El Palmar

Solo Travel – The Fearless, The Photos & The FAQ’s!

While telling people that I often travel solo, the first response I have often received from them is "Solo? Isn't it dangerous? Don't you get scared?" Yes, solo travel is quite intimidating because you will be in a different place, away from home, all by yourself and sometimes you may not know anyone there beforehand. You need to take care of yourself, you have to manage things by yourself and...
Goa beaches

Offbeat places in Goa as recommended by a local!

Who hasn't heard about this little paradise called as Goa? Well everyone has! Needless to say everyone dreams of visiting this party heaven for at least once in their lifetime. Be it with friends, family or solo,  Goa is a place which makes it to every person's bucket-list. Not just the Indians, but Goa is quite popular even among the foreigners & hence people from all over the world...
plaza de espana seville

Seville city travel guide: the best city to visit in Spain!

If you have ever wondered why city of Seville is on the list of every top traveler visiting Spain, then you need to know Seville is quite a charming city. There is magic spread in every tiny corner here. You must be thinking what kind of magic am I talking about? As soon as you start exploring Seville you will understand that it does make one feel immensely happy. I cant explain it simply it...
Generalife Alhambra Granada Spain

Alhambra in Granada: The most visited spot in Spain!

So I finally made it to one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Granada i.e. Alhambra. During my explorations, I had heard so much about this magnificent palace standing tall over the hills of Granada that it automatically made it to my bucket list. So much has already been spoken & written about this citadel yet words fall short whenever I try to describe the blissful feeling I got during...
how to save money for travel

How I started saving money for my travel adventures (Psst! You Can Do It Too!)

I am sure many of you must have clicked on blog posts which talks about how one can travel for free. They say that if you enroll here or apply there you or do this, you will travel for free. But hey do you really think so that it is that easy? If really traveling was free, do you think people would right now be working in their small cubicles? Obviously not! No one would. In fact, I feel...
Pablo Picasso & me

Malaga: The City of Picasso!

Malaga is literally a city for the history buffs. As simple as it is, if you love history then you will love Malaga. But at the same time, if history is not your subject then you won't end up liking this city that much. While travelling across Spain, I met quite a few Spaniards and as I mentioned that I'd be going to Malaga, they immediately had a weird reaction on their face with questions...
Ronda Puente Nuevo

Puente Nuevo – The bridge for which I headed to Ronda!

Have you ever seen an image of a destination and thought to yourself that you would explore the destination one day? I am sure you have done that. Infact, I am sure that you still do it now and then. Also, imagine actually going to that place and seeing it for yourself. Something similar happened with me. I came across a photo of this bridge somewhere on social media and all I could go was...
nerja

Nerja – A day trip that took me by surprise!

Nerja captivates you with its mesmerizing beauty. It is a small town located in the South of Spain, in the Costa Del Sol region and also is quite near to the big city of Malaga. Nerja is a popular tourist destination and it remains to be the 'Unspoiled Town' in the Costa Del Sol region. They have their own set of ground rules with respect to the color of the buildings and the height of building...
Streets of Cordoba

Weekending in Cordoba!

Cordoba, located in the southern part of Spain on the Guadalqiver river, is a city in the Andalusian region having fascinating architecture, beautiful white-washed walls and tiny cobblestone streets which makes you feel like you have jumped back years into history. Cordoba was roman settlement in its earlier days and later on in the 8th century, was colonized by the Muslim armies and was made...
marleshwar temple

Find out what I discovered in Marleshwar, Maharashtra now!

Marleshwar is a small town located in the District of Ratnagiri almost 1.5 hours away from the main city of Ratnagiri. Thousands of people visit here every year to pray in the Shiva Temple which is located on the mountains inside a cave. One needs to climb almost 500 stairs before they can reach to the entrance of the temple. On the way to the top, you are always accompanied by monkeys, scenic...
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