About Me There Are No Limitations

All my life (that isn’t much at 30), I’ve been a dreamer. Living in the contemporary, I still follow stars, make music, walk in rain, slide down (not always willingly) hills, watch in awe as flowers bloom, listen to birds’ songs and follow my whims. I wanted to be so many of all the “cool” professions that I was often regarded as a confused child.

One of those “cool” ones was being a pirate!

Others being a painter, a violinist (I did learn some guitar), a fashion designer (thank God that I didn’t), a writer, a film director, a cartographer and a sailor. One was also becoming a butterfly. While I didn’t become many of those things, except that of a writer (as says my JD), I became all of them (except the butterfly of course). And the credit goes to travelling.

I work late into the nights. Just so that I can have the time for places like this in day time!

I work late into the nights. Just so that I can have the time for places like this in day time!

Roads and words are the two great loves of my life.One makes me wander, while the other brings me home. A (it can be more than once) world tour that’ll cover all the little hamlets and the biggest cities, the deep, gorgeous valleys and the highest mountains, the greenest jungles and the barest deserts, is my bucket list.

Life is diving in a waterfall, and then sipping on a Masala Chai to ward off cold!

Life is diving in a waterfall, and then sipping on a Masala Chai to ward off cold!

What made me a Travel Blogger? 

I wouldn’t take you for a ride by saying that my childhood dream was becoming a Travel Blogger. Back then, nobody, at least in India, had a clue about travel writing or blogging. So, this blog is a result of an unplanned trip to Rajasthan that made me jot down my experiences online. A lot emails from strangers poured in, asking me to plan a trip to India. And thus, with the realisation that great travel content works, I began my journey. Often working late into the nights after winding up office work!

How do I manage my travel expenses?

Okay, I’ve been asked this so many times that I’m writing the answer here. So, first thing, I got my first job when I was 20 and continued working for 7 years in a row. That left me with huge experience and some bits of savings, and also in a position to get a job anytime I wanted. I try not to travel luxury and continue working as a freelancer – writing, blogging, selling travel photos, working as a Content Marketing Consultant. I travel for the love of it; just as some of you love going to pubs, shopping or anything else.

I joined another travel portal after almost two years of roaming around across India, writing and daydreaming about travel on weekdays and tripping on weekends.

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