travel quotes

Admit it! We have come across some travel quotes which are used repeatedly on so many social media sites and on images as captions, that it literally feels over-used. Whenever, we type travel quotes on Google all we come across are the same travel quotes over & over again. Hence, I have taken the initiative to compile a list of such travel quotes which are not used so often. Go ahead & choose one as your next caption. 1) “I can speak to my soul only when the two of us are off exploring deserts or cities or mountains or roads.” ~ Paulo Coelho 2) “WhereasRead More →

Bursa

If you have an extra day in Turkey and you wish to explore an offbeat place then look no further than Bursa. This city is located near to Eskisehir in the north-west region of Turkey, away from the eyes of the outsiders. It is rich in history and is also one of the largest cities in Turkey. HOW TO REACH BURSA: Bursa is easily accessible by road, ferries and airways. Hence, it becomes all the more convenient to reach this city. However, there are no trains to Bursa from any of the major cities. The best way would be to travel by Bus, as I hadRead More →

Cappadocia, perhaps the most photographed region of Turkey, is also inscribed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990’s. Some consider Cappadocia to be a desert due to it’s unique rock formations, making it semi-arid in nature. Once you arrive in this part of Turkey you’ll realize how different it is from other cities in the same country. It houses rock-formations of different shapes & sizes. Some of them are in the form of a hill, while some are as straight as a stick. What sets it apart is that there is hardly any cement or concrete used in construction of this entire region. OneRead More →

Hey guys! If you read Tanderlust, you’ll know that I literally love going off-beat as much as I love going to the main attractions. There’s some kind of crazy feeling in exploring places which are generally not on the radar of most of the travelers. One such beautiful city, which is apparently also the smallest city I have ever been to is Eskisehir. This city although small is exactly opposite in terms of what it has to offer to explorers like us.  That’s why I’ve taken the lead & compiled a list of 10 things to do in this Euphoric town. Go ahead & scrollRead More →

Hello friends! Someone has rightly said that, one of the best ways to experience the culture of any country is by indulging in the local cuisine that country has to offer. Don’t you agree? Well, I do. That’s why whenever I am travelling to any place, I make sure to gorge on the delicacies that country has in store for us. Recently, while traveling in turkey, being the foodie that I am, I gorged on Turkish food almost every day. And to my surprise, it turned out to be one of the best cuisines I have had! So much so that I can survive onRead More →

Matheran

Matheran is the smallest hill station in Maharashtra and lies not far off from Mumbai. Making it one of the most visited places by the Mumbaikars, all round the year. It’s a popular destination for trekking among the city dwellers during the season of Monsoons. At other times, people head over to this town to relax and its a popular weekend getaway.   HOW TO REACH: By Road: Most of the people, willing to visit the hill station drive down till Dasturi Naka to enter Matheran. Cars being banned inside, there is ample of parking available at Dasturi Naka. By train: If travelling from Mumbai, the cheapest wayRead More →

Egypt

Egypt is so much more than just desert. They have beaches, mountains and so much of history. If you’re planning to visit Egypt anytime soon, then look below as I have complied a complete travel guide. WHAT YOU’LL NEED: Passport, Visa and Travel Insurance. Egyptian pounds ( Currency of Egypt) Basic Arabic ( READ BELOW FOR BASIC PHRASES) BEST TIME TO VISIT: Egypt witnesses some extreme temperature due to its proximity to the Desert. Therefore summers are very hot and winters are extremely chilly. October to March is the best times to visit Egypt. Avoid visiting between June – September. Due to summers and also its theRead More →