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The Annual Pilgrimage – Gastronomic Delight – Day 3

The drink days, the hung over mornings and the hippie beach kept us company on Day 1 and Day 2 of the. The next morning our tongues were craving. This time around we needed a culinary delight so lead us through the morning and build up for the rest of the day. During to brainstorming session, one of the guys… Read more →

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The Annual Pilgrimage – Day of ‘Travel’ – Day 2

The naive traditions end with a rock solid hangover from Day 1 and the conses is usually reached and the mopeds ready and waiting outside the hotel room. This is the day where not everybody feels like drinking. So we make the most of it and ‘travel’ or ‘experience’ Goa as a lot would say. We just go to a… Read more →

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The Annual Pilgrimage – Goa – day 1

There is a sense of satisfaction when you move out of your daily routine and travel to India’s Vegas if I may say so. Goa is a place where everybody has something new to experience. Whether you are sane of insane, this is the place to be. Over the years I have encountered various characters here indulging themselves on the… Read more →

The grape deconstruction day – A visit to the Sula Vineyard

In the religious and spiritual space that Nashik provides amidst the banks of Godavari river where the Kumbh Mela which is the largest congregation of humans is held, the Tryambakeshwar temple or Shirdi Sai baba temple there is a surprising spurt of vineyards in the vicinity. Nashik since time known was famous for grapes and its production. Here most of… 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 →

Zakynthos – Perfect gateway to Greek Islands

There was dual excitement in the air. Honeymoon and Greece. The combination with itinerary I made, somehow gave the gut feeling that the following fortnight is going to be blissful, relaxing and a cornerstone in course of relationship with the wife. Mumbai – Istanbul – Athens just went by in a jiffy because of the expectation and speculation whether Greece… Read more →

The package deal – INDIAN RAILWAYS travel – part 2

The spillage of the overflowing emotions and the thoughts of writing the post on Indian railways had fallen here in the as the part 2 of the series. In part 1 I spread out my views on how as children we loved the fact that bookings were done well in advance before the trip, the butterflies that I get before travel, the… Read more →

The package deal – INDIAN RAILWAYS travel – part 1

A casual discussion with a friend and a tweet from another prompted this post. Its been a long time since I actually travelled long distance by the Indian Railways. Flying now is more preferred as  time is saved and you could work for a day or two more and take fewer offs. The railways is by far, for the best… Read more →

Bungalow 9 – a hidden gem in the alleyway

An evening was planned with friends to watch a play in Bandra. I don’t know whether it was luck or not but the play got cancelled and we had a lot of time in our hands. After looking for various options in and around Bandra, I went through my Zomato bookmarks, this revealed, bungalow 9. I remembered a friend praising… Read more →

Indian and Vegetarian Tourist.

As a tourist, being a vegetarian sometimes is the biggest hassle. To accompany that ‘Brown’ skinned people are usually looked upon in a certain way. Over the years, travelling with fellow Indians and vegetarians, I have realized that we have specific needs and requirements. Plus the tourism industry is growing, Indians are taking to travelling more seriously. Thus, Giving me… Read more →