A weekend trip to Nashik which is a city in the direction of the north-east from Mumbai and about a 3-and-a-half-hour drive on a highway became a very memorable trip for us. Our good friends organized for two departing families including us. It was very special because our children grew very close to each other during our time in Mumbai and this allowed them to make great memories together before we all set off to separate paths.
I highly recommend a road trip to Nashik for those expats who live in Mumbai. It is an easy trip since the highway between Mumbai and Nashik is pretty much straight, flat and in a good condition. On the way to Nashik, though, we took a scenic detour which made all the kids in our car sick. I am thankful that I was able to take the beautiful landscape and sunset, but it was not an easy ride compared to the highway.
Driving around in Nashik felt like I was somewhere in the West of the United States. I absolutely loved looking outside of my car window and tried to absorb everything I saw. The vineyard was lovely, too. You forget where you are when you are at a vineyard in Nashik. What was even better was that the kids simply loved running and rolling around in the yard. That is something we have not been able to let our children do in Mumbai.
VSCO Cam is a camera app for your device. I am a big fan of VSCO Cam. It takes great photos and its edit tools are great. I always use VSCO to edit my photos for my Instagram feed. I wanted share these photos sooner than later as I finished editing them on VSCO Cam on my iPod Touch 4. It is much easier and more convenient to have VSCO as its editing is much easier than doing so for my DSLR photos on my computer. I simply wanted to share these photos because otherwise I might get too busy to share any. I will share my insights on our trip to Nashik later as soon as I finish editing my other photos taken on my DSLR during the trip.
These two photos above were also first taken with Cortex Cam on my iPod 4 and then edited with VSCO Cam.
This post is entirely voluntary and I was not asked to write about the app VSCO Cam.