Me and Priya have visited Goa a couple of times but this time it was a mix bag. And in this bag you will find a beautiful sleepy Portuguese town, a bustling ride me happy road and some mouth watering authentic Goan cuisines. Goa is like a fridge where everyone comes to chill. But it wasn’t like this until the nineties when the state saw a surge of tourists. In Goa there are three distinctive ethnicities; Christians, Hindus and Muslims. Continue reading
This is one of the questions that we keep hearing from a lot of people we know. But I got a counter question to respond to it, Why not? Kerala is one state that I am proud to have experienced. I love their culture and is very different from the rest of the country. Where the rest of the country is more bent towards capitalism, Kerala on the other hand fights to protect its natural resources. Continue reading
The Philippines is an archipelago with almost 7000 big and small islands. The country has a diverse landscapes from white sand beaches, volcanoes and mountains. These photos prove why it is a paradise on earth for photographers. Continue reading
With 7000 islands in the Philippines anybody can fall in love with their beauty over and under water. Different islands have a lot to offer and hopping different islands is one sure thing to do. But we were here to explore some amazing landscapes especially an active volcano. Continue reading
This is the second time we visited Bali and I wanted to see places without the people. Okay! that seems fake but I really wanted to visit the places when and where it is less crowded. Bali is a big island and most of us hardly make it out of Denpasar, the place where the international airport is. Continue reading
Treks are not just limited to hiking in the mountains or climbing big rocks, it is to find the adventure where ever you travel to. We never found a reason to not to travel to Kerala. We don’t need a reason to experience the sun come up from the rice fields of Kumarakom and go down in the Vembanad lake which can be just a few hours of walk or half an hour ride on a bike (bicycle). There is no perfect season to visit the God’s own country. Continue reading
Mount Bromo is one of the most popular volcanoes in Indonesia and rightly so, for it offers a view that shouldn’t be missed. Located in East Java (About 5 hours from Bali by road) near the town of Probolinggo, reaching Mount Bromo takes a fair amount of planning. Continue reading
Bali no doubt is a natural beauty with wonderful beaches on its 3 sides.
What more can you ask for?
You can see the sun come up on one beach and go down on the other. And both the beaches can be just an hour ride apart. Here are few pictures to prove that Bali is one of the most scenic places you shall find. Continue reading
If you’re a meticulous planner like me, you’ll know what a nightmare, an unplanned trip can be. That’s exactly how we ended up visiting Bali.
Ever changed your itinerary after landing in a foreign country?
Without any idea to where to stay, what to do, see or eat or how much will it cost, but convinced about visiting that unplanned destination? If you’re a meticulous planner like me, you’ll know what a nightmare it is. But that’s exactly how we ended up visiting Bali. Continue reading
Raja Ampat is a paradise for divers but it is no doubt one of the most beautiful places on earth. Here are photos from our journal to prove it. Continue reading