Earlier this year, Matador Network published this interesting article by Elen Turner about people’s general misconceptions regarding Nepal. I personally … Continue reading 8 myths about Nepal that travelers get wrong
Any trip, anywhere in the world wouldn’t be the same without trying the local food. It it certainly one of my favourite reasons to travel.
The cuisine of the Himalayan nation of Nepal is certainly influenced, not surprisingly by its larger neighbours, India and China, however there are some decidedly unique Nepalese foods also to be found. Continue reading Discovering delicious Nepalese food
Jaipur is well known as the Pink City, as well as for the stunning architecture of the City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and or course Amer Palace.
There’s so much more to this fascinating place though, and we spent two days visiting some of the lesser known spots. Continue reading A weekend in Jaipur
A small quaint village in the middle of the Deccan Plateau, in the middle of South India, Hampi is believed … Continue reading Our favourite places in India – Hampi
Bharatpur, 60km west of Agra, was founded in 1733 by the Jats, a caste of Hindu farmers/peasants. In the late … Continue reading Our favourite places in India – Bharatpur
Often referred to as an Open air museum, Maahabalipuram dates back to the Tamil Pallava dynasty in the 7th-9th century. … Continue reading Our favourite places in India – Mahabalipuram
Roopangarh Fort was once a vast war fort with nine tower fortifications. This architectural marvel used to house foundries, armouries, … Continue reading Our favourite places in India – Roopangarh