Category: Travel

10 Reasons to Travel Solo

My solo travels started when I was studying in New Delhi. During my stay as a paying guest in Munirka, weekends used to annoy me. I did not want my weekends to be about just washing clothes and getting bored. Every day on the way to my PG I cross Rao Travels, a shop that had posters of destinations they...

The Freedom of Locklessness

It’s been quite sometime since I posted here. It is not that I haven’t been writing. However, I have not been getting time enough to post them. But recently when I came across a google result where my blog has been shown as one of the best blogs on travel, I decided to post here more consistently from hereon.  I...

Fountain of Wealth Singapore

Have you seen Trevi Fountain in Rome? Tourists and local visitors throw coins there to make a wish. However, throwing coins has been barred by the authorities. People throw coins at fountains to make a wish and it’s a common occurrence everywhere in the world. But I am sharing something different here. This is our very own Fountain of Wealth...

Sex and Shopping in Siam (now Bangkok)

Suvarnabhumi Airport – Bangkok Sex and shopping – this in general defines a trip to Bangkok for most. For male tourists seeking an outlet of their sexual fantasies, Bangkok is like a heaven on earth. Starting from the Booboo bars and pole dance girls of Pattaya to the paradise of many sensual massages in Bangkok, you can find everything you...

I Could Kill to Live in Adelaide

Yes, the title of this blog exactly expresses my feeling for Adelaide. And I am sure you want to know the “whys” of it. So, here they are: The view from our hotel room. That’s Adelaide Oval Stadium in the Centre of the pic My very first feeling after landing at the Adelaide Airport was very comforting. Reaching down at...

Night Out in Mumbai

I had a great night out tonight. First stop was the IMAX Dome for a movie, followed by 2 ice tea and paneer kebab. Then a drive around to reach our favourite hangout place for dinner. A Cosmopolitan, some Risotto Siciliano and some talk and laughter at the Pizza by the Bay followed. Then some dessert. Then a walk on the Marine...

A Day in Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG)

Watching a match in a stadium is addictive. No screen, regardless of its size, can give you the satisfaction, thrill and excitement of watching a match in a stadium. It is a sin if you are in the same city where an amazing match is scheduled and you are not a part of the real audience. On January 3, 2012,...

Love at first sight – Australia

Sydney Opera House Yes, I know it’s been a few days already and it’s high time I wrote about my trip to Down Under. Many of my blog readers, who are also some of my great friends, are shouting at me for not writing about my trip to Australia yet. The road in Kangaroo Island The reason I wasn’t posting anything...

An evening at Orchard Road, Singapore

Mustafa “This is the first and last time I am here and that is final,” I told myself. Everyone, whoever learnt that I was going to Singapore, asked me to visit Little India, as it is a must visit place in Singapore. Well, I noted the point and decided to visit Little India before I proceeded to Orchard Road. But,...

Solo Singapore – Part 2

The three days of the rigorous ITB Asia Convention left me tired and exhausted. The massive exhibitions in the three large halls of the Suntec Convention Center concluded successfully and I came back to my hotel room with considerable feet pain. All thanks to the continuous meetings, visits to each and every booth,   multiple press conferences and the need...