All You Need to Know about Hitchhiking in Romania

Hitchhiking is as dangerous as crossing roads in India, eating street food in Asia, getting run over by a speeding car, a black crow shitting on your ice-cream you are enjoying sitting on a bench in a park. The point is in perspective. What is not dangerous in the present world anyway. In this post,…

Romanian Hospitality: Experiences So Far

When we travel to a new place, our immediate concerns are the local people. Are they kind? Will they fool us? What if I do something wrong and offend them? We all know such fears. Let’s read what happens when you are in Romania.

A Cycle Ride from Kochi to Alleppey

When I entered Wayanad from Ooty, I had no idea that I would fall so much in love with God’s own Country that I would even buy a cycle to travel slowly in this state. This idea sprouted in Wayanad and on 26th January I ended up buying a cycle from Kochi. A friend of…

What I learnt in 6 Months through My Travel Experiences

I have learnt that there is no perfect way of living. No soul is complete, none is full of void. There is no right time to do something you love. Perfect health,  right moment will never come. You’ll never be completely ready. A bit of courage and a lot of passion is what will make…

My Hitchhiking Experiences with Punjabi Drivers

Punjab overwhelmed me with its hospitality. I can’t thank all the people enough who made me feel like the part of a world where goodness still overshadows evil. I have made friends with a few truckers who still call me to know how my journey is going on and when I would visit Punjab again….

What Solo Budget Travelling Has Taught Me

It is best to travel when you are young, energetic, and not bogged down with responsibilities. You get to learn new things every day and enjoy some of most rewarding experiences of your life. All the great people in the past have been travellers. Vasco da Gama, Columbus, Gautam Buddha, King Ashoka, Mahatma Gandhi, Che Guevara and many more – they were all great travellers before they revolutionised their societies and rewrote history. I believe that whether you wish to change the world or begin with changing just yourself, travel lies at the root of it all.

Munsiyari: A Day with the Himalayas

Today, I trekked for 28km. Well, I’m in the hilly town of Munsiyari which is in Uttarakhand. Sharing with you all about the great day I had today. I woke up at 8 in the morning, it was a bright sunny day and the temperature was 5 degrees. I decided to trek to a nearby…

Why I Travel Solo and Why You Should Too

It is the fifth month of my solo traveling. In these months, I have received a lot of messages asking me why I travel alone. Don’t I get bored? Not only my followers but my friends ask me the same. They say they like the concept of traveling but don’t understand how it is fun…