Hot Threads


  • Kanatal, Hamlet in the Himalayas

    Another impulsive trip. With kids exam finished , we had 5 days before school reopening. Quick search and locked Kanatal for 3 nights. Luckly we also got hotel confirmation for Club Mahindra.
  • Thailand: Krabi & Koh Lanta

    After our trip in October 2013, which I felt was a bit hectic for traveling with better half, I decided to have a relaxing holiday and Koh Lanta was chosen as the destination.
  • Lepakshi - A Historical Place

    So here comes my first T-Log on the forum. Too much excitement. Please excuse for any amateurish stuff! I have segregated this T-Log into 4 parts for easy reading and viewing of pictures.
  • Beautiful Himachal Drive

    One good thing about being in Delhi is that you are always so close to the mighty Himalayas. Ever since I moved to Delhi late last year, I had been yearning for a good, long vacation in these majestic…
  • Down South in a Vento

    Its early morning, I am up to catch the sun just as it is rising. I often cannot sleep for more than 5 or 6 hours when I am on a holiday. There is always the feeling to do so much, to know so much,…
  • Early mornings & a village

    In life, we happen to chase certain things and think that they would make us happy. Well, agreed that they would definitely make us happy, but for how long? Ok, if we ask ourselves a question, "Haven't…
  • With my Punto to Hatu

    Anyone that has read my past travelogues, must be aware about Crusoe and Neil. Crusoe is my Linea T-jet, and Neil is a Punto MJD owned by my wife (and fellow BHPian) Bhavi.
  • Rajasthan: Land of the Royals

    Well, India has been ruled by kings all over for most part of its history. In other words, the whole of India can be technically called the Land of the Royals then.
  • Life in Germany...

    My work deputed me to a client-site in Mainz (near Frankfurt), Germany starting from January 2014. Since then it has been more than three months and what an experience it has been. Here I am posting…
  • To Ooty & Coonoor

    Ooty was never my favorite tourist destination. I had felt it was bit too crowded. Compared to Ooty I feel Kodaikannal has much more to offer. Due to that though it is only ~ 280 KM's from Bangalore…
Driven by india