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Getting closer to the Orangutans of Borneo

I absolutely dig wildlife holidays. I feel they allow us to see nature in its rawest and truest form. That sheer combination of awe, fear and joy when you see millions of animals migrating from Tanzania to Kenya, when...

Top 15 Things to do in Bali

Bali! This name is synonymous with honeymoons and romantic holidays among us Indians. To others, it is a great surfing destination, beach holiday, rejuvenating holiday, backpacking trip and much more. This tropical...

Bali’s Lush Green Gunung Kawi Temple: A Travel Photo

For some reason, I have been thinking about Indonesia and more particularly Bali for the last couple of days. The lush greenery, the gorgeous nature (beaches, volcanoes, forests, national parks and more), the smiling...

5 Reasons to go on a Gap Year Holiday

I wrote this article first for Ask Men India “ Here’s How A Gap Year Can Change your Life Forever” and I thought why not share these benefits with my audience too. So, here we go! ‘Gap Year Travel’ is a fairly popular...

Brisbane: Queensland’s Heart Beat

A crowd favorite in the world of international travel, the continent of Australia happens to be one of my favorites too. And my favorite within this favorite is the lovely state of Queensland that offers us everything...

Bhirandiyara: The Embroidery Village of Kutch

You have to love India for keeping its ancient creative traditions alive. For that offers a fascinating perspective in modern day’s fashion and a pleasing experience for the off-beat countryside traveler. One of India’s...

Humans of Kutch: Creativity and Color Overloaded

As someone who has traveled a fair bit in our incredible country, I know that we have creativity laden in every nook and cranny of India. And not simple creativity, but a rich one at that. However, it is quite rare to...

The Chakda: India’s True Jugaad Vehicle

India is full of jugaads and I totally love our creative use of available resources to make things work. And not just work, but admirably too. A case in point is the Chakda, a brilliant and colorful working version of...

A Rustic Walk in India’s Deep South

In our fast paced lives where everything goes by like a blur, I seem to find great solace in quiet, rustic walks during my travels. These rustic walks not only allow me to experience, admire and appreciate the beauty of...

Gujarat’s White Rann: A Must Experience Natural Wonder

This region was once the base for one of mankind’s earliest and most successful civilizations. I am talking about the Indus valley civilization as the mighty Indus river meandered its way into the Gulf of Kutch making...

Dabeli: The World Famous Burger of Kutch

Street food of India never stops to amaze me. Wherever you are visiting in this country, you are never too far away from lip smacking street food. The hygiene might be a bit treacherous at times, but if you have a...

Upcoming Travels: White Rann Full Moon Festival, Gujarat

Happy New Year 2018 to all you lovely people! May this new year usher in lots of happy moments and interesting journeys for all of us!! As mentioned in my earlier blog post where I spoke about my blogging hibernation, I...

6 Simple Blog SEO Tips to Rank Higher on Google

Search Engine Optimization or SEO as we all know it is akin to Greek and Latin for most of us bloggers. Understanding its various facets can leave you scratching your head or might even give you nightmares. But, all of...

Tanzania: The Complete Experience

When you travel to a new location and witness a new culture, you usually get to pick what you’re in the mood for – beach, shopping, wildlife, trekking, people, and culture. This is where Tanzania, in East...

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