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1 Year of Map In My Pocket: Thank You!

Neeharika Satyavada_Travel Blogger_Photographer

Map In My Pocket is today, a year old. I started with The Road to Serenity: Chandratal on this day last year and you, my readers who have kept up with me on this journey have helped nurture this blog to what it is today.

& I want to take this opportunity to Thank all my readers who with their interest in reading my travel stories have kept me going!

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Every comment, every like, every idea that you readers give me ∼ this connect, it means the world to me. Thank you for all the love, support and encouragement that you have showered me with.

As a token of my love, I want to give away postcards of Photographs from my Travels to 25 of my readers. Take your pick from the Shop Postcards section – that I am also launching today – and leave a comment. Or if you have a favourite picture from any of the posts, do let me know and I will get you the Postcard.

Love Neeharika

 

 

 


Know more about My Journey:

The year that was, 2016
7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2017


 

 

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An award winning photographer, an independent travel writer and the blogger behind Map In My Pocket, I love telling passionate stories about off-the-grid road trips, art and craftsmanship, culture, food, cities, et al and I hope this blog serves as a guide and inspiration to travel near or far from wherever you are. Thanks for coming along on this visual journey with me, I do hope you enjoy the ride. 🙂

6 comments on “1 Year of Map In My Pocket: Thank You!

  1. Anita Gidwani

    Congratulations & all the best to many more travels all over the world….love your blog😘😘…its been a wonderful journey with you💖

  2. Anita Gidwani

    Congratulations & all the best to many more travels all over the world….love your blog😘😘…its been a wonderful journey with you💖

  3. How time flies! You’ve taken us on quite a journey this past one year. Looking forward for more!

  4. How time flies! You’ve taken us on quite a journey this past one year. Looking forward for more!

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