AirAsia red lounge (Kuala Lumpur)

On my way to New Delhi from Sydney, I had a transit of 12 hours at Kuala Lumpur airport. I did not want to go out of the airport hence I searched for the airline lounges that were available at the airport.  AirAsia has a red lounge where the passengers having connecting flights can rest…

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Budgeted stay in Australia & New Zealand

Why I love hostels? For a regular traveller like me, I prefer staying at hostels because: They are cheap (sometimes I get a bed for as cheap as AUD 27). You meet some amazing and interesting people. I am still friends with some of them I met during my travels. It is safe for a…

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Abseiling! 

I was standing on top of a cliff. I saw people ahead of me (including my friend Vijay) go down one by one. I was last in the queue (of course, I like to panic while others easily get through by going first). My heart was beating faster than normal and I was nervous. ‘Can…

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Postcard from Burbie Canyon!

I sit like a Queen between the woods! The magical and the whispering voice of the trees and its leaves, The fallen trunk sit there like a throne, Waiting for someone so strong and fierce, Someone to rule the magic And cherish & love the forest! ~Solopassport Photo Courtesy: Adarsh

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Postcard from Sydney

Dear Moon, You are one main reason why I look up to the sky every night. I love you so much. You look so beautiful in the dark sky, shining bright, rising from the horizon and reaching to the peak so far high up. Make sure you guard me when I am asleep every night.…

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Art is where “Work” meets “Love”! ~Unknown

As Henry David Thorean once said “This world is but a canvas to our imagination.” I believe that art is definitely a key to the artist’s and the onlooker’s imagination. To experience this imagination and the mind power or game, my friend Akshay and I visited the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Sydney. Opened…

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Sydney Vivid – 2017

A photo diary from this year’s Sydney vivid festival – a festival of lights and music across the famous landmarks of Sydney. Circular Quay: It's the Sydney vivid festival. This beautiful city is all lit up. . #raksaustraliadiaries #solopassport #australia #australiagram #rakssydneydiaries diaries #womentravellers #followforlike #desigirltravels #igers #travelphotography #ig_world #worldtravelgram #womentravelers #worldshotz #wanderlust #worldtravel #instagood…

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Photo Diary: Cherry blossom in Japan

Cherry blossom is also known as sakura. This flower turns pink and white during the spring season in Japan. The best time to view the cherry blossoms is in the months of March to April. “Hanami” is an old tradition in Japan that has been carried along from centuries. The custom is picnicking under a…

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Valley of the Winds

One of the most renowned walks in Australia is the ‘Valley of the Winds’. This walk offers spectacular views of Kata Tjuta. Kata Tjuta in Pitjantjatjara means ‘Many heads’. It has about 36 domes and the surroundings provide breathtaking photographic opportunities. This area is sacred under Tjukurpa and Anangu men’s law. Kata Tjuta which means…

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Postcard from Kata Tjuta!

Who says beauty and peace cannot be found in a noman’s land? Who says beauty and peace is not just those sandstone rocks? They can be found anywhere and everywhere – you just need to have an eye for it. It lies in every small piece of stone or a rock or a bush. ~Solopassport

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