10 Awesome Day Trips from Athens You Need to Experience Once in a Lifetime

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The capital city of Greece is a bustling city with an active nightlife and at the same time a city rich in history dating back to the 5th century BC. Athens is the best home base you could have to … Continued

Bhutan Travel Guide: Your Handbook of Travel Tips

posted in: Asia, Bhutan, Cities, Culture, Heritage, Nature, Tips | 57

Kuzo Dzangpo La! Hello from the Land of Happiness – Bhutan. With its gorgeous valleys, calming monasteries, bright colors and truly delightful people – it is not surprising to find Bhutan on almost everyone’s bucket list – even the ones who have … Continued

Phobjikha Valley: Silence of the Black Mountains of Bhutan

posted in: Asia, Bhutan, Heritage, Nature | 72

Have you ever experienced the silence of a land – when the only sounds that you hear are fluttering prayer flags, call of the birds, the tinkle of the prayer bells and the soothing calm of gushing water? A silence … Continued

A Merchant trail along Rampuria Havelis of Bikaner & its neighbors

posted in: Asia, Heritage, Rajasthan | 67

Frenzy! That is what I felt when I visited those small lanes of the uber-rich merchants of Bikaner. The “fear of missing out” – FOMO was running high as I walked the lanes from Rampuria Havelis of Bikaner to Kothari … Continued

Experience Slow Travel with RCI Vacations

posted in: Asia, Beaches, Heritage, India, Nature, Stays, Tips | 29

My recent adventure with the nature trails of Wayanad left me quite refreshed and invigorated. It wasn’t just about spending the therapeutic time with nature. It was also, because I took it slow. There is no doubt that slow travel … Continued

Saluting the Heroes at Kargil War Memorial at Drass

posted in: Asia, Culture, Heritage, India, Jammu & Kashmir | 38

I have been saving this post since my visit to Kargil last year during the Ladakh trip. For one, this has been a highly emotional visit – not just for me but the entire troop. The Kargil War Memorial in … Continued

Agra Fort: A prelude to the famous Taj Mahal

posted in: Asia, Heritage, India, Uttar Pradesh | 52

It had been several years, rather over 2 decades that I had visited the Red Fort in Agra – popularly referred to as Agra Fort. Naturally, when an opportunity presented itself in form of Agra being a pit stop on … Continued

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