Travel Stories

Woke Hostel, Arpora, Goa, India

This Time Last Year – a Year in a Snapshot

I know, I know! I have not written anything for really a long time. But, in my defense, there was so much happening in my life that I just didn’t realize how time flew. Here I will try to summarize last one year of my life – not sure if words will do justice to my experiences, but I will try.

Khajuraho Shiva Temple, Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, India

Solo Trip to Khajuraho (Part I)

Known mostly as home to Kamasutra temples, Khajuraho is much more than just that. Infact erotic statues on temples account for hardly 5% of total statues

the Cathedral of Santa Maria, the Basílica de la Virgen de los Desamparados, and the Palace of the Generalitat, Valencia, Spain, Europe

Googled in Valencia

Valencia has given Spain its most popular food which is now available in variety of forms across the country. All I can say – Valencia is Charming.

Mushroom Sandwich at Rocky's Cafe, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, Himalayas, India

Best Cafés in Manali

Cafés are an integral part of experiencing Manali, especially Old Manali, and they were lot more than just cafés to me.

Jungfraujoch, Swiss Alps, Switzerland, Europe

Journey to the Top of Europe

Switzerland known for its beautiful alps is much more than just those. Yes, this beautiful country is on must visit list of almost every savvy traveler or tourist.

Prague, Czech Republic

Picture Perfect Prague!

Prague or Praha is so different from any other European city with its colorful architecture, charm, and monuments around the city. I was on a family vacation in Prague after travelling solo for about 20 days in other European cities.

Grote Markt, Market Square, Bruges, Brugge, Belgium

Sweet Little Brugge!

Many canals, historical city center, and off-course chocolates, beer, and fries all make Brugge a traveler’s paradise. The entire historical city center of Brugge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and its landscapes are just to live for.

Marine Drive Mumbai

My First Solo Trip – Journey of a lifetime

I was one of those people who never thought that travelling solo could be fun, and always said “nonsense” whenever I heard people say that solo travel changes you. Believe it or not, it surely does. Well! at-least it changed me and this new me was noticeable to people around me too, when I was back.