As I travel to more places in Kerala, I get more and more amazed to find that the place really has everything. In my previous visit to Kerala, I was amazed to find serene and tranquil beaches. On this visit, I discovered that it has the most untarnished hill-stations as well. And, no, I'm not… Continue reading You haven’t seen all the hill-stations of India, if you haven’t seen this gem.
This weekend I finally made the long overdue visit to Agra. Despite being in Delhi for the past three years, I hadn't ended up visiting the Taj Mahal. Its one of those monuments which you know you must see once in your life, but if you live in India, you just feel that it will… Continue reading 10 things no one tells you about the Taj Mahal
For some reason, whenever I've thought of Kerala, I've never thought of it as a beach destination. Houseboats & backwaters, yes! Dense forests and wildlife, yes! Hill-stations, yes! But, beaches? Not really. Well, it seems like all of my preconceived notions are slowly getting shattered. On my last trip to Kerala, I came across the… Continue reading Instead of going to Goa multiple times, check out these untarnished beaches in Kerala
When we think of white-water rafting in India, usually we tend to think of the Himalayan rapids in Rishikesh. However, during my second visit to Kerala, I was pleased to discover white-water rafting on the Tejaswini river, which runs through the Kannur district in Kerala. The river flows from the hills in the Western Ghats,… Continue reading What my experience of white-water rafting in Kerala taught me about rafting
If you're dreaming about tropical islands, Bali is a place where you'll get everything, from beaches to great street-shopping to volcanoes to yoga classes and lush forests. I'm already missing it, just thinking about it! Till you go to Bali though, there are some things you may not really know, and this is meant to… Continue reading 10 things you may not know about Bali