Roadtrip – London 2 Jammu

Day 19: In and around Beautiful & Breathtaking Meteora, Greece


Meteora, Greece

It got pretty late before we could reach our hotel in Meteora, last few hours were spent on the zig-zag mountain roads. If you guys remember, this is something i like but Aarti no so much! So, i had to drive slower than usual and to top it all, we got lost as well. Aarti called up the hotel lady but that did not help much. GPS was also pointing to nowhere, we continued downhill (listened to common sense) and in few minutes we were at our destination.We stayed at Guesthouse Papastathis (Read Review of Guesthouse Papastathis)… [Read More]


Day 20: Santorini – A Visual Treat. Greece


Caldera View, Santorini

Finally the day arrived Aarti had been waiting for with since time immemorial. Yes, today we were flying to Santorini and if you have a wife or a girlfriend you already know how important it is for her to tick out this place from her wish list :-)

The hotel we have been staying in had an amazing staff, even thou we were checking out they agreed to let us park the car in the hotel parking and assured us that they will take care of it as it was fully stuffed. We stayed at Hotel Royal (Read review of Hotel Royal).. [Read More]

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  1. zoe

    This is such a great idea 🙂 I’ve heard of bicycle tours, people who hitchhike and of course people who road trip within a country, but driving on such a vast scale and for such a good cause I have not heard of before! Kutos to you, and thanks for inspiring me to keep going on my own journey

  2. shoeb masood

    Akhil & aarti please you can give technicla inputs of how to get permission for entring a vehicle ( indain Origin ) in the various countries where you had travelled through .

  3. Akhil Pathania

    Hi Shoeb,

    It would actually depend on which country/ies you wish to enter?
    1. Many countries accept “Carnet-De-Passage”, it is a visa kinda document for vehicles.
    2. China has its own mechanism and charges heavy duty on vehicles entering China, they wont even recognize international license.
    3. You are free to cross borders within Europe provided you have valid motor insurance.

    Let us know if you have any other questions 🙂


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