Honeymoon trips are usually meant to be lengthy affairs, and keeping up with the tradition in what emphatically turned out to be a “dream holiday” for us, we decided to cover Greece and Italy on an 18 days itinerary. After… Continue Reading →
Monsoon is generally the season I most associate with books. Earlier, in my childhood, I used to curl up in my nook with Agatha Christie or Arthur C Doyle and be oblivious of the sticky humidity that forbade us to… Continue Reading →
According to the Condé Nast Traveller Reader’s Travel Awards 2016, Jaipur seems to be one of the most favoured tourist destinations of India; and it really breaks my heart to admit that it’s true, because there are so many other worthy competitors and… Continue Reading →
Why the hell do you need a typewriter? A couple of months back while rambling along the cobbled streets of Rome I remember coming across an old lady walking down the other side of the street. The first thing I… Continue Reading →
Nestled in between the tiny Cycladic Islands of Tinos and the uninhabited Delos, Mykonos is an idyllic Mediterranean retreat for the beatnik traveller. Freckled with pristine sandy beaches and clear, azure waters of the Aegean sea, this Cycladic island combines its… Continue Reading →
For most young people, life as they imagine, ends at 29. The dreaded thirty is the hallmark of change – jobs, engagements, marriages, babies, wrinkles – you are supposed to have them all beside relinquishing a few others like parties, booze,… Continue Reading →
I promise you, no self aggrandising report or pompous jargons to make you productive. Just a simple invite - come and explore my world with me. I will be travelling the world, writing reviews, making up stories, taking photos and do my best to be a lifer-blogger along the way. Once or twice a month you’ll get an update with interesting tidbits. Go ahead. Make it official!