Copenhagen: The Northern Harbour
Two ruined guards of Mumbai Harbour
The Harbour City of Hamburg
Australia's famous harbour city: SYDNEY!!!
In search of Chingrikhali Fort
Diamond Harbor, Hooghly's last post and off to the sea
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
2 Days in Sydney
Rolling Stoned: Sagar Island and Jatar Deul
I saw the blue whale in Mirissa
Answering the unanswered :- 3 weeks in Europe for 90K
10 Of The Most Unusual Beaches In the World
Two Hours in Skipton, North Yorkshire
A Complete Off-beat Guidebook To Explore Pondicherry: Be A Local
The Stunning Beaches Of Sanya, China: This Tropical Paradise Is Know As The Hawaii Of China
Goa - Rainy Season Heaven!!!
Barbados: A one-week relaxing vacation
Summer Sydney in 4 Days
Hong Kong + a day in Macau
More than Backwaters....Alappuzha (Alleppey)
A Three Day Sydney Itinerary
Land of the BnB's, Lochs and Nessi!
Kayaking in Croatia - Discovering Vis Island in 4
Cruising to Phuket and Langkawi
The Lucky Country :: Australia Part 3- Sydney
A self planned Aussie honeymoon - Sydney
Summer Lovin’ in Hvar
3,200 kms on a cycle, Tuticorin and Ramanathapuram
~ 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
Backpacking to Wellington ( New Zealand) Diary
I have been travelling across the world for last couple of years. this time i thought to go to Wellington. the one thing that really excited me about travelling to new zealand is the experience of winter when the rest of the world experience summer. friends if you are travelling to new Zealand specially to Wellington, please carry as many jackets and warm clothes with you specially from the month may to september. cost of living : home stay( accomodation+ food) 1 month (780 newzealand dollar), travel by bus( minimum 5 NZ dollars) i flew from new Delhi, india via Guanzhou to Wellington. the good thing about travelling to southern hemisphere from northern hemisphere is you get to see the bright side of sun at the point when you are crossing the equator. it takes you more than 1 day to travel to Wellington, the most important thing is make sure you don't carry any seeds, any foreign food items, grasses etc. new Zealand government is very strict about it. they charge huge if you are caught. day 1 in Wellington: i was excited to get down from the flight and enjoy the view of ocean. so, the time when i landed Wellington, i went to the Wellington harbour where you can enjoy the view of ocean. you get to see seagulls, few boats and ships all around. the city is lively, even at 11.30 in the Monday morning i can see people playing guitar in a corner of a street. if you are there in the harbour, don't forget to breathe fully and spend some time in the nearby cafes....