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Travel | Food | Daily Drama

Kumbalgarh

Thanks to Instagram (Yes, I will vouch for Instagram), one fine day I chanced upon a gorgeous picture of the Great Wall of India. Yes, there happens to be one and it happens to be the second largest wall in... Continue Reading →

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Meghalaya

I was in Guwahati 2 weeks ago at my husband's family home. And me being me wanted to explore places nearby. So, one fine Sunday morning, the husband and I set off to Meghalaya on a one day road trip.... Continue Reading →

Santorini, Greece

I grew up on a generous helping of rom-coms and drama. So I day-dreamed away, wanting to be the girl traipsing through quaint Parisian and English streets, frolicking in snow in Switzerland and breakfasting in style on the Grecian islands!... Continue Reading →

Rishikesh

If you’ve read my earlier blog posts, you are already familiar with how I drag my husband along on my travels. So when for the very first time he expressed interest in a place, I just couldn’t refuse! This trip... Continue Reading →

Budapest

During my student exchange in France, I hung out with quite a few Hungarians and one thing was for sure – Hungarians knew how to have fun! And why wouldn’t they ? With a country that offered cheap food and... Continue Reading →

LookBook: Hold on to your Hat

I am not one of those blessed with gorgeous hair. The huge wavy mess on top of my head takes forever to dry and style.  And when I’m travelling, there’s just no way I can spare that much time. So... Continue Reading →

Weekend in Amritsar

When the travel bug bites, you find yourself constantly scrolling up and down on Google Maps figuring out destinations nearby. And on one such day of scrolling, when Shreya (who was on her way to Chandigarh for a wedding) asked... Continue Reading →

Udaipur, Jaisalmer & Mount Abu

Where there is a will, there is a way! My Rajasthan trip is proof that no matter how broke and how short of time, there is always scope for a holiday. Ankur (the husband) and I had just come back... Continue Reading →

Cambodia

When they said travel teaches you in a way school doesn’t, they weren’t wrong. The history i learnt in school  featured India as a melting pot of cultures influenced by the Aryans, Mughals and the British. Sadly, it did no... Continue Reading →

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