Early morning light filtering through the portico columns in Bologna

Porticoes of Bologna

It gets very hot and muggy in Bologna. The Bolognese covered their walkways for miles on end in endless porticoes to solve for this problem. These porticoes are now a UNESCO contender.
Un-earthly sunset, before midnight, somewhere in Eastern Iceland.

But we love our lives more: The Solitude of North Iceland

Northern Iceland is as remote as it gets. Tree-less wind-swept lava-colored landscapes. Mud-scaped roads to reach a town where Puffins camped out. The brown-blue-green palettes of old volcanic craters. The simultaneous solitude and ear-shattering thunder of massive waterfalls such as Godafoss and Dettifoss. The sulphur-tinged turquoise lakes around Myvatn. And barely any humans.
Hassan II Mosque, as seen across the white town of Casablanca, in Morocco.

Eid in Morocco

We had doubts around visiting Morocco in the middle of Ramadan, but our experience turned out flawless and unique, especially witnessing Eid on the last day of our stay.
A lone SUV driving across the dusty road late at night on a sunny summer day in Iceland

The Gerua Crowd : Bollywood takes over Iceland

It has been said that Bollywood has done more for world wide tourism than any tourist magazine. Needless to say, this was a widely held view by the 2+ Billion Earthlings that can’t escape Bollywood, and also a view held…