I am a travel freak, and a foodie too. At the threshold of forty, I have decided I should finish exploring the globe within the next fifteen years. Strange enough? Yes, people of my generation never think of going to Vanaprastha (one of the four stages of life, as described by the Vedas), but stay away from the hazards of daily life by taking a break. Well, I have an aspiration of travelling around the world, unraveling the mysteries of the nature and historic places as well.
Is being a foodie worth? Although I am a yoga and a gym freak, I never cheat on food (the reason behind I never lose weight. Pun intended!). During holidays, whenever I travel to my hometown, I make sure I taste some street food, else my trip is simply a waste. I never dreamt of having any junk food such raw, and such a lowly sound like ‘sheep’s internal organ’. Sounds dirty, but look wise? Not at all. During my Scotland tour on August 2018, my entire concept about stable food changed after I ate Haggis, the staple food of Scotland.