3rd blog anniversary

Hi, friends sunniesmybunnies turns 3 this 9th February 2020. What I started as a happiness project for my kids has evolved and manifested into a multi faceted blog. On this day I would like to invite you to my meet and greet party. How does it work?• Introduce yourself, your blog, and your post(s) in…

Glacier lagoon, Iceland

Awestruck by the beauty of the south coast, today we head towards the majestic Vatnajokull National park. Vatnajökull National Park is one of three national parks in Iceland. It encompasses all of Vatnajökull glacier and extensive surrounding areas. These include the national parks previously existing at Skaftafell in the southwest and Jökulsárgljúfur in the north….

South Coast,Iceland

After a super fantastic tour of the Golden Circle yesterday, Rajat and I are extremely excited for a mesmerizing day 3. Driving towards the south coast of Iceland,our first stop is at Seljalandsfoss. Foss is an Icelandic term for waterfall. Seljalandsfoss is one of the best-known waterfalls inIceland. It is 65 meters tall is breathtakingly…

2 days in Jaipur with kids

Let imaginations run wild as you explore flamboyant doorways, hidden corridors and opulent courtyards of a bygone era. Set amongst compact homes and bustling streets, where motorbikes weave around plodding camels and impatient rickshaws brush past colourful saris, the many forts and palaces provide a sanctuary of calm. Padmanabh Singh is the 20-year-old ‘king’ of…

As I unpack his suitcase

Now let me describe the scene to you before you head on to reading what follows. My man is on his travel spree and on one occasions he sends his suitcase to me while he is aboard another flight to another destination. It’s been 10 days already and I am unpacking his suitcase. Unpacking his…

10 reasons to visit Kashmir

Kashmir is a beautiful Himalayan valley with breathtaking mountain scenery, clear lakes, lush vegetation and magnificent forests. The capital city Srinagar is famous for its canals, houseboats and Mughal gardens. The valley is home to a rich biodiversity including a large number of birds species, many of which are unique to Kashmir. Enough has been…

Iceland in a Terrarium

DREAMLAND From waterfalls to lava lands Boiling earth to snowy peaks, From sunshine to rainy days Lush greens to black and greys, From melting ice to frozen lips Ice caves to lava caves, From national parks to barren lands Puffins to diving whales, From floating glaciers to frozen lakes Misty mornings to foggy days, From…

The Golden Circle, Iceland

TRRRRRRRR TRRRRRRRRRRR…… and the alarm sounded sharp at 6AM. Making way to the gym on a cold morning was clearly not my idea of a holiday morning. I GRUMP and get out of bed to fetch my gym wear. After an hour of sweating it out, happy me looks forward to a hearty warm breakfast…

Rekyavik – The heart of Iceland

“Welcome to Iceland, you are about the experience the most exciting days of your life,so sit back , relax and enjoy ”  said the cab driver who received us at the airport in Keflavik. The drive was smooth but landscape was rough. There were 900 year lava fields both sides of the roads ending in…

Star kissed black beach in Iceland

    STAR KISSED Soft waves caress the black earth, Crashing on the pebbly beach. The sand swells up with water, Pregnant in love. Just  then the water recedes, To join the ocean vast. Leaving behind parting kisses, For its lover, as it trails back. The soil blushes embracing the love, Weeps quietly and lets…