During my travels, I come across many amusing or weird signs/messages/ etc. I’ve already done a feature on Amusing signs in Japan (yes, it deserves a separate feature) and here I have compiled list of unusual messages. signboards, leaflets which I find LOL-worthy. (more…)
Doing a tour of the infamous Rio favelas (slums) is now relatively easy. With everything becoming touristy, for a certain fee you can get your fix of poverty porn in Rio de Janeiro.
If you find yourself in Pereira, Colombia and are looking for a cheap but fun night out you should head to Delfos. Some of my best nights in Colombia were spent at Delfos, which I highly recommend visiting.
At the young impressionable age of 26, I went on my first backpacking trip to Thailand.
In between Sao Paulo, Rio and all other toursity things, no one knows about Niteroi, a town in the State of Rio De Janeiro. Niteroi is just 20 minutes by bus from Rio de Janeiro and 10 minutes by a ferry. There’s a famous and very huge bridge which connects Rio de Janeiro to Niteroi.
This picture was taken in February 2009. It’s a chilling reminder of the uncertain times we live in especially in the wake of the incidents in Syria.
Jaisalmer is a pretty little town situated in the northern part of Rajasthan, India. While it retains its small town charm, it is very touristy at the same time.
Everyone knows that weed/marijuana is legal in Amsterdam and as traveller who immerses himself in the local ways (that’s my classic excuse for this story) I was looking forward to trying it. My very first time. On my second day there, I went to a couple of coffee shops which as the cliche goes were playing reggae and had posters… Read more →
Are you someone who goes on a beach holiday so you can update your Facebook with a pic at the beach. Or pose funnily in front of monuments? Everyone has their own way of travel – some call them backpackers, some are flashpackers, some prefer hotels to homes, some like long term, some need a quick travel fix before getting… Read more →
Khao San Road is the most touristy street of Bangkok. From selling cocktails on road to English signboards everything screams ‘touristy’. It was here I landed when I first stepped outside India. This story goes way back to December 2007.