Or, how the people of Majuli island in Assam are using technology to overcome natural adversities. “The biggest river island in the world that’s fast receding” was all we knew of Majuli before we visited this island on the Brahmaputra in Assam. On our way from the ghat to our […]Read More
People we meet on our travels have the most impact on the experience of the places we visit. Here we share travel stories of the memorable people we have met on our travels.
“I loved him, and he loved me; the President of your country”, he said, vividly waving his hands, delighted at correctly guessing we were Indians. Before we could think of him as one crazy character of Buenos Aires, he quickly followed up with, “Gandhi loved everybody and I loved what […]Read More
View of the sunrise to the right, sunset to the left. Unrestricted views of the valleys in all directions, dotted with villages you have never heard of. Rooms with wide windows. A hint of golden through which wakes you up. Sleepy eyed, you rush to the balcony for a better […]Read More
Sani was our introduction to the Zanskar valley. It was studded with many firsts: the first face-off with “remote location” and “isolation”, a high altitude village stay and a monastery festival. Also the first time we would term taps, flush and a tiled bathroom as a luxury. It was an […]Read More
There may be just a few of them, but they’re one kind, helpful and a friendly lot. We have always said, “it’s all about the people”. Before heading to New Zealand, we were kind of prepared for this travel experience to be an exception. With a population density of 18 […]Read More
The people you meet on the road are the most impactful part of any travel. Especially the kids. Times spent with the kids are some of our fondest memories. These pictures and their stories are our attempt to introduce everyone with some of them. …Are talented and eager to stage […]Read More