Two days in the lap of nature!

Virgin forest, verdant green, lush waterfalls, milky cascades at every turn, pristine pools that change from turquoise to teal to aquamarine, miles and miles of undulating, shaded pathways, salubrious weather with mild and cool breeze to embrace – this is Plitvice Lakes.

Off the Beaten Track – Vjetrinica Caves

A day trip to Vjetrinica Caves in the outback of Bosnia and Herzegovina During the planning of our Croatian vacation, we were looking at some day trips and something off the beaten track from Dubrovnik. In the middle of plenty of daytrips to Montenegro, Mostar, Budva, Korcula, etc we spotted Vjetrinica Caves. Mr Bojo, the driver/owner of... Continue Reading →

Driving through the woods

An exhilarating journey in God’s Own Country Verdant rainforest drenched by recent rains, lush and thick greenery all around, streaks of sunlight through the dense foliage playing hide and seek, well-laid roads (yes, no potholes) washed and clean by the recent showers, misty mountains at a distance keeping you company along the way with occasional... Continue Reading →

Life’s a water

Back from a short exhilarating, rejuvenating but sweaty and sultry trip from God’s own country. The God’s own country had just taken a break from the monsoon - the trees, roads and buildings seemed to have had a clean wash leaving everything in absolute freshness. Took a day off from the busy schedule to take... Continue Reading →

SNOW STORIES… Part 4 (last)

Sunny side and a heritage ride. This was our last day of our trip in the mountains. Checked out and kept our luggage at the reception area. The weather was sunny and bright. Took the Postbus 2 and got off at Punt Muragl station af15-20 mins. Took the funicular railway to reach Muottos Muragil view... Continue Reading →

SNOW STORIES ….Part 3

The Journey to magical Narnia land! Day 4 Another clear and sunny day. And this was one of the highlights of our short vacation in the snow country! Took the Postbus 2 to Pontresina town, got off at the train station and walked 100 metres to the left to the parking lot where few horse-drawn carriages... Continue Reading →

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