Category: Travel

Living the Maldivian dream at Mövenpick Kuredhivaru

"Is this for real?", I think, when I walk over the Indian Ocean in my room at Mövenpick Kuredhivaru in Maldives. I look at umpteen fishes wading joyfully in the…
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Shopping in Portugal : Best Things to Buy

In Lisbon, Portugal on Day 1: “Let me get a feel of Lisbon city before I actually start my shopping in Portugal” me talking to myself. Ten minutes later: Walks…
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Sarahan and it’s Hidden Valley Of Flowers

I look at the path to the pheasantry in Sarahan skeptically. "Are the birds in cages? "I ask Doreen with a heavy heart as I get out of the vehicle.…
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Athens Food walk with Greeking.me

You can truly delve deeper into a place when you dive into it’s local food and markets. I have been collecting these local flavours, scents, fragrances during my culinary travels,…
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Exploring Milos Island in Greece with Polco Sailing

“Jump!” I plunged into the teal coloured, crystal clear waters of the Aegean Sea. Bubbles, gasps and struggles to keep afloat followed. But I was close to the Polco boat…
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Barsey Rhododendron Trek in West Sikkim

It was pouring non stop. The wind mercilessly lashing on the tents. I tossed in my sleeping bag, rather uncomfortably waiting for the rain to stop but the rain gods…
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Rediscovering Kochi with Neemrana Towerhouse

The calm was infectious. Sunlight streamed into my room through the blue and white curtains veiling the elegant window. As I tiptoed out of my room barefooted, the wooden floor creaked a…
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A Heritage walk inside the CSMT (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus) Mumbai

Sunlight poured in through the sandstone arches, falling on the vintage Minton flooring with geometrical patterns in the quiet corridors. I am standing in one of the most photographed structures in…
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The Lost Havelis of Shekhawati

It was at the fag end of the lonely street. Camouflaged under unkempt creepers and easily missable. A sign covered with cobwebs and dust read “Poddar Haveli” and as I tread…
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