About me

I’m Karmughil and I Work, Travel, Make Memories, Love Wildlife and Photography. A Sports and Fitness freak. Blog about my Solo and Group Travels. Write Poems when I get so poetic. And I’m just kissin’ fate with intense romance! πŸ˜‰

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Took a deeper plunge in to the depth of Meditation by the shore side in the grand evening times of Agonda beach, Goa in India.

I have read and heard about travelers who have been to over 70+ and 80+ countries – Even much more, 100 countries! I have been to two. Yes! – Only two countries 😦 😦 Having the beast of Wanderlust taking greater leaps in me quite often and yet visited only one overseas country makes me undoubtedly mad. That’s pretty much a worry factor in me. And you know having visited these two big countries (India and the United States), there is still a lot left out to take trips.

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Define ‘Jump of Joy’. And that’s my instant answer in Agonda beach, Goa.
Photography Credits: My Friend,Β Prabhu.

Places in India that stands out to me; From the trips I have made.

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Radha Nagar beach in Havelock Island in Andaman Sea – The best beach I’ve visited in India and United States, so far.
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Spreading my arms; Wishing to fly over the sea in the beautiful sunset times in Agonda beach, Goa.

I just did a rewind of my travels I have made so far and started a virtual revisit of the beautiful places and memories I have collected all my 30 years. Kashmir, the land of paradise strikes me immediately! – Pahalgam and Gulmarg in particular; Magnificent beaches of Havelock Island accompanied by the Green Mountains and Sea stacks in Andaman Sea; The Green Plains and Green Mountains of Munnar in Kerala, the God’s own country; Boat houses and Vembanad Lake in Kumarakom, Kerala; Mudumalai National Park in the Nilgiri Hills, the so-called Blue Mountains in South India.

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On a boat ride at the backdrop of Butterfly spot in Palolem beach, Goa.
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Walking along the shore side at Southernmost tip of India in Sunset beach, Kanya Kumari.

Western Ghats and Eastern Ghats Mountain Ranges in South India; Palolem beach in the former Portuguese colony, Goa; Ever Green hill stations – Ooty (Udhagai) and Kodaikanal; Grey clouds and cool breeze, embracing hills of Lonavala in Maharashtra; Kanya Kumari the southern tip (Cape Comorin) of the peninsular Indian Sub-Continent and the Juncture of the three seas – Just like Cape of Good Hope in South Africa. I have visited much more attractions in India. But the aforesaid places are the ones that stay afresh in my soul of wanderlust forever.

Fallen in love with the United States! – Just like any other new visitor!

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When Grey Clouds embrace Ozark Mountains of Arkansas and they were in love, I was there! Proud Moment! πŸ˜‰
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In the prairie grasslands region of Badlands National Park in South Dakota.

90% of the trips I have made in United States were solo – And I just loved all the 90%! The Flint Hills and Tallgrass Prairies of Kansas; Snow-clad Rocky Mountains of Wyoming, Montana and Colorado; Wonderful Sunsets of Nebraska; Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park; Hot Springs and Geysers of Yellowstone; Yellowstone Lake back dropping Snow capped mountains; Jackson Lake by the Tetons.

Santa Monica Mountains in the Pacific Coast of California; Ozark Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma; Great Sand Dunes of Colorado; Deserted and Barren Lands of Nevada and California; the Magnificent Terrains of the Badlands in South Dakota; the beautiful agricultural fields of Iowa, Colorado, Missouri and Kentucky; Stunning Corn fields of Illinois; Jaw dropping Smoky Mountains of Tennessee; Uwharrie National Forest of North Carolina; Peoria Heights in Illinois and Amazing North Eastern states like New York, Connecticut and New Jersey.

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With my colleagues at Cedar Falls in Petit Jean State Park, Arkansas

To be precise, I have made trips to a total of 22 states all as a whole in the United States. And I must say that somehow I missed out the rest 28 in my 18 months stay. When seen as the big picture, the United States is absolutely beautiful which has been gifted with incredible nature, impressive variety of landscapes and this country offered me the sheer beauty of all the four seasons which I thoroughly enjoyed.

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Hearing the song “Aren’t You Something – Mirrors” by J’Timberlake in Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas.

Sponsoring a H1B or L1 Visa to the United States?

Attention Employers! –Would you like to sponsor me a H1B or L1 visa to the United States for an SAP MM or SAP VC project? I will finish the rest 28 states and the whole country and then I will move on to next! πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜‰ And I will say β€œTHANK YOU!” πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

Photography Credits: My friends/co-travelers (Varies with trips taken)

29 thoughts on “About me

      1. The United States and India are pretty big places to travel around so I wouldn’t worry that you haven’t been to other countries. Both the United States and India are like continents in terms of the variety of landscapes they have. Good luck on your further travels. By the way how do I find the most recent posts on your blog – I can’t seem to find them?

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        1. I would have to absolutely agree with your terms about India and the United States. Ohh yes, there’s still a lot left out to see in these two countries again. I very much value your visits on my blog and I appreciate that. And regarding the recent posts, this blog template design is like.. at the bottom of every post there’s a foot note kind of thing which shows up the PREVIOUS and NEXT posts. Thanks for asking and thanks for your valuable time on my blog Caroline! πŸ™‚

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  1. You may have only been to two countries, but you seem to be making the best of it. A life ahead involving travel is rewarding. Meanwhile, the glories of blogs, YouTube, and more can bring travel to many. I hope yo saw my video on On a Quick Trip.

    We love Europe, and look forward to our next trip … whenever that is because it’s not yet planned. FYI: I’ve chronicled some travels on the blog, so I invite you to visit the sidebar.

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    1. Definitely I would have to agree with you. That’s the role these Blogs; It pushes people for the travels and it helps. I did see ur video. It was great. Good luck and tons of wishes for your trip to Europe. Safe Travels and safe returns back to home. I will visit the sidebar on ur blog for sure. Appreciate ur visit to my blog. Thank you! πŸ™‚

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  2. hahaha it was fun and awesome in a way that you have sought out to get attention for employment in USA so you can finish your remaining state tours!! Your writing is nice for sure. I visited Goa back in 2009 and I must say I have to come back because I have so much more to see. Andaman Nicobar is on my list and I wanna learn so much!! thanks for writing, I look forward to reading more about your adventures here!

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    1. Absolutely I would be happier one way or another if I get the attention for employment. There are still lots left out to see having covered 22 states. Alaska remains on top of my list and the Great Lakes for sure. And the other territories Hawaii and Peurto Rico sometime. Goa is a wonderful place in India. Andaman Nicobar is a beauty of its own. Never miss Havelock Island in your trip to Andaman. Glad you enjoyed my writing and adventures. Cordially appreciate ur words and time on my blog. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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    1. Awesome! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Traveling is a wonderful feeling right from planning, booking tickets, transportation, discovering nature and until we get back home. That’s always incredible. Couldn’t be happier you like my blog. That’s great! Absolutely appreciate your time visiting my blog. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Showers of Love, Karmughil. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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    1. Absolutely. India is vast and incredible. For sure, I’m greatly inspired to post more about India on my blog. Thanks for your wishes on Job Search! And tons of thanks for your valuable time on my blog Anna πŸ™‚
      Regards,
      Karmughil

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