Overtourism in Gokarna will kill the natural setting of this pristine destination of Karnataka. The tourists who are heading to this destination will soon find themselves in another Goa which is much smaller in size. The issues of unplanned garbage disposal, fishing and constructing has just started so there is still time to make sure that you travel responsibly.
‘We are married since five years. Things are not the same as it was earlier. There is no time for each other and we hardly get to talk to each other’- these are the most common sayings of any married couple after a certain period of time. It is true that relationships take its own... Continue Reading →
Now that you all have read a lot of post on my blog about traveling solo and how I have been traveling in India for a quite a while. I decided to list down some places in South India to solo travel. These places are made for travelers and specially those who love traveling alone.... Continue Reading →
Next morning my thumb healed to a large extent. I woke up early morning and checked out the hotel. I was supposed to travel to Goa early morning but instead I decided to take a walk around the city. Karwar is the city where Ravindra Nath Tagore wrote Prakritir Pratishodha, Nature's Revenge. He described Karwar... Continue Reading →
After my Shirdi trip and staying for a few days in Mumbai I left for Gokarna, my starting point for Konkan visit. The train route from Mumbai to Konkan that starts just after Goa is one of the best, random waterfalls and cliffs make this journey worth memorable. I reached Gokarna early morning and... Continue Reading →
My recent trip that put me on road for around two months and in the span of time I covered more than 6500 km with 26 cities in total covering 6 states so I have a lot to share and lot more to write up. Since I was not able to come up with live... Continue Reading →