scotland, UK

Thin like a Sharp Edge, from Lake District – it does make you feel that thrill in that walk on the edge.

To make it even more enthralling – you can see the 360 and the vertigo that can give you further excitement

& to those who like to see it further more closer and in 92Mpx -> Here

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Himalayan Classics

Travel in the heights of Himalayas brings that freshness what other places never could and never would. Being an Indian there was always an advantage to go places where others would preferably not be willing to go. Sometimes it all feels there was a meaning behind these places and journeys in life.

More so, life was not all about being worries or hassles of reaching success but just a simple moment to enjoy wherever and whenever.

Motorcycling Memories from Great Indian Himalayas

Inspired by Walter from his last mention on the blog post – I could not stop myself from sharing some of those memories gathered in past rides over the most beautiful and very challenging terrain of himalayas.
Some of them were lone rides, some of them were with friends and some of them were just made to escape the monotonous build up of daily routines.Hope you enjoy and like the following pics. 

Things we miss in life are not counted by how fast you can ride but depends where all you can go where the money does not count.Living to my way life has a meaning. It is precious and beautiful to enjoy the beauty of nature while not forgetting we all are part of our nature.Once upon a time :

German, Indian & Japanese on a road trip in Britain

Nice to know and find little places which have very interesting names. Beer, for instance only rings one bell in everyone’s mind. Alcohol drink but wait, there’s a place called Beer. Ah, yes it is.

I had a sudden plan and she said “Yes” for our road trip. A German with a non european rather Indian on two wheels which are again non european rather Japanese engine riding in Britain sounds interesting. Just a matter of how many clauses and combinations you may want to add in here.

Its her first motorbike ride, mine countless – we are just going to plan the thing as it comes but we have got few things in head. A final destination which shall see us relaxing by the beach taking long exposure shots and if things goes well – we will do one more of such a trip soon.

I wont be disclosing the complete location of it till I visit it and write about it.

But for those who caught my hints on the FB, here’s the full hint. Ferry ride details soon after the ride.