Wooden boats of Hallstatt

We already know what a visual treat Hallstatt is. The picturesque village on the lake with the same name owes its existence to the rich deposit of salt in the mountain of Hallstatt. If you are Gandhi or somebody who participated in the Dandi march, you would love this tale. 7000 years ago, as the…

Tracing our #silkroots

Our past is what has made us, us. We are trying to reach a place where our ancestors and their glorious stories await us. This is the ‘passing the baton’ that will connect us to the centuries of trade. Follow the untold story of a route that has defined not just your or our story,…

Egon Schiele

Schiele’s work was already the talk of Cesky Krumlov, but then he met his idol – Gustav Klimt. He went a bold step further with the inclusion of Klimt’s decorative eroticism and with what some may like to call figurative distortions, that included elongations, deformities, and sexual openness. Schiele’s self-portraits helped re-establish the energy of…

Show-off Chapter 8

Lettuce Turnip the Beet. The good news is that the autumn is here and with it, kitchen gardens are making the annual comeback, thankfully so. #Foundonallfours is bringing together some of our favorite gardeners, this October, who believe growing your own food is like printing your own money. Shhh! Let’s do this while it’s legal….

Lago Sandoval

Imagine being in the middle of a jungle lake with your eyes closed. We happened to do this little experiment at Lago Sandoval, surrounded by different types of rainforest, two hours from Puerto Maldonado by boat down the Madre de Dios. A hike of three kms through the slush takes you to the wooden planks…

Gustav Klimt

We are foundonallfours at the home of eroticism. An example of how one man’s obsession with the female body can turn into paintings, murals, sketches and other art forms purely because there weren’t enough feminist crying the ‘Objectifying’ word. Not that in those times his work wasn’t subjected to the moral scrutiny and labels such…

The palace of salt

This is the palace of salt. The world’s first hotel completely made of salt. Why would anyone make a building out of salt? Well because it’s located in the middle of the world’s highest and biggest salt flat. Those who like their sodium chloride can stay here during their trip from Uyuni to Atacama. It…

Show-off 6: Solo travel stories

Only 50% of our Show-off 6 speakers have facial hair. Hence proved, not all solo travelers are ungroomed and scruffy. This Sunday, come and hear some hair-raising solo travel tales.

Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca has to be the most sacred of the water bodies South America has. It can be their version of Ganges, if that’s the case Copacabana is their Haridwar. #Shrimanyol is found mesmerised by the the deep blue sky mimicking the rich blue color of the waters below, fringed by yellow grass reeds that are used…

Show-Off Chapter 5

Foundonallfours Show-off is back in Delhi with its chapter 5. The latest edition is all about people who travel around the world for their taste buds. We shall celebrate every travelling foodie whose last name is Hungry and the first name is Always. If you are one who sees waffles in a hashtag you belong…

At the home of off-roading

We are at the home of off-roading. It’s the second home, if not the first. Dakar Rally was conceptualized as an endurance race some forty years back when somebody thought we needed to introduce the world to undulations while driving recklessly. Hence born this amazing idea of racing cars, bikes, quads and trucks through terrains…

Show-Off Chapter 4

At found on all fours, we love showing off our travel stories and pictures. Taking this narcissistic tradition forward, we are organising our fourth travel meet-up, first in Pune, of an equally self-indulgent group of nomads – found on all fours #ShowOff 4. The format is simple – a bunch of nomads will meet face-to-face to flaunt…