For countries as big and rich as the United States, it’s easy to assume that everyone here gets to eat well. While it’s true that most people in the United States have access to plenty of food, the quality of food varies incredibly. We’ve experienced this ourselves in our travels … more »
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words.
In this section we share with you visuals from our travels around the world.
So come back for more honest photos and see how beautiful the world truly is!
In India, there tends to be a big gap between regulations and what really happens all around you. We could call that gap “reality”. Because reality and the harsh facts of life usually impose themselves over theories, ideologies and written rules. Even though technically banned back in 2005, plenty of … more »
DELHI. There are certain things in life that, no matter how well you know how they’re going to be, they always manage to surprise you. Every time we return to Delhi, specially during Winter, I’m always amazed at how polluted this city is. While Beijing keeps on making the international … more »
The Berlin wall separated East and West Berlin and restricted the movements of citizens for decades. The coming down of this wall was a historic event that people still remember today. But in Israel, new walls are coming up. The barrier has many effects on Palestinians including reduced freedoms, reduction … more »
Wandering around Rome is like walking around in an open air museum. The city is filled with historical significance. In fact, it’s quite possible that even historians feel inadequate in this city! We visited Rome in November, a time that is supposed to be relatively calm and devoid of tourists. … more »
Ashray and I always say that we’re “East meets West”. Being in Istanbul right now, it feels like we’re finally in a city that matches our personality as a couple. Not only the country of Turkey spans across two continents. The city of Istanbul too, is divided between Europe and … more »
We were recently in Koh Samui and ended up making friends with the owner of the small hotel we were staying at. Matt also happens to be a kick-ass photographer (check his Instagram feed here), and so we went on a couple of photo expeditions together. There’s nothing like luck … more »
It’s our third time in Thailand and I almost feel at home in Bangkok. Being fairly acquainted with the city, this time I don’t need to rush to visit all the famous landmarks, the wats and palaces, and certainly not Khao San road. This time, I am living Bangkok. Simply … more »
Some people think of San Francisco when they think of entrepreneurship.. I always think about the streets of India! There are endless cases that prove that the old saying “necessity is the mother of invention” is absolutely true. More than invention, here in India, it’s about creativity. Right outside the … more »
Monsoon season has started! Today, it rained elephants and tigers here in Delhi. And what joy the rain has brought with it! While in other parts of the world (like where I come from) we might associate the rain with winter and cold weather, in India it is not like … more »