Whether you are a local traveler or an NRI visiting India, being a ‘tourist’ at this time is not really a good idea. I reckon you will be familiar with the recent currency demonetization decision made by the Indian government. Well, it doesn’t seem like a pretty decision for now, eh? Travelers, out of all… Continue reading How did I travel without a worry amidst the currency ban?
Exhilarating, Uplifting, Mighty, Scenic, Mysterious, Overwhelming, daunting, Intoxicating and Crazy! These are my exact thoughts the moment I begin to think about my next adventure into the mountains. It feels like I am on the precipice of unravelling some wonderful trails in the woods and that makes my heart go racing. This is what defines… Continue reading Nepal – the land of my awe-inspiring dream trail!
A far-stretched road and a plan to hit all the spots you have a market on the map! How does it sound? Cool. Awesome. Glorious. I know right! I can never stop falling for road-trips no matter how many of them I undertake every now and then. I love that innate sense of freedom and… Continue reading TRIPPING THROUGH HIMALAYAS – Kathmandu to Pokhara
Hola adventure seekers! How have you been? April is here and so is spring! I am sure you all have been gearing up for some exciting travel plans. This month’s guest post by food expert and travel enthusiast Roxana Oliver brings you the best of both worlds – travel & food! We agree both are… Continue reading Where to Eat in Darling Harbour, Sydney -By Food expert Roxana Oliver
Spring is here and so is Holi, the ‘festival of colors’. This Hindu festival is a euphoric celebration across North India and Nepal. Not getting into lengthy details about its tradition, according to some legends, demon Holika who was immune to fire got burnt this day and it symbolically represents the victory of good over… Continue reading Top 5 ways to celebrate Holi in India
Have you ever traveled solo or intend to? Well, then maybe you can understand all the fuss about ‘solo female travel’. Travelling alone as a woman, I think, has its shares of pros and cons. In some cases, it is a bit overhyped I feel but then you can’t take chances either. Without a doubt,… Continue reading Solo Female Travel – Pros and Cons
I’m sure each one of you inspire a life-long love for Paris. The French capital and the city of vogue models and lovers, art and fashion and the iconic Eiffel tower bathed in glamorous lights in the night is sure on everyone’s wishlist (including mine!) and why wouldn’t it be for the obvious reasons, right!… Continue reading Two days in Paris – Guest post by Roxana Oliver
The capital city of Rajasthan, famously known as ‘Paris of India’ and known for its rich heritage is a haven for those in love with all things vintage and artsy. Jaipur is not just about all things ‘pink’ or chaotic mix of art and culture or busy markets bustling with tourists. There is definitely more… Continue reading Offbeat Jaipur : 5 epic must-have experiences
I get it, its day of love! But a plain date? Isn’t it so cliché?! Why not do something else to express (rather explore) your love and not just spend a few hours on a typical date but a complete day altogether! I reckon that sure means skipping on your LBD, ladies but the joy… Continue reading Why you should ditch the usual V-day date to travel with your bae
History : One of the UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites in Nepal, this temple is a major religious attraction of Kathmandu. The temple is dedicated to Lord Pashupati (literally meaning ‘Lord of all animals’), one of the avatars of Lord Shiva. It is the oldest Hindu temple in Kathmandu with its existence dating back to… Continue reading Pashupatinath Temple, Nepal ~ Reflections on devotion & death