Dum Aloo, potato cooked whole on slow fire with lid on, is a staple to Kashmiri cuisine as Dal Lake is to our beautiful valley. To think potato had not reached Indian shores until 1830 and very unlik…Continue reading
The most remote and difficult continent to visit – the ultimate travel adventure.
‘They say you cannot go to the Moon, but you can go to Antarctica.’
I read that line somewhere online …Continue reading
A blog on Antarctica is long overdue as it is almost a year since I landed on that white continent way back in December 2017. Therefore, here is the first part on my travel to the continent from India.
I love travelling solo, as I…Continue reading
Granada is one of the most wonderful cities in Spain that celebrates its Moorish past and has preserved the flavour of that era and architecture.
It was initially not on my list when I planned my trip to Spain thi…Continue reading
It has been two weeks since I got back from Kenya and I am still nursing the bad flu that I contracted after I got back to India. All the vaccinations which I took before this trip did not work on the strong ‘Flu Bug…Continue reading
Warning: Long Post Here
It was a sunny hot May afternoon and I was sipping my green tea in my cafeteria as I bumped into my colleague. “Where is your next holiday?” He asked.
Knowing my obsession with travel, I …Continue reading
If one asked me about the best thing about Barcelona that I liked, I would easily skip those beaches, pubs, and monuments to say it was my visit to Picasso’s collection at the museum. A true art lover that I am and w…Continue reading