Da Nang is a city where magical realism exists. What makes it special is the chastity in its culture and the geographic diversity that is just so innate, yet so credulous!
In the colossal topography of forests, buttes, coffee plantations, monasteries and narrow roads trying to find their way from one suburb to the other, there lies an unusual aura of carefree, yet jovial disposition in Coorg!
The Harishchandragad trek is intimidating, and certainly not the easiest one; but the experience is perhaps one of the most surreal one!
The renowned English poet, William Blake, famously said: ‘Great things are done when mankind and mountains meet!’ Hands down, without a dispute, Bir-Billing holds up to that reputation!
Hong Kong is a concoction of contrasts – it is home to a skyline that is a vertical exhibit of glass and steel skyscrapers graced in a spectrum of neon lights, and yet retains the chaste culture of a city silhouetted against the quiet, serene, nonchalant hilltops!
A place of enormous cultural, economic and financial influence in the country as well as globally, Barcelona stands today as one of the most important cities on the Mediterranean sea. The Gothic architecture, the mountains and the sea make for a unique and vibrant city.
A sprawling desert, a bustling fishery, sandstone cliffs and a beach. In a country known for its rainforests? Surely not!
The Land Down Under is the land of intrigue. Australia due to its geographical proximity to the rest of the world always comes off as a country with an X Factor, something different to what you’ll find across the mainland of Planet Earth!
Mysore is an impeccable blend of everything – the dosas, the coffee and the desserts, street shopping in the Devaraja market, and sightseeing that you would most certainly cherish for the rest of your life!
Set among the vast plains of south India, Hampi has a certain presence – a personality, a charisma, as one might say, put together in form of rubble, remnants and records!