Posts from Kettik

Tulip Festival in Skagit Valley
A week in the Alaskan Wilderness
A 4 day off from mundane office life and a drop of goodness at the time of a break up.

Lankan Ramayana

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A day in Sri Lanka spent listening to local version of Ramayana Sigiriya->Polonnaruwa->Kandy
24 hours is not enough time to understand or know a city by any stretch of imagination. But it is ample time to form some ill-informed first impressions. Here is my take on London
A bike ride across Sri Lanka at the height of the internal conflict in the country is probably not the brightest idea I have had. But it sure was a heck lot of fun. Day 1- Negombo->Kurunegala->Dambulla->Sigiriya
A vacation in Thailand was all that we hoped for and more. But a few things took us by surprise
Lemme preface this by saying these following spots are great spots to start and enable you to see the most in the smallest amount of distance.  So these areas enable you to see lots of things within a couple hours drive.  So enough already...let's go!
Everyone at some point in their lives should be in the service industry. EVERYONE. Then they would understand the trials and hurdles a waiter faces. This blog is inspired by two new buddies from Denmark (whom I met on my travels in NZ and then proceeded to meet up with later in Hollywood). In...
I had always wished to travel Kerala & on bike its more pleasant. Let me take you through Kerala through my ride. Continuing the South Indian Saga, Part II Into God's own country.
The Jaisalmer experience started the moment i got on the train in Jodhpur. The insides of the sleeper coach was covered with layers and layers of fine sand, it was as if the train just came through a desert storm, maybe it did i'll never know. Anyway i was looking forward to visiting the desert...
If i could do it all over again, i would spend more time in Jodhpur. Two days was just not enough to experience the Blue city, it was definitely the most laid back, immersive, historical Rajasthan experience i had in my whole trip. Read on for more details.
The Pushkar Mela was the reason i decided to go on the Rajasthan trip during my 'extended' Diwali holidays. Once i knew that the camel fair will happen in the first week of November, there was no looking back and i wasn't disappointed. Read on..
The early part of my flight back from Leh, was spent staring out of the window, mesmerized by the snow clad mountain peaks and the valleys beneath them. The best part of it all was that i could take in the mountain landscape as a whole, everything.. all at once. As my sight wandered down from the...