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The other side of Diu- Vanakbara Port

Decoration of ship, Vanakbara port Diu fish market

Huge wooden ships were lined up at the harbor. Some were hoisted from the sea and resting on the shore after a long, tiring sail. The muscular fisher men were yet not released from duty and they were scrubbing the ships to remove the green layers of seaweeds.

A month of travel and the marks it leaves behind

Chaukori Kumaon Mountains

These tiny droplets on the windowsill- Oh! I miss the mountains and the mist all around there, now even more. It has been raining incessantly last few days, but now I realize how much I miss the far away Mountain rains which can only quench my travel thirst and ensnare my soul with its magical spell.

Incredible experiences of Spiti

Spiti, Landscpae. Photography, Photography tour to Spiti

Key Gompa or key monastery is no lesser than a miracle which is now more than 1000 years old. Being sacked, attacked by different warriors and nature repeatedly, the monastery is still standing strong in its full glory.

Goa, the yachting destination of India

Nothing can be more romantic and cozy than getting into a luxurious yacht. Being privately owned, there is always a sense of exclusiveness to it. It is not just about having a wedding in a yacht or going on a honeymoon.

Offbeat things to do in Goa

Raia Villa Goa

For those of you who have been here before and for those of you who are yet to visit, here’s a list of things to do in Goa that are off the beaten track, far from maddening crowds and more akin to the real treasures of Goa.

My 2016 travel wish list

Mount Bromo Indoneasia Tourism

I have some amazing plans for Christmas to spend time with my three little nephews. I have plans to be a good Santa and buy some pretty gifts for them. It’s so exciting that I would experience Delhi winters (and pollution) after a long time. I can’t wait to relish the Delhi cuisine and its famed street food. In this excitement, I don’t want to forget about my ‘wish list’ for Christmas, and it’s rather a long one.

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