Lazy Sunday Photo- Thames Walk, Oxford to Sandford

By Mridula Dwivedi June 15, 2008 6 Comments
The Path, Thames Walk, Oxford to Sandford
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6 thoughts on “Lazy Sunday Photo- Thames Walk, Oxford to Sandford”

  1. well, a road, in my opinion would not signify “laziness” and as for the bench by its side, it could more be an indication for rest than lethargy.So, the title IMHO does not fit the pic 😉

  2. Hi Tejbir,Sorry about the confusion. On almost ecery Sunday, I post a picture that I call Lazy Sunday Photo, meaning I am too lazy to post anything else :)The road of course signifies no laziness, I know as I walked 3.5 miles to Sandford and back in four hours.

  3. What if they were to construct a ‘Yamuna walk’ in Delhi? I guess those who do care to venture there would have to hold their noses for the entire length.:D

  4. The walk may not be for the lazy but the picture definitely is :) I am going to spend this sunday by the beach doing nothing in particular. Thanks Mridula

  5. Sidhu, reacting from a women’s point of view a Yamuna walk would be unsafe for women alone, so I would never be able to do it the way I did Oxford-Sandford.Priyank, but you have been to Peru, I can’t get that out of my mind! You can afford to be lazy for a while.Deepika, many thanks :)

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I am Mridula Dwivedi and I started blogging on 'Travel Tales from India' in June 2005. Within a few months of the launch my travel blog found a mention on both the BBC and The Guardian. I also featured in a National Geographic Skoda Yeti Video.

I quit my job as a professor in May 2015. I am having a blast ever since. I do not miss my work but sometime I do miss my salary! Somewhere along the journey I ended up acquiring a Ph.D. from IIT Kanpur! I now wonder why?

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