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What type of traveller are you?

So we are coming up to a few trips – first in only 2 wks.  But it got me thinking what type of traveller are you? 283 more words


Fort Rohida 

On the fertile land in the basin of river Neera, exists the once princely state of British India, Bhor. The state, then ruled by Pantsachivs, is now a part of Pune district and is one of the most sought after locations, for historical movies, in Pune. 885 more words


Making of traditional ‘Gurr’ (jaggery) and other quaint experiences…

When I was traveling from DG Khan to Multan, I happened to come across several ‘gurr workshops’. These were small furnaces making fresh ‘gurr’ (jaggery) from sugar cane which is freshly crushed from the small lush green farmlands around. 270 more words


An experiential excursion of utmost places

It was early dawn of Sunday – I was snoring in bed, and sleeping deeply – At sharp 7:30, my phone started buzzing constantly because my colleagues were calling me, reminding me of our visit to Gadani Shipbreaking yard for our last assignment of I am Karachi Travelogues, an exploration of magnificence of Karachi. 753 more words


Scenic Sri Lanka - Hill Country (Kandy)

Hill Country – one of the main reasons tourists visit Sri Lanka. Cool weather, misty dusks and dawns and not forgetting the lush valleys of endless tea plantations. 662 more words


Fort Torna

Soon after starting our monsoon treks, there was one fort constantly attracting my attention. The fort that is giant in size, tall in height and extremely significant in Maratha History. 872 more words