Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital, is a vibrant, noisy city. Packed full of history, palaces and temples, it is also within touching distance of Nepal’s premier attraction, the Himalaya. Nepal may have had been hit by a devastating earthquake but that’s not what Nepal is all about. Almost 4 months ago, on 25th April 2015, Nepal was hit by a devastating earthquake with following aftershocks, with its … Continue reading Nepal.. Still Beautiful and Mesmerizing !!!
Why do we all travel? To relax, to rejuvenate, to experience new things, to meet new people or to find new meaning to your life? Well. For me its basically everything mentioned above. But, on my recent trip to Vienna,when I was driving to Wachau region for a wine trail experience, something bad happened and the plan got cancelled and came up a new plan … Continue reading Apricot Harvest – Wachau Valley
Here’s my ultimate Cape Town Shopping Guide to the best little arts and crafts shops in the Mother City. There are numerous souvenir shops around the major Cape Town attractions and you will encounter many craft stalls when you stroll through the main tourist areas of the mother City. Then you will find many craft markets which will offer many different styles of souvenirs for … Continue reading My Cape Town Souvenirs.!!
For all the adrenaline junkies, if there is one thing you must add to your bucket list, it has to be shark cage diving with Great Whites! After all, it is one of the rarest opportunity to view these incredible monsters of the deep in their natural habitat. Shark cage diving in South Africa has grown greatly in popularity and there are now a number … Continue reading Shark Cage Diving In Cape Town..!!
I always have a soft corner for Amman. Amman, capital city of The Hashemite Kingdom Of Jordan, was not only the first Middle Eastern city I visited, but also the first ever overseas travel on my own (A well converted business to leisure trip). Even after seeing many European & Asian countries now, somehow Amman always draws me back, with its unassuming air and pleasant … Continue reading Jordan .. The Peace Country of Middle East..!!
I arrived in Amman on a Weekend and there was one more day to start my work in office. I didn’t want to lose that opportunity, so I went ahead and booked a hotel cab for Mount Nebo and Dead Sea trip. And what could have been better to begin a trip than a sumptuous middle-eastern breakfast at my hotel Imperial Palace Hotel. This was … Continue reading Mount Nebo & Dead Sea.. A Day trip
There are no two thoughts about London being one of the most expensive city in the world. Where a decent cocktail doesn’t come under the price tag of 8 pounds, taxi rates are more than double the standard rates and hotel rates are not worth the mention. But still, there are quite a few ways to see London on budget. While through the range of … Continue reading Travel London On Budget
Alright, so you are getting stern looks from the locals. May be its time when you check your “Not-to-do” list for that city. Perhaps I can, from my personal experience, can guide you for few should not be done by tourists when you are in LONDON. 1. DO NOT stand on the left on escalators. Yes as a mandate, you should always keep the left … Continue reading What Not To Do In London!!!
It was Thursday evening when my phone beeped and there was the plan to Palande ready for me. The plan was already there and I had to be a part of it when I didn’t even know what actually Palande is because even the Google was showing the results of Palande Courier Service in Mumbai. So it’s when I asked my friend I came to … Continue reading Trip to Palande Beach
For the 6th consecutive year, Vienna was ranked as the number one city with highest quality of life in the world, surpassing 230 cities all over the world. What can be the better time to visit the city 🙂 Vienna used to be terribly old-fashioned. Its broad, sweeping boulevards are as grandiose as anything in Paris, but the atmosphere in its corner cafés was generally … Continue reading Vienna :: In Pictures