A Touch of Netherlands
Exploring the bylanes of Amsterdam
7 Overseas Paradises Every Indian Can Visit Without A Visa
My Second Home: Amsterdam
VISHAKHAPATNAM : There is more to South India...
Wanna end up in prison? Try this trek.
A visit to Dover, and rather good long walks
Pamban – The most dangerous sea bridge in India
7 under-rated eateries in Mumbai
Toronto: So much to see
Stunning Waters in the Bahamas
5 Countries All Game Of Thrones Fans Should Visit
5 Historical forts in India that will take you back in time.
Engulfed In Romance: Buenos Aires, Argentina
South India's unapparent beauties.
The Naga sadhu who asked for my gold ring at the Kumbh Mela
Travel Quickies : 5 weekend camps from Delhi
Kashmir/ Ladakh - A drive through heaven!
Meghalaya: A date with your own soul!
9 Must Try Ladakhi Delicacies
Riding through Canada: A train to Churchill
Urban Sydney Walking Tour
Europe Diaries : Belgium in a day!
Feeling bad about not being able to quit your job to travel? Don't.
Sri Lanka under $1000!
Journey Through The Four Heavens Of South India!
Destinations for the Heartbroken
The Medicine Men of Himalayas
My Trip to Los Angeles - Blog of the Things
A drive to Heaven: Kinnaur, Spiti and Kasol-Himachal!!
Mauritius – Beyond the honeymooners paradise
Pushkar: Beyond The Mela
4 Places You Must Visit With Your Sibling To Strengthen Your Bond
Dhadikar Fort: A Tryst with History
Pondicherry – The perfect place to find yourself
Tripping in the magic of Parvati Valley!
Monsoon diaries from Udaipur & Mount Abu
Weekend Getaways From Mumbai
Where the Mountain Greets the Sea: Starigrad Pakle
Marsar: The 'killer' lake of Kashmir
Marsar View from Tarsar Pass The other side from Tarsar Pass On way to Sundersar Sundersar Top view of Sundersar Way to Marsar Sundersar A ‘blood-thirsty’ lake hidden in a remote corner of Kashmir which kills whoever dares to camp by its banks at night… Shepherds who had to spend the night by the lake being found dead in its waters the next day… An ‘elusive’ lake that gets shrouded by a veil of mist every now and then… Who wouldn’t want to set eyes on such an enigma?...
The spice trail of Vizag
Vizag - the port city Vanjaram, a locally available fish served at Tycoon The promenade off Ramakrishna Beach A mirage of fish More of Nethallu… Nethallu fish Just to give a perspective of how tiny they actually are The spread at Dakshin Peethala Iguru (crab masala) Mamsam Sukka Varuval (mutton pepper fry) South Indian paan Shiv Parvati at Kailash Giri Kailash Giri park Panoramic view of Vizag from Kailash Giri Just in time to ‘catch’ the sunset Andhraite version of the Chinese Chilly Chicken Ramakrishna Beach From RK beach Dolphin’s nose from the RK beach RK beach Time wasted at the beach is time well spent!...