The sky suddenly took a crimson turn. Kissed by the setting sun, it revealed the most beautiful sight I have ever seen- Dance of the Rainbow Sunset.
Clicked at the famous Triund Campsite. It was a beautiful day to sit back and enjoy some delicious noodles after a long trek.
Title: By the Phewa Lake Location: Pokhara, Nepal Clicked on a beautiful overcast evening while cycling around the beautiful Phewa Lake of Pokhara, Nepal. SR Travel Tip: Two things are a must while you’re at Pokhara– An early morning ride to the Sarangkot , and Cycling around the periphery of the Phewa Lake. Absolute Bliss! -Vibhav Want toContinue reading “SlowRover Snapshots #1”
Starting tomorrow, 10th of August, SlowRover will publish a series of awesome one-off photographs from our travels. These snapshots will be accompanied by a small fact sheet that will reveal more details about the respective shots!
My curiosity about Lithuania, was deeply connected to Thomas Harris’s works. I looked at it as the majestic country where Hannibal was born and which shared Hannibal’s fate of destruction at the hands of the Nazis. And like all booklovers, I would like nothing better than to go and visit the country of the anti-hero. SoContinue reading “Lithuania – My Visit To The Country Which Had Intrigued Me Since I Read Hannibal”
Pari Tibba or the Witch’s Hill, is my favourite part of Mussorie, India. Away from the hustle bustle of the Queen of Hills, Pari Tibba is a haven for all those who are looking for complete solitude (and also a chance to witness the best of Mussorie Ridge). I was first introduced to this placeContinue reading “Pari Tibba- The Witch’s Hill”
Guest Writer Anahita Fotedar writes about a forgotten architectural marvel of Delhi. This is the first part of her Architectural Series. So, this series deals with, monuments in urban villages of New Delhi. Initially, I will give focus to those monuments which are not very prominent but hold an equal grandeur and elegance as thatContinue reading “ARCHITECTURAL SERIES – MOHAMADPUR VILLAGE: TEEN BURJI MOSQUE”
The spirit of travel cannot be isolated from human beings. We’ve been hunter-gatherers ever since the dawn of our civilization. But alas, our eagerness to explore new territories, to witness unforeseen sights, and to learn about new cultures has fizzled out overtime. Our society has (d)evolved into a crowd of weekend cavalcades who rarely explore beyondContinue reading “The Joy of Solo Travel!”
An photoblog about one the most beautiful islands in the world, Andaman Islands.