I utilised the 18 hour layover with a quick visit to windmills of Zaanse Schans near Amsterdam, The Netherlands and had a great time!
A short visit to Munich and Salzburg in February was the best one week I spent in 2020, just before the virus struck.
Scotland has many places to watch salmons leaping as they return to their natal river. I was lucky this autumn to spot some.
Highland Boundary Fault is a geological feature that separates the Scottish Highlands from the Lowlands. You can clearly see the difference on two sides of the fault line. Read more...
Isle of Skye once used to be the dinosaur stomping ground. I decided to walk the island tracking the footprints on a hiking/camping trip and had a blast!
In my quest to visit Sciency places, I got an incredible chance to see the world's first and only rotating boat lift from inside. Read my first hand account
Scottish capital of Edinburgh is rich in history and tradition of inventions. Explore it with me in this blog from a Science enthusiast's perspective.
Did you know that the Romans built a wall to mark the northernmost border of their empire? Today we can see ruins of Antonine wall in modern day Scotland.
The Isle of May is a huge colony of Puffins & other seabirds. Without a doubt it's a great place for some fantastic bird phorography.
A photographic glimpse into incredibly beautiful Scotland as a precursor to more posts on various interesting locations in Scotland
“Nah, Christmas isn’t big in India. Diwali is India’s Christmas”, I was explaining to a fellow PhD student over lunch break. As much as I love Diwali I think I have become fond of Christmas here. I find it utterly…
Hello after a long break, again! It has been a busy but an exciting month for me here in Scotland. Having now successfully progressed into the second year of my PhD I am back at my alternate passion: travelling (and…