Castle Head Walk

Another spectacular walk in Blue Mountains is the Castle Head Walk. The walk provides the actual bush walking experience and has mind boggling views of the mountains. It’s definitely one of the hikes to add while considering hiking in the blue mountains. Logistics: Starting point: Scenic World bus stop Distance: 15 kilometres return Grade: Easy…

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The first time I asked for a drop!

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 ­čśů. 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…

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Mt John – South Summit Walk

Tekapo is a small town located in the inland South Island in New Zealand. One of the must dos when in Tekapo is hiking the South Summit of Mt John. The walk starts off at the hot springs and makes its way through the lush green forest, till the Summit and then to the Cafe…

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Tasman Glacier View & Blue Lake Walk

There are plenty of walks in Mt Cook. The walks that provide spectacular views of the snow capped mountains. But on a rainy day, one has no choice but to opt for easy walks so the day is not wasted. I just had one day in Mt Cook and I had to make the best…

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Tropical North ­čî┤

The first thing that comes to my mind when I think of Queensland is the Great Barrier Reef. The northern part of Queensland is not only famous for the spectacular blue oceans and Great Barrier Reef, but also for the lush rainforest and definitely one of the oldest rainforests in the World – The Daintree…

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Chile, I love you!

Chile was voted as a must visit place for 2018 by Lonely Planet. I have seen New Zealand and Norway and I have loved every bit of those countries. If Chile was voted above NZ and Norway, then Chile had to live up to its status. Well, I was visiting Chile for my Christmas break…

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My “Australian” bucket list – tick tick tick!

While browsing through my old pictures, I found my notes that had the bucket list I wanted to cover in Australia. This included visiting places and the experiences that I wanted to have. I had created this year probably 5 years ago before I arrived in Australia. I have now decided to dedicate a post…

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Inside a volcano!

While planning for the activities to do┬áin Reykjavik, I stumbled upon a┬átour where I could go inside a volcano. ‘How cool is that!’ I thought and I immediately booked the tour, without thinking for a┬ásecond. The name of the company that organises the tour is ‘inside the volcano‘. In this tour, visitors┬ácan go into a…

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The muddy path!

  Since I did not have anything else to do in Troms├Ş┬á(as I had missed the cruise that would take me around the Fjords – I will write about it in another post), I decided to head to the beach. I remembered, my roommate Katharina┬áhad told me that the beach was about 30 to 45…

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My first parasailing experience

My first parasailing was in the year 2007 in Mauritius. The journey of my love towards the adventures started here ­čÖé . Some pictures from my first parasailing experience: ┬ę 2015 Raksha Nagaraj┬áAll Rights Reserved.┬áReproduction, or re-transmission, in whole, or┬á in part, or in any manner, without prior written consent of the author, is in…

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