Visiting the twin cities Hyderabad and Secunderabad

I am in the twin cities after almost a year and a half. My most memorable trip here was when I was here when I launched a media product here a couple of years ago ..and my trips gradually stopped after I left my job .The Charminar has always been one of my favourites and I strolled along the vibrant lanes of the Bangle Bazaar and shopped till I dropped..

Well, I havent had the biriyani as yet and I am off to Warangal today, an ancient town and probably the capital of the Kakatiyas who ruled here …one of my most impulsive and unplanned trips. I dont even have a roof tonight over my head and I need to figure that out once I get there ..see you next week and have a great Deepavali if I dont see you guys before that..


  1. sukku 24 October, 2008 at 09:57 Reply

    Warangal is a laid back place and you should visit Hanumakonda. Don’t forget to try the Pesaratu Dosa….have fun…it was a Naxal infested Town before when I did my studies in NITW(formally REC Warangal). Dont forget the Thousand Pillar temple, it is worth the trip…

  2. GMG 25 October, 2008 at 06:35 Reply

    Hi Lakshmi! Wow! Great shots, and furthermore at night… You know that night shots are my nightmare… ;))
    Blogtrotter just said goodbye to Mykonos 2007!! It shows the famous sunset scene at little Venice, and the Pelican mascot of the island… 😉
    Hope you enjoy, comment and have a great weekend!

  3. Lakshmi 31 October, 2008 at 13:45 Reply

    anu – thanks..hope u had a great deepavali

    sukku – stayed in Hanamkonda..the 1000 pillar temple was being renovated..the look had changed as well ..heard abt the naxal bit..the trip was good

    Alok – Have fun 🙂

    Harekrishnaji -the place is so lively in the night

    Nandan -thanks 🙂 wish u the same

    Vishesh – u have a lot of time on u to see more places ..

    kamini -thanks..wish u the same..yes, its great to see a diff sky

    Jeevan -thanks ..i did manage one..hope u have a safe deepavali as well

    Vagabond – my posts on warangal are dedicated to u 🙂

    Gil – our pics are stunning, day or night ..just saw the pics of little venice..lovely

    Ravi – was there just for a stay..will let u know next time

    Mridula -thanks..hope u had a great time as well

    Indrani – Next time 🙂 was not adventuring too much into the food department

    Merisi – Its just a desperate soul wanting to travel 🙂

  4. Fortune Park Hotels Ltd 8 January, 2009 at 18:07 Reply

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