Category Archives: Travel

A Wishlist And Not The Bucket List!

As 2016 draws to an end, I reflect back on the year and its sweet and sour moments. The year has been quite fruitful but it is ending on literally a sour note for me….Why? ‘Coz I got infected by the … Continue reading

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Matheran Nostalgia

It is that time of year again, when the love-struck couples make a beeline to Matheran, the cozy and tiniest hill station in India. Located in Western Ghats of Raigad district in Maharashtra, Matheran, a quaint little town, the name … Continue reading

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Travelling With An E-Visa

If I remember correctly, my exposure to travelling to different locations for tourism began at two years of age when my parents traveled to Goa tugging me along on a cruise. While most kids and their parents traveled to grandparents’ … Continue reading

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The Land Of Royals, Jaisalmer

Steeped in sagas of royalty, bravery, conspiracy and scars from many wars, this city of sun, sand and ship of desert, has abundance of history, art, architecture, and desert adventures on offer for the inquisitive and intrepid travelers besides being … Continue reading

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Haridwar – The Treasure of Uttarakhand

When I was a teenager, my parents were located in crime saturated Muzzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh. Haridwar and Rishikesh were the two close destinations where we would often go….it gave my mother some peace. I loved going to Har ki … Continue reading

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A Holiday In The US of A

I love to travel…period. But it’s not everyday that we plan a holiday, a month-long at that, abroad, because honestly that is a big decision and a hell lot of budgeting….And yet we did plan for a month-long vacation to the … Continue reading

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Adalaj Vav: An Illustration of Love and Religious Tolerance

This post was first published at Open Road Review. The longer version is here:  “It’s amazing what people do for love. It’s even more amazing what love does for people” It was for this love, for her deceased husband Veer Sinh … Continue reading

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10 Trips in Twelve Months: 2015, A Year of Travel

I guess I took this quote literally this year… Yes we travelled and travelled a lot with as many as ten different trips sprinkled over the year. The year began with a bang with a para-gliding event within the city … Continue reading

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5 Reasons That Are Making Me Question Travel Blogging

These are just my feelings not meant to disregard hard work of other travel bloggers. As the year draws to an end I look back on my journey as travel blogger…I am still far too insignificant in this burgeoning crowd of travel … Continue reading

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Life lessons I learnt while snorkelling at Andaman Islands

 “The best way to observe a fish is to become a fish”- Jacques Yves Couousteau  So I agreed to a trip to Andaman Islands with the highlight of itinerary being snorkelling at Elephant Beach. I felt as buoyant as the … Continue reading

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