Is Lima safe to travel? 10 Travel Safety Tips for Your Trip to Lima - Peru

Is Lima safe to travel? 10 Travel Safety Tips for Your Trip to Lima...

In 2019 we finally had the possibility to visit Peru, one of our oldest dreams but, for those who leave Portugal, this was never one of the most accessible destinations, which is why we had...
What is the best time of year to visit Machu Picchu?

What is the best time of year to visit Machu Picchu?

Several factors may be associated with vacations preparing. When we are parents and our children go to school, we begin to have a greater limitation in the periods when we can book vacations and...
The Traveller: Food Delights in Goa

The Traveller: Food Delights in Goa

Heyyy, we are back and this time with a beautiful cute little member, our son Vihaan. Our biggest bundle of joy came into our lives in 2018 and so we were more busy...
Little Rann of Kutch (Part 2 ) ~ Birdwatchers's Paradise

Little Rann of Kutch (Part 2 ) ~ Birdwatchers’s Paradise

The Little Rann of Kutch hosts almost three hundred avian species. While most can be seen around the year, the migratory ones are spotted only during winters. LRK provides them varied habitats comprising...
Little Rann of Kutch (Part 1) ~ Wild Ass Sanctuary

Little Rann of Kutch (Part 1) ~ Wild Ass Sanctuary

The 4953 sq km of nearly barren expanse of the Little Rann of Kutch (LRK) has been protected as the Wild Ass Sanctuary. This unique terrain, a saline desert, is home to nearly...
Folklores from Bhutan ~ Migoi the Yeti

Folklores from Bhutan ~ Migoi the Yeti

As the last Shangri-La on earth Bhutan is absolutely mystic and so are some of Bhutan's folklore and practices. We came to know of a very interesting story of Migoi, a Tibetan term...
Folklores from Bhutan ~ Punakha Dzong

Folklores from Bhutan ~ Punakha Dzong

Arguably the most beautiful dzong in entite Bhutan is the Punakha Dzong also known as Pungtang Dechen Photrang Dzong. This dzong is located strategically at the confluence of two rivers, the Pho Chhu (father) and...
Folklores from Bhutan ~ Phallus paintings on walls

Folklores from Bhutan ~ Phallus paintings on walls

The popular Bhutanese saint Drukpa Kunley, an unorthodox and eccentric saint who migrated from Tibet and settled in Bhutan was extremely fond of women and wine. He tried to preach Buddhism to the...
Folklores from Bhutan ~ Tiger's Nest Monastery

Folklores from Bhutan ~ Tiger’s Nest Monastery

The climb to Tiger's Nest Monastery also known as  Paro Taktsang was a life time experience. It was definitely tough going but when we got to see the monastery from close distance it...
Folklores from Bhutan ~ The story of Takin

Folklores from Bhutan ~ The story of Takin

"This is Bhutan's National Animal", Yeshley told us as we spotted a few takins roaming and eating grass in Takin Reserve, on the outskirts of Bhutan. Our nod made him instantly understand that...

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