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Although it irks a lot of y'all about my craze for all things historical, my relationship with forts has only evolved over the years, if anything.
As a child, forts & palaces to me were the legacies left behind by the kings and queens whose lifestyle I romanticized about. I remember walking around the Mysore Palace imagining myself with bronze armour and a double-edged sword and all the fancy stuff the history based movies and TV series had filled my head with.
As a teenager forts fascinated me for their architectural beauty. I'd strike poses at every other pretty corner and explode the gallery with a gazillion pictures.
I'd continue to be this fuckall teenager if I'd chose not to travel with a bunch of school kids and play 'Hide & Seek' for a good hour inside the gorgeous confines of Mirjan Fort not bothered about suntanning, back in December 2017. Though they had their phones with the games they were addicted to, they chose the offline life the entire trip, played, conversed, laughed, lived every moment to the fullest. They changed my perception of travel. Forts to me are now treasure boxes full of everlasting memories 💌
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I owe you the seven beaches trek 😍😁