During those recession times, just two days before Obama taking oath as 44th president of USA, I landed into USA in Bellevue, Washington state…Read More
Farmers’ markets are a phenomenon in California. The goods on sale are very similar to the day shifting bazaars (a.k.a Som Bazaar, Mangal Bazaar,…Read More
Had it not been for the book, Outlook Traveller Gateways (on HP), Naggar would not have happened. Books are still much much superior as compared to host of blogs and websites. Online forums, at best, are good for an “occasional tip” and that too happens cause people speak about the content which is quite recent. Books need to re-published. The Outlook Traveller Gateways (on HP) which I referred to was published in 2008 and two years down the line nothing much had changed….Read More
Few days back , my cousin came form Dehradun to Delhi just to enjoy his college holidays. Every year he comes once to Delhi….Read More
Then we ate the worlds best “maggie noodles”. Nowhere, repeat nowhere can there be a better display of Indian ingenuity… nowhere…Read More
Jana tha Japan pahunch gaye Chin – its all about timing! A well planned first anniversary hiking trip to the Machhu Pichhu booked months…Read More
The Planning for this phase underwent many refinements. Golden Temple was a must and a absolute central to this part of the trip. However,…Read More
The last time I visited Vrindavan and Mathura was around 3 years ago. This time again I got the chance to visit the holy…Read More
It was a plan – conceived (craftily) & debated (doggedly) & executed (expeditiously) at the shortest notice. During the summer holidays, while we suffered…Read More
PART I : Leh Trip N ALTO …. Yup!! — Part I All this part of the country is higher than the Zozila, the…Read More
Hawaii (Oahu Island) Part 1 Day 3: Hiking Diamond Head Crater, exploring Iolani Palace and the University of Hawaii at Manoa. On day 3,…Read More
This was the best part of the trip. THE COMPLETE FREEDOM to go anywhere, anytime. I felt like a true ghumakkar OR had my ghumakkar ahaa moment!!
I confess. I did pat on my back for having made the road trip plan, in my car, and not tied it up via air / rail transports.