It was on one fine afternoon in Kohima, Nagaland that my good friend and I decided to go to the Dimori cove. Unfortunately, upon reaching the place, we found that it was closed that day. So, while aimlessly driving around, we came across a cafe called ‘Foodprints’ located somewhere near Japfu Christian College, Kohima. The cafe has an outdoor seating, which was perfect for that day’s sunny and pleasant weather. The best thing about the place is that it isn’t crowded like most good cafes and also quite serene. I don’t think most people are even aware of this place yet! Even though our plan to visit Dimori cove did not work out that day, I was still very grateful to have discovered this cozy little place and the day was all the more perfect because I was with my favorite person!
~ Lichumbeni Humtsoe from Nagaland
Lichumbeni Humtsoe at the cafe Footprints in Kohima, Nagaland
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