Sharing Summer’s Bounty

Summer, where I live, isn’t the glorious season that most of you look forward to with anticipation. We dread it with a vengeance. Only one thing makes coping with the blistering heat worthwhile…….sweet, luscious, divine mangoes.DSC_4801 copyAnd the return of my parakeets to my mango tree. I was concerned they weren’t coming back this year, but here they are….timed to a T!

Now off to demolish the last fruits of the season. Have a great weekend you all!

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Madhu is an Interior designer turned travel blogger on a long sabbatical to explore the world. When not crafting stories on The Urge To Wander, she's probably Tweeting @theurgetowander or sharing special moments on

128 thoughts on “Sharing Summer’s Bounty

  1. Madhu, lovely to have delicious mangoes and beautiful wildlife just outside your window! Do you have any signature recipes that you make with them, or do you enjoy them on their own?

  2. awww the birds have just started showing up across vedanthangal/pulicat/east coast road for past two weeks after a dry summer. you should try these places out. i saw a jacobin cuckoo near ponneri road roady!

    1. We haven’t been to Vedanthangal in a few decades!! We used to visit with R’s dad when he was the chief conservator of forests for Tamilnadu. I would love to return.

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