whimsthatwoo

A corporate slave who loves to stroll around the globe solo! I'm in love with the cities I've never been to and people I've never met. I love to explore cultures, have my coffee in those cute little cafes and just wander aimlessly enjoying the beautiful world! Travel gives me immense joy- joy that is hard to be explained

Hotels Vs Airbnb

I recently went on a solo trip to the Scandinavian countries. I am going to write everything about the trip in another post. But in this one, I really want to talk about the most important thing of any trip: Accommodation! Yes, sometimes we take it lightly but then if the place you are staying […]

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Are you a responsible traveller?

Well, I am! What is responsible travel? And why is it becoming a buzz word lately? Well, to start with responsible travel is simply to respect a place and its inhabitants. It just means assessing and evaluating our impact on the environment and local cultures and economies – and acting to make that impact as positive […]

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Hampi: City of ruins

Hampi is an ancient city in the south Indian state of Karnataka. The place is filled with numerous magnificent ruined temple from the Vijayanagara Empire. It is located on the south bank of the River Tungabhadra and is around 300 kms from Bangalore and 371 kms from Hyderabad. Its proximity to the major cities in […]

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Kathmandu (Nepal): The Valley of Temples!

I wish I could describe Kathmandu in one word, but that would not be enough! The city is beautiful on one hand but Crazy and chaotic on the other. It is filled with historic places and temples. The city is spiritual, haphazard, fascinating and vibrant. Even all these adjectives are not enough to describe Kathmandu. It […]

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Who I am!

I love to call myself a ‘Solo Traveller’ A marketing manager and a graphic designer by profession, I love to sketch, write and explore different places! My love for travel comes from my experiences in my first company, where I was fortunate enough to get to go to some very exotic locations for work. I […]

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