My Monday walk: Nothing so special

I happened to go on a light hike/walk today, which resulted in my first ever contribution to Jo’s Monday walk. Usually I go on hikes/walks on weekends and record them in my weekend posts. The weather and heavy brainstormming at work persued me to use my office training time for a short hike.

Going up and up!

I like walking in natural surroundings

Still going up
I love this corner
Still up and more in woods
One does not feel tired in such surroundings
Light and shade
Very near to destination

It is obligatory to take at least one picture from the top. Do you see a big cruise ship?

Wild lovely bluebell flowers cheering us

Time to go back to office

A local family enjoying summer
Time to say adios

Thank you for joing me on the journey 😀

After going back to office I continued my work for an hour or so.


38 thoughts on “My Monday walk: Nothing so special

  1. As I said over at mine, what a fantastic setting to work in. It must be hard to concentrate. When I used to work in an office my eyes were always straying to the windows. 🙂 🙂 Thanks so much for joining me. I saw this on my phone last night but couldn’t leave a comment. It looks even better on the laptop this morning. 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much Jo. We get 2 hours every week for physical training during working hours. I try to use them whenever it is possible. You posts Monday walks were very inspiring and so I decided to participate.
      Also we share the quality of being restless 🙂
      Have a nice week.


    1. You are so sweet Dahlia. Thanks a lot. This is my way of saying “ghar ki murgi dal barabar”.
      I hiked the same path on last wednesday but didn’t take photos 🙂


  2. Wow! I, too, want to thank you for bringing me with you for the walk 😉 I enjoy every moment of it. If I worked at that same office, I probably wouldn’t retire. Ha.
    Have a great day, Rupali.

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  3. Anagha Yatin

    A short hike like this one is good to flush out the unnecessary thoughts. Emerging out refreshed is sure remedy for productive contribution in whatever we engage in later!

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  5. I admit to being slightly confused when I saw the first few photos as I thought they were in this country until I saw the shot of the harbour and the big ship. The first photo is lovely, and how lucky you are to have this walk close to work. It was lovely to meet you through Jo, and thanks for taking me along with you 🙂

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    1. So nice to meet you Eunice.
      Thank you so much for visiting my blog and taking the tour with me.
      Sometimes it is difficult to guess the place/country. There is some familiarity in nature and even in man made structures in this part of the world.


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