The constant buzzing of my alarm woke me up at 8 in the morning and I unwillingly got out of bed, a cup of tea in one hand and my phone in the other. As I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed, I chanced upon a beautiful picture of Mount Fuji and could not stop myself from sharing it with the caption 'wanderlust'. A cascade of WhatsApp messages then greeted my notification bar while I replied to a few important e-mails. I got ready and sat down to work and could not help but check Twitter and staring at me was a massive list of budget-friendly countries that I could visit in order to satiate my aforementioned wanderlust. "But will I get free WiFi here?", I thought to myself while looking at a picture of a lesser known camping site and then came the sudden realisation that I was essentially a slave of the interwebs.
While the internet has certainly made our lives a lot easier, one cannot deny its constant encroachment upon our personal spaces. It is undoubtedly a boon but the fact that it is inherently distracting is a major bane and sometimes, you just need some de-addiction. Luckily, a good number of places on our planet are yet to be permeated by superlative technology and if, like me, you intend to run away from your tyrannical WiFi Router to find peace, here are 15 destinations that might just help you do the same: