This sleepy old town in Bhutan has way more to offer than you can imagine.
Imagine a place where you can hear silence. A place where the black majestic mountains stand all around you. Golden wet-land for as far as you can see. Occasional singing of birds breaks the silence. Silence so strong that even you would want to talk less or not at all.
“They told me not to visit this country. Not solo at least. I should really have listened to them”, I think to myself walking my way through the canyon trail. He had said it is a medium level hike, but the winter chill is not helping and on top of that my growling stomach. I… Continue reading Of sand dune, open sky and content
Majority of the middle eastern countries seems to be the grey area for Indian Passport holders, all the more because of the increasing sociopolitical tension. I recently visited Jordan and was bombarded with tonnes of questions. Addressing the most asked question – ‘Is it difficult for Indians to get a visa?’
Jordan, a predominently arabic country has a lot to offer when to a true food lover. Right from succlent kebabas to wholesome maqluba , Jordanians love their meat. Still, Vegetables and pulses do find their way on Jordanian platter. Most of which is in the form of dips, sides and salad thereis very little or no maincourse vegeterian options.
Described by Lawrence of Arabia as “Vast and echoing” Wadi Rum is an outstanding desert landscape. This remarkable landscape is a protected area, it covers over 700 sq. km. One can spend days and weeks exploring it.
Petra is more than two thousand years old, crowned as UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the new 7 wonders of the world. As most of us know the entire city was carved out of the mountain sides.