Tate Modern, London
Cancona, South Goa, India
Look after nature and it will look after you
Palolem Beach, South Goa, India
Despair, that's what I feel when I see a sign selling Shark Fin Soup. Ubiquitous around Asia, this soup is single handedly descemating the shark population around the world. Around 70 million sharks are killed by humans every year, compared to on average 7-10 humans killed by sharks annually.
Missing Ubud today. By far the better part of our trip to Indonesia. The people were much nicer than the coast too. The monsoons really brings everything to life.
A street vendor selling Durian in the China town district of Bangkok. Never tried it but it certainly has an acquired scent. I always feel like it will taste like Jacfruit, a very similar looking fruit which I happen to adore but the aforementioned scent stops me in my tracks.
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
The island of Chorao, a bird sanctuary in North Goa which also happens to be where I spent most of my summer holidays. Bored out of my brains as a child but I can't seem to get enough of it now. Its amazing how we take things for granted when we are kids.
Growing up in a city like Mumbai you get used to the pace of life. Always in a rush, always on the go. Coming back to it after a decade its definitely picked up the pace whilst maintaining its charm. There's no place like home.
Always been a sucker for bread. These sweet bread or 'Poi's' as they are called are my favourite. The fact they are 6 for 20p does't make resisting them easy. Heated in an oven, toasted and smothered in butter they make breakfast that much sweeter.
Breathgrasping view, terrible service. That's how I would describe my experience at the Vertigo & Moon Bar in Bangkok, Thailand. Never been that high up in a man made structure before. I would recommend it but don't expect good service and wallet friendly prices for that matter.
People often sneer at street food. It's unhygienic they say. And to an extent I can get that. But I would always trust an open kitchen like the one above where I can exactly what is going in my food and how clean it is than a kitchen tucked away in the back.
It is truly in the monsoons that the Indian sub-continent is reborn. Swathes of brown from the burnt summer give way to deep fluorescent shades of green. The change is even visible from outer space.
North Goa, India