Maumere.. a nice little sleepy town of Flores! The sea calm, it’s an off season with absolutely no tourist and its raining on patches.. an empty beach with a couple of Germans and an English couple roaming around! I don’t think I’ve ever had a vacation more filled with the quietness of solitude than thisContinue reading “Rantings #4: Lessons from an Old Man”
Fort Kochi is often overlooked in run of the mill Kerala trips or at max treated as a stopover while visiting the Munnars and Alleppys of Kerala. But Kerala has much more than beautiful backwaters or the lush green tea estates and Fort Kochi is one such gem of a charmer, a quaint little townContinue reading “5 Ways to Explore Fort Kochi in a Day”
Travel teaches you things that probably no other experience in life does! One of the many things it taught me is PATIENCE!
I have lost count of the number of times I have been asked “How do you manage to travel so much with a full time job?” or “Share tips on travelling with full time job” and all such. To all these I smile and say, to make travel to happen all you need is enthusiasmContinue reading “6 Quick Tips to Manage Travelling with a Full Time Job”
Day number two in New York and an afternoon to myself gives me the perfect opportunity to roam around the WTC with no such agenda in mind. Needless to say that there’s this obvious excitement to see the WTC, one of the tallest man made structures whose tryst with the destiny shook the entire world.Continue reading “Rantings #2: The Giant Void”
If you are a Foodie, Delhi is the place to BE!! It is paradise of varieties, with cuisines made for every taste. Whether it is Mughlai grandeur, street foods or cuisines around the world, Delhi is up for all. Each gully of Delhi has a story of gastronomic fame, offering the flavors of and aContinue reading “Delhi: The food Utopia”
Picture a small, no, a tiny island.. put a bunch of people in there as if they were born to smile and “halo” at you.. scatter a few cafes and spas here and there, place colorful bean bags along the white sandy beach, try to fill the gaps wherever you want with a dive shopContinue reading “Gili Air: A Procrastinator’s Paradise”
Given the procrastinator I am, I never took the effort of clicking pics on DSLRs even when I was traveling to the exotic Ladakh or Kashmir. But I have always loved clicking and being clicked and done that in the easiest way possible, on my simple phone cameras, using the limited features it gives us!
Doors, in my eyes, have always had an aura of mystery around themselves! The thrill of stepping into the unknown not knowing what lies beyond, or sometimes an inward journey, a known journey towards our comfort zone, our homes, and at times journeys, away from home, they have always had a story to tell! ThroughContinue reading “Photo Blog: The Doors of India”
Miles away from the hustle and bustle of the polluted city life, there is this little abode of Peace, “BABLI” where nothing but silence speaks. Situated around 12 kms away from Tagore’s Shantiniketan on Bolpur-Illambazar Road, Babli offers you a perfect rural experience where you will be once more convinced that Living is still possibleContinue reading “Blissful Babli: The not so known Weekend Escapade from Kolkata”