Solo Travelling Tips: How To Strike A Conversation With A Stranger

“One’s destination is never a place, but always a new way of seeing things” – Henry Miller. Travelling makes you expand your horizons. You feel modest and self connected and get in sync with your thoughts. However, there’s another aspect that is hidden in Henry’s miller saying. What’s unrevealed here is that travelling also allows […]

Nature’s Own Kaleidoscope: The Rainbow Mountains, China

Ever heard of the Rainbow Mountains? Sounds fancy right? Well in case you haven’t, we’re here to save the day. The Rainbow Mountains of China lies within the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park. What makes them particularly special are the rare kaleidoscopic colours. Probably, the very reason people call them as the Rainbow Mountains. They […]

The Outrageous Galapagos Islands In Ecuador

The outrageous Galapagos Islands, in Ecuador, are volcanic islands settled on the either sides of the Equator in the Pacific Ocean. These islands are best known for the massive number of rare species and outstanding scenic topography. Unblemished by human activities, these islands are truly a mammoth of an unbelievably unique landscape coupled with friendly […]

Tips to Make You the World’s Finest Traveler

Most people do not start traveling as an expert traveler because it is something that comes with years of experience. In the start, you might make a few mistakes on the way. The expertise comes from stolen luggage, shortage of money, getting lost and silly behavior. Then, eventually, you start traveling like fish in the […]

Fabulous Travel Gifts for Someone with Wanderlust

Finding it difficult to choose gifts for your fellow travel buddy or the one you know who travels a lot or maybe for yourself which inspires you to travel every time you look at it. Here is a list of travel gifts you can buy for the wanderlust lovers. A Travel Kit A Travel Watch […]

Trek to Harishchandragad – III

On our way to the peak, was the blissfully dreamy Harishchandreshwar temple, that was carved out of mountain stone. Ancient structures like these often trigger my mind to think of those times our ancestors roamed the earth. Maybe, in those lost times, this mountain had been a flourishing village, this old temple being the only […]

Trek to Harishchandragad – II

As the sun began traversing the skies, so our hike began with great gusto through the red mud.The trek to Harishchandragad begins! Read the previous post Trek to Harishchandragad I  There came a fork in our way, and to our right lay the vast expanses of green forests. The huts of Khireshwar village had long […]

Trek to Harishchandragad – I

My trek to Harishchandragad, in the countryside of Maharashtra, commenced in a flurry of uncoordinated moves and unplanned developments that caused a miserable delay on my behalf. Being a Type I Diabetic patient, I was vulnerable to unstable sugar levels, owing to which I had prudently consumed a few homemade laddoos prepared by my very helpful mother. […]

Mauritius: A Haven in Blue – II

“They’re so cute!” “She looks very well fed.” “Did you give her a shower? Her coat smells amazing.” As these sentences were pronounced in a thick american accent, with the rolled r’s and smooth t‘s, I looked down upon these twelve lovely new born puppies caringly, with the mother licking up their tiny heads and […]

Mauritius: A Haven in Blue – I

The steward showed me my window seat in the Air Mauritius aircraft, and, with the most polite smile, asked, “Est-ce que vous voulez de l’eau?”, before apologetically switching to English after the puzzled look on my face. And like that, right from the very beginning, my vacation to Mauritius was very French, and full of […]

South American Adventures You Need To Go On

Bordered on the west by the Pacific ocean, and on the north and east by Atlantic ocean, South America is home to twelve beautiful sovereign states. From the Amazon rain forest to the Andes., South America has many stories to share. From the glory days of the Incas civilization to the vast surreal desert, the continent […]

Casablanca- Morocco’s Cosmopolitan Soul

Imagine yourself in your flight watching the 1942 black-and-white Bogart-Bergman-Henreid classic because this is going to be your first visit and so, you watch this American drama to understand the city a little before you land. Your thoughts are as monochrome as your shades and what you’re expecting is a lazy, eurocentricized vacation where you […]

Hollywood’s Best Travel Songs For Your Next Journey

Whether we’re driving across the country or just down the road, we can’t ponder travelling without an empty playlist. Music has the power to disconnect us from the disturbing voices and transport to a new world, it brings our imagination to play and that’s why when on a trip, it helps us feel a stronger connect with […]

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