The best way to start a new year is with a spanking new website to tell stories..! Vishal’s Photolog is now Binge Wander website. www.bingewander.com I would love to hear what you guys feel about it. Comments and critique invited. Cheers..!
( about last weekend ) Had a fun Sunday morning bicycling around south Mumbai making new friends and playing school games again. The route was from Colaba to Gateway of India to Nariman point. A round of introductions on marine drive. Then cycle upto Girgaum chaupaty. Play Kho Kho..! then turn around and ride back […]
“Collect moments not things” It was another long weekend and I had slogged enough for past few holidays to let this one slip off uneventfully. I virtually visit the place over the internet before setting sails for real. So through my “research” I realized that my long pending wish to see the grand canyons of […]
This was by far my best paragliding experience. I have done shorter ones in India before, but with the Himalayas around, sky above and water below, the feeling is completely unmatched. At Rs.5000 Nepal currency its not very expensive too. On a good day the jump lasts 15-20 minutes which is enough to get high. […]
” A journey is measured in friends rather than miles” – Tim Cahill We often bump into a lot of people everyday. Some interesting, some outright rude. Some cunning and some sweet as honey. Nevertheless, for a moment, two lives intersect each other. This is an attempt to share all the interesting stories of people I’ve […]
What is ‘Australian’ camp doing in ‘Nepal’ ? Many a times local dialect corrupts foreign words to suit the convenience of local tongue. I though Australia camp was result of one such corruption of some foreign word. But no. As I googled I discovered it is actually ‘Australia’ and its atop a hill deep in […]
I was surprised at myself when I booked tickets to Katmandu. Nepal is not a usual travel destination for Indians.
Indians think that Nepal is like India so why go there? Thailand is I guess the most preferred Indian tourist destination internationally, if you ask me.
Thanks to a cousin visiting from abroad, I took an opportunity to see/show Bombay the way I always love to. On foot that is. It’s one of the best leisurely walks around this megapolis. I love wandering around cities with elaborate history attached to them. Delhi, Calcutta, Shimla and Pune are some examples. As one […]
Ziro music festival is slowly snowballing to one of the most popular music festivals of India. It attracts thousands of fans world wide is bringing north east India on the international travel map.I had an epic time being there, and here is the video of the same Thanks for dropping by..! Share comment […]