Life’s an open road and we are traveller. We travel from this end to that in search of something we desire to accomplish. We travel to explore. We travel to experience. And thus, life’s full of such experiences and one has to develop an instinct to enjoy such pleasures. I always tend to find such moments in everyday regular life. Be it a long train journey or a walk to
Travelling is a wonderful experience and travelling with your friends and your loved ones gives travelling a different dimension. Traveling with friends is probably a dream for everyone. Be it a trip after exams, after completing graduation or even after to take a break from the hectic schedule of corporate life, a bunch of friends often plan to visit for few days. Planning such trips is always an amazing experience.
Travelling offers so many things to cherish. The beautiful among them is reading. Reading while travelling is among the best passes people often do. While in airlines, you will be offered magazines to read, you need to get them for yourself in buses or trains. The vendors at the bus stands and railway stations have got hundreds of magazines on travel and tourism. And you only want to buy one
When we visited Kathmandu, we had no information about the place. We didn’t plan; we didn’t make any schedule of visiting places, which we should have done. It short the trip to Kathmandu was all a hit in the dark and somehow I was able to make it. I had my phone but it wasn’t working in Nepal. And so was with my other friend. No access to internet,
Most of the time, my journeys (especially short term) are unplanned. I usually don’t sit and schedule them as I am always not sure if I will be stretching myself for them. However my long term journey (from Delhi to Kathmandu) was too an unplanned event where I had mixed situations of trouble and pleasure. Considering how I plan to travel, it’s always I sleep with no plan and next
I have been writing about food and travel for just a few days and started to analyze my ways on this special domain. What attracts me the most is how culture is connected to the food and how people enjoy eating out, in restaurants, dhabas, café and all other eateries? For me it’s a fun to visit places and watch everything live. From kitchen to table, food has always been