Budget travel · Travel hacks & tips

The only post you need to deal with theft while you travel

During dull monotonous routine it is easier to keep a track of your belongings. But it turns into drudgery when you are drifting through woods, sipping beer by the sea or attending a wooing cultural programme in a foreign land. And to make this easier, here is a post you just need. Here are some… Continue reading The only post you need to deal with theft while you travel

Travel hacks & tips

Pro-tips For Being a Traveler From The Man Himself, Christopher Columbus

Christopher Columbus (1451- 1506) This isn’t a new name to hear, who doesn’t know about Christopher Columbus? A lot of us do, but a few only know the story behind him. This Italian man, along with occupying himself in trading, learned to make maps and navigation of ships. This led him to discover a new… Continue reading Pro-tips For Being a Traveler From The Man Himself, Christopher Columbus

Travel hacks & tips · World travel

Here is how you can get more sleep while you travel.

Traveling overseas, but the eventual tiredness is already becoming the nightmare?  I’ve got your back! 1. Pretend you already are in the time zone. Practice doesn’t merely make a man perfect but your sleep too. There are basically two ways to easily get acclimatized to the new time zone. One, adjust your watches according to… Continue reading Here is how you can get more sleep while you travel.

Budget travel · Incredible India · Life in pictures · Travelticles

Kolad, Minus World.

Kolad, just another nowhere, far-close (120 km) to a bustling city- Mumbai. Unreliable (Nil, mostly!) mobile network, just same weather as Mumbai’s but a world apart- that’s what Kolad is. Kolad is mainly popular for river rafting activity. Every weekend people tired of Mumbai’s honks and screeches make their way to splash in river- Kundalika. Kolad… Continue reading Kolad, Minus World.

Incredible India · Life in pictures · Travelticles

To the moon and Satara.

Some 250 km South-East of Mumbai is where you can find this little district, Satara. Satara, to me, sounds like sitara, which means a star. This star twinkles too, but is a kind that sits in a hush-hush corner waving back at people waving at it, smiling. But not the shiny, blingy star like Mumbai… Continue reading To the moon and Satara.