Scuba diving in Sesimbra (Portugal)

Sesimbra scuba diving

Sesimbra is about 40 minutes bus drive from Lisbon. It is a fishing town and most importantly a great town known for its dive throughout the year. The main disadvantage of the ocean in Sesimbra is that it is always cold and rough. As part of my Europe travel this year, I wanted to include … Read more

The Grand Canyon walk (Blue Mountains)

The Grand Canyon Walk (Blue Mountains)

The most spectacular and popular walk in the Blue Mountains is the Grand Canyon walk. The walk offers dramatic canyons, cliffs, and waterfalls. And this is by far one of my favourite walks in the Blue Mountains. I have done this look walk twice and both the times I have enjoyed this magical walk. Are … Read more

Road trip to Southern Highlands

Southern Highlands of New South Wales (NSW)

At the beginning of 2019, my friends and I did a one-day road trip with Ruhi. We had decided to visit the Southern Highlands and cover as many places possible in one day. It was not a rushed road trip but we did cover quite a few places along the way. Where is the Southern … Read more

Scuba diving in Dolphin Wreck (Brunei)

Brunei

Last year as part of my yearly birthday travel, I traveled to a tiny nation in South East Asia Brunei. While researching for all the things to do in Brunei, I realised that Brunei is famous for its shipwrecks (as many as 30 of them) and scuba diving at these wrecks is the most amazing … Read more

How do I get so much money to travel?

Money

‘You are lucky, you are rich!’ ‘I wish I was as rich as you!’ ‘See, I am not as lucky as you!’ ‘I wish I had the money to travel!’ ‘How do you get so much money?’ ‘How do you manage your funds?’ And many more… Are you new to solo travel? Do you have … Read more

Balls Head Reserve walk in Waverton

10 Instagram worthy pictures from Sydney

I am sucker for good relaxed walks in the city. And I always try to research and find all the various walks to closer to home. So in finding these different walks, I came across the Balls Head Reserve walk in the Waverton suburb. About Balls Head Reserve Walk A very easy and relaxed walk … Read more

Hike to Square Rock lookout

Square Rock

The reason why hiking in Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is special for me is because these are the first few hikes that I did when I had just landed in Australia. The Square Rock lookout was the second hike I had done here and I had loved hiking in the untouched beauty of Namadgi National … Read more

Our adventure at Figure 8 pool

Figure 8 pool

It was a beautiful Saturday and as part of our weekend exercise, my friends, Vijay, Som, Priya and Sree, and I had picked Figure 8 pool. Priya and Som had checked various websites to see the best time to visit on that Saturday. The websites had told us 1:30 PM was the best time as … Read more

Castle Head walk in The Blue Mountains

Guide | Castle Head Walk (Blue Mountains)

Another spectacular walk in The Blue Mountains is the Castle Head Walk. The walk provides the actual bush walking experience and has mind boggling views of the mountains. Known for its steep cliffs, this is definitely one of my favourite walks. Are you visiting Blue Mountains for the first time? Then read my post Blue … Read more

The first time I asked for a drop!

Backpacking in New Zealand

After walking for almost 2 kilometres in Mt Cook (New Zealand), I realised I cannot keep walking for another 10 kilometres to reach the starting point of my hike 😅. Yes, I had decided to do a hike on a rainy day. Maybe in clear nice days, I could have thought about it, but not … Read more

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