Who am I?
I am a full time I.T. engineer based in Bangalore, who love traveling. Part of it is ingrained in my DNA as being from an Army family I traveled from one corner of India to another. I can not tell you how much I hated it when every three years we moved, leaving friends and school behind was painful. But at the same time I loved it too, as I found myself in a new place with new people to share the bond of friendship. Life goes on, you know…
I write under the name of Vidyut Rautela, and apart from this blog also have a published novel which you can find on Amazon. The book is called The Himalayan Tsunami. If the subject intrigues you, give it a go.
Connect with me
Interested for a cup of Java or a stimulating conversation in the virtual world? Feel free to reach me on any of the social media platforms or write to me at email@example.com.
Needless to say, I love travel experiences – good or bad. If you have one to share, I’d be happy to listen to them.
Work with me
I also undertake following assignments:
1. Sponsored trips
If you are looking to get your travel business (e.g. package tours, hotels, country/loca tourism etc.) reviewed in my blog or on other online platform, you can sponsor my trip. Please note that I prefer a flexible itinerary as I like to explore, experience and soak in the place at my own pace.
2. Restaurant/ hotel/ resort reviews
If you have an accommodation/ food business I can cover them in my blog. But, please note that all the reviews would be 100% genuine and I’d write just as I experienced it. In no way, my reviews can be influenced or coerced. I’d suggest you to not engage me if your facility is subpar.
3. Freelance writing gigs
I don’t do freelance writing, but I am open if you have something really interesting. I have couple of friends with excellent writing skills, if you need something exclusive I can help you connect with them (at no cost).
Something else in mind? Apart from the above three if you have any other travel opportunity to offer, please feel free to reach out to me. Who knows what could become of it?