The Grand Palace

This was probably the shortest family holiday we had ever been on. It was an impulsive decision to jump on to a plane and fly to Thailand. Taking advantage of … Read More

Floating Village

Floating Villages of Siem Reap So, after a tour of the Angkor Wat temple complex, and with ample time on our hands, we were pondering upon where we should head … Read More

Bayon temple

In Siem Reap, Angkor Wat deserves all the attention it gets but there are many other temples which are equally amazing. Ranging from barely distinguishable piles of bricks to awe-inspiring … Read More

Karismatic Krabi

There are options to travel around Koh Lanta like hiring a bike, using tuk-tuks or Songthaews.  The plan was to check out a little night market in Koh Lanta to get … Read More

Charismatic Koh Lanta

You know I am an Island kinda guy if you follow my previous posts. So when I say Krabi you say Sea, sand and the sun, right? Well, most of you … Read More

Souq Waqif Royal Stable

There is something about horses I can’t explain. I just love their elegance, gracefulness and the immense power. Qatar is well known for Arabian horses as they have played an … Read More

Water resources of Nepal

‘If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in the water’ said a wise person once. How true right? In this context, Nepal is extremely magical. A tiny mountainous country Nepal is … Read More

Temples of Nepal

Nepal is also known for its architectural legacy which was obvious where ever I turned. In Nepal, most of these centuries-old buildings including the majestic ‘Darbar squares’ were damaged during … Read More

Nepal and its people

Even though Nepal is considered trekkers paradise this series will not include any trekking. Simply because I haven’t done any. (And also because it was a family trip ) Visiting … Read More