On the timeline of my audiophile journey this one comes after my ‘Soundpeats QY7’ stopped giving the beats in left ear rendering it useless for a complete music experience. With the advent of wireless audio wearables, I am not a big fan of wired earphones these days. But classics do exist in every field that … Continue reading An audiophiles budget favourite, Sennheiser CX180 – Review
A perfect Bali trip is on every travelers wish-list, and with a plethora of options the island has to offer for all types of tourists it would be very difficult to do a cover the entire island on a single trip. Every destination I have traveled till date has some secret recipes, that I research … Continue reading 5 Ingredients to plan a perfect Bali trip.
More often it happens with travel bugs, the destination itself is more exciting than the things to do. An unplanned travel trip can not only lead to drained bank account, but also ruin the image of that destination forever in your brain and your references. If you have three days in one of the most … Continue reading Yay, we are going to ‘Corsica’ but where to stay and what to do ? (Tips and tricks)
The cute little town of Dehradun is much more than just a transit station to Himalayan treks. In this post, I talk about my most happening two days in this town.
Switzerland has not exactly been a cradle of vegetarianism. But, Haus Hiltl, located in Sihlstrasse 28, Zurich holds a Guinness world record for being the worlds oldest continuously open vegetarian restaurant. The place first opened in 1898, is serving amazing vegetarian food, since then...
In recent times, I have come across frequent usage of word 'over-tourism', where the beaches are always overcrowded and you are hunting for shacks to relax on your much planned trip to a destination. I am always on the look out for a more soul soothing experience, where you can sip a drink by a … Continue reading A paradise in Pondicherry
If I were to make a list of the most hypnotic places in my journey from Pepper to Salt, the underground Shiva temple would definitely secure a place in it. This place holds mythology entwined in history.
Although the hidden Gem of Hampi, Karnataka has recently started gaining popularity in the Indian travellers world, it is long known by the hippies who flock India in large numbers as much as to create their own Hippie island on the other side of Tungabhadra river. Hampi is usually identified for its rich cultural heritage … Continue reading How to budget for Hampi without breaking your bank…
Mussoorie, the queen of hills, is one of the most scenic places in India.The experience is further accentuated if you have a hill view with some great food to satiate your soul.A foodie on the quest of one such place, I came across Cafe Tea Totaler on the iconic mall road. This cafe is placed … Continue reading Cafe Tea Totaler, Mussoorie
A few months back I had a chance to visit Surat, a major city in Gujarat famous for it's textile industry. One of the local cuisine on my list was the widely heard 'Surati Locho'. The word Locho in it's most modest terms means a mashup or at large a sticky situation. The nomenclature originates on … Continue reading Surati Locho