places traveled roy tells tales

Over the last few years, I’ve had the opportunity to explore a fairly large part of India, from Ladakh & Kashmir in the North to Kerala in the South, and from Udaipur in the West to Dzokou Valley in the East.

I’ve also spent a month in Bhutan where I hitchhiked from Thimphu to Paro, Punakha and Haa Valley, as well as attended the Tsechu festival. I soaked in the beauty of ‘The Happiest Country in the World’ and experienced the goodness that prevails in the air!

I’ve extensively traveled & explored Southeast Asia, covering Singapore, Langkawi (Malaysia), Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia. Far to the east, I’ve spent a few days on the East Coast of Oz, hopping along the beaches!

One of the most incredible journeys of my life has been the month in Kenya where I was on a volunteering trip. It has been one of the best things ever! I also traversed across the Danakil Depression in Ethiopia, which is considered to be one of the hottest parts of the world.

I’m not an early planner! In fact, most of my trips are finalized at the last minute, and I kinda’ hustle while packing my bags, book the tickets, and get going! Most of the time, I book my stay once I reach the destination – thanks to AirBnb, Make My Trip & Booking.com – life gets easy! While I enjoy traveling solo, I’ve been extremely lucky to have friends who agreed to join me for adventures (some of which even stretched for months!). And of course, I feel super happy to say that I’ve found some incredible friends in places where I traveled to, and I look forward to meeting them again, someday, somewhere.

So here I am, not just to share my experiences on the roads but also to encourage people like me, who are keen to pack their stuff and break free from the chaos & cacophony of urban life, to embrace the world out there & experience the goodness of traveling.

Stay tuned to know more about the stories from my journeys!