Colombo is where our Sri Lanka adventure started and ended. Is a big city with some interesting spots to discover. It offers a bunch of accommodation, restaurants and places to know the culture and country. How to move? As I mentioned in mi first post, We walk all around the place as our hotel was… Continue reading Ceylon´s capital…Colombo
If you heard about Sri Lanka before, you must know Galle. This is one of the most famous places because of the well conserved downtown. During the history the Portuguese, the British and Dutch contribute to built this beautiful place. And now is a place with a special charm and full of nice restaurants and… Continue reading Galle!
Mirissa is the place for those looking for surf vibes in a wavy sandy beach, party mood (most on the high season), and many restaurants besides the beach. How to get there? Keeping on our "road trip", from Tangalle to Mirissa there were some options with the bus (direct and with transfer in Matara) but… Continue reading Mirissa
After the safari in Udawalawe, Tangalle was the next stop. Tangalle is a nice beachtown with a mixed architecture because as you know Sri Lanka was a Dutch and Bristish colony. You can walk all around, and as in many other places if you are good with scooters, there are some options to rent one… Continue reading Tangalle
After arriving in Colombo we hired a taxi with Pickme and we drove around four hours to Udawalawe. Udawalawe is a small village, one of the famous spots in SriLanka because of its elephant reservoir. Where to stay? There are many options close to the safari, I was sure I wanted some kind of cottage,… Continue reading Udawalawe, Elephant park
Have you even hear about Sri Lanka?.... This beautiful island is located in South Asia in the Indian ocean. The old name of this country was Ceylon until 1970. The capital is Colombo, located on the west coast. The main language is Sinhala and there are some regions that speak Tamil because it was part… Continue reading On the way to Sri Lanka (Ceylon)
TamilNadu is on of the states in south India, it is located besides the Bay of Bengal and the Gulf of Manar. This state is famous for the conservation of historical sites and culture, it is also know as one of the most development states in India. If I think about this place the first thing… Continue reading The magical TamilNadu
"Where to begin? Pondicherry is the French Riviera of India. In the streets closest to the ocean, you might think you were in the south of France. A few blocks inland, there's a canal. Just beyond that is Indian Pondicherry..." (Life of Pi, 2012 20th Century Fox) Does this place tell you something? If you saw the Life of Pi it would definitely sound… Continue reading The french India, Pondicherry
If you are travelling through India for the very first time you must be thinking about visiting this UNESCO World Heritage Site located in city of Agra in the state of Uttar Pradesh, around 220 km from Delhi. This beautiful complex besides the Yamuna river is probably the most famous spot in India because of the… Continue reading The one and only Taj Mahal!
Let's start with the last point of the golden triangle and maybe the most famous place in India because of the Taj Mahal. But apart of the Taj there are some other interesting spots here. So try to give Agra at least two days. I was not sure about it because I've heard a lot… Continue reading Discovering Agra