The Road Less travelled – Cesky Krumlov

I could hear my heart beating I could hear everyone’s heart beating, I could hear the human noise we all sat making, not one of us moving, not even when it was all dark. There is magic in the air, making you forget the long Read More …

Unraveling Malana : Drugs, Myths and Legends

9500ft. above sea level lies an enchanting little tiny hamlet on the slopes of the Himalayas surrounded by the pine trees . By now most people would be familiar with Malana.  It would not be an exaggeration to say that Malana is one of India’s Read More …

Why you need to travel solo once in your life

“In the end we only regret the chances we didn’t take” Solo travel sounds fun, doesn’t it? Once in your life you’ve got to try it. It’s not for everyone but you got to try it to find that out. Solo travel isn’t as easy Read More …

City of Angels : Budapest – Eurotrip

Traveling leaves you speechless then turns you into a storyteller You know the best thing about travelling alone, you can be whoever the hell you want to be. You can be the shy guy you think you are, or the crazy guy willing to lose Read More …

Vienna – The city of Museums : So it Begins

The moment I landed in Vienna, I knew this might not be the land of my ancestors but I can certainly make it one for my descendants, ask for an asylum, marry a beautiful girl here and have Anglo Indian kids. Kidding aside, let me begin by saying Read More …

EuroTrip The Beginning – Building the fantasy

“Time is not going to wait for you to live your life, all you need is grab your bag and let go”  – some wise ass It’s been a week and I still can’t get over the hangover. Writing this just brings the pain to Read More …

Wandering in Old Manali – SoloTravels

By now everyone who is a traveller (not tourist :P) knows the place to be in Manali. Now Manali isn’t the hill station where you can look to find peace, buzzing with people and swarming with unimaginable traffic, which seems like a big turn off the Read More …

PatalSu Peak – So Near and Yet So Far

There are good treks there are bad treks and then there are ****** treks. You might think I am kidding but I am not. Every trek has its own story, its own milestones and the most important its own bloody terrain. So let me be Read More …

That feeling at the Top! Chandrashila God’s Abode

“Climb mountains not so the world can see you, but so you can see the World” — by someone who reached the top Day 1 Nearly two months after my trek to Triund, I again had that niggling impulse to find my way into the Read More …

Trail to Triund – A Lone journey to the Himalayas

“It’s all about taking a leap of faith and hoping you grow wings while  you are falling.” For starters let’s just say travel often inspires the writer and the poet inside you. I always thought, “What is wrong with people? They travel one time and they Read More …