I avoided Goa for a long time, travelling the length and breadth of India on several trips, but never making it to the vacation hot-spot known for beaches, sunsets and parties. And when I finally did, I fell in love with it. I loved the atmosphere, the many clean & serene beaches, and the chilled out vibe it was always known for. Also see: Thailand’s Maeklong Railway Market Subscribe to my Youtube channel, for more travel videos.
I’ve done quite a few treks in Uttarakhand. But this time, I was off to Panchachuli Base Camp, located in Darma Valley, at the end of eastern Kumaon region, in Uttarakhand. Darma Valley turned out to be my personal favorite in the entire Uttarakhand. I liked its setting. Small towns were periodically placed, every few kilometres. The valley was continuously green, and occasionally colourful. The many waterfalls that came my way, were also no less appealing. Here’s a 3 minute ode to my journey into Darma Valley and towards Panchachuli Base Camp. Also See: Concluding Video Of My 9-Day Solo Road Trip To Spiti Valley Subscribe to my Youtube channel, for more travel videos.
Visiting the ruins of Angkor is in every traveller’s bucket list – whether or not they have one. They were the first thing I saw in Cambodia, and man, I was spellbound. So without saying much, I kept capturing bits and pieces in a video camera – and now this is what I’ve got. A 3-minute video of my visit to the temples of Angkor. Take a look. Also see: Thailand’s Maeklong Railway Market Subscribe to my Youtube channel, for more travel videos.
I recently did a 15-day trip to Thailand. And I think it is a great country to travel. Safe, cheap and culturally beautiful. Those who travel to Thailand often find it to be a favorite destination for a multitude of reasons, and I am no different. From food, to its nightlife to its people — I loved every bit of it. Here’s my concluding video to a rocking Thai Trip! Also see: Thailand’s Maeklong Railway Market Subscribe to my Youtube channel, for more travel videos.
It’s sad how so many people travel to Thailand, and after visiting a few night bars, shopping malls and islands, they think they’ve seen it all. You can find them almost anywhere else in the world. That is not the real Thailand. But perhaps this is…. A daily food market, running on the railway tracks. Publicly known as Maeklong Railway market, it is one complete unique thing about Thailand. Also see: Concluding Video Of My Backpacking Trip To Thailand Subscribe to my Youtube channel, for more such travel videos.
During my very recent 9-day solo bike trip to Spiti Valley, I camped almost every night. This helped me to keep my budget under a good control and stay away from the most ‘sought after’ tourist places — as I had the security to have a roof at night, no matter where I go. Here, a quick time lapse of my temporary dwelling (on day 8) in making. Pretty neat, eh?Location: Chandra Tal (about 4,300 m above sea level) Also See: Concluding Video Of My 9-Day Solo Road Trip To Spiti Valley Subscribe to my Youtube channel, for more travel videos.
It takes a certain amount of madness to drive on Spiti Valley’s uninviting, mesmerizing landscapes. And to do it solo, you need to be more than just mad. When I decided to drive through this unfamiliar terrain – home to one of the ‘world’s deadliest roads’ – my sole intention was to see Spiti’s natural vistas and experience local and indigenous cultures.Here, a 2-minute video of my very recent Solo Bike Expedition To Spiti Valley. And brace yourself for many such journeys to come… Also See: A One Minute Video Of My Camping-Site-In-Making, In Chandratal Subscribe to my Youtube channel, for more travel videos.
It has long been said that travel “broadens the mind”. And I totally agree. Travelling familiarizes us with new philosophies, strange and crazy ideas. For me, it is much more than just jumping through time and space. It is a meditation. A reminder for I AM ALIVE! Join me on Youtube, for more travel inspiration. And be a part of my journeys!
When in Hampi, you experience a difference sense of reality. A reality, which dates back its existence thousands of years ago. I’ve seen remote towns of Laddakh and the isolated mountains of Bhutan but the kind of unfamiliarity this place made me feel was, by far, unparalleled! Follow me on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Subscribe to my Youtube channel, for more travel videos.
India’s own Wild West, known as the Northeast, or as every geography textbook informs, the Seven Sisters – is no less than a heaven on earth. From natural beauty to its rich culture – this part of India has it all. And I find myself lucky to travel this idyll and experience its different tastes and colors in an unforgettable way. [Also see: Hampi – A Journey Back Into The Time] Subscribe to my Youtube channel, for more travel videos.