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  • Postcards From Shetland!

    November 18, 2019 by

    My most recent travels took me to a part of the world that I knew existed but I didn’t know what to expect from it. Shetland Islands came at me like a delicious dash of cold breeze on a hot and humid day. 2019 has been a tough year for me and all I needed… Read more

  • My First Time in Europe – Shocks & Surprises

    August 7, 2019 by

    My first “major” trip abroad was to Italy. I say “major” because even though I had been to Maldives and Sri Lanka before but visiting Italy was the first time I actually went through the visa application process. And believe me when I say getting a Schengen visa on a (blank) Indian passport does require… Read more

  • Belgium: The Underrated European Tourist Destination

    July 28, 2019 by

    Europe is a favorite destination among tourists all year round. From the Christmas markets during Winters to the breathtakingly beautiful flower gardens (Tulips anyone?) in Spring to the sunny riviera beach scenes during Summers, Europe has something to offer to everyone, age no bar, country no bar and interests no bar… And thus every year… Read more

  • Ios: Greek Island Experience on a Budget!

    April 2, 2018 by

    “Did you visit Santorini?”, is a question I get asked every time I mention my Greek holiday that we took past summer. Santorini is famous all thanks to the dreamy pictures of whitewashed houses atop dark cliffs along a placid, blue Mediterranean Sea that crowd the image search on google. If that wasn’t enough, Santorini… Read more

  • My Itinerary: Italy in a Dash

    August 6, 2017 by

    Traveling often is dictated by constraints… Its generally either money or time i.e. only if you have chosen your companions smartly else the term constraints can have many new connotations… Monetary travel constraints translate to traveling on a budget and that is an adventure in its own right. Exploring a new city or a country… Read more

  • 8 Things To Do in Athens

    June 23, 2017 by

    The sea bluer than the sky, freshly whitewashed houses creating a stark contrast against the aforementioned blue sea and bright pink bougainvillea flowers framing doorways is how Google Image Search and Instagram give you a glimpse of Greece.  However, the same google image search for Greece also comes up with a few pictures of the… Read more

  • My Itinerary: Greece on a Budget

    June 20, 2017 by

    Greece had always been on my bucket list and it was more than just the whitewashed houses on the edges of the blue Mediterranean sea and the Acropolis that I wanted to see. I knew that there was more to the birthplace of the Western civilization than what Google images and Instagram let on… So… Read more

  • 7 Things To Do/Wear On An Airplane

    May 28, 2017 by

    Air travel by far is the most popular mode of travel nowadays. However, there is one inconvenience that I always dread when I am about to go on a plane, ok two… One being the airport security finding something (precious to me) in my humongous handbag that would probably be against security policies and they… Read more

  • My Journal: Colossal Rome (Day 2)

    May 21, 2017 by

    Nothing can ever compare to the feeling of sheer awe that I felt when I first saw the Colosseum in Rome. I exited the Colosseo metro station and there it was in all its glory – towering and breathtaking. The fact that it is colossal is an understatement and the fact that the Roman Municipal… Read more

  • Your Travel Style: On A Whim Or Meticulously Planned?

    May 10, 2017 by

    All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware… The above quote by Martin Buber is perhaps one of my favorite quotes that pertains not only to travel but to life in general… It just goes to support the argument that irrespective of the amount of planning that one puts into something there… Read more

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