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Roadblocks in the way of long term travel

Over the last few months I have been reading up on long term travelers. The idea grips me, but that buck pretty much stops at that. I read and follow people who have traveled 40 countries on the trot or 100 countries in their twenties. I want to do that, I definetely want my passport tattoed with immigration stamps. The… Read more →

Milos – Architectural pause in the lap of nature

The chance to travel to Greece was gleefully accepted by us. There is no better time to travel to travel to the Greek Islands than on your Honeymoon. Here you can find the perfect combination of a trip where you can relax, have a bit of water sports, indulge your self in food and alcohol – and all of this… Read more →

Rann of Kutch – Leg 2 – Dholavira – History and Geography lessons

The journey so far took us through jams, national expressways, amazing lunches along the lake and to top it all, a fun filled wedding. We truly did befriend the highway¬†and now we were very comfortable with the tarmac. With the wedding party send back to Mumbai, we were the kings of the free road, or as one of us put… Read more →

The scot and whiskey capital – Edinburgh

For almost a year, I was based out of Newcastle upon Tyne, where I was studying at the Northumbria University. Edinburgh is only 3 hours away from there by train and there are ample numbers from Newcastle as it falls on the London – Edinburgh route. The short train ride transports you to a different world. A place which feels… Read more →