Travel Thoughts

A series of insightful blogs, thoughts and information pieces documented during my travels around the world as a digital nomad.

The Best Kecak Dance in Bali is at Uluwatu Temple

By Triv Andhare | Feb 16, 2020 |
Bats fly in the sky in bali

Bali is one unique island, not only on a world scale but even in its own country. With close-to 90% of Indonesians practising Islam, the inhabitants of Bali almost exclusively recognise Hinduism as their religion of choice. Far from its ancient roots in India, Hinduism in Bali is a completely different paradigm. The Uluwatu Temple…

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Must see Shaolin Temple during your China visit

By Triv Andhare | Feb 16, 2020 |
portrait of men in china

China is as diverse as it is populated! Every region has its own way of life, its own language and its own, unique, history. Having ducked and weaved through the masses of Beijing and Shanghai, I was aching for that unique Chinese experience. One that didn’t liken China to a massive super power, taking over…

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Read this BEFORE you purchase the NS day ticket in the Netherlands

By Triv Andhare | Feb 16, 2020 |
train carriage in the netherlands

The Netherlands is graced with sights and sounds to satisfy travellers from all walks of life. Many enjoy exploring the country through its efficient train system. Efficient as it may be, the intricacies of catching a train in the Netherlands are lost on many wanderers. So here are a few key points you should know before buying your day ticket with the NS (Nederlandse Spoorwegen).

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Best tourist places in Pune

By Triv Andhare | Feb 16, 2020 |

But have you been to Pune? Once living in the shadows of its juggernaut big brother, Mumbai; Pune is now a major business and cultural capital with multi-nats like Tech Mahindra, Bank of Maharashtra and Bajaj Group, to name a few, calling the in-land city, home. Despite its development as a key business centre, Pune…

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One day in Rotterdam

By Triv Andhare | Jan 7, 2020 |

Do yourself a favour and take a time-out from the shenanigans of Amsterdam and make your way south to one of the busiest Port cities in the world – Rotterdam. After being virtually annihilated during the second world war, Rotterdam rose from the ashes to build a culture predicated on inclusion, happiness and progress. Today…

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Being a Digital Nomad in Bruges

By Triv Andhare | Jan 7, 2020 |

Brugge is certainly no cheap-weekend trip, so prepare to dig a little deeper into those travelling pockets. Having said that, there are always ways you can be smart about your expenditure

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5 reasons why you should visit San Pancho in Nayarit

By Triv Andhare | Nov 15, 2019 |
man with fish in mexico

Picture a pristine coast line, swaying palm trees, organic farms, delicious locally sourced food and friendly faces. San Francisco, known nationally as San Pancho (SP), is the Mexican getaway you have been yearning for.

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5 reasons to live in San Pancho, Nayarit for Digital Nomads

By Triv Andhare | Nov 15, 2019 |
Sunset on the beach in san pancho

With your mind on money and money on your mind, it’s important to find places that are affordable and with good access to necessities**. San Pancho hosts an assortment of accommodation options to suit any budget.

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The Ultimate Guide to Vegetarian Food in Mexico

By Triv Andhare | Nov 1, 2019 |

Being a member of the life-long vegetarian club, the plight of finding a meat-less meal outside of the First World can have its struggles. Mexico is no exception. So, my fellow eternal herbivores and the newcomers, here is my ultimate guide to vegetarian Mexican food in Mexico.

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