Medak, a place I wanted to visit as I came to this city after my marriage nineteen years back. Finally it was materialised last week. The destination was the Medak Cathedral which is one of the largest churches in Asia. Here is what I saw en route and there.
Mama with her baby
A nosy buffalo
A peacock running away. In fact there was an ostentation of them. On seeing the camera they scurried for cover like celebrities fleeing away from the paparazzi.
In a pensive mood, seems he too has problems to solve
These two were in good fellowship
Our next stop was the Medak fort. A mute spectator to many historical events, the formidable fort evoked fear and my young one clasped his big brother's hand.
A parting shot from the fort.
I love travelling, especially long drives. All through the journey I offered to drive but my hubby refused to give me the vehicle. While coming back on the highway he asked me to drive for some time. My children grumbled about my slow driving, but the vehicles were rushing past at an intimidating speed that I drove slower than usual. Ten minutes into driving we smelt burning rubber clanging sound. It was the front right wheel. It was torn in many parts. We were rattled by the thought that had it been my hubby who was driving at a great speed anything could have happened. Amazing are the ways that God takes care of us.