As a traveler who likes to experience local places, culture & people, I am constantly looking for places, that are unspoilt by buses and hordes of humans spoiling their natural … Continue Reading Why visit Bai Tu Long Bay instead of Halong Bay?
Experiencing the Northern Lights has always been on my bucket list and after years of planning and delaying, 2017 was the year. I almost decided on Finland as the country … Continue Reading Iceland during Winters: Northern Lights & much more.
Porto is the second largest city in Portugal and has been voted at the Best European Destination 2017 for the third time, and that’s no surprise at all. Under the shadow of Lisbon travellers usually skip … Continue Reading The Essence of Portugal | Porto
As a regular traveller, a passport holder has become an essential part of my travel kit. It’s a simple accessory to own but makes travelling very organised. I do not … Continue Reading Passport Holders – simple accessories making travel organised.
The Amalfi coast is a stretch of coastline in the Campania region of South Italy, but unlike the common imagination of a coastline, here, the coastline is at the edge … Continue Reading Say Ciao to the colorful Amalfi Coast | Italy
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Nestled in the foothills of beautiful mountains, this North Thailand city is a travellers dream come true. It is the biggest city in the north, however a haven after the … Continue Reading Why I fell in love with Chiang Mai?
My article on Galle Fort on the website travel.earth We all know of the European influence in the many towns and cities of the Indian sub-continent, but all that is … Continue Reading A surprisingly European township in Sri Lanka | Galle Fort.
Are you a proud Indian to have The Taj Mahal listed as a Wonder of the World that attracts millions of visitors every year including world leaders and celebrities? … Continue Reading Making a Blunder with the Wonder – Taj Mahal
The real charm of Europe is in its smaller towns. Its in the smaller towns that you can feel the real culture of a place, meet some really friendly locals, eat the real local cuisine and most of all, be relaxed & explore some nature.
As Audrey Hepburn said – “Paris is always a good idea” & I completely agree. I’ve been to Paris more than a couple of times, seen its many hues – … Continue Reading Paris – A quick guide for the first time visitor
Yes, Bhutan is a mystical country where Gross National Happiness is more important than GDP; yes – they have a population of just under 7 million happy Bhutanese who live in some … Continue Reading 10 things you should know before travelling to Bhutan
Lisbon or Lisboa as locals call it, is a one of the most romantic cities of Europe in a very rustic way.Spread over seven hills, this charming& enchanting city at … Continue Reading Lisbon : A guide for the first time visitor
I love my glass of wine and have travelled to quite a few wine regions in Europe & covered many wine routes. Before this trip, I’d had a few Portuguese … Continue Reading Wine Tasting In Alentejo: Discovering Portugal’s Unknown Wine Region
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If you want to get lost for a few days in the charm of the Colonial period, spend a few days in Fort Kochi. It has seen many rulers from local kings to … Continue Reading Get lost in the old world charm of Fort Kochi!