Nithin C
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Are you connected to the tourism/travel/hospitality industries or travel media in any way? If so, please specify how (kindly include any relevant company names/Web sites!).
I'm a freelance travel writer with writings posted on my website at
On which destinations & travel topics can you advise members especially well?
Indonesia, budget travel, socially conscious travel, languages, activist, grassroots change, Southeast Asia
What destinations are you most interested in learning about?
Asia, French Africa, Burma, Japan
Other travel / language expertise?
French, Telugu, Indonesia

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An Unexpected Asian Wedding Tour

When dreams come true, they no longer seem like dreams. For me to imagine that, when I first took an airplane abroad alone, to Paris, that I had no friends anywhere in Europe or Asia. Now, years later, another early dream involved weddings. It seemed like the ultimate way to show that you'd been accepted into a culture, to take part in one of its most personal…


Posted on May 26, 2016 at 8:00pm

The How of Travel

Life is a variety of experiences – depth, quality, lived in the details. In a previous post I talked about how I want to be defined by actions, not interests. Here, I want to talk about how those actions are defined not by what they are, but how they are done.

Not long ago…


Posted on December 27, 2015 at 10:10pm

Italian Train Encounters


Nithin Coca is a Freelance Writer and author whose traveled to over 44 countries. This is an excerpt from his first book, Traveling Softly and Quietly, now for sale on Amazon.

I looked up as a cute girl walked up…


Posted on July 20, 2014 at 11:47am — 1 Comment

A Spanish Adventure: Andalusia's 'Fiesta del Agua'

Nithin Coca's first book, Traveling Softly and Quietly, is now for sale on Amazon and Createspace. This is an excerpt from that book. 

We were waking down an alley in the albaicin, the old, Arab quarter of Granada, a maze of brick walls, enclosed, classical white Arab compounds with lovely courtyards, small hidden city squares, all built…


Posted on July 11, 2014 at 9:00am

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At 9:08pm on July 31, 2012, Tripatini said…

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