Lesson#3: No Presumptions in a foreign country

Well, we all take things for granted right, certain things work one way in India, why won’t they be elsewhere?! And one such assumption we made almost cost us our lives at one night in Paris due to one innocent mistake.   You might have read my enamored blog post on the Eiffel Tower (if you... Continue Reading →

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48 hours in Mcleodganj

Waking up to the mountains is a wonderful feeling in itself. Especially after the arduous task of travelling to a hill station in India in the first place. So wake up and go get yourself a lovely breakfast, one with a view is preferable. My personal favorite was Asia Resorts & Spa. Once you are... Continue Reading →

Must Have Experiences in Bhutan

Each country has its own fair share of things that are particularly unique to it. Bhutan is no exception. Sharing land boundaries with India, Bhutan is easily accessible for Indians. Click Here for details on how to plan a trip to Bhutan and the places you could visit. Few things I believe must most certainly be a... Continue Reading →

The New Year Syndrome

It's back! It is that time of the year that calls for a mandatory existential crisis and extensive reflection. Your heart goes back and forth, back and forth, oscillating viciously between all that baggage from the past and the truckloads of hope you hold for the future. It is that time of the year, where... Continue Reading →

7 Must have experiences in Europe

Europe is a bundle of experiences and the alternatives from which you can choose as a part of your itinerary are umpteen. All you need is a Schengen visa and a Eurail Pass and you’re good to go to 26 countries. But there are always some experiences that leave a mark in you like no... Continue Reading →

The love for beaches

Recently I got back to my routine runs at Worli Sea Face. As I finished my run, I had this warm feeling spreading through me that brought a familiar smile on my face just looking at the waves. They were barely visible in the dark night and I found myself thinking just why I have... Continue Reading →

The 7- mile drive

Continuing my stories on my first trip to the United States, the beach lover in me was over-excited for the Key West leg to begin. The usual traveller in me always loved googling every aspect of the town I plan to visit, but this time I decided I’ll take it as it comes. Key West... Continue Reading →

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