Scuba diving is one of those adventure sports where you don’t need to do much physical activity, rather enjoy the beauty of the nature. The popularity of the sport is picking up in India. It is definitely one of the expensive sports, but a worthy one. So for those who want to try out this sport in India here is the information compiled for you.
Before starting I want to tell that I am not an Actor, I am not a Fitness model, I am not a Fitness guru. I have a day job which I love and fitness has always been one of the important things in my life. I am not writing this to show off, I am writing mainly because I want to share my journey and even if I motivate one person at the end of the day I will be a happy man.
Long awaited vacation since I joined the corporate world (IBM Watson). You come to a new place, settle down and by the time you know 6 months are already over. Scuba diving was pending from a long time to be ticked off from my adventure list. For 10 days I would just be with my kindle & camera (no laptop). I like traveling solo because I don’t want to restrict myself to the ideas of others. My friends and colleagues were kind of surprised when I said I was traveling alone. My family is almost used to my ideas & experiments. Will write a detailed post on “Why I like traveling solo?”. I love traveling in groups too but sometimes you just feel you want time with yourself to get some perspective.
I never thought I would be interested in traveling. Thanks to my Czech friends who have introduced me to the concept of “Backpacking”. I did trekking before but camping and trekking for a week in the surreal surroundings of Norway was just amazing. Read more