A Ridiculous Road Trip To Thailand

1,212KMs. 3 days 2 nights. Kuala Lumpur to Thailand. A really crazy road trip…. What an adventure it was! I can assuredly say now that it was the mother of all road trips for… Continue reading

The Temples of Angkor

One of the most hauntingly impressive place I’ve been to has to be the majestic Angkor Wat. The pull that it has is just tremendous and is truly something that I can’t seem… Continue reading

Our Travel Pact

Me and my two good friends, Pari and Vino, made a pact in 2013. A pact to travel together at least once a year for as long as we can. As long as… Continue reading

Ho Chi Minh City

This blog is way long overdue. 1 year and 5 months to be exact! So, me and my two good friends made a travel pact. And so on the wonderful month of September… Continue reading

What Not To Miss in Boracay

So here is a quick list of what Not to Miss in Boracay. Here’s my earlier post that details my experience in Boracay. (all not in order of preference): Places 1) White Beach; 2)… Continue reading

Boracay, Boracay

So, finally I made it to the one country that I was quite keen on wandering to but subconsciously stayed away from. A country that somehow feels isolated from the South East Asia… Continue reading

The Ridiculously Ravishing Rottnest Island

Really, what a ravishing island Rottnest is! I’m very much a beach bum and I can easily say that Rottnest is truly one of a kind. It’s one of the most unique and… Continue reading

Bangkok, the City of Royal Palaces

Bangkok, a city so wildly adventurous that it’s filled with extremes of colors, drama, beauty, tradition and even sadness. It’s a city that answers every different findings for each and every seeker. It’s… Continue reading

Munnar, The Hill Station of Kerala

The elevation alone will make you feel closer to heaven 🙂 I had a fantastic time throughout the days I spent in Munnar. Mix of thrilling adventure, rich cultural experience, some TLC moments… Continue reading

Kandy, the Capital of the Ancient Kings

Kandy is the second largest city in Sri Lanka. It was the last capital of the ancient kings’ era of Sri Lanka, hence the title. The city is famous for tea plantations and is situated… Continue reading