Check out this interview I took for Ms. Travel Bee; While we are busy jotting down the names of exotic places in our Travel Bucket-List, there are do-ers like Roshini Sharma who are busy living their Travel Bucket List. Roshni Sharma, everyone, is that one lady that stirred the concept of Solo Woman Travel in… Continue reading Roshni Sharma – First Solo Indian Lady Biker Who Traveled from Kanyakumari to Kashmir
While you curl up in the backseat of your car, roadtrippin’, the rolling hillocks of the Western Ghats would exhibit their own conspiracy of captivating your senses. You’re captured so that it feels the hit of marijuana right straight to your cranial nerves. You peep out of the window of this moving car, as your… Continue reading Mumbai-Shirdi Enchantment
Alibaug brings to me a picture of Arabian Nights, mainly Aladdin on his magic carpet drifting through the wind, above Alibaug’s rocky, sandy shores, and dense woods. Perhaps he did. The christening of this lazy town was done after a guy named Ali, a rich Bene Israelite, who owned many plantations of mango and coconut.… Continue reading Alibaug- The Land of Sagas and Ocean of Quietude.
1. All of India, accumulated. Delhi, is the capital of India and it manages to mesh all of its diverse ethnicity with a big heart. The States Emporium has showrooms of different states, offering the very essence of their folk. States Bhawan are different official buildings, which apart from being official, have canteens serving the… Continue reading Top 4 reasons to pack your bags and fly to Delhi, right awayyyy!
“Who doesn’t want to travel the world?” I said, adjusting the tight gears of my tattered car, heading home. This is indeed an involuntary reply to someone who says, “I would love to travel the world”, which here was blurted my dear friend Chandni, who smothered herself with enormous amount of food stuffed into her… Continue reading A solo female backpacker guide.