Did you ever imagine what it would be like to fall asleep on the islands of Similan while stargazing at the Milky Way with the sounds of the jungle in the background? Or what it would be like to...
There are many caves in southern Iceland, moreso in the Eyjafjöll (yes, of Eyjafjallajökull fame) mountains. One of these, Rútshellir (Rútur's cave) is in a peculiar rock right off the Ring Road, its entrance marked by a traditional Icelandic...
In our Iceland adventure, the southern coast started to look more barren and wild (to our joy!), filled with dormant volcanoes and ancient lava fields. Therefore, on the road to Vík, a dwelling with no more than 15000 inhabitants, we...
When we hear about Zanzibar, we picture a paradise with white, soft sand and bright blue crystal clear waters, just right for a honeymoon destination or one that would re-ignite the flame in your relationship. But this island is...
Reynisfjara is the most well known black sand beach in Iceland and it's often overcrowded during the summertime. It's impressive not only due to its black sand, but also due to the immense basaltic columns guarding the beach. Although...
For our fourth day spent in Railay, Krabi, we decided on a kayaking tour and an afternoon of snorkeling. The tour was 2100 BHT and was booked a few days earlier via yourkrabi.com. It was just us and a...
The highlight of this day was a 4 island snorkeling cruise around Railay ending with a sunset dinner on a boat. The tour was booked from yourkrabi.com for 2100 THB and, next to what I already mentioned, also included...
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Dear India, I'm writing this letter to you from the safety of a self-imposed week long quarantine, as I try to make sure the marks you left on me will only be in my heart and not physical. Up until...
Although it is said about Reykjavik to be the first Icelandic settlement, it should be fair for the honours to actually be attributed to the town of Húsavík. Garðar Svavarsson, a Swedish Viking who went searching for the land covered in snow,...
I was recently reminiscing how the stories about our (sometimes hilarious) culinary experiences in China were most appreciated by our family and friends back home. And I was thinking how, almost always, what burns in your memory is not...