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5 Best Road Trip Routes in India

5 Best Road Trip Routes in India

Not all those who wander are lost – J.R. Tolkien Not one  truer thing was ever said by Mr Tolkien in spite of all the fantastic work he’s done throughout his years of service to English literature. One of my favorite things to do as a traveler is to set off on impulsive, spontaneous, expansive and erratic road trips.  Be ... Read More »

Wanderlust – A Way of Life

Wanderlust – A Way of Life

Very recently, I got my first tattoo done – a childhood desire that kept getting put off for one reason or the other! When I eventually decided to dive right in and get it done, it didn’t take me long to figure out what it would be. I wasn’t sure how I’d like the experience – would it be painful? ... Read More »

Trek to the Edge of the World – Lohagad Fort

Trek to the Edge of the World – Lohagad Fort

Chatrapati Shivaji Raje Bhosale was a Maratha warrior from the 13th century! The guy managed to piss off every single mighty Mughal ruler in his time and carved out a unique place in history books for himself and his Mavalas! Reading about his daredevilry, his life and admiring his persona was my favourite part about history class at school. Ever ... Read More »

Playing The Guide in Goa

Playing The Guide in Goa

There are perks about being from Goa – the best of which is obviously the fact that you get to visit this amazing place more often than most others would. The downside is the fact that when you eventually make a trip to the place with a bunch of first-time visiting friends, you’re expected to play the gracious guide effectively. ... Read More »

Stairway to Heaven – Trek to Kondana Caves

Stairway to Heaven – Trek to Kondana Caves

Some of the greatest joys of a corporate life are hidden within the weekends; One such recent getaway took me to this amazing little place hidden from the hoard and unknown to a good portion of the regular trek groups. Kondana Caves are a bunch of ancient Buddhist caves carved out of rock somewhere in the region of 200 BC ... Read More »

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