I wrapped up my time in Israel with a sightseeing blitz where I visited 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in one day. Click here to read about my road trip to North Central Israel.
I visited the ancient city of Acre where I walked through Crusader and Ottoman history, visited the holiest Bahai site and ate one of the best meals of my life. Click here to read about my day in beautiful Acre, Israel.
Despite issues picking up a rental car, I had a fantastic day exploring Israel´s 3rd largest city and headquarters of the Bahai faith. Click here to read about my trip to Haifa.
I spent 3 days in Tel Aviv, the super-cool, beachside, cultural and economic juggernaut. The trip culminated in my MBA teammate´s wedding. Click here to read about one of my now-favorite cities in the entire world.
I spent a night in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel and holy city of the three monotheistic religions. Click here to read about my brief but busy sightseeing blitz.
I visited the heated city of Hebron in the southern West Bank, which contains the tomb of Abraham and his family. Click here to read about my day in this most troubled place.
I visited the birthplace of Jesus and stayed in an Airbnb in a refugee camp. Click here to read about my insightful day in Bethlehem, Palestine.
8 years later I returned to Mumbai. This time I visited some of the neighborhoods where my business school friends live such as Bandra, Dadar and Sion and had a completely different experience. Click here to read about Central Mumbai.
I love traveling and have a great time pretty much anywhere. However, Pune was one of those places where I did not have a good time – mostly due to my own doing. Click here to read about my rough adventure in India’s 7th largest city.
After attending the most epic wedding of my life, I stayed in Kochi for two days to do some sightseeing in the ancient Jewish and early European colonial town of Fort Cochin and the beautiful Kerala Backwaters.