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
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.
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
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
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!
The Taj Mahal Hotel embodies the essence of Bombay since the 1900’s! Built by Indians in 1902 to prove their mettle vis-a-via the British, it has been one of the … Continue Reading Gateway to Bombay! The Taj Mahal Hotel
The South Bohemian Region in The Czech Republic is described as “A landscape of forests and fishponds with beautiful countryside, fairytale chateaux and rural farms” on the country’s official website .I … Continue Reading Czech Beyond Prague – The South Bohemian Countryside Roadtrip
Its an industrial town and dockyard converted into the most artistic and cultural district of Amsterdam. The combination of the rugged and the hip feel of the place is unique and captures your attention.
Mumbai is where I live and this is a collection of pictures which showcase life in the city – from the colourful sides to the intriguing ones , from its rich heritage to the current urban decay!
Pangong Tso Lake – the highest Salt Water lake in the world in the Ladhak region of the Himalayas. Ladhak is the coldest desert in the world and till date it is isolated from the modern world and thrives on a very distinct & unique lifestyle and culture. Our journey to Pangong Tso was through the high altitude cliffhanging roads with huge bare mountains all around standing like protectors of the place – no trees, no waterfalls, no fauna anywhere to be seen, and yet so beautiful that you cannot take your eyes off the drive. The five hours of the drive from our base left me with one thought – was God trying to make a point – beauty can be created out of even the most drab elements available!
Prague was the starting point of my Czech adventure which took me to the heart of South Bohemia. This was my first trip to Prague and here’s a quick roundup … Continue Reading Prague : Un-tourist it!
Spending a week in Goa in a house rather than a hotel, in a village rather than the beachside, in the monsoons rather than winters has been a completely new … Continue Reading Goa Off-Beach