I always enjoy good coffee, but I love it more when I make some myself :P. For the last few months or so, I have been making coffee at home. I first started of with a cheap coffee maker, and some beans pre-ground from the grocery store. This was okay for a while, but things changed when I began to try pour over coffee at different coffee shops. This slowly turned into an obsession.
What do you do when you have a layover in Dubai, which is sufficiently long (23 hours in my case)? Get a transit visa and go around Dubai. This post will give you itinerary ideas if you decide to spend at-least a day in Dubai.
How do I get a Visa? I hold an Indian Passport and most Indian passport holders need to get a visa before they visit any country.
Introduction I have never travelled by train in the United States since the time I have been here. All this while, I have always flown in/out of a destination or I have driven or I have taken the bus. So this time around I decided to give the trains in America a chance.
In July 2016, I travelled across the USA by train. Traveling from coast to coast in the U.
I live in San Jose, California and often I am on the lookout for quick weekend getaways. Portland is one, if you find cheaper flight deals. Usually Alaska Airlines has some nice deals throughout the year. You can subscribe to those on the Alaska Airlines website and keep a lookout for deals in your inbox. I travelled to Portland, Oregon with a friend of mine for the weekend as we got really cheap flights for 290$ round trip for both of us.
I have been traveling quite a bit in the past couple of years and I have mostly stayed at hotels. However during my last vacation, I went to Maui and stayed in a hostel for a week. I have come to realize on how much fun I have missed all these years. This was my first time staying at a hostel and it was a refreshing experience.
Diversity. In just under a week, I had met people from Switzerland, Germany, London, Australia, Costa Rica, Colombia, France, Czech Republic, Canada, Singapore and Spain.
I came to the US in August 2012 for pursuing my masters in Computer Science at USC. Since then, when not studying and working on my assignments I travelled. I am writing this post because I want to tell a story and will do so using pictures which I clicked while I travelled.
I live in Los Angeles. So went and saw the Hollywood sign up-close.
I am often asked this question on how I am able to find time to do so many things. Work, Travel, Food, Adventure, Photography I do them all. My answer is simple, we are here for a short period of time and we have to make sure you make best use of it.
I am just listing few things which you should consider doing if you aren’t doing it already.
I reviewed this paper as part of my Computer Communications course at USC.
Introduction YouTube traffic is bursty. These bursts trigger packet losses and stress router queues, causing TCP congestion-control algorithm to kick in. The paper provides an implementation called Trickle, a server side mechanism which uses TCP to rate limit YouTube video streaming. Trickle paces the video stream by placing an upper bound on TCP’s congestion window.
YouTube follows the concept of just-in-time delivery i.