Jordan / Petra: Say Hello to the Bedouin Women

Wherever you have tourists, you will have souvenir...

Eurotrippin: Video, tips, and backpack directory!

By Shruti Sharma So, Ajay Jain’s made this huge mistake of allowing me to write about me ‘Eurotrippin’ recently. It’s a huge mistake because I’ve...

Hotel Review: Meghauli Serai by Taj Safaris, Chitwan, Nepal

No matter how many great hotels I have stayed in, there is always another one waiting to surprise and delight at the same time....

Jordan / Petra Tour III: You are never alone inside the...

This is a part of a series on Petra in Jordan (not possible to cover all in one post). The Siq, the passage to the...

Postcards from Thailand #7: The Bridge over the River Kwai –...

There is actually a river called Kwai. It’s in Thailand, at Kanchanaburi located 130 kms (81 miles) west of Bangkok. And there is a...

Off to Kenya – With an Eleventh Hour Itinerary | Wildlife

After years of planning and anticipation, I finally left for Kenya. On October 27, 2015 to be precise. But not before uncertainty till almost...

Jordan / Wadi Rum: A Vast, Echoing and God-Like Desert

Wadi Rum in Jordan offers one of the most magnificent desert landscapes in the world, and was described by the Lawrence of Arabia as...

Just Back From BRITAIN BY TRAIN

I recently went to the UK on a journey by train… some of you have been following the same on social media. While I...

Mongolia: Wilderness Conservation Holiday Adventure – July & August 2016

The Wilderness Conservation Holiday Adventure is a trip where guests travel by horse, climbing mountain passes, crossing rivers and entering the Khentii wilderness, making...

Postcards from Thailand #8: The Death Railway of World War II

The infamous 415 kms (259 miles) long Death Railway is a reminder of one of the worst tragedies of World War II. It was...