He is on a mission to travel and unravel the world and share his beautiful, strange experiences. Know the experience of Harshil Shah, a Radio Jockey who not only traverses extensively, but, also documents pieces of his surreal journey in his diary:
Tell us something about yourself and your background
I am a Radio Host from last 10 years and have been hosting some popular evening shows. Started travelling frequently since 2012, and ever since then I haven’t stopped the journeys.
How many countries and Indian states have you travelled?
In India, I’ve travelled Uttranchal, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Rajasthan and Maharashtra and also, visited countries like UAE, USA, Thailand, Hungary, Czech Republic and France.
Any interesting travel moment or incidence
Near Karlovy Vary, Prague
I remember when I was in Karlovy Vary near Prague in Czech Republic and was caught by local police who was not speaking English. I was having this fancy beard so he had doubts and was apprehensive. The cop checked my passport and bags and even inquired a lot about other things. Then he thought it was his mistake, so he apologised and told me to have a delicious meal in one of the Indian restaurants over there. The incidence was creepy at first, but eventually turned out to be a cute experience.
Most popular places to visit at the destination
Prague city life is the best and even in Karlovy Vary, one can enjoy world’s best thermal spa.
Tell us about your fears and anxieties when traversing solo. How you keep them at bay?
Not much of fears and anxieties, though I just wish my flights take off and land on time.
What’s your favourite travel quote?
More you travel more exposure you get by living in the moment.
What’s the strangest thing you tried on your travelling days?
I’ve travelled with my whole suitcase everywhere on my first international travel and didn’t keep it in hotel.
Any travel tips for the readers?
Yeah, carry less weight with you, don’t worry much about your food when you are travelling just manage with whatever you get. Don’t just visit the place to click photos, know the details or history of the place. Wherever you travel, try to see the culture and people closely that will give you the best exposure. Keep on writing the short points while you are on the go.
Where are you off to next?
South East India