Category Archives: Kayaking

For Beth

These are a few things that were done for Beth Hume in Meghalaya. They are not in any order of importance or chronology. They are also in no way the most notable. So many have been instrumental in the efforts

For Beth

These are a few things that were done for Beth Hume in Meghalaya. They are not in any order of importance or chronology. They are also in no way the most notable. So many have been instrumental in the efforts

A River through a Cave

“…and the hornbill stepped forward saying: “Let me fly to where Mother Sun hides and I will, with the power of my speech, entreat her to come back.” So saying, he flew into the Lamet latang cave, into it went

A River through a Cave

“…and the hornbill stepped forward saying: “Let me fly to where Mother Sun hides and I will, with the power of my speech, entreat her to come back.” So saying, he flew into the Lamet latang cave, into it went

Paddling with the Southern River Runners : Cauvery River

On the day of arrival at Bangalore to paddle with kayakers from South India, the newspaper headlines clamoured, “Water crisis”. The bold letters in print stared at us while we sat and ate the sumptuous breakfast prepared in Naveen’s warm

Paddling with the Southern River Runners : Cauvery River

On the day of arrival at Bangalore to paddle with kayakers from South India, the newspaper headlines clamoured, “Water crisis”. The bold letters in print stared at us while we sat and ate the sumptuous breakfast prepared in Naveen’s warm

Kynshi River – The 2nd Descent

Close on the heels of the lads from the UK, Zak Sears, Kyle Smith, Cooper Lambla and Charles King from the US came into Shillong with a week to spare before they flew out of the country. They paddled a

Kynshi River – The 2nd Descent

Close on the heels of the lads from the UK, Zak Sears, Kyle Smith, Cooper Lambla and Charles King from the US came into Shillong with a week to spare before they flew out of the country. They paddled a

The 1st whitewater kayaking team in Meghalaya

We have the heaviest rainfall in the world, steep creeks and rivers, gorges and river valleys galore so apparently we have a lot of whitewater. Hmm..who would have guessed. Surprised at being the first to explore the immense whitewater potential

The 1st whitewater kayaking team in Meghalaya

We have the heaviest rainfall in the world, steep creeks and rivers, gorges and river valleys galore so apparently we have a lot of whitewater. Hmm..who would have guessed. Surprised at being the first to explore the immense whitewater potential