Scuba diving in Amedee Island (New Caledonia)

Amedee Island

My first dive after getting an Open Water certified was at Amedee Island in New Caledonia. I was nervous and excited. I was nervous because the expectation is that I would remember all the basic skills that I learned from my certification. This is a good expectation but the reality is a little different. Since … Read more

Wreck diving at Tulamben (Bali)

Bali Indonesia - Wreck diving in Tulamben

If you are an amateur diver and are planning to do an introductory dive, then I recommend scuba diving at Tulamben in Indonesia. Tulamben is a small village in the north-east coast of Bali. The dive site is popular because of the wreck of the Liberty, a US Army Transport ship.

Europe Travel Planner

Porto | Historical Walking Tour

First of all, let me start by saying Europe is a continent with 44 countries. It is a continent with a lot of history and architecture. And one cannot travel all the countries in just 5 to 6 weeks, like how the way tour agencies and tourists portray. I have been to Europe three times … Read more

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

La Perouse to Maroubra coastal walk

La Perouse to Maroubra

La Perouse to Maroubra Do you love walking along the coast? Do you fancy a good walk watching the spectacular endless ocean and the blue waters? If yes, then this walk is definitely for you. The La Perouse to Maroubra coastal walk is one of the famous coastal walks in Sydney. Just 14 kilometres from … Read more

Why do I hike?

Bloody Long Walk

‘Why do I hike?‘ is one of the common questions I get asked. Some of them around me is so inquisitive to understand why I love hiking and why do I do it so often. I have never mentioned this ever on my posts as I have always been scared to talk about my personal … 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

Salar de Uyuni (Salt Lake) in Bolivia

Sunset and star gazing at Train cemetery (Uyuni)

One of the major attractions in Bolivia is the Salar de Uyuni. A few years ago, my friend and I visited Bolivia only to visit these salt lakes. The photographs on the social media and websites were stunning and hence the place had automatically made its place to my bucket list. When you are in … Read more

Sydney city walk – Wynyard to Lane Cove

Sydney opera house at night

If you fancy an evening walk with at least 7 to 8 kilometres on a weekday after work, then Wynyard to Lane Cove in Sydney is the walk. It passes through Sydney’s beautiful tall buildings and also the Pylon lookout with some amazing views of Opera house. How to reach Wynyard? Wynyard is part of … Read more

How do I manage my leave?

Iceland - A traveler's paradise

Earlier this year, I posted about how I fund my travels. Then the question popped up, how do I manage my job and leave! I would like to start by saying I have a full time job which requires me to work 9 to 5 Monday to Friday and I do get limited number of … Read more

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