Why are there so many stray dogs in India?

On one quiet and peaceful evening, i was watching the sun set from the Palolem beach in South Goa. I had a young girl from England and guy from Germany for company. While we three were being mesmerized by the view ahead, We see a big dog running in our direction, he stops a few … Continue reading Why are there so many stray dogs in India?

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South Goa in pictures

South Goa is known for its majestic shoreline, peaceful atmosphere, clean beaches and breathtaking sunsets. As the number of tourists there is less compared to the northern part of the state, another benefit of visiting South Goa is beautiful pictures of the shore with almost no crowd. Here are a few images i took during … Continue reading South Goa in pictures

IN CONVERSATION WITH ‘The Mountain Boy’

A blockbuster Bollywood film ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’ introduced the Indian youth or rather popularized the concept of trekking in the Himalayas. Thanks to the film, adventure tourism continues to grow in Uttarakhand. To be honest, there is nothing quite as magical as a trek in Uttarakhand. The industry has provided a number of employment … Continue reading IN CONVERSATION WITH ‘The Mountain Boy’

HIMALAYAN ECO-CAMPUS FOR COMPASSIONATE AND SUSTAINABLE LIVING

It was a sunny winter morning. Sitting at the porch of cozy café in Chougan (Bir, Himachal Pradesh), sipping their trademark lemonade, I was watching paragliders land. A fellow traveler whom I had met just 2 days prior to this day was deeply engrossed in reading a book. She had undertaken a challenge to finish … Continue reading HIMALAYAN ECO-CAMPUS FOR COMPASSIONATE AND SUSTAINABLE LIVING

15 Quotes by Dalai Lama to Live By

Recently, on my trip to a northern state of India, I visited a number of monasteries and schools which introduced me to Buddhism. I had heard and read about Buddhism before but never got an opportunity to come face to face with it. While I was trying to go deeper into it, I stumbled upon … Continue reading 15 Quotes by Dalai Lama to Live By

Walking Through the Streets of Amsterdam — Ships Wake

Awe amongst us hit critical levels during Rotterdam approaches. Not explicitly for Rotterdam to be honest, but for Amsterdam too! It’s really sad when a choice between two awesome is to be made due to time constraints, but we all have a thing for the badass, don’t we? Amsterdam was at arm’s reach and we … Continue reading Walking Through the Streets of Amsterdam — Ships Wake

Things Not To Do When You Miss A Train / Flight To Your Next Holiday Destination

Last year during his very first Himalayan expedition, Ankit Masrani missed the train to Delhi from Mumbai. The expedition was planned months in advanced and Ankit missing the train could have tossed their entire itinerary. The group he was traveling with had already reached mid-way to Delhi and now Ankit being left behind, they were … Continue reading Things Not To Do When You Miss A Train / Flight To Your Next Holiday Destination

Sanah’s Guide to Copenhagen

What comes to your mind when you think of Copenhagen? Of course you think of the colourful houses, the cycling crowds, Danish beer and Scandinavian architecture. Copenhagen is that and much more! Earlier this year, I came across a splendid opportunity to travel to the beautiful city of Copenhagen and got to explore the city … Continue reading Sanah’s Guide to Copenhagen