Category: Inspiration

Prejudices < The world and it's people

Rain poured over the gabled roofs of the stilt houses in Inle lake, Myanmar. As our colourful boats bobbled up and down in the impending storm, I stood on the wooden…
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Heroes of the Road: An Ode to the Drivers of India

The downpour was incessant. At Kinner Camps Sangla, Pawan Soni was visibly perturbed. He was on tour with Doreen D’sa, and while the terrain of Kinnaur was challenging anyway, today…
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Iceland : Where dreams are a reality

There are places you see recurrently in your dreams. Sometimes bizarre experiences with a deja vu feeling. There is a connect and you cannot explain what it is. There have…
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The Magic: Travel inspiration

It were the clouds, I swear. The fluffy white clouds soaked in the sunset at Fagu floating over the mountains like magic. Spread over as far as I could see.…
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Goodwind Riding: Bikers with a mission

Travel teaches.  It broadens perspectives, facilitates cultural exchanges, breaks barriers and those trillion stereotypes we nurture in our minds since forever. But travel saves lives too. While my social media…
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The Joy of designing Vacation homes

When I was a kid, I always wanted to stay in a treehouse. Growing up on Enid Blyton's Famous Five was reason enough for me to fantasize a vacation, cuddled…
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The To-do list :)

Its been a week since New year ( well almost) and the quirky wanderer has her list of to-do's in this year. A small peek :) 1. Travel. And more…
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