#AdventuresBeyondBoundaries: These are not holidays. These are adventures and so by their very nature, extremely risky. You really are putting both your health and life at risk. That’s the whole point. Your chances of being seriously injured or dying as a result of taking part are high. There have been plenty of instances where individuals […]Continue Reading
All stitched up!!
From here the 3rd leg of the Polar Odyssey would head into the LATAM countries with initial tackling the Baja California, Mexico, and go all the way down to Cabo San Lucas, from where we would take a ferry to connect us to mainland Mexico, which would allow us to hook up to the Pan […]Continue Reading
How do you plan to go from the Arctic to the Antarctic!!!
17th of Jan 2018 was my last working day in a corporate cubicle and I immediately started to refine on the bigger plans in place. So the route would take us from Alaska, post landing in Anchorage, head North towards the Dalton Highway and would eventually end at a place called Deadhorse, which would then […]Continue Reading
Flight of the Condor-Bajaj Dominar Polar Odyssey
The idea of the Dominar Polar Odyssey was initially named as Flight of the Condor, and this idea was initially mooted by Mr. Eric Vaz, President, Bajaj Auto. This idea was conceptualized during the Press Meet after the most successful adventure of the Dominar Trans-Siberian Odyssey, amidst huge fanfare when Bajaj announced it to the […]Continue Reading
Road of Bones
The Road of Bones, as it’s meant to be.. While no attempt to glorify the situation that regular commuters face, the situation can get disastrous depending on the weather.. Roads getting washed away and under current in the river crossing not imaginable.. A turnoff at the 2000 kms mark on the Federal Highway of the […]Continue Reading
Exactly a month into the Dominar Trip360 Trans-Siberian Odyssey was we setting foot on the Lake Baikal! A ride into the planned location – Irkutsk and the ride will be long remembered .. I remembered every sequence of the movie, The Independence Day as we headed into Irkutsk.. The towering heavy clouds constantly gave in […]Continue Reading
Bharathi Rajaram… a name that would eventually be associated with truckload of guidance from here on… first, she introduced Igor Shaligin .. A 48 year old gentleman was referred to us by her ..Batty, as Igor refers her,, who visited the town of Tayshet exactly a month back. Tayshet is strategic in its location for […]Continue Reading
To Russia with Love
toTimeless memories weave throughout Kazakhstan … and as I prepare to leave this beautiful exotic country, a strong bond of friendship seals in Kalbatao. In the last 20 days, across the 4 Countries that included a portion and detour in Uzbekistan, heading into Tajikistan via the most picturesque route through Khujand and Dushanbe, hooking ourselves […]Continue Reading
Ramadan in Kazakhstan
Konurylen, Kazakhstan… I may have got the place name wrong as language was a definite challenge and google had no location set up. We stopped to grab some tea but there was no one around to ask if it was available. Then this old lady walks out of the only shop, with her daughter and […]Continue Reading