Contests

Contest: Win a trip to New Orleans

The WorldNomads Travel Film Scholarship is back! If you are a 18+ novice film maker (non-professional), you can apply to win a fully paid trip to New Orleans and be mentored by film maker Briann...

food, USA

Foods i loved in the USA

It’s no secret that one of my top reasons to travel is my love for good food! On my first trip to the US, all i knew about American food was pizza, hamburgers and...

Portland, USA

The Food Trucks of Portland

Portland has a really friendly, community spirited and geo-responsible vibe to it. Besides the plethora of foodie options, it also has some of the most authentic, locally run coffee shops. Visiting Portland was definitely...

train, USA

Blast from the past – Virginia City, NV

Super energetic Kim had made plans for us to visit nearby Virginia City just a day after her wedding. Not to be confused with Virginia state, this is a quaint little town in Nevada...

USA

Beyond the Grand Canyon

After a totally sober 2 days spent in Las Vegas with Dru and his family (sigh!), we drove from Vegas to the Grand Canyon. I was simply expecting a big gorge which would be a...

USA

First thoughts on New York City, USA

Made it to New York City / The USA!  The primary agenda of my visit here is my oldest pal Dru’s wedding. But being my first ever trip, I had to visit my dear...

USA

Happy 4th of July, America… Cya next week!

Writing this blog post exactly 10 days before i head there, after finally receiving my 10 year visa! My oldest pal from school is getting married and his fiancée is helping me make secret...

Culture Shock in Brazil

Brazil, tips

Dealing with Culture Shock in Brazil: How to blend in!

The supreme advantage a desi person has, across South America is the ability to blend in with the help of some basic Portuguese (Brazil) and Spanish (all other countries). Besides that, use these nifty...