Misty Afternoon at Jog Falls

I love monsoons ❤ The waterfalls look gorgeous and the surrounding looks like a fresh coat of green has been painted.I managed to chase few of the stunning waterfalls in Karnataka this monsoon and I was thrilled when the plans finally fell in place to visit Jog Falls in monsoons. It was raining hard the…

Bon Appetit: Vietnam/Cambodia

I knew I would be wonderstuck by Angkor Wat. I knew I would love the cruise over the Halong Bay. But I never thought Vietnamese/Khmer cuisine would end up being my favorite ❤ I had even read on the food but never really thought I would end up loving what I tried on the streets…

Chasing waterfalls: Yellapur

You can’t be unhappy in the middle of big, beautiful falls. Western ghats are a delight in monsoons. The mountains are greener than ever with numerous river streams that come into life! The waterfalls are at their glory and one can enjoy them best in the monsoons. The laid back town of Yellapur has quite…

Mesmerizing Bhutan: In photos

Land of dramatic landscapes. Apart from being known as ‘Land of happiness’, the above line holds true for Bhutan. It has been two years since the visit to Bhutan and I have not seen any other place which offers these many stunning views at every turn. How wonderful! Himalayas <3. Without much delay, here is a glimpse…

Favorite places:Singapore

I am not a fan of visiting skyscrapers but Singapore is impressive and had me drooling with its brilliant architecture. I choose to visit this place as a stopover on my way back home and had limited time. Also with storm that had hit the country, I was forced to be choosy about the places…

Beautiful Ruins: Lesser known temples of Cambodia

“Better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times.” – Asian Proverb The magnificent ancient temples of Cambodia leaves you in wonder and amazement of rich Khmer Empire. Cambodia is more than visiting Angkor Wat or watching the sunrise. The complex contains more than 1000 temples and we managed to cover…

Touring Hacks: Angkor Wat

“God is in the details.”- Mies Van Der Rohe Being an Indian means you have had your fair share of visiting temples. And yet when I entered Angkor Wat,I was stuck by its sheer magnitude and brilliance. Angkor Wat was built by the Khmer King Suryavarman II around 1150AD when ancient Cambodia was at its peak and was initially…

Colorful,Vibrant and Chaos:Varanasi

“Benaras is older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend and looks twice as old as all of them put together.”- Mark Twain Anandavana. Benaras. Kashi. Varanasi. One city.Many names. Varanasi is one of the oldest living cities in the world which attracts people of all kinds. Being the spiritual capital of the…

Didupe & Eramai Falls

Monsoons. The time when rivers get new lease to life and flow to their fullest. The time when forests seem to dance under the thundering storms. The time when treks are about sweet earthy smell,tiny droplets on to leaves, ever-changing hues of the mountain and wind in the air. It is also the time when…

Photo Journal:Rustic Spiti

I guess sometimes the fondest memories are made on unplanned adventures.There are times when you prepare the whole itinerary with all the places to check off your list, cuisines to eat and things to try. And then there are instances where you never plan and just take off. So on that beautiful warm morning, I sat…