My Itinerary: Italy in a Dash

Traveling often is dictated by constraints... Its generally either money or time i.e. only if you have chosen your companions smartly else the term constraints can have many new connotations... Monetary travel constraints translate to traveling on a budget and that is an adventure in its own right. Exploring a new city or a country … Continue reading My Itinerary: Italy in a Dash

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My Journal: Rome Day 1 – The Vatican, Gelato, Innamorati, Punto et al

Roam with me... In Rome... Roaming is exactly how one must experience Rome. Apart from the much trodden touristy paths that constitute the Vatican, the Colosseum and the Fontana di Trevi there is so much more to this historic city than meets the eye and can be discovered only when you aimlessly wander the lanes … Continue reading My Journal: Rome Day 1 – The Vatican, Gelato, Innamorati, Punto et al

My Journal: First Timers in Rome – Fiumicino to Termini

Take me to Rome, I said to myself... And so when I got the opportunity to travel to Europe, I chose Roma (in Italian) as my first destination. The Schengen Visa process is nuts but well I am sure there are countries in the world that sure make things a hell lot more difficult. But … Continue reading My Journal: First Timers in Rome – Fiumicino to Termini

Europe – One Country At A Time

I hold a corporate job that hypothetically is 9 to 5, but in reality spans more on the lines of 9 to 9... That and limited vacation days make it next to impossible for me to carve out a chunk greater than 7 - 10 days to simply travel... One reason why my colleagues and … Continue reading Europe – One Country At A Time