A TRAVELLER'S ODYSSEYS

Roamer. Wanderer. Nomad. Vagabond.

Trekking and Camping

My days in Namche were very dreamy: woke up to b’ful Namche Bazaar sitting in the lap of Thamsherku, stayed with amazing sherpa hosts & made new friends!

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Landed in to Lukla via the small passenger airplane, I started my 2 day trek towards Namche Bazaar, in a game of developing rhythm walking along the fields.

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Sharing some experiences from the days I spent in those brutally cold passes on my solo trek to Everest Base Camp in Nepal!

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Recap: In the last episode,  I shared our trekking and camping experiences at Rajgad Fort where one of my friends had a sip of Kerosene as water is too mainstream! Now… The Morning and Turn of Events After the most …
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This story is from one of the most favourite  trips of mine – the trek to Rajgad and Torna Fort in Sahyadris, Maharashtra. I was leading this trek for 6 friends of mine who joined me even after knowing it was …
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A weekend getaway from Hyderbad, these places offer amazing views and camping opportunities in Southern India.

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Weather was  not in our favor, it was scorching hot. For me, the highway was also not unknown. But then, do these things matter to a group of bikers driven by the urge to ride? The plan was to ride …
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“Oh look, camel on the road! We should have entered Rajasthan”, my mom said excitedly. We were on a family trip then on a November morning driving the 550 kms towards Jaisalmer from Ahmedabad. And the fact that my mom …
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We had trekked up the Ugra Stambha, the highest peak in Ahobilam and the Sun was setting down in the Nallamala Forest when we reached Jawala Narsimha, one of the 9 temples dedicated to Lord Narsimha in Ahobilam. And, we …
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Continuing from where I left off in the last post on Ahobilam, we left from Prahlad Betika much refreshed having enjoyed the shower in the falls, music and some snacks. A small trail then led through the Nallamala Forest, going …
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