Pxley

"I forgot to follow the track. I stepped a few paces from the path, and my familiar world appeared strange to me, like a flower I had only known in bud."

—Rabindranath Tagore, Lover's Gift and Crossing

End of the Journey: Saying Goodbye to Pxley's Travel Stories

From Bangkok to Barcelona to Bar Harbor, I have been fortunate enough to learn about different cultures, traditions, and beautiful locations. These experiences have shaped my life in so many ways.

Pxley was a heartfelt exploration of my personal travel experience stories, from bustling metropolises to serene landscapes. My mission was to inspire others to build their own memorable experiences, offering a free and unfiltered glimpse into the beauty, challenges, and spontaneity of travel.

Sharing my travel experience stories on Pxley alone was insufficient; I needed you to be a part of this adventure. Therefore, as the sun sets on Pxley, I want to take this opportunity to thank a few individuals.

Pxley would not have been possible without the care and support of Mohan and Dan. I remain indebted to you.

Thank you to those that:

Limited Archive

The Pxley travel experience stories offered a glimpse into my journeys and experiences as seen through my looking glass. The following is a limited archive of those Pxley stories:

The following are a handful among many travel experience stories that struck a chord with the Pxley community:

A Reason

My late mother was the one who instilled in me the importance of embracing change and welcoming new experiences. She often told me, "Travel; it will teach you more than any textbook ever could."

I am truly grateful for the chances I've had to explore the world. I hope that you, too, will find the time to embark on journeys and create lasting memories. Remember, life is short.

In his final years, my late father shared a lot of wise advice. I once asked him if he could share just one, what would that be? He paused for a while, smiled, and exclaimed:

"Dance! Find a reason to be happy, and dance."

I have several reasons to be happy and here's what I'm dancing to: