Amidst beautiful landscapes, amazing architecture, gothic cathedrals, colourful lanes, cobblestone streets, ancient old town squares, cozy cafes, and chic looking locals, there is no way you can afford not to look your best while in Europe. It’s a ‘dream come true’ experience for any traveller. Europe in winter is a different affair altogether. It might … More Packing for European winters:- What to wear during off-season travel?
“Those mighty Himalayas! So mighty that you shun your ego and reckon your insignificance. Miles of silence paves a way to hear yourself, the countless curves and vastness intriguing the mystic in you. The beauty captivates and you smile with serenity.” Every single time I visit the mountains, I have this feeling inside me. High … More Munsiyari, a road less travelled in Uttarakhand.
We are so caught up with all the drama around us in between the routines of life that we don’t really realize how badly we ignore the most important thing in life. Ourselves! Do you know what is going on inside that deep mind? How have you been, what are you feeling? Do u still … More Udaipur during monsoon:- A different perspective, almost solo trip!
Ever been in a position where you don’t feel much about something or someone at first, then you gently start sensing something. You keep wondering what that feeling is and before you could realize, you find yourself deeply connected to it and one day you figure out that you have just fallen for it head over … More Romancing the Charles Bridge, Prague.
Traveling to Europe, am sure is something we all have on our bucket list. The beauty in all forms, artistic, romantic, historical, floral, breezy, hilly, gothic, symmetric, colorful with beautiful cafes, fresh bread, excellent coffee, good food, cheese, wines, great beers, and overall a feeling of bliss. As I began writing this post, I started … More Applying for a Schengen tourist visa with an Indian Passport!
Finally, the much-awaited visa arrived today. And as I get ready for my Euro trip tomorrow, I thought I should write and provide information on applying for a UK tourist visa with an Indian passport. Applying for the visa, I must say is the most tedious part of the entire travel planning. It was even … More Applying for a UK tourist visa
Of all my travel diaries till date, I think this one takes a special place in my heart. That evening when I came out of home (Hyderabad) in my pyjamas to have a cup of chai but instead ended up in Mumbai! If you have been reading my posts you must have known by now … More 24 Hours in Mumbai! – The story of how I headed out for chai and reached Mumbai!
Ever been in awe of that private Island and the beach house that Edward & Bella visit in the movie/book – Breaking Dawn -1? I am sure most of the girls know what I am talking about, if not the guys. I wouldn’t say I was a fan of the series but I did watch … More A Secret affair at Rebak Island
They say a bad day in London is still better than a good day else where. “Cities were always like people, showing their varying personalities to the traveler. Depending on the city and on the traveler, there might begin a mutual love, or dislike, friendship, or enmity.” London felt home the moment I landed. … More When London summoned!
There is so much in Puskhar to absorb, its religious essence, the Brahma temple, the Ghats etc.. But my journey isn’t just about exploring the quintessential Pushkar . There is a hymn in the very air of this tiny village. The hippy culture mixed with religious chanting gives you a different dimension given you are in the right mood for it. … More The Chants of Pushkar Sands!