What is traveling truly like? If you look at overly polished Instagram photos and blog posts that only focus on the highlights, you might think…
India can be a very challenging destination that may quickly wear you down. Here are a few survival tips to make your stay more enjoyable.
After months of solo travel, it was finally time for something different. My close Finnish friend Tino flew to Delhi to see me, and we northern India together for ten days. And oh boy, was it fun!
Have you ever seen any photos of Taj Mahal that are not taken in a perfect weather? I want to show what visiting the famous mausoleum is really like, so here are a few less glamorous photos from the site.
Searching for a lost friend of a friend in an Indian city of half a million people? Challenge accepted!
After traveling through some of the most popular tourist destinations of India, I decided to hop off the train on a random city. When I finally got out of the beaten track, I witnessed a completely different India with unique flavours that… Nah, just kidding.
“Oh, you have to go to Hampi!” exclaimed Anthony, an American long term traveler during our stay in Iran in July.
After over two months of traveling, I’ve had moments when I’ve been bored with the monotonous cycle of moving from one place to the next. Then I found Gokarna, my new favorite place in the world that reminded me why I’m traveling.
Many travelers have strong opinions about India. They either love it or hate it, or feel both of the things at the same time. After a week in Kerala, Southern India, I started to understand why.