A traveler’s muse is often the new places and cities he visits. And so is mine. At the slightest mention of a trip to a new city or place, I get super charged. I start imagining about the place, do research and plan my trip. To ensure that my trip becomes memorable, I click as many photographs as possible at different locations. One of the best methods for me to see a city is on foot. I walk as much as possible, exploring the length and breadth of a city, soaking up the spirit of the place. My best walking experiences have occurred on the cobblestone streets of Toledo (Spain) and Guanajuato (Mexico). Both cities have very picturesque cobblestone streets.
Traveling in the public transport enables me to know the local culture and life much better, and often strike interesting conversation. These interactions make my life enriched and let me have countless stories and experiences. My mantra in any new place is to live like a local and hence, most often my preferred mode of accommodation is hostels where i can meet fellow travelers from across the globe.