Hitchhiking 600 Kilometers: My First Observations

Hitchhiking 600 Kilometers: My First Observations

“If I saw you hitchhiking, I’d smile and return your thumb’s up, just for you doing such a great job of being a positive roadside influence.”- Jarod Kintz

Simply put, Hitchhiking is when you take lifts to travel between places. It is…Continue Reading

Mangalajodi: Where People Protect Their Birds

Mangalajodi: Where People Protect Their Birds

Situated in north-eastern banks of Chilika Lake, Mangalajodi was a death trap for birds. This quiet and anonymous town was a poacher’s den for illegal bird hunting. Villagers would shoot or poison the birds, which came all the way from Siberia,…Continue Reading

How One Year Of Travel Has Changed Me

How One Year Of Travel Has Changed Me

I once read a post somewhere that most people don’t like to read personal experiences of travel bloggers. Quoting their words, they said “Nobody wants to see you masturbate.” But I feel that you need to have a connection with your…Continue Reading

My Love-Hate Relationship With Berhampur

My Love-Hate Relationship With Berhampur

Travel is very subjective. What one person loves, another loathes. Robin Leach

When I first came to Berhampur 3 years ago, I was mad at myself. Mad for not being able to get into a good college. Mad for not studying hard…Continue Reading

[Guest Post] Mount St. Helens, An Active Volcano in the Pacific Northwest

[Guest Post] Mount St. Helens, An Active Volcano in the Pacific Northwest

Mount St. Helens is known as the volcano in the Pacific Northwest in the state of Washington and often seen from Oregon that erupted in 1980 and caused a lot of damage and nowadays peopleenjoy visiting, reading about its history and…Continue Reading

Gangtok: Of Momos, Monasteries and Monsoon!

Gangtok: Of Momos, Monasteries and Monsoon!

Great things are done when Men & Mountains meet. This is not done by jostling in the street. -William Blake

Gangtok is a place to be during monsoons. The charm and freshness are other-worldly and being a monsoon lover I could…Continue Reading

11 Reasons Why You Should Trek Atleast Once In Your Life.

11 Reasons Why You Should Trek Atleast Once In Your Life.

“Returning home is the most difficult part of long-distance hiking; you have grown outside the puzzle and your piece no longer fits”– Cindy Ross

1) Close to Nature

You will never get any closer to nature than when you are on a trek.…Continue Reading

EyeTonic: Flowers of Sikkim

EyeTonic: Flowers of Sikkim

Deep in their roots, all flowers keep the light–Theodore Roethke

Below is a photo-essay of radiant  flowers which made my day in Gangtok. And I’m sure they will make your day too. 🙂

Just sit back and enjoy.

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