Hello Blogging// My Mussoorie Haul!!


So I’ve been meaning to do this for a while now and i’m so happy i’m finally here. This blog is where i’ll be sharing my everyday encounters with life, travel experiences, and tidbits from my life. I hope you enjoy the journey as much as i do.

Let’s get into the haul now. So I went to Mussoorie last month and here’s what all i got from there.

1. Mussoorie also happens to be the home of the very revered author Ruskin Bond who is also my favourite FAVOURITE author and i was lucky enough to get to meet him on his 83rd Birthday. I bought these books from Cambridge Book Depot, the very popular book store where the man himself comes for a meet and greet every Saturday. (from 3 p.m. to 5p.m)

 Also, can we just take a moment to appreciate these brown paper bags that came with the books?

2. Next i got this olive-green Kashmiri embroidered fringed sling bag from a local store called REX at Mall Road. This one is my personal favourite and i just cannot wait to use it!

3.  Although i wasn’t there for many days but i still took out the time to buy some clothing pieces! (sigh).  I got this pair of brown trousers from this store called Emerge, a yellow layered kurta from a local shop and a long grey shrug that i absolutely love.

4. This is rare considering the kind of jewellery hoarder i am; but i only got this one pretty statement ring from there.  These kind of rings are available almost everywhere now.

So that was all that i got from the magical town, Mussoorie. I hope you had a great time reading this as much as i had in creating this. Thanks for stopping by, have a nice day! 🙂

Author: Aayushi

Evolving. Nature Girl. Free Spirited. Peace Maker But Mad, Nevertheless. Welcome to my Perspective.

42 thoughts on “Hello Blogging// My Mussoorie Haul!!”

  1. Really enjoyed the creatively created blog by you miss, really enjoyed and had a little trip to mussurie from your pictures and experience you had. Simply written with such adorable pictures and sweet gestures.

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  2. Your post reminds me of my visit two years ago.
    Hope you visited Char Dukan, Lal Tibba. Last time I was there I picked some Sticky Jaw toffees from a local chocolate shop at the Mal Rd – My daughter just loved it.

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