The road ahead was as dark as anything I had ever seen. It sort of disappeared into nothingness beyond the point where the bike’s headlight could reach. I had not seen a vehicle or house or even a streetlight for over 20 minutes. The decision to continue riding to Mawlynnong on this road from Pongtong, at this late hour, dawned on me!
The city of Belfast is every bit charming as lazy. The rustic architecture from the Victorian era makes it seem like a time travel. My first stop for the day was the Queen’s University, one of the finest architectural sites of Belfast. The city was preparing itself for the annual festival as I walked past. … Continue reading Irish Cream – Belfast
I needed a kick start to my solo travel across the UK or maybe I needed a kick to start! I decided to do it myself.. After wasting plenty of weekends and bank holidays, as they call government holidays here, I was determined to do something on the second bank holiday of May. But yet … Continue reading The Midlands & Around – Into the Victorian era!
A milky white river gushing down the mountain with all it's might while a white roofed passenger train painted in two shades of blue passes by in the foreground; I bet, this sight is like no other on Earth!
Vallamkali - The traditional boat race from the South Indian state of Kerala is an unique sport that showcases the culture and foklore of God's own country! Here is a travelogue to the Olympics of water sports that took place in Aleppey, the Venice of the East.
"When journey became the destination"