Were you at Cap & # 39; n Nero & # 39; s Hyderabad storytelling event?

Segway-like vehicles were also used by the police to keep an eye on the large crowd on Marina Beach.

It's no secret that Roastery Coffee House has a full house on weekdays or weekends, but on the evening of February 7th, tour guide Neeraj Narayanan (aka Cap & # 39; n Nero) felt that the cafe was thanks to its narrative event was more comfortable than usual.

The café was full of aromas of freshly ground coffee and freshly cut flatbread, but also full of laughter and occasional aws. Around 40 people appeared, including many of Neeraj's Instagram followers who would have finally met him personally. Anyone could see Neeraj in a crowd, provided he has a captain's hat on his head no matter what hour or occasion. You know what they say about a man in uniform.

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Prashant Sinha, manager of the Roastery Coffee House, found it easy to get Neeraj to Hyderabad. “Neeraj has a really good following [of more than 1 lakh on Facebook] not only because of its content, but also because of its own story. Before becoming known for his travels, Neeraj worked as a normal nine-to-five year old. In 2013 he quit his job to pursue his true passion for travel. But it was practical; Instead of going straight to Spain, he planned a four-day trip to Goa that changed everything. So I wanted him to come to the monastery. "

Were you at Cap & # 39; n Nero & # 39; s Hyderabad storytelling event?

According to Prashant, the fact that Neeraj, who has been in 45 countries to date, is "two TEDx spokespersons, one Spanish bull racer and ever random street dancer" has added to the attractiveness. When he returned home, he climbed the Himalayas in Sikkim, Nepal and Bhutan and fell in love with the mountains. This means that he now plans to climb as many as possible in the coming years.

“A trip is decent when everyone has had a good time and has returned happily. But it is only successful if at least three or four of them tear apart or postpone their tickets in order to spend more time together, ”says Neeraj.

In 2014, Neeraj launched On His Own Trip, a brand that takes small groups of people on trips to different destinations in India, Southeast Asia and Europe. Over the next few months, Neeraj will travel to Coonoor, Thailand, Andaman, Bhutan, Rishikesh, Vietnam and Lakshadweep. Just before Valentine's Day, let's say that his travels appeal to people who are looking for "People Finding" Sachha Love and Sachha Lust. "

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