...is literally, to have 'chai' around the world. Specifically, we are on a quest to have the cheapest cups of tea in every country of the world.
Fresh Cups Of Chai From The Blog
Wayanad: A Monsoon Drive
For some, the rain is not an inconvenience - it is a temporary reprieve from the dry world that they live in. Even the most dilapidated part of our being & belonging becomes pristine.
Kannur: A Land Of Psychedelic Men And Gods
Kannur, with its fully functional loom industries & the spirit-possession ritual called Theyyam, stands true to its name which means an ancient village. If you love old world charm & thrive on ancient psychedelic performances, Kannur should be on your bucket list.
Travel: Too Much Inspiration, Too Little Courage
Last year, Mansi and I had been toying with the idea of quitting our jobs and taking off. The one question we always keep asking ourselves is this: "When do we do it?"
Leh: Do’s and Don’ts of High-Altitude Biking
Compiled here are some of the things we learned the hard way about high-altitude biking that every traveler and wannabe biker should read before kick starting those rented monster bikes.
5 Reasons You Should Visit the Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand
As a child, I had often dreamt of living a childhood out of Johanna Spyri’s Heidi, and waking up in the Alps everyday with fresh milk and cheese from the poultry in the backyard. The name, Valley of Flowers, elicited the same feeling.
A ‘Truly Asian’ Dream
Malaysia is an experience not to be missed. It's an experience in humility in grandeur, an experience in splendor and the best ever weekend getaway that someone in Bangalore can hope for.
Surviving Bangalore: An Essential Guide
Here are a few things you probably did not know about Bangalore but should. Next time you are traveling to the city, or if you are living here, then these little things just might save your life.
Masinagudi: A Road Trip Through The Jungle
Our friend Rohit gifted us a weekend stay at the Club Mahindra property in Masinagudi called Casa Deep Woods. True to its name, Casa Deep Woods, was nestled deep into the Madhumalai jungle and unlike the artificially landscaped resorts, this one was built to be naturally wild and eerie.
Panchapalli & Rayakottai: Rural Biking
Mansi & I decided to take our new bike out for a spin, and not the usual home-office-home route we do all week. We wanted to go on a long ride, beating the traffic and the chaos of the city.
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