10 best places to visit in Maharashtra

Over the last couple of years we have taken three road trips across Maharashtra, covering the Konkan coast, parts of the Western Ghats and the Mumbai – Aurangabad sector. In this post we put together a list of the best places to visit in Maharashtra, some of which are well known, whilst others are more offbeat….

Our travel goals for 2018

Where are you travelling next ? This is probably the most common question when we meet up with friends and family and from our followers after a long break and we are almost always at a loss to answer this! The truth is our travel plans are usually very free flowing and we make maximum use of the…

Some of our favourite moments of 2017

Looking back on a year that’s been exciting, challenging, rewarding and full of fun new experiences! Read on to know about our favourite moments of 2017

Why travelling in Bihar is a challenge. (And no, it’s not about safety!)

The first question most people ask us after a trip, when we’re back after weeks on the road, tired, sometimes a little bedraggled and always with mounds of laundry, is ‘how was it’. And the answer, almost always is a spontaneous ‘great’, followed by stories of people and bus rides, yummy food and stunning monuments,…

Roadtripping through the ‘other’ Goa

We take you on a trip through the ‘other’ Goa, driving through forests & backwaters, and exploring villages & Islands with centuries old Portuguese villas.

Why I love (and hate) travelling with my spouse

Hoshner and I met on a Tiger Safari in Pench in Madhya Pradesh over a decade ago. It was a common friends’ birthday and 10 of us came from three cities across the country to celebrate our friend,  go tiger spotting and drink. We mostly talked about our shared interests in travel and exploration. He…

How we travel India on Rs 2500 a day!

How on earth do you travel so much ? Isn’t it Expensive ?! It’s a question we get asked all the time and part of the reason we are writing this post is to debunk the myth that travel is expensive. What if we told you that we travel on just INR 2500 / day…

Punjab’s Princely Past, Part II: A Moorish Mosque in Punjab

Over a century ago a young flamenco dancer caught the eye of a well traveled and intellectual young Indian prince and against all odds ended up marrying him. The fascinating story of Anita Delgado, a barely literate Spaniard and daughter of a cafe owner, is well documented, and is the stuff that fairy tales are…