Take a Leap in the waterfalls of the North-East
A trip to Mysore
Mesmerizing ride to Munnar
Solo at Oktoberfest: Partying with American soldiers and Trump voters
Conversations with friends from across the border
Holiday Packing - A few Dos & Don'ts
Smaller stores in quaint destinations may not accept anything other than their own hard currency Light cardigans – You could be visiting the extremely hot Sahara desert but the journey to get there will still most likely be in a very cold aircraft Toiletries – Unlike most hotels, hostels across Europe and globally will not provide you with the quintessential dental, shaving and personal hygiene kit....
Struggles of a tall traveller
From Teesta to Tea stalls: Uphill Journey to Darjeeling
Kara Lake-Experience the Unexplored!
An Amateur's Trek To Sandakphu, The Himalayas
Anyways with the stick in my hand,trekking was a bit easier,and my muscles got accustomed to the steep road soon.we reached Chitrey,the first stop 3 kms from Maneybhanjan by 2pm.Theres nothing but a small ‘chorten’ ( a budhhist tower for worship ) and a tea shop here.I was sweating amidst the cold.So I took off my cardigan and just donned the full sleeve woollen shirt.after a brief break we started to walk again.We aimed to reach Meghma by 4.30-5pm which is around 5kms from Chitrey and were supposed to do the night halt there.But mother nature had other plans.the sky looked gloomy and foggy…Rudra asked me if I had a raincoat…just then it occurred to me that I’v made the biggest blunder…I forgot to carry a raincoat in the Himalayas…anyways hoping luck to be on my side…we proceeded towards Meghma…but in vain…soon it started to rain…we halted midway…I pulled off a plastic cover from my rucksack n covered myself somehow…but it dint help much…n oh my god…it converted into a snowstorm…I got panicky….i was wet n shivering….n hardly anything was visible…the road was hazy too…how shall we walk!!!!...