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Exotic Gringo (Kaushal Karkhanis)

Leading an experimental life as a digital nomad, Kaushal started traveling in 2007 while choosing to shuttle between Goa and Mumbai as ‘home’.

Deal Alert!! Budget Maldives trip under Rs.25K (all-in)

As i write this post, i’m almost tempted to book this sweet deal myself – i just stumbled upon a great flight route to Gan, Maldives for just Rs.15K via Colombo. If you combine...

First time Australia: Discovering Canberra (and how to win a trip)!

Honestly, besides knowing that it is the capital of Australia as a geeky Geography kid, i knew nothing about Canberra until last month, when i was invited to visit Canberra onboard Singapore Airlines’ new...

Opening the ‘doors of India’ – a unique mission!

Travel blogging doesn’t always pay monetarily – it’s more about expression, a way to journal one’s experiences and stories and often fulfilling because it helps others with their own planning and inspiration. But every...

The Business Traveler’s Guide To Delhi

New Delhi has so much to offer to travellers. It’s not only India’s political capital, it’s also the economic and financial centre of Northern India. Naturally, this brings in a huge influx of business...

2 Weeks in Italy, San Marino & Vatican City

Earlier this year, i booked a spur-of-the-moment trip to Italy as a birthday gift to myself! Why did i choose Italy? The first reason was a great deal i found on Kayak – return...

24 Hours in Mysuru: Why it’s my new favorite city in India!

My love for the majestic city of Mysuru was seeded by an unlikely evangelist: my favorite chocolate maker in India…

Dead Sea Jordan: The floating experience

  After a tiring day, i was eagerly looking forward to the ‘floating in the Dead Sea’ experience. Given that our resort was located at the very banks of it – complete with a...

Comfort foods around the world, to ensure you don’t miss home food!

One of the most common questions i get asked as a long term / slow traveller is how i manage to NOT miss home food. I’ll let this post be the answer. Simply put,...