Things to do in Jodhpur and Jaisalmer: A chip off my traveller’s block
Paris - A Start of Something New
Chasing the Northern Lights | Iceland
A Vegetarian Traveler
Little Tibet - "Spiti"
Little Tibet - "Spiti"
Agra to Jaipur - An Exotic Adventure Cycling Trip
Adventure Cycling in Ramanagaram: Sholay Style!
A Taste of Kerala : A Road Bike Tour
Splendid Sikkim & Darjeeling Bike Tour
Bangalore to Goa Bicycle Tour
Two Hours in Skipton, North Yorkshire
Goa - Rainy Season Heaven!!!
More than Backwaters....Alappuzha (Alleppey)
~ The side to Goa that nobody talks about ~
Thailand Sojourn in 2015
Coral Islands Our diving instructor Bangkok Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise I find it real stupid how I kept avoiding going international (on my own & with my money), just because I wanted to start off on a bigger scale, going to Europe or USA and hence kept under-estimating the beautiful experience I would have got by visiting cheaper and nearby countries like Sri Lanka, Thailand, UAE or even Nepal for that matter....
Order In Chaos: The Best Of Jakarta, Indonesia
Rejuvenate in Ubud
In the Lap of Nature - Kerala Chronicles
A Day in Gibraltar
My Backpacking Diary – Chapter 2(Backwaters and Beaches-West Kerala)
Lake Bled - A must visit place in Slovenia for a long walk
A Day's Worth In London
Perth: Urban Adventure in Fremantle
A Local's Guide to NoLIta, New York
Avebury Neolithic Stones & Cherhill White Horse
I followed the sign for the Avebury and soon the Big Neolithic Stones are greeting me from left to right, they are scattered around and also need crossing roads to go and see different stones, I continued to drive to look for a parking, soon I saw a parking sign went to check its £7.00 for all day parking, its abit steep for just and hour to spend there so I went back to the Pub restaurant I passsed by earlier on, The Red Lion with free parking so I went in to buy a drink and chips, I opted to sit outside there plenty of table and the weather is nice, while im enjoying my drink I had a chance to take picture too, it's only a stone throw away and what a view....
On finding food in Cuba
The Medieval City - YORK
Ketchikan: The Salmon Capital of the World & Alaska’s Rainiest Town!
Northern Ireland: In the footsteps of a giant
Truly God's Own Country : Munnar, Kerala
You've heard of Neemrana Fort Palace, but never visited. We did. This is our story.
WANDERLUST: ANT’S-EYE VIEW OF THE TAJ MAHAL
Trip to my hometown after five months
Dehradun is my hometown and was my final destination.Well I directly went to the New Delhi Railway Station from where I had a catch a Chair Car to Dehradun.As I entered the station,there was a kind of chaos around the station.People were running here and there to catch their trains,some people were shouting ,some were enquiring about their train and some were just sitting idle waiting for their trains.Finally I got my train and occupied my seat.I got the last seat in the whole coach,but I was satisfied as I didn’t want any disturbance as I was about to read my novel “Its not about the game” on the way to Dehradun.The feeling of homecoming was deeply penetrating my senses as I was nearing my hometown.Well the train journey was very interesting,there were a lot of vendors selling tea,chips and other food items on the train.I read the novel and listened to my favourite metal band “Lamb of God” on the way home.On the way I was getting repetitive calls from my mother who was worried,as in where my train has reached.I assured her everytime that I will be reaching the station soon....
The Dancing Kudu: Twyfelfontein, Namibia
My first brush with Bombay
Nightmarish New Year in Sydney
This was amongst the many other wishes that as a child I felt should essentially come true, like becoming an astronaut and eating uncle chips on the top of the moon, getting into CBI and solving some complicated murder mysteries or becoming an actress and making some really horrible faces as a vamp....