Travelling in the times of Corona / COVID19

Travelling during Corona

Let’s go. Let’s not. Oh common, let’s go. But we can’t! When will it be safe to travel again? Where does one travel during COVID? Thanks to the Coronavirus we have crazy amount of travel restrictions, we won’t even have fun. You get the drift. Not a day went by when we didn’t talk about … Read more

Best of the hot springs in Pai – Everything you should know!

Pai hot springs things to do

When in Pai, you are in the mood to chill as much as possible and as long as possible. This pretty quaint little town is blessed with lovely landscapes, great places to eat and drink, awesome vibe and great memories to take back. While we spent three nights during our recent trip, and one of … Read more

Things to do in Pai – Tham Lod Caves

Flowstone in Tham Lod Caves

When we were planning for things to do in Pai and Chiang Mai, we definitely wanted to visit a cave. You may wonder why. There are so many caves in Thailand and some are amazing. Some caves have temples housing Buddha statues inside, some caves were used for burial, some are abundant in flora, and … Read more

Three Days In Pai (ปาย), Thailand

Things to do in Pai

There are so many small hippie places and one such is Pai in Thailand. Just a few hours away from Chiang Mai, and to be precise, 762 curves leads you to this lazy backpacking town. If you have been to Chiang Mai, everyone there will suggest that you should visit Pai and stay at least … Read more

Our experience of buying an award ticket on Star Alliance flights

Star Alliance redemption

Having not travelled much in 2017 and all of 2018, Preethika and I had decided on making at least two international trips this year. Our first international trip of 2019 was to Taiwan. While we were in Taiwan, Preethika bounced the idea of visiting Chiang Mai once again, this time to witness and take part … Read more

Uttarakhand on Two Wheeler – A Slice of Heaven

Uttarakhand Slice of Heaven

Everyone gets excited the minute someone says, “We are going to explore Leh or Goa on a two-wheeler”. I have two things to tell everyone who is reading this, Biking is enjoyable and fun, not just in specific (read that as famous) places Women can ride bikes (I had to say this somewhere and so … Read more

Hopping airports in Bangkok? Use the free shuttle bus between BKK (Suvarnabhumi) and DMK (Don Mueang) Airports

Bangkok BKK to DMK free airport shuttle

Short version: There’s a lesser-known free shuttle bus between Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) and Don Mueang Airport (DMK) that you can take advantage of if you are planning a trip to Thailand. Read on for the long version. How to go from BKK to DMK for free If you are planning your first trip to Thailand, … Read more

Where to stay in Taipei: Meander Hostel Taipei Review

Meander Hostel Taipei

During our recent trip to Taiwan, we had planned our itinerary in such a way that we would experience Taipei not once, but twice. Given that we wanted to stay close to a metro station and right where the action takes place, we had picked the top two areas where we wanted to stay in … Read more

Seven-Day Taiwan Itinerary

Taiwan, also known as the Republic of China, is a small island located between China in the West, the Philippines in South and Japan in the North. Densely populated, high-tech and blessed with beautiful landscape, Taiwan is a treat to everyone who visits and here is out Taiwan itinerary. The Taiwanese people are extremely friendly, … Read more

Begpackers – Begging tourists giving budget travellers a bad name?

Begpacking in Asia

Let me introduce you to two terms – begpacking and busking. How many of you have heard of these terms? Begpacking Vs Busking Begpackers are tourists, mostly westerners (in fact, we’ve never heard of an Asian begpacker) who beg on the roads (mostly in Asia) to fund their travels. It is sometimes written as beg … Read more