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What are the Must Visit Cities in Italy?

What are the Must Visit Cities in Italy?

Europe has certainly become one of my favourite places to visit in the world, there are so many special places and Italy is definitely one of them. It is home to some fascinating cities that are well known for their art, ancient ruins, beautiful countryside and more. If you’re planning to visit soon this guide offers great insight into some of ... Read More »

Solo Travel – Why I do It, And Why You Should Too

Solo Travel – Why I do It, And Why You Should Too

I was 22 years old when it first struck me that I could actually, realistically journey to places I’ve never been. I realized I could do this on my own, with my own money, and lead whatever life I wanted to (even if only for a few days at a time). That moment was my tipping point! I’m borderline commitment phobic – people ... Read More »

6 Offbeat Things to Do in Auroville

6 Offbeat Things to Do in Auroville

Auroville and Pondicherry are rapidly rising in the charts of popular travel destinations amongst the Indian youth. This could possibly be a result of the outrageous ‘French connection’ propaganda of the Pondicherry Tourism board, and the never-ending barrage of pictures taken in front of the same bright-yellow walls of famous buildings in the French quarter. Having said that, the travellers coming to Pondicherry ... Read More »

Digital Nomad Lessons: What I Learned from One Year on The Road

Digital Nomad Lessons: What I Learned from One Year on The Road

2015 was a very strange year for me. I began the year in great enthusiasm. Quit a superb job late in 2014 [Read: How I Quit My Job to Travel the World NOT!], to take up an assignment in a small heritage town in South India, and I thought things would just fly on from there. Only, as has often ... Read More »

Why La Digue Is Truly ‘Paradise On Earth’

Why La Digue Is Truly ‘Paradise On Earth’

There are some places on earth that catch you by the scruff or your neck, pull your head back, pour a pint of your favourite beer down your throat and then while you’re still trying to recover from the happy high, cast a spell on you that will change your life forever after. My experience with La Digue – the ... Read More »

How I Quit My Job to Travel! NOT

How I Quit My Job to Travel! NOT

I’m neither ashamed nor proud of it, but when I look back at the past few years of my life, I find it incredible that I spent an entire year after graduation, doing absolutely nothing but working my ass off to blisters and drowning myself in a blur of alcohol induced frenzy on the weekends! I blew up virtually all my money shopping ... Read More »

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