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Hey there! I am a city explorer and master travel planner. I just love soaking in the vibe of different places and experiencing their festivals. I truly believe that every little thing on this planet has an impact on us, and I am all about immersing myself in the diverse cultures out there.
By profession, I am into biomedical research, working to bring advanced medical treatments to the people in India. It's my dream to make these treatments available to as many folks as possible.
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Spending more money only builds a thicker wall between you and what you travelled so far to see - Rick Steves
Couchsurfing is like a traveller's dream come true for folks like me. It adds so much depth to an authentic travel experience by connecting like-minded folks and having the mingling of cultures. I am all about soaking up the benefits of this platform and giving back to the community.
Books - Eleven Minutes and The Valkyries by Paulo Coehlo, Range by David Epstein, Do No Harm by Henry Marsh, Wings of Fire - an autobiography of APJ Abdul Kalam, Lonely Planet Germany and Canada, Who Will Cry When You Die? by Robin Sharma
My friends and I chose to spend the night at Plaça de Catalunya station as we were budget-travelling.
I am all about the joy of learning, and if there's one thing I can teach you, it's how to embrace that curiosity! As a biomedical scientist, I get a kick out of sharing my research adventures, especially when it comes to finding kick-butt cancer treatments.
But, hey, my interests aren't all lab-coat serious! I am diving into the world of Indian classical singing and experimenting with various painting styles. Oh, and planning trips? That's my jam – the most thrilling part of my life, hands down!
When I am not in the hustle, you will catch me meditating or getting my nature fix through hiking, camping, or anything that brings me closer to the great outdoors. Life's an adventure, and I am here for it all! 😊
Btw, some people refer to me as 'Jugaadu'. It comes from a colloquial word in Indo-Aryan languages, referring to a person who excelled at finding a non-conventional, frugal innovation, often termed a "hack". Let's see how can I make jugaad in our next travel!
1. Crazy travel stories
2. Recipes of Indian dishes
3. Best places, seasons and festivals to visit in India
4. My time and perception
Canada, France, Germany