Ladakh still remains elusive for me. I have been chasing Ladakh for the last two years. I feel I have developed a kind of love-hate relationship with the most reclusive mountains in the world. Although I’m intrigued by the divine beauty of Ladakh, I also […]
A travel blog by a solo female traveler.
Being alone in Adelaide was fun. There’s something about Adelaide that sets it apart from the other cities of Australia; I guess it’s the layer of modesty over the cutting-edge way of life or maybe the unruffled people. Whatsoever it is, Adelaide is a lovely […]
Perhaps South Australia is the best place for solo travel. Well, I say so because I had my first taste of solo travel abroad in Australia – I went to Adelaide and Barossa Valley all alone. So, was the experience any different from my solo […]
Slow Travel is my favourite way of exploring a place. I like to travel without an agenda on mind. I wouldn’t say that I don’t visit ‘tourist’ points. I’d say that although I mostly enjoy immersive, slow-paced travel, I do follow set itineraries once in […]
Solo travel is my favourite topic to discuss. It’s been a while since I wrote anything on this topic. I have pretty much covered everything on solo travel on my blog. But, I really feel the need to talk about ‘foreign women travelling alone in […]
It was my hostess Lei Choren’s kitchen, at Kalden Home Stay, that introduced some of the authentic Monpa dishes to me. At first, my hosts were a little wary of serving me their regular food, as they thought I might not like it. The aroma […]