Hampi-Hubli- 3days. 3k.

Ok! So when we speak of budget travel, It takes a lot of thorough planning and plotting. My trip this summer was to Hampi in Northern Karnataka (India), 317 kms away from Goa ( from where I live), which I planned and was successful in undertaking in less than 3k. Sounds unbelievable right? Believe me….

Ferries of Goa.

Have you ever been to Goa or are you the lucky one living here? Then I am sure you must have taken a joyride along this long blue mode of transport, we call the ‘FERRY BOAT’. Another proud hereitage of Goa, these ferries have been functioning across the pristine backwaters of Goa since decades silently…

With love.. from Portugal

Walking through the lanes of a famous market of Goa, Mapusa I found a stall selling bread and similar products and it made me wonder what this simple piece of wheat and yeast means to us. We Goans love our ‘Pão’ or ‘Poiee’ (Pão is the Portuguese term for bread). Pão is one of the…

The heart of Goan shopping.

If you are in Goa and local shopping is your thing (and even if its not😉) a drop to Goa’s Friday Mapusa Market is a MUST! Mapusa is one of the main city of Goa, India and very easily accessible. Ok. Let me clarify .. I said ‘Friday market’ as this place is famous for…

Town on a Lake- Post alert: It’s not Nainatal.

The recent trip I made was actually a long ride to the Nainatal of the West. Yes we too do have a whole city (just like the famous Nainatal) based around a lake: Sawantwadi, Maharashtra India Starting early for this place by bike , We started at 6:00 am while it was still dusky and…

Reis Magos Fort, Goa

The Oldest fort in Goa, REIS MAGOS is based on the banks of river Mandovi in the village of Reis Magos in Bardez taluka of North Goa, India. Predating the famous Auguda fort by almost half a century , this gorgeous fort is clearly visible from across the river from the capital city of Panaji….