Boracay Island

Boracay Island – Perfect Beach Destination

Boracay Island – Perfect Beach Destination   I have to start this article with an honest confession, the last time I had been to Goa is 2001 on a college trip and yeah it has been 17 years I haven’t been to Goa which is just 500kms from my home in Mumbai. Should I be embarrassed? Yes. A little. Not …

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The Chikmagalur Roadtrip – A Photo Story

The Chikmagalur Road Trip A Photo Story   Being a traveler it has always been fun traveling solo or with a bunch of like-minded souls. This trip was one of those getaways where we had cars, motorcycles, the tar road, hills, highways, chai (no biriyani), rain, waterfalls, photo shoots, sleeping in tents, sweaty helmets, dance performances at 3AM and more. …

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El Nido – 5 Things to do in El Nido Palawan

El Nido – 5 Things to do in El Nido Palawan Palawan is one of Philippines’ best island destinations. With the recurrent list of greatest island or beach destinations in and out of the province, Coron and El Nido heap the points for the top spot and best Palawan getaways. But if you are travelling to the north of Puerto …

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Fratelli Vineyards : Tasting Heaven in a Glass

Fratelli Vineyards : Tasting Heaven in a Glass It was hot outside, the roads were a bit dilapidated for at least half of the total distance from Pune to well-named village Akluj and although I knew that I am a nonchalant drinker satisfied with the kick of beer, whiskey and sometimes rum, I still decided to try what they call …

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Datsun redi-GO Smart Drive Auto

The New Datsun redi-GO Smart Drive Auto   I love challenging myself— it’s satisfying I guess. Like in a puzzle, the satisfaction comes from the “A-ha!” moment, when all the pieces fit– challenges bring along the “I did it” kind of sensation. I sort of pine for this feeling; it fills in as an impetus – pushing me to move …

Memories From Assam: Dibrugarh, Guwahati & Pobitora

Memories From Assam: Dibrugarh, Guwahati & Pobitora   We all hate it when something that we do or do not do upsets a friend. And there are occasions when the friend is just throwing a tantrum and you cannot do much but try and ease your buddy up!  In continuation to the post on Meghalaya, as promised, I will now …

Driving Amongst Clouds : A Brief Road Trip In Meghalaya

Have you ever been stranded in a jungle on a rainy night? If yes, well I’ve recently joined the club. If no, then do this. Imagine yourself on a jagged staircase; there are trees as tall as the buildings of metro cities around you. Close your eyes, and open it slightly once in a minute. That’s the moon peeping out …

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Roshni Sriranga – 30 Countries before turning 30

30 Countries before turning 30 – By Roshni Sriranga As I sat in a corner of a cafe at McLeodganj, reading “Wild” by Cheryl Strayed, I noticed a young girl excitedly patting the cafe owner’s dog. The innocence and the happiness reminded me of my younger self. My earliest memories are on a train, when I was around 5 years old, …

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Denmark: Meandering Through The Boulevards Of Copenhagen

It seldom happens that you visit a place which is so complete in itself and so comfortable in its own history that it facilitates an intricate blend of its old self and modernity. Copenhagen presents a view to the world that is at once evocative of its past and instills a sense of dernier cri in its spectator. That’s the feeling …

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Bhutan: A Sojourn Through The Magical Kingdom

  Bhutan, I stood there bathing in scanty sunlight, on a fiercely cloudy day, while I couldn’t hear even my thoughts as the winds cleansed every bit off me. The ringing of tiny bells, the wildness of the prayer flags, a lady in a Kira with a basket and her dog, climbing down the trail amidst stupendous mountains, and a …