Chittaurgarh – A Pilgrimage

No other fort of India has myth, legends and romance woven around it as much as Chittaurgarh has… the largest and most glorious fort of India…

Bicycle Diaries: 150 KM of awesomeness from Karnataka to Kerala

  It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you and you have no such accurate...

The Bucket List: III – Machu Picchu

  Long back in 1560s, the once mighty empire of the Incas was taking its last breaths. The Conquistadors from Spain under the leadership of Fransisco Pizzaro had all but annihilated the Incas and were about to wipe out almost all their population the coming...

UK Break or European Escape for the Family?

Choosing your family’s holiday destination is always a toughie, whether you’re after a sun-kissed beach holiday, a cultural trip discovering local traditions, a fun packed adventure or a luxurious stay in a country cottage, here’s two options which have got it all....

3 Books You Won’t Want To Travel Without

My two passions in life are traveling and reading, and fortunately I am able to combine these two together.


In The Nubra Valley

The Nubra Valley in Ladakh has seen trade caravans of the Silk route since antiquity and is famous for its sand dunes and double Bactrian humped camels.

Across The Khardung La

An intimate affair with Khardung La, one of the highest mountain passes in the world, at 17,582 ft, that I crossed four times in a matter of two weeks.


Common Travel Scams and How to Avoid Them

Most travelers will fall prey to a travel scam no matter how hard they try to blend in with the locals. While not all scams can be prevented, it’s important to take extra measures to avoid them. The first step in avoiding a scam is learning how to identify one.


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