The best way to reach the Lod Caves is to rent a scooter or a bike. At the entrance, there is a ticket window where one needs to pay the entry fee and a fee for the guide who will show you around. You can not do the tour on your own. Yeah, whatever. … More Lod Caves, Thailand | Feeling Tomb Raider
This beautiful trek takes you through some breathtaking landscapes and introduces you to the local life in countryside. Tea gardens, cauliflowers fields, unsure buffalos and ever-so-smiling locals – this trek is just as precious as the whole country of Myanmar; unspoilt, respectful and worth visiting!! … More Kalaw – Inle Lake Trek | Magical Myanmar
As I was planning to enter Myanmar by land, I found out about the four land crossings from Thailand – Mae Sot, Mae Sai, Phunaron and Ranong. Out of all these four, Mae Sot/Malwaddy is the most trouble-free entry point. … More Thailand To Myanmar – Crossing The Land Border
Here you will find delicious Tibetan food, Buddhist monks chilling in beautiful cafes, quiet walks throughs the forests, cheap and affordable accommodation and lots and lots of momos!! … More Your Essential Four Day Itinerary in Dharamshala
It touches you deeper than you think it does and makes your senses vulnerable to all sorts of emotions. You hear everything, you feel everything, you can taste those emotions, you see yourself free from all sorts of responsibilities, obligations, judgements, sufferings and everything that makes you a stupid human being. Yes, you achieve THAT level of surrealism. … More Downhill Mountain Biking : Ladakh
Indians have always, for various reasons, tried to “play it safe”. They have somehow lost their will to go to extremes, take risks, test the waters or do anything out of their comfort zone. India, once the land of warriors and adventurers has somehow become the land of comfort-seekers and artificiality. This is exactly why they need to start traveling … More 5 Reasons Why Indians Need To Backpack
Kochi is located in this beautiful state of Kerala, India and it is in ever sense, beautiful. It is clean, peaceful, full of friendly people, culturally rich and historical significant. Kerala boasts about its 100% literacy rate and Kochi looks like it’s been built and being managed by sensible and educated people. Beautiful churches, serene beaches and amazing food; Kochi has everything. … More Top 5 Things To Do In Kochi – Rookie Travel Diaries
Mud houses, green pastures, open plains surrounded with snow covered sandy mountains and that huge-fuckin-lake surrounded by even more beautiful mountains. We couldn’t ask for anything better. Nobody can ask for anything better. That was nature as its best. She pretty much outdid herself with all that craziness. … More Pangong Lake Trip – Mother Of All Road Trips!
After spending a month and a half in Arambol, I realised that I actually like that place. There is this certain vibe in that place which keeps you guessing that why does everyone here looks so happy. Drugs could be one of the reasons. But, other than that, it’s also the prices of alcohol in Goa. It’s super cheap!! … More Drum Circle, Goa | It Doesn’t Get Hippier Than That!
this chain of “cheap and affordable hostels” called Zostel emerged in India, which, according to me, is basically Chicken McNuggets wrapped in plain Dosa. It’s trying to offer something of a fusion but is basically just shit… … More How Zostel Is Everything That’s Wrong With Indian Backpackers