I have not always been a travel enthusiast; it was a slow fascination that turned into an addiction over many travels. Similar has been the case with writing. It started one fine day and am still trying to find my feet in the world of travel writing. The transition period has been a great experience for both the traveller and writer in me. Though I have grown both as a traveller and writer over the years, there is a lot more work to be done to become an inspirational travel writer. The confused soul in me is still not sure whether I travel to write or write to travel.
I do not intend to set goals on travelling or writing in the coming years but would rather travel whenever I get an opportunity (either it comes to me or I create one) and write as soon as I get time to jot down my experiences. However, would love to travel as much possible and write to inspire people to travel to all those lovely places around the world. Thank you readers, followers, inspirations, fellow travellers/ bloggers and all those people out there who have made these five years of travel writing an amazing journey.
Happy Birthday, Tales of a Nomad...!!
Congrats! Five years are a really LONG time! :)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Renuka.Delete
Congrats dude on such a lovely journey!!ReplyDelete
Hmmm heard about guys writing poetry to woo.. blogging seems to be very innovative..... All the best for trhe next 5 years...ReplyDelete
congratulations! and out of curiosity want to know what happened after you wooed her :PReplyDelete
Thank you. She is still blogging despite all the wooing I did.Delete
Congrats! Great milestone :) Best wishes!ReplyDelete
Hope all the wooing has had its impact & earned the attention from the one for whom you have affection! :)
Thank you. Am happy the blog has been doing well and that it is earning a lot of attention. ;)Delete
"travel to blog, blog to travel" sounded so familiar. :) had put it to taste by not writing about many travel stories, and ignore the occasional itch to pen it :DReplyDelete
keep it up..
Thank you. You should definitely pen those lovely memories.Delete
Congratulations Niranjan ! Thats quite a journey :)ReplyDelete
However one question remains, did you manage to woo her ? :P
Thank you, Puru. Certain answers are always unknown. ;)Delete
5 years of travel blogging.ReplyDelete
Keep traveling and writing.
Thank you, Rajesh.Delete
Congrats and all the best for many more years to come :)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Santosh.Delete
Congrats. Wish you many more such years.ReplyDelete
One question that I also want to ask has been asked in comments which you have avoided answering till now. :) What happened to your wooing?
Thank you, Nisha. Am dodging yours too. ;)Delete
Cool buddy! Happy travels ahead :)ReplyDelete
I hope you got the girl after the wooing :-PReplyDelete
Congratulations and cheers to many more.
Thank you Bro. I got a blog after wooing. ;)Delete
Wish your blog many more such years! Interesting to know about your innovative idea :)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Kusum.Delete
wow! A great milestone indeed! We love your nomad tales! Keep it coming!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Poorna and Brinda.Delete
First i would like to Congrats! You have completed 5 years of blogging. We know you with the name of Nomad Tales.
Thank you, Arun.Delete
so nice to read the inspiration behind your blog...reminds of the quote - behind every successful man is a WOMAN :)
heres wishing you all the success in life....
but what happened to the girl you were wooing???
Thank you, Sushmita. Regarding the quote, that's because women prefer only successful men. ;) She is still blogging. :)Delete
Great ! My insipiration was always even like you my better half. Till he walked away saying he wants to exlloring travelling more and today we both are solo travellers ,, without each other.ReplyDelete
Btw have you seen the great pictures of Lakshadweep on www.photokatha.in
Thank you. Hmm.. Do you enjoy solo travelling? I feel there is a charm to it too.Delete
Nice to know about the reason behind the blog. Congo on complete 5 years of writing or blogging.ReplyDelete
Congratulations on reaching a milestone and wish for many more to come! The muse behind the blog certainly opened a new path for you. Happy blogging and nurture those happy feet!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Ilakshee.Delete
Congrats on the five years. I look forward to reading you for many, many more years.ReplyDelete
I didn't know there was such an interesting beginning to this story of yours. Well...now I'm curious too. ;)
Anyway, stay a nomad. Keep writing, Ketto! :)
Thanks a lot, Tipsy! Some beginnings have quite a quirky story behind them. ;)Delete