1991 was when I saw “Indiana Jones and the last crusade”, and decided on Petra as the first place I actually wanted to travel to. 24 years later, the dream finally realized!
An amazing landscape that needs to be visited by everyone atleast once in the lifetime I would say. A landscape with no native trees, with horses that have a hairstyle, with icebergs on beaches, with 100x more sheep than people, with a land that’s alive – a literal Fire and Ice landscape.
Of Cities and Landscapes, of History and Geography, of Distilleries and Castles, of Kilts and Scotches and so much more…
From the peaceful buddhists to the harsh landscapes, and the contrasting colors of blue skies, white snows, brown sands and green valleys.
The longest and the highest trek of my life – one more dream fulfilled!
A walk through History
How often do you get to cover forts, canyons, caves and temples – all in a weekend? Spectacular ones to boot!
A small town in Suffolk, built around an ancient Cathedral – quite representative of the country side.
Nothing like a road trip in bad weather! The waterfalls were in full force and the stormy clouds added their magic to lush landscapes.
The highest waterfalls in AP, barely 4 hours from Hyderabad.