Read about Chef Massimo Bottura’s ventures and find out more about the hosted experience in Emilia-Romagna through the eyes of Massimo Bottura.
In my eyes, travel is one of the most important things we can do to better ourselves. Not only do you see amazing monuments and meet colourful people, you learn different ways of overcoming issues and grow as an individual. As a traveller, I’ve always tried to support the local community I was visiting, However, it wasn’t
Most people who have dealt with Indian travellers will have realised that we’re not the best of tourists. We’re cheap and can be uncouth, but as far as the Indian tourist’s behaviour is concerned, we’re hardly the world’s worst tourists. No, the award for the worst-behaved tourists goes to… domestic tourists. However, things are changing
The International Travel Bloggers & Media Conference (ITBMC) in Kathmandu, was the second day of The Himalayan Travel Mart 2018, held on 2nd June 2018 in Kathmandu, at the Soaltee Crowne Plaza Kathmandu. It was a platform for travel bloggers to network, learn and meet travel experts from Nepal. It was also to understand the challenges
The lightning flashed and crackled outside the window. I was flying Nepal Airlines flight RA 202 into Kathmandu and we were caught in a thunderstorm. A massive rain cloud was shooting forks of lighting as large and scary as Thor’s Mjolnir. It was an electrical party in the sky with the clouds all around us
I could smell the musty scent of the red earth. There was no breeze and it was a few hours before sunset. With every step that Maya and Phoolkali took, small fragments of earth flew up leaving a cloud of dust in their wake. The dust settled on my clothes, my skin, my hair. I
I first went to Agonda beach in 1991, when there was not a soul or shack on the beach. At the time, I was studying at Goa University at Taleigao Plateau, doing a Masters in Marine Biotechnology. I was staying in the hostel at the University campus and set out for Palolem beach in Canacona