Learn to shoot some creative photographs with Phone Camera of Huawei P9

Have you ever read an article talking about ways to use mobile camera? Probably some fancy ideas which need extra stuff along with camera to achieve special effects. It sounded crazy when occurred to me about sharing how I used the camera in new Huawei P9 . But, why I chose to write about it? Because it has lot more than other phone cameras and does things quite well. If you don't know, this camera has dual lenses which are designed in collaboration with Leica.Should I share about all modes or should I start with examples of photographs clicked with camera? I though later would make more sense. This would give you an idea what kind of photographs can be achieved with this camera and then understand how.1. Beautiful waterfalls, with motion being shown in photograph. (What you achieve with slow shutter speed in your DSLR cameras). Look at the photograph below and notice smooth flow of water and then read about the trick which is explained just below the photograph.Panchpula waterfalls around #Dalhousie #himachal #hills #himalayas #sky #clouds #cow #instamoment #instagood #instamood #instalike #instamoment #igers_india #igersoftheday #igers #ttot #Travelgram #travellingcamera #instatravel #instajourney #trees #meadow #green #colorful #travel #travelblogger A photo posted by Vj Sharma (@travellingcamera) on Aug 22, 2016 at 7:25pm PDTIf you click the photograph with standard phone camera, you would see drops of water and a frozen moment of water. It would not give you a feel of flow. In above photograph, you see water flowing and this is usually achieved with slow shutter speed in DSLRs. Huawei P9 has a camera mode Light Painting. And there are few sub modes - Silky Water, Light Graffiti, Tail Lights and Star Track. Above photograph was clicked with Silky Water. There is one recommendation to click using any of these modes. Please put the phone on tripod or place it on a surface which makes it sturdy.2. Photographs with rich details - HDR (High Dynamic Range)Without saying much, Huawei camera has a HDR mode which captures intense scene with rich details. You would see good details in shadows as well as highlights.3. Photographs with shallow Depth of field - Photographs with blurred background.This is one of the most fancier styles of clicking photographs, wherein main subject is in focus and rest of the frame is blurred. Look at 3 photographs below and see if you like this effect. It can achieved by entering into Depth of Field control on camera screen.4. Be fearless while shooting on the go - Photographing while traveling in a car or any other vehicle.This sunset photograph below is clicked from moving car and you can see that it's quite sharp. Although there is some blur on left bottom but that can't be avoided. Such blur would come for things closer to you. That's why you don't see any blur in hills.5. Time Lapse Video can bring more fun to trips :)Just watch the video and you would know what time-lapse video is. Again the tip is to put camera on tripod. As you see, this video is shaky as it was shot handheld.6. Horizontal and Vertical PanoramasMaking Panorama is not a big deal with phone cameras, but making these correctly is tricky. It's an intelligent attempt by phones to stitch different views. And it's special when you get option to make vertical panoramas, like one you see below.With this phone camera you can also click beautiful monochrome photographs, which you would see in one of the future Photo Journeys soon.Other popular modes in Huawei P9 camera are - Beauty, Beauty video, Night Shot, Slow Motion videos, Watermarking, Audio note and scanning capabilities for documents.Professional mode of this camera allows you to control ISO, Shutter speed, EV, AF , metering modes and white balance. And I would skip lot of other options available in camera mode of this phone. Just try yourself and feel free to drop a comment if you have any specific question.Here is another example of shallow Depth of Field.Can you guess the lens and camera used to click this photograph? Give it a try. #instamoment #instagood #instamood #instalike #Travelgram #traveladdict #ttot #travel #oo #clickedwithp9 #huawei #travellingcamera #delhidiaries #Delhi #igers_india #igersoftheday #music #piano #musician #color #colorful #bokeh

Have you ever read an article talking about ways to use mobile camera? Probably some fancy ideas which need extra stuff along with camera to achieve special effects. It sounded crazy when occurred to me about sharing how I used the camera in new Huawei P9. But, why I chose to write about it? Because it has lot more than other phone cameras and does things quite well. If you don't know, this camera has dual lenses which are designed in collaboration with Leica.

The Time-Turner Series – Losing Myself to the Haunting Memories of Scottish Highlands

Random Shots from Scottish Highlands.Red roof cottage at Torridon. This is perhaps the most photographed cottage in Scotland owing to its picturesque location next to Loch Sheildaig. I couldn't do any better than this with my little point-and-shoot and the bad lighting. Perhaps a better photographer could've fared better. Click here to see other more impressive images of the cottage. A tiny boat at the Applecross Inn at Applecross. Even if the landscape was dull, such little colorful objects are always around to add some character. Some pet sheep and deer. We seem to have caught the attention of some deer. :) A wild stream running through the untamed landscape covered with the purple heather and other bog vegetation. There are many such streams in Scotland. Rocky hillocks rising out of the bog. This place seems straight out of a fairytale. I came across so many places where I felt like setting up a cottage and settling down for the rest of my life. Remember when I said that wild streams are very common in this landscape. Well, here's the proof. :) Who else finds this sign funny? I do...And this is the cliff they were talking about in the sign before. One misstep will lead to certain death. But it is beautiful, nevertheless. And a perfect place to sit and take it all in. I wanted to be left alone here. However, I know I wouldn't be able to survive a night in the open in this weather. It was so wet and cold. Heather, moss, and cliffs. A typical view in the Scottish Highlands. I have no words to describe the place. Majestic, pristine, beautiful enough to bring tears to your eyes. A place where I would like to be laid to rest where I can be one with the elements.Scottish Highlands, Scotland, Isle of Skye, Heather, Bog, peat

This weekend we happened to be driving through Himachal Pradesh from Naina Devi to Hamirpur. Driving through the Bhakra Nangal Dam, we drove a good 3 hours alongside Govind Sagar through dense green forest. Interspersed with calls of myriad birds while a light rain sprinkled our windscreen, the drive was peaceful and because there was hardly any traffic on the route, it was distraction free.

Gateway of India - The most visited place in Mumbai, India

Few weeks back I was in Mumbai for 2 days and had great company to explore this beautiful town in monsoons. This Photo Journey shares about Gateway of India, which is one of the most visited places in Mumbai and things to do around it. Gateway of India is surrounded by some of the best architectures in Mumbai and few popular restaurants & cafes.And if you are visiting Gateway of India, it makes sense to also know about other interesting things to do around it. So this post also talks about main things to do around Gateway of India and the famous Taj Mahal Palace Hotel.Gateway of India is located on waterfront and was built in 20th century. This beautiful architecture is in south Delhi. I was staying near Airport and it took 1.5 hrs to reach Gateway of India from our hotel. This is most visited place in Mumbai city.If you like knowing or photographing architecture, there are some beautiful buildings around Gateway of India. I highly recommend to walk around Gateway of India on foot and explore some of the beautiful buildings around the famous Taj Mahal Palace hotel.There is also a street behind Taj Mahal Palace hotel for people who love to do some shopping. There are lot of kiosks selling artificial jewelry. I didn't do any shopping here, but it seemed that lot of negotiation happens in these street, which is not very surprising.There are lot of beautiful buildings all around. It was my first visit to Mumbai and the city lot of old structures surrounded by high-rise apartments.Here is a photograph of the famous Leopold Cafe & Bar . I am sure you would have heard of this name. If it's getting a little difficult, let me help in reminding that cafe was impacted by terror attack in 2008. I loved these windows. This whole street behind famous Taj Mahala Palace Hotel has beautiful windows. I wish I had more time to observe them in a better way and capture through my Travellingcamera.I know traffic of Mumbai is talked about a lot, but I must say that traffic police does a great job. And most of the drivers are quite disciplined. Lack of these 2 would certainly convert the whole thing into chaos. We drove from Sahar to Colaba in a cab at around 3pm and it took us 1.5 hrs. During evening it may take somewhere around 2.5 hrs to 3 hrs (told by our hotel staff).Above is photograph of famous Taj Mahal Palace Hotel and you can see horse carts in front of it. Tourists can have a tour around this place in these horse carts.When I pointed my camera towards this building, this couple was wondering what am I clicking here. Notice the smile on the face of this boy and girl is looking back to figure out my subject :)Group of photographer friends around Gateway of India. It was time to relax a bit. These guys click photographs of tourists around Gateway of India and hand-over the printouts in few minutes. It's certainly a very tiring job to be on feet all the day, creating beautiful memories for tourists and try best to deliver good quality.

Few weeks back I was in Mumbai for 2 days and had great company to explore this beautiful town in monsoons. This Photo Journey shares about Gateway of India, which is one of the most visited places in Mumbai and things to do around it. Gateway of India is surrounded by some of the best architectures in Mumbai and few popular restaurants & cafes. 

Few weeks back I was in Mumbai for 2 days and had great company to explore this beautiful town in monsoons. This Photo Journey shares about Gateway of India, which is one of the most visited places in Mumbai and things to do around it. Gateway of India is surrounded by some of the best architectures in Mumbai and few popular restaurants & cafes.And if you are visiting Gateway of India, it makes sense to also know about other interesting things to do around it. So this post also talks about main things to do around Gateway of India and the famous Taj Mahal Palace Hotel.Gateway of India is located on waterfront and was built in 20th century. This beautiful architecture is in south Delhi. I was staying near Airport and it took 1.5 hrs to reach Gateway of India from our hotel. This is most visited place in Mumbai city.If you like knowing or photographing architecture, there are some beautiful buildings around Gateway of India. I highly recommend to walk around Gateway of India on foot and explore some of the beautiful buildings around the famous Taj Mahal Palace hotel.There is also a street behind Taj Mahal Palace hotel for people who love to do some shopping. There are lot of kiosks selling artificial jewelry. I didn't do any shopping here, but it seemed that lot of negotiation happens in these street, which is not very surprising.There are lot of beautiful buildings all around. It was my first visit to Mumbai and the city lot of old structures surrounded by high-rise apartments.Here is a photograph of the famous Leopold Cafe & Bar . I am sure you would have heard of this name. If it's getting a little difficult, let me help in reminding that cafe was impacted by terror attack in 2008. I loved these windows. This whole street behind famous Taj Mahala Palace Hotel has beautiful windows. I wish I had more time to observe them in a better way and capture through my Travellingcamera.I know traffic of Mumbai is talked about a lot, but I must say that traffic police does a great job. And most of the drivers are quite disciplined. Lack of these 2 would certainly convert the whole thing into chaos. We drove from Sahar to Colaba in a cab at around 3pm and it took us 1.5 hrs. During evening it may take somewhere around 2.5 hrs to 3 hrs (told by our hotel staff).Above is photograph of famous Taj Mahal Palace Hotel and you can see horse carts in front of it. Tourists can have a tour around this place in these horse carts.When I pointed my camera towards this building, this couple was wondering what am I clicking here. Notice the smile on the face of this boy and girl is looking back to figure out my subject :)Group of photographer friends around Gateway of India. It was time to relax a bit. These guys click photographs of tourists around Gateway of India and hand-over the printouts in few minutes. It's certainly a very tiring job to be on feet all the day, creating beautiful memories for tourists and try best to deliver good quality.

Tour de Trident Bhuwaneshwar through Nishant's Travellingcamera

Tour de Trident Bhuwaneshwar through Nishant's Travellingcamera


During our trip to Odisha, we stayed in Trident Bhubaneshwar. This Photo Journey shares some of the photographs we clicked inside the hotel compound. 

Museum of Tribal Art and Artefact, Bhubaneshwar, Odisha (India)

During our Odisha  trip, we planned to visit Museum of Tribal Art and Artefact. It's a nice place to hang around, see some inspiring art and know the lifestyle of Odisha tribes. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about Museum of Tribal Art and Artefact, how to reach there, what to do, where to eat and what makes this an interesting place to explore in Bhubaneshwar. Museum is open from 10am till 5pm. The gardens around the museum were green due to monsoons and there were lot of paintings all around. There were lot of trees around the place which have nice paintings, as you can see in first photograph of this post.Museum has dresses, ornaments, weapons and household stuff. It's a good place to know about tribals of Odisha - the way they live, what they do, how they celebrate and lot about their lifestyle.There is a canteen in Museum campus where you can enjoy local food of Odisha and we enjoyed it.Musuem is approachable through bus no. 801, which goes pretty close to the museum. Museum is located off National Highway 5. It's located at Gopabandhu nagar.Museum is very well maintained and there is no entry fee. We were not surprised by the fact that UNESCO recognized this museum as best maintained museum in India. There is a small library inside the museum. Please note that museum is closed on Sundays and public holidays.

During our Odisha trip, we planned to visit Museum of Tribal Art and Artefact. It's a nice place to hang around, see some inspiring art and know the lifestyle of Odisha tribes. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about Museum of Tribal Art and Artefact, how to reach there, what to do, where to eat and what makes this an interesting place to explore in Bhubaneshwar. 

During our Odisha  trip, we planned to visit Museum of Tribal Art and Artefact. It's a nice place to hang around, see some inspiring art and know the lifestyle of Odisha tribes. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about Museum of Tribal Art and Artefact, how to reach there, what to do, where to eat and what makes this an interesting place to explore in Bhubaneshwar. Museum is open from 10am till 5pm. The gardens around the museum were green due to monsoons and there were lot of paintings all around. There were lot of trees around the place which have nice paintings, as you can see in first photograph of this post.Museum has dresses, ornaments, weapons and household stuff. It's a good place to know about tribals of Odisha - the way they live, what they do, how they celebrate and lot about their lifestyle.There is a canteen in Museum campus where you can enjoy local food of Odisha and we enjoyed it.Musuem is approachable through bus no. 801, which goes pretty close to the museum. Museum is located off National Highway 5. It's located at Gopabandhu nagar.Museum is very well maintained and there is no entry fee. We were not surprised by the fact that UNESCO recognized this museum as best maintained museum in India. There is a small library inside the museum. Please note that museum is closed on Sundays and public holidays.

Kareri Lake - A beautiful trek around Dhauladhar Mountain Ranges, India


Kareri Lake is a beautiful lake around Dhauladhar Mountain ranges. Fresh water of melting snow from Dhaudhar peaks is source of water in Kareri Lake and that's why you see such a pure & reflective surface in all photographs of this lake. Lake is located 10 kilometers away from Dharmshala. 

Kareri lake is one of the popular trekking destination around Dhauladhars. There is a shiva temple near the lake. Kareri lake is also a base for some of the long & difficult treks into Dhauladhar mountain ranges. There are few treks to Chamba and Bharmaur. 

One carry own tents while hiking to Kareri lake or can also stay in temple compound. There are few gaddi houses around the place. 

One has to visit the place to really appreciate the natural beauty of Dhauladhars and it's lakes.

If you liked this post and found it helpful, I would request you to follow these things when traveling -

- Manage your waste well and don’t litter
- Use dustbins. Tell us if you went to a place and found it hard to locate a dustbin.
- Avoid bottle waters in hills. Usually you get clean water in hills and water bottles create lot of mess in our ecosystem.
- Say big no to plastic and avoid those unhealthy snacks packed in plastic bags. Rather buy fruits.
- Don't play loud blaring music in forests of jungle camps. You are a guest in that ecosystem and disturbing the locals (humans and animals) is not polite 


The Time-Turner Series || Reliving togetherness in emerald-green, rain-soaked Goa

It is Monday and it is time again for our weekly Time-Turner series. This is the series through which we focus on our lingering memories of a trip that we undertook in the past. Monsoon, regular rains, sparkling greenery, all reminded me of the trip to Goa we undertook in August 2013 immediately after our wedding. That being our "honeymoon" we were really looking forward to a romantic getaway. Some of our friends had cautioned us about visiting Goa during the monsoons. It could rain for hours together, it would be humid, the seafood shacks will be closed etc. We decided to take a risk, and what a decision it turned out to be.The first thing we did upon reaching goa was rent a car. Since it wasn't the peak season, we got a really good deal. We got a good WagonR in Rs. 1400 per day. Though I had been driving for years, it was the first time I was driving in a city other than Delhi. I remember I was nervous at first. Roads in Goa are different from the roads in Delhi. Some of them are just a single lane running through fields. Moreover, the road was a few feet higher than the fields and it meant that we would be in trouble if another vehicle approached from the other side. We were lucky that we didn't come across any other vehicle, however someone had tied their buffalo alongside the road and the buffalo had decided to climb up and sit on the road. However, as soon as the animal saw our car approaching, it got up and jumped into the field. We were massively relieved and thankful to the buffalo for its quick thinking.This was also the first time I drove on the "hills". It really isn't fair to call the slight incline that one needs to traverse when travelling to the Manguesh Mahalaxmi temple a "hill", but nevertheless there are curves and steep turns involved. It was thrilling and exciting, and I still look back at that drive and can remember the roadsides that appeared like green blur as we drove across.  Our hotel was located a few minutes from the quiet and peaceful Candolim Beach. On the way to the beach was the market with some very interesting shops and quaint restaurants. We spent many an evening sitting in these restaurants, looking down at the market street below, sipping on chilled beer/feni. Walking through these streets was fun, as was the beach. It was a comparatively quiet beach and we sat there till late in the night, staring, first, at the setting sun and then at the lights from the fishing boats becoming bigger and brighter as they prepared to come home with the catch of the day.The weather was very conducive to our first trip together. At least during the days, it never rained heavily. There were light showers and drizzles that weren't successful in keeping us indoors. It felt like a refreshing spray on our faces as we strolled together on the beach. The constant breeze rustled through the dense vegetation that lined the beach. It was like music. And we were more than happy to dance to its tunes.This is one trip that is so full of adventure and happy memories that we wouldn't mind repeating the exact itinerary. Even though there is a huge part of Goa that we couldn't explore, we never felt the need to pack our trip with day excursions that would leave us too tired to actually enjoy the place and togetherness. And looking back, we are happy about the decisions we made back then.

It is Monday and it is time again for our weekly Time-Turner series. This is the series through which we focus on our lingering memories of a trip that we undertook in the past. Monsoon, regular rains, sparkling greenery, all reminded me of the trip to Goa we undertook in August 2013 immediately after our wedding. That being our "honeymoon" we were really looking forward to a romantic getaway. Some of our friends had cautioned us about visiting Goa during the monsoons. It could rain for hours together, it would be humid, the seafood shacks will be closed etc. We decided to take a risk, and what a decision it turned out to be.

HUAWEI P9 - A Smartphone with dual cameras for Photography enthusiasts

I have been using Huawei Honor phone for last one year and quite happy with it. Recently Huawei launched a very interesting smartphone and I thought of sharing about this phone, which has Lieca powered dual cameras on rear side.It’s a sleek smartphone with 5.2 inch touchscreen with 1080*1920 resolution at 423 PPI. Huawei P9 is using 1.8GHz octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 955 processor and has 3GB RAM. Phone has 32GB internal memory and can be expanded to 256GB. Doesn’t that sound amazing. And wondering how of smartphone users actually upgrade to 100GB+ . Any guesses? And this phone comes with Android 6.Should we talk about camera or ‘Leica Powered lens/camera’ says it all? P9 has a 12MP RGB main sensor accompanied by 12MP monochrome chip. Huawei claims that image info from both sensors makes P9 camera 100% more light-sensitive than conventional smartphone cameras, which would result in superior low light image quality. And because of dual lens, this phone camera is capable of giving much interesting bokeh or depth of field.The camera gives you 27mm focal length and f2.2. Camera has laser assisted AF. And please note that camera shoots DNG Raw and hence you can leverage this capability with apps like Lightroom on Android for dealing with rich light information captured through P9 cameras. There are few manual controls like Shutter-speed, exposure compensation, ISO etc. You can shoot 1080p Full-HD video with this phone. 720p, 120fps slow-motion videos are also possible.Front camera is F2.4, which would give you enough light for selfies.Phone has 3000mAh battery. I am yet to use & evaluate how effective it is.Huawei P9 has a beautiful body which can be easily hold in you hand and used. Volume & power buttons are on right side of the phone. Fingerprint control is on back-side, just below cameras.I have spent a few days with this phone and I find it as a nice choice for folks who love to click right exposure with decent dynamic range in highlights. Getting highlight dynamic range is usually a challenge with phone cameras. In built noise reduction of the phone at high ISO works well. Although you may notice luminance noise at base ISO. I missed image stabilization, but I guess I am getting too greedy and should remember that it’s a smartphone and is available at reasonable price. Please note that Raw mode clicked raw as well as a Jpeg. Good performance and efficient HDR mode.Stay tuned for some interesting Photo Journeys with photographs clicked with Huawei P9 and some tips around Phone Photography.

I have been using Huawei Honor phone for last one year and quite happy with it. Recently Huawei launched a very interesting smartphone and I thought of sharing about this phone, which has Lieca powered dual cameras on rear side.

Giving back to the society || Canon India's new CSR initiative "Support a Life" in partnership with SOS Villages India

It was a regular monsoon day here in NCR and I had just taken an Uber to take me from Noida to Faridabad. I had barely left my sector when it started raining rather heavily. We all know what happens when it rains in the NCR - sheer madness. I had an option - to turn around and go back home. However, I was too excited to see the destination to make this choice. I was headed to the SOS Village that is located in the lap of Aravallis on the Surajkund-Bundelkhand road. For several years now, I have always wanted to visit the establishment and wasn't going to stop now when I had an opportunity and a good enough reason - Kick-off of Canon's new CSR initiative.  Canon recently announced "Support a Life" campaign through which it takes a leap from "Each one teach one" to the concept of each employee personally getting involved in the growth and development of at least one child. Mr. Kazutada Kobayashi, President & CEO, Canon India Pvt. Ltd., was going to be there in person to launch the campaign and to celebrate the Indian Independence Day with the children of the village. A painting competition had already been held in the school prior to the event and the agenda included the prize distribution for the painting competition, a cricket match between the children of SOS village and the cricket team of Canon. It was bound to be an interesting event and I wanted to be there. After navigating several water-logged road for close to two hours, I managed to somehow reach there just in time.
 It was a regular monsoon day here in NCR and I had just taken an Uber to take me from Noida to Faridabad. I had barely left my sector when it started raining rather heavily. We all know what happens when it rains in the NCR - sheer madness. I had an option - to turn around and go back home. However, I was too excited to see the destination to make this choice. I was headed to the SOS Village that is located in the lap of Aravallis on the Surajkund-Bundelkhand road. For several years now, I have always wanted to visit the establishment and wasn't going to stop now when I had an opportunity and a good enough reason - Kick-off of Canon's new CSR initiative.

Canon recently announced "Support a Life" campaign through which it takes a leap from "Each one teach one" to the concept of each employee personally getting involved in the growth and development of at least one child. Mr. Kazutada Kobayashi, President & CEO, Canon India Pvt. Ltd., was going to be there in person to launch the campaign and to celebrate the Indian Independence Day with the children of the village. A painting competition had already been held in the school prior to the event and the agenda included the prize distribution for the painting competition, a cricket match between the children of SOS village and the cricket team of Canon. It was bound to be an interesting event and I wanted to be there. After navigating several water-logged road for close to two hours, I managed to somehow reach there just in time.

The Great Indian Chai Experience || Chai near Haji Ali Dargah, Mumbai

I love waking up to the sound of raindrops hitting my window. The mesmerizing fragrance of fresh grass after the rains, the clean freshly washed look of bright houses against a dark sky, and the little cottony clouds dashing across the sky to reach God-knows-what destination. There is no season as wild, as beautiful, and as full of character as the monsoon. And now imagine that you are in Mumbai, the city that has earned a reputation especially when rains are concerned. Imagine being on the seaside, holding a hot glass of tea in your hands, and talking politics to your friends, all this while light raindrops are caressing your cheeks. Can there be a better scene than this?  This was exactly the position I found myself in recently. The exact location was the road that leads up to the Haji Ali Dargah, which is located on a little islet close to Worli, southern Mumbai. We happened to be walking towards the Dargah on this road when we saw the ubiquitous aluminum tea kettle lying on a table. A cheerful man was selling tea. He greeted us as we approached. Add to that the tantalizing aroma of chai. The decision was made. It was time for yet another Great Indian Chai Experience.I love waking up to the sound of raindrops hitting my window. The mesmerizing fragrance of fresh grass after the rains, the clean freshly washed look of bright houses against a dark sky, and the little cottony clouds dashing across the sky to reach God-knows-what destination. There is no season as wild, as beautiful, and as full of character as the monsoon. And now imagine that you are in Mumbai, the city that has earned a reputation especially when rains are concerned. Imagine being on the seaside, holding a hot glass of tea in your hands, and talking politics to your friends, all this while light raindrops are caressing your cheeks. Can there be a better scene than this?

This was exactly the position I found myself in recently. The exact location was the road that leads up to the Haji Ali Dargah, which is located on a little islet close to Worli, southern Mumbai. We happened to be walking towards the Dargah on this road when we saw the ubiquitous aluminum tea kettle lying on a table. A cheerful man was selling tea. He greeted us as we approached. Add to that the tantalizing aroma of chai. The decision was made. It was time for yet another Great Indian Chai Experience.

The chai was served in plastic cups. We couldn't locate any dustbin around, but when asked the chai-wallah asked us to dispose off the crushed cups beneath the table. The chai was hot and perfect for the rainy season. And the fact that he served it to us with a welcoming smile made it taste better. Following is our analysis of the tea:  Color: Dark amber Sweetness: just sweet enough Milk content: appropriate Strength: good, the tea was well boiled  In short, I totally recommend this chai experience if you happen to be in the area.  If you have your own chai experience that you would like to share with our readers, send your post to us at VJ@travellingcamera.com

The chai was served in plastic cups. We couldn't locate any dustbin around, but when asked the chai-wallah asked us to dispose off the crushed cups beneath the table. The chai was hot and perfect for the rainy season. And the fact that he served it to us with a welcoming smile made it taste better. Following is our analysis of the tea:

Color: Dark amber
Sweetness: just sweet enough
Milk content: appropriate
Strength: good, the tea was well boiled

In short, I totally recommend this chai experience if you happen to be in the area.

If you have your own chai experience that you would like to share with our readers, send your post to us at VJ@travellingcamera.com


If you liked this post and found it helpful, I would request you to follow these things when traveling -

- Manage your waste well and don’t litter
- Use dustbins. Tell us if you went to a place and found it hard to locate a dustbin.
- Avoid bottle waters in hills. Usually you get clean water in hills and water bottles create lot of mess in our ecosystem.
- Say big no to plastic and avoid those unhealthy snacks packed in plastic bags. Rather buy fruits.

- Don't play loud blaring music in forests of jungle camps. You are a guest in that ecosystem and disturbing the locals (humans and animals) is not polite 
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