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Cool Cafes In Varanasi

Cool Cafes In Varanasi

Even if you don’t have a single religious bone in your body, Varanasi (or Benaras as some still lovingly call it) calls for a visit. A visit to see and experience the rich character that one of the oldest cities in the world exudes from every inch and corner. It is impossible to capture the […]






Nagaland: Hits And Misses

Nagaland: Hits And Misses

Exhausted, hungry and dust laden. That’s how we reached Kohima, capital city of state of Nagaland, at about 5:30 pm after a treacherous two hour ride from Dimapur and additional eight hours from Shillong, in a rickety shared taxi.   ** The sun had already set and it was quite dark. There were no electric bulbs […]






Travel is not just about leisure…

Travel is not just about leisure…

  Off late, I have developed this strange interest in visiting places in the so-called ‘off-season’. Discounts  are definitely one of the reasons, when travelling out of India. When travelling within the country, other than the obvious reason of beating the crowd, I feel it helps me get a more real picture of the place. […]






A Week In Shillong

A Week In Shillong

The capital city of Meghalaya, Shillong offers a perfect mix of old world and modern charm. Tucked away in East Khasi Hills, this city offered a much needed respite from continuous travelling, through gruelling road conditions in much of the rest of North-East. The Shillong travel circuit can easily boast best roads, connectivity and tourist […]






Nagaland: A Photo Essay

Nagaland: A Photo Essay

I travelled to Nagaland in April. And yes, it is not the month preferred for traveling. For most, travelling in Nagaland is synonymous with attending Hornbill Festival near the state capital Kohima in the month of December. I think I will need a completely new post to discuss and explain why I chose to skip […]






Bhutan: Entry Routes For Indian Citizens

Bhutan: Entry Routes For Indian Citizens

  Locked away towards the Eastern end of the Himalayas is this pristine country called Kingdom of Bhutan. Culturally Preserved and Happy are two terms that will define this country and its people best. In spite of its proximity to India, not many Indian tourists seem to be traveling to this country yet. And when […]






Pushkar: Of Scams and Cool Cafés

Pushkar: Of Scams and Cool Cafés

  For anyone living in Delhi and slightly interested in travelling, doing a classic Jaipur-Ajmer-Pushkar trip on a bike or in car is a must. And I along with some friends of mine did it too in our small car. Not that we expected any great scenery on the way, but we were just excited […]






Homestays Decoded

Homestays Decoded

Today, a ‘homestay’ is a much commonly used term than what it was 7-8 years back, when, I first opted for one on my travel to Kerala. Travellers are increasingly experimenting and looking for authentic and local ‘experiences’.  ** Back in 2007, a home-stay was not much heard of. In fact it was possible to […]






Destination: Dhanaulti

Destination: Dhanaulti

This little village nestled amidst oak and pine forest came as quite a surprise. Dhanaulti is at a distance of about 60 kms from Dehradun. It is on the same route as Mussorie but just 3-4 kms short  and one needs to take a detour and turn right from JP gate and drive straight on […]






Bhutan: Quirks And Secrets

Bhutan: Quirks And Secrets

Who would have thought this remote little landlocked Himalayan kingdom could offer some seriously quirky and novel experiences which can not only surprise you, but will make you simply fall in love with the country. ** My list may not feature in any guide book or travel agent’s must-dos, but I think these are some […]






How to Tell You Have Grown As A Traveller

How to Tell You Have Grown As A Traveller

  I was just sitting today and wondering at all my past travels and realised how my taste for travelling has undergone a tremendous change. I certainly feel more evolved and confident when travelling now, than 8-9 years back when I started. I no longer wish to carry my world of comfort with me when […]






Ten Things To Do In New Zealand

Ten Things To Do In New Zealand

** The list is definitely longer than just 10. But this one, in random order, is based on my own travel experience about a month back. I have to plan a year long holiday in New Zealand to probably prepare a list of 101 things to do! ** 1. Wine Trail In Motueka And Marlborough […]






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