In my post ?5 Best Solo Travel Destinations In India? I mentioned places that are suitable for easy and comfy solo travel in India. Today, I?d like to talk about some more places in India that are also quite apt for travelling alone. Before I... -
We zipped through valleys of green grass pastureland dotted with belled cows and time worn churches topped by onion-domed steeples. Golden hills lined the valley in a blur of rich autumnal hues and deep evergreens, while lightly dusted distant... -
Photo courtesy of Visit MesaOne of the things that I miss most about Arizona is the desert landscape.I never realized how special it was to be so surrounded by nature on a regular basis. Weekend hikes, drives up and down the 101 freeway, even... -
I always wanted a long trip in Europe, keeping in mind that I already visited some countries. Moreover, I wanted to feel the travel \'\'print\'\' as I would train myself for a Trans-Mongolian journey.Today I am back with a post on how to... -
Years ago when I traveled, one of the first things I did was book my hotels. It just seemed natural; without a reservation, after all, where would I stay" I think a lot of of people, maybe most people, travel this way.
The Rainbow Motel in... -
I have returned home from my wonderful circuit of the North Coast 500 and so have I returned to blogging. I apologize for the couple weeks off -- I traveled with family and decided to prioritize that time -- but I did not forget to document my days... -
So hereâ€™s a fun (and perhaps slightly unbelievable) fact about me and my travels: even though Iâ€™ve spent more than 7 months collectively traveling in Europe in the last three years, I always seemed to skip over Switzerland.
Yes, I know about... -