To leave or not to: Contemplating life choices at 21

In the simple, balmy lanes of a non-metropolitan city, I kept wandering. The dusk colours have already set, just some time more and the night sky will take over the evening glow. The street lights have lit up and the neighbouring uncle is virtually questioning my prolonged presence in the balcony. Three days ago, I…

Are you a travel snob?

Dear Travel Elitists of the society,I once thought I was you and truth be spoken, I actually was.But times have changed and I no longer want to be a travel snob,because after all travel is about happiness, right?! No matter how we chase it.And moreover, this one-size-fits-all ideology is just predated. We all have come…

Your guide to a mountaineering course in India

You name adventure, the sport has it. You name freedom, the sport undeniably has it. You name risk, the sport is non-existent without it. Mountaineering, like many other non-conventional professions, has moved a notch higher since the last few years. From merely a sport, it has transformed into a profession—undertaken only by the more brave-hearted…

Solo Trip to the French Capital of India

When you think of a woman going solo on the roads, images of a hippie human wearing travel-friendly clothes, with a backpack and a camera in hand, hitchhiking in a town amidst mountains strike your mind in the first go. However, the independent and the strong that imagination seems, the reality is a bit different…

Western Gujarat on Wheels

1700 kilometers, 7 days, 4 people, 1 car and a round road trip on the effortless roads of Gujarat. It has always been mountains over beaches and beaches over everything but when it comes to salt marshy land giving majestic views, one has to do it. After giving so many thoughts, reading and re-reading maps…

How to plan a trip on your own!

It’s been 2 months since we completed the entire Spiti Valley circuit and we could not be more proud of ourselves. Because this was probably for the first time when we planned everything on our own, starting from booking tickets to stay to means of transport to everything. Imagine this: It’s a Sunday afternoon, you…

When, Where and What to eat in Indore?

‘The Ease of Living Index’ report released on Monday, 13th August, 2017 by the Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry ranked Indore as the seventh most liveable city in India. This comes after Indore was ranked as the ‘cleanest city’ of the country by the ‘Swachh Survekshan’ consecutively for years – 2017 and 2018. Having…

Kedarkantha – Your Winter Wonderland

“The water in the bottle has passed the liquid stage, we can clearly see ice junks in it. It’s 11 am in the morning and I can feel the heaviness of snow being collected over our tent roof. The wind is still blowing, fast enough to make our tent fly like a bird and still…