Fascinated with an adventurous life that can be caught on camera, Photography is Renuka Walter‘s favourite thing to do – after travelling, of course! This travel blogger loves the concept of solo travelling, one that many Indians, more so women, are hesitant about. Her story is brave and inspiring, for she makes us want to drop it all in a moment and get away to our dream destinations! Renuka loves to travel to new places, explore new cultures and take back memories of a lifetime.
She counts experiences because she believes, “The real meaning of travel is to discover, learn and grow.”
Let’s learn more about this fascinating woman on her dream to travel the world over a steaming cup of Coffee With Stayzilla.
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Blogger Mentions – BreathDreamGo, BackpackMe and TravelTriangle
Coffee With Stayzilla: A Conversation With Renuka Walter
1. From Online Media to Print, Photography to Travelling Solo, what can’t you do?
I can’t live a monotonous life. I need to do something new every day. Perhaps, that’s what inspires me to travel. I’m able to explore and experience new things on the road.
2. If someone gave you Rs. 1 Crore to spend, but not on travelling, how would you spend it?
Whoa! Of course, I’d spend it on travelling. Well, if not on travel, then maybe I’ll buy properties in all my favourite destinations – Udaipur, Goa, and Uttarakhand. 🙂
3. What’s your Travel Age?
I have been travelling since I was a kid. But, I’m into serious travelling for around 5 years or so.
4. Which one would you choose and why?
Treehouse | Jungle house | Boathouse | Hill top house | Beach house | Tent | Skyscraper
Anything but Skyscraper! I’m tempted to choose all the other options. But for now, I’d choose a Boat House and enjoy a romantic sojourn with my husband.
5. What is your most memorable holiday stay experience other than a hotel?
A Beach Resort Stay in Udupi, Karnataka and a stay with a Bhutia (Sikkimese) family in Gangtok. Also, my stay with a Nepalese family in Darjeeling.
Renuka’s Coffee With Stayzilla has been special, for we are inspired by her travel tales.