Book Review: K2’s Into Thin Air

By Nimish Dubey Jon Krakauer added a whole dimension to mountaineering and travel literature when he wrote Into Thin Air in 1996, describing the disaster...

Seven reasons why a Kindle is a bookworm traveller’s best friend

We keep hearing and reading about how electronic books (or e-books, as the tech pundits like to call them) will ultimately replace paper books....

Book Review: The book that exposed Mount Everest

By Nimish Dubey For most people, ascending Mount Everest, the tallest mountain on earth, remains the ultimate travel fantasy. For years, Everest had been most...

The Kindle: Some Basic Information & FAQs

By Nimish Dubey Our post on the Kindle's travel-friendliness has led to a number of queries about the device. While we have answered those made...

e-Books: Five Great Travel Books that you can Read for Free

Want to read about travel, without blowing a hole in your wallet? Well, you can do so by just heading to Project Gutenberg (http://www.gutenberg.org/)...

Peep Peep Don’t Sleep – available for iPad, Kindle and all...

Peep Peep Don’t Sleep, the highly acclaimed book on funny road signs by Ajay Jain is now available as an e-book for the Kindle,...

Book Review: Fantastic Premise, Fantastic Journey, Fantastic Book

By Nimish Dubey How do you reach the center of the earth? And while on the subject, why on earth (pun intended) would you like...

Books: The Kunzum Travel List is out – Great holidays to...

The Kunzum Travel List is out. Travellers rejoice. You will now never be short of ideas when planning your next holiday. What is the Kunzum...

A classic travel book reading list

By Nimish Dubey Ask someone about reading travelogues and it is a fair chance that they will head off and start looking for books by...

Great Journeys: Was he the first man to scale Everest?

By Nimish Dubey Most people become famous by being the first to do something. Or doing something a certain (record) number of times. And yet...