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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 →

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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 →

Vietnam

Vietnam isn’t your cosmopolitan Singapore or swanky Hong Kong.  It will bring you face to face with rural lands, poverty and war remnants. But for a country whose history has been marred with wars and invasions, the people in Vietnam... Continue Reading →

Where’s my Coffee ?

I was in that ugly phase of life where I didn’t know what I wanted; what was my purpose; what to plan my life around? Deep thought-provoking questions with no answers! So I got thinking and wondered what got me... Continue Reading →

Unwind in Ljubljana

I am sitting down to write after what seemed like a never ending and extra busy week. I have never yearned for the weekend more ; to sit down, sip some coffee (and wine), stroll around the neighbourhood and just... Continue Reading →

Slovenia – In harmony with Nature

I grew up reading Enid Blyton, and often find myself wishing to get away from the city and discover the simple joys of farms, hills and brooks ( For a break of course. I am a city girl through and... Continue Reading →

Inside Istanbul

When Turkish Airlines gives you a Mumbai-Istanbul-London return fare at 28,000 INR (just 400 USD), it only makes sense to make Istanbul part of your travel plan.It also helps that Istanbul is a cultural melting pot, it straddles two different... Continue Reading →

Hvar & Dubrovnik

Welcome to Dalmatia, the oh-so-beautiful eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea lined with islands and stone fortresses and so full of history. How to get here? The largest city in this region, Split was the transit point of our travel plans... Continue Reading →

Plitvice Lakes

Plitvice National Park & Lakes Plitvička jezera, or just Plitvice,  is one of the oldest national parks in Southeast Europe and the largest national park in Croatia.In 1979, Plitvice Lakes National Park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage register.... Continue Reading →

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