New Year brings new things in life – A hope for better future, a chance to learn from last year’s mistakes and a new drive to work towards your dream. All this leads to New Year RESOLUTIONS! Continue reading “4 Travel Resolutions That You Must Make in 2017”
This summer, ‘Winter is coming’. Yes, you guessed it right! We are planning a Euro trip in May 2017 and it is inspired by ‘Game of Thrones’ destinations. Continue reading “My 2017 Europe Itinerary: Inspired By Game Of Thrones Destinations”
Mahatma Gandhi (Bapu), a man respected and loved globally needs no introduction. I recently got an opportunity to visit Sewagram Ashram (Wardha). It was Mahatma Gandhi’s ashram and residence from 1936 to his death in 1948. The cottage has been preserved exactly the way it was at Gandhiji’s time. Continue reading “Sewagram Ashram: A Glimpse Into Mahatma Gandhi’s Life”
Goa, a destination rated high on the entertainment quotient is the best place for bachelorette weekend. Dazzling nightlife, lip-smacking cocktails, amazing nightclubs, wild beach parties and of course free flowing music makes it the best place for party animals. Continue reading “Bachelorette Bash: What Happens In Goa Stays In…This Blog”
Hawkers selling oranges in any Indian city try to attract passersby by shouting, “Nagpur ke Santre le lo” (Buy Nagpur Oranges). Yes! That’s what Nagpur is famous for and that’s why we call it as the ‘Orange City’. Nagpur farmers produce, sell and export sweet and juicy oranges. Continue reading “9 Amazing Things To Do In Nagpur (Maharashtra)”
Goa is a place which everybody visits at least once a year. I have been to North Goa multiple times and have explored the beaches and shacks. This October (2016) I got a chance to visit Goa for a bachelorette party; I decided to arrive a day earlier than my friends and explore areas near Panjim on my own. Continue reading “Goa Explored From A Local’s Perspective– Old Goa, Cumbarjua and St. Estevam”
This month has been the AWARD month for me. I started blogging in August 2016 and have received 3 awards so far from the fellow bloggers. It makes me feel happy to know that people enjoy reading what I write. Continue reading “I Have Received A Liebster Award!”
I wrote this post sitting at a shack on Calungute Beach in Goa. The weather was hot and humid and my body was dehydrating. I ordered a fresh lime soda, took a pen and paper and thought of writing something that inspired me to visit Goa. Continue reading “Why You Should Not Travel On A Tight Budget?”
Greece is a popular destination among the newlyweds. This tropical paradise offers couple everything they are looking for in a perfect honeymoon destination. I searched for almost a month before I finalized the country for my honeymoon. Here are the reasons why I chose Greece for my honeymoon and also my first international trip:
The Scenic Ferry Rides
Take a ferry from Piraeus port (Athens) to travel to some of the amazing Islands in Greece. Prefer a regular Blue Star ferry over a high speed one to sit on the deck and enjoy the view. The chilly ocean breeze, the beautiful view and a hot coffee is a perfect way to start your day.
The picture-perfect Santorini beaches are among the most romantic places I have ever been to. You can talk a walk along the sea shore, watch a sunrise or a sunset, enjoy local food and beer (Or the famous Santorini wine) or just relax and read a book.
The bewitchingly beautiful sunset in Greece is a sight to behold.
The first dinner date as a married couple should be memorable. Choose an outdoor seating cliff side restaurant to enjoy the local food and wine while waiting for the sunset. What else can you ask for?
Greece is known for its food – Gyros, Fish, Fava, Meat balls and the list goes on.
Greece is a shopper’s paradise. You can shop traditional Greek dress and jewelry, accessories, Olive oil soaps, wine, spices and souvenirs. You can check out the Mykonos street shopping video to know more about shopping options.
Rent a bike and roam freely anywhere across the beautiful Greek Islands.
Blend Romance With The Rich Culture And History Of Athens