6 days of Winter in Himalayas – Solo 1

6 days of Winter in Himalayas - Solo
Facebook Google+ Twitter The Beginning: Before starting the travelogue I would like to introduce myself a little. Describing myself I am not the one zipping and speeding at 120kmph. I respect machines and believe motorcycles are best when it comes to explore places. It balances the fuel and fun well. I term myself as budget ...

Auli – A 2000 Mile Solo Trip #TWC 1

Auli - A 2000 Mile Solo Trip #TWC
Facebook Google+ Twitter I threw a dart and my next destination was chosen. Auli, a remote Skiing destination in Northern Uttarakhand. I had secured myself one weeks’ leave from office and I started my trip from Mumbai with an evening flight for Delhi. From Delhi I took the overnight AC sleeper bus for Rishikesh. I stayed at Divine ...

Offbeat Ladakh: Timeless Tales of Turtuk #TWC 10

Offbeat Ladakh: Timeless Tales of Turtuk #TWC
Facebook Google+ Twitter It was just another day as I awoke to the crisp thin air caressing my hair like a silken scarf. With this new day dawned a new energy as I looked forward to explore the barren browns of Ladakh. Today was special, for this was an escape from the shackles of mundane ...

A Hippies’ Guide to Varanasi 4

A Hippies' Guide to Varanasi
Facebook Google+ Twitter There are places where you need to look for a place to get high, and then there is Varanasi. You might be wondering a little as to where on earth there is such a place in the holy city? Well, I can list down for you a list of such places where ...

Decrypting The Lost Tribes Of Himalayas: Twigs for Tweets! #TWC 2

Decrypting The Lost Tribes Of Himalayas: Twigs for Tweets! #TWC
Facebook Google+ Twitter As I unrolled the map of Ladakh, my eyes were certainly intrigued by the quaint little village of Dah-Hanu, nestled on the rugged cliffs of Batalik region. Unlike the insipid, Spartan, cold-desert-like landscape of Ladakh, these villages in the Southern foothills along the quiet Indus river wear a lush green colour with a riot ...

The Ultimate Hippies’ Guide to India – 15 Hotspots 3

The Ultimate Hippies' Guide to India - 15 Hotspots
Facebook Google+ Twitter The sixties is a thing of the past but thankfully, the hippies aren’t. These vibrant and peace loving folks are still around, celebrating and ‘tripping’ on life the way they like it to be. The hippie culture and influence has been present in India for centuries, now. They’re still living it up ...

Bhangarh Fort – Haunted Stories and Incidents For A Short Trip! 28

Bhangarh Fort - Haunted Stories and Incidents For A Short Trip!
Facebook Google+ Twitter Bhangarh Fort in Rajasthan Located at the border of the Sariska Tiger Reserve in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, Bhangarh Fort is a 17th-century fort, infamous all over India for being the “Most haunted place in India“. Because of the numerous ghostly experiences and happenings in the fort premises, villages have sprung up ...

Surfing in India: Hotspots and Guidelines

Surfing in India: Hotspots and Guidelines
Facebook Google+ Twitter India has a coastline of about 7,500 kms which includes the islands. Waters of India are already popular for hosting a variety of adventure sports such as rafting, kayaking, parasailing, river crossing and many others. One such upcoming sport is Surfing in India. Some pointers you might want to take care of ...

A Hippie’s Guide to the Parvati Valley 16

A Hippie's Guide to the Parvati Valley
Facebook Google+ Twitter Before you step in the aura of the Parvati Valley, it is difficult to presume that tranquility and peace can waft through the air. Well, the Parvati Valley circuit is the perfect brew to calm an agitated soul. The crisp mountain air, coupled with the delicious Israeli food, with the smell of burning ...

Gokarna: Offbeat beach destination for the weary 9

Gokarna: Offbeat beach destination for the weary
Facebook Google+ Twitter I honestly didn’t even know about Gokarna till a couple of months back. While sitting in office and slogging my way through boring excel sheets (by the way my office is one of the best places to work) the name of Gokarna popped up when I overheard my colleagues talking about the places ...