Budapest in the Summer

Realisation struck like a bucket of cold water this year. I am fast approaching 30 even though my mind and soul feels like a school child and quickly started rummaging through my long lost emails to self for the bucket list that I had jotted down as a teenager. There were so many things still…

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Peniscola – Most Instagrammable places

Hola Amigos! Thanks to the cult classic “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara”, Spain has crept its way into every Indian travel junkie’s bucket list. Whilst Barcelona, Madrid, Sevilla are the most visited and raved about cities in Spain, this beautiful country has so much more to offer. On our recent trip to Valencia, we took a…

Cochem

“Underrated” is the word for this really pretty and scenic city. On the way back from our recent trip to Trier, we decided to take a quick pit-stop and visit the Cochem castle and the city itself. One hour from Trier, this place is something that you will not miss if you are traveling by…

Trier

Good news guys!! I finally got my visa sorted and am now an official resident in Germany! Since we couldn’t plan much in advance due to ambiguity surrounding my visa situation, we decided to explore some cities within Germany for this Christmas. So, off we packed our backpacks and set out to explore one of…

Amsterdam – City of Sin in Europe

Are you excited! I am since this post is about an absolute favorite city that I had the pleasure to visit and experience. I visited this city with couple of friends of mine and we had some real fun and some unreal moments all of which I would share soon. So sit back with a…

London – 10 inexpensive things to do this X’mas & NYE

 Hey beautiful people! Any of you planning to vacay this Christmas in the city of all things historical (& expensive), the mighty London? Things can get a little heavier on the pocket if you are planning to visit London this time of the year. And if you plan to save a buck (or in Brit…

Lisbon – Places to Visit

Hey all, I am back with yet another travel story, this time about the colorful and fascinating city of Lisbon. Me, along with my husband and some friends recently visited the capital city of Portugal and could not get enough of the city. Let it be the blue tiled buildings or the inspiring history of…

Muktinath

Hey you all, So after extensive painstaking planning and re-planning, I finally visited Nepal along with my lifelines, my mom and dad. My parents are special, so special that they love traveling (just like me) however will put the need for traveling in the name of “spiritual awakening”. Most of the time, I accompany them…

Meesapulimala

Tada!! I just got back from a super small and awesome trekking trip. After much research and multiple cancellations later, I finally made it. Meesapulimala is the highest trekkable peak in the Western Ghats of the sub-continent of India. The tallest peak being Anamudi which is located in the same ghats. Anamudi is non scalable due…

Bangkok – Apparently city of Angels

More than ‘City of angels’, I would call it ‘City of Shopping’. There are so many shopping malls and places to shop, it is absolutely mind boggling. There is the midnight market, day market, weekend market, shopping malls in every corner – all at dead cheap rates, you need to practically buy another suitcase to…

Coffee, first love

I have been away for quite a while, thanks to my double life where I am either swamped behind financial statements or am traveling away to glory or attending wedding marathons. Yes, life of an actual ‘Indian girl’, pun intended Chetan Bhagat. Anyway, before I spam you with my detailed travel posts, I wanted to tread on…

Coonoor

Nilgiris got its name thanks to the blue mountains that hugs the collection of small towns and villages in the eastern part of Tamilnadu. Flanked by the western ghats, Coonoor is the epitome of serenity and untouched natural beauty. This time for my annual family outing, we decided to do a quiet and peaceful place. Voila,…