What & Where We Loved Eating In Bali

La Favela

How can travel be complete without food? Now that you know where to stay in Bali, & what to see/ do, it’s time for the restaurants we loved. As before, the below eateries are tried & tested! Breeze at The Samaya Seminyak Not many pics of Breeze as the ambience overpowered our senses... The Samaya… Continue reading What & Where We Loved Eating In Bali

Bali Basics

Tanah Lot Temple

Before we headed to Bali, we had a lot of confusion about its geography & location. Was it an island? Was it a part of Indonesia? How big was it? Blame it on ignorance. And, there’s no better antidote for ignorance than travel. Once we’d been there, many contacted us when they were planning their… Continue reading Bali Basics

Beat the Heat!

jeolikot, village, kathgodam, nainital

Come April & the Sun starts its mercilessness on the hapless souls of the National Capital Region. Right till September, it becomes a matter of hot, very hot & unbearably hot. In these six months, at least one getaway is needed to cooler environs. Jeolikot morning enveloped in mist Aren’t we thankful that the Himalayas… Continue reading Beat the Heat!

KHAJURAHO – A PHOTO-LOG

Can't help falling in love...Nandi - the gate-guardian deity of Kailasa Madhya Pradesh must be the most underrated tourist destination in India. The centrally-located state has nature, heritage, & art. Yet, we neither hear much about it nor see family & friends visiting MP. We ourselves were oblivious of all that the state has to… Continue reading KHAJURAHO – A PHOTO-LOG

Cruising Along The Indian West Coast

2,500 KMS. Nine days. Three travelers. A Toyota Innova. & the Indian West Coast!

The Journey, The Traveler

surabhi, dd1, bada imambargah, lucknow, india

It is not just about travel; it is also about the thoughts that rush to me when I travel...

As The Steam Blows

We waited, impatiently, for the weekend to arrive.

My Gangtok Chronicle – Chapter 2

Excitement would be an understatement to describe my state of mind...

How Chandratal Cleared My Muddled Head – Part III

Santu was neither the schooling kinds nor was he keen to follow what his forefathers did...

How Chandratal Cleared My Muddled Head – Part I

Do I sound crazy if I say that I enjoy my time getting to the destination more than the destination itself?