I wanted to show myself it’s a wonderful world

I wanted to show myself it’s a wonderful world

Travel can be transformative experience. Alongside the actual trip (the air miles, unfamiliar dorm beds, indecipherable languages and alien landscapes), there’s a more personal journey. Foreign cities, different cultures and liberating getaways are often where we discover things we never knew about ourselves, or do things we never knew we would, or would dare to, back in the comfort and routine of home. Please follow […]

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Truths and Myths about India

Truths and Myths about India

Spending six weeks in India not as a tourist gives me a rank to criticize some false assumptions made by people who never crossed Indian border and are just talking what they’ve seen on tv or heard from the 5th source. And of course confirm some true facts providing ‘been there, seen it, experienced’. Please follow and like us:

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Merry Christmas from Sangli!

Merry Christmas from Sangli!

24th of December 2013, woke up in Samits family house in Sangli, India. +35c, clear breeze and colourful saris outside. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas? Not even close. More like beginning to look a lot like summer holiday when school’s over. But we won’t let Christmas go unnoticed so easy- ‘if Mohammed doesn’t come to the hill, the hill will come to […]

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GOA in Photos, words, and a bonus cheap survival secrets

GOA in Photos, words, and a bonus cheap survival secrets

This post is delayed by a week. Explanation: Goa got me so occupied that laptop was abandoned and forgotten… Please don’t judge. Mumbai- Pune- Sangli- Goa, route leading towards the southern point of our destination, where we can finally tick off the last box of a hardly ending ‘India to do’ list- sea, sun and sandy beaches! Please follow and like us:

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Mumbai Through a Pinnhole

Mumbai Through a Pinnhole

After 28 hour journey we successfully reached Mumbai. Finally! Don’t get me wrong, train journey was very smooth but laying in the same 3 foot square for 28 hours makes your bits and peaces a bit sour. The minute we got out of a train, strong humidity wave hit straight in the face. No complaints here either, as heat was exactly what we were craving […]

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The many sides of Varanasi

The many sides of Varanasi

“Varanasi is nothing but river Ganges and Ghats.”- opinions of most visitors. Please follow and like us:

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Delhi-Jaipur-Agra. Golden Triangle challenge completed

Delhi-Jaipur-Agra. Golden Triangle challenge completed

‘Traveling  is never about money it’s about courage’. I’ve been very far away for a few days but glad to be back into virtual world. And the news are that where we’ve been would shock even those who travelled and experienced effect of poverty before. Worth mentioning Please follow and like us:

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Countdown ends, travelling begins. First impression of India

Countdown ends, travelling begins. First impression of India

Hello everyone. Big news first, I ended up travelling with a friend who was brave enough to jump onboard with me! Welcome to colourful world of adventure Giedre! We left yesterday, 19th of November 2013 route London- Kuwait- Delhi and finally happy to announce that we successfully reached  our destination the following day at 5am local time. The stopover in Kuwait was a soft introduction to […]

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