Travel

It’s not the brightest idea to land on Israeli soil on a Friday afternoon. Shabbat, Judaism’s day for rest and tranquillity, has already kicked in and you must know that almost nothing is functioning during this period of cessation (literal translation of Shabbat from Hebrew). When I arrived in Tel Aviv, I already got a […]

Amazement! A plethora of feelings and emotions, provoked by contrasting history and fascinating discoveries! Buzzing nightlife! Yes, Jerusalem is characterised by all these and more. The Holy City epitomises history, culture, and religion in such a way that you are left in awe while marching its fabled streets, souks, and cardos. It’s a journey through […]

Probably one of my best summers was in 2007, spent in the United States of America. Back then, I did a work and travel programme which was more focussed on work but included some travels, too. The whole experience was supercharged with difficulties, adjusting of habits, measure units, and dealing with a long-distance relationship. I […]

Imagine you have the floor to narrate your travel stories in front of a couple of hundred people for only 6 minutes in 18 slides. That’s both exhilarating and challenging, isn’t it? This is Traveler On Stage (TOS) – an initiative started in 2014 in France.

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