Travel teaches you a lot more than probably you would learn in a class. Cliched right? ironically enough, many of us these days are travelling to learn. I joined the scores of students moving from India to another country for higher studies recently. Whatever the reason may be, I got a chance to travel, which … Continue reading Hello International Student Traveller!
Magical, mystical mountains – The Himalayas are nothing but other-worldly. I recently took a trip to Himachal Pradesh, North of India, which is surrounded by these mighty mountains covered by snow. We took a flight from Mumbai to Chandigarh) and we hired a car to take us to Himachal Pradesh. The first glimpse of the … Continue reading The Lure Of The Himalayas & Why Visit Himachal Pradesh
International Travel – 10 years back, I don’t think I even had that term in my mundane, middle-class, Indian household dictionary. Or maybe it was, but it was perhaps on the last page or the inside of the back cover! But I have heard that whatever is in your vibration and whatever you put … Continue reading How To Make Your First International Travel Experience Special
Well, there is South of France and then there’s south of India. While the former is all romantic and serendipitous, the latter is sheer poetry in the form of nature. Either way, be it France or India, going down south is always a thumbs-up worthy idea. Since tis’ is the season, why not talk a … Continue reading Reasons To Make Coorg Your Next Travel Destination
The buzz around travel and the overall explosion of people wanting to travel is on an all-time high. There are all kinds of travellers with different types of gear and there are new words like glamping being coined. People are traveling solo, in groups – families or women only or globetrotting on a budget and … Continue reading What it Means for a 30 Something Single Indian Girl to Travel Solo
Let me give a disclaimer before I start. This may sound very clichéd. But I have to say this. If you are a first-time traveller or are looking to travel more than you already are, please do it. Doesn’t matter if you are 18 or 40 or 70 or 80. It is of even less … Continue reading How to Document Your Travel Experience for First-Time Travellers
Solo trips are the talk of the town. So many people are embarking on solo trips for various purposes – to take a break, explore the ‘other side’ of their personalities, to meet people – the list is endless. Cheryl Strayed, the protagonist in the film ‘Wild’, found her sanity and purpose on her solo … Continue reading 5 Takeaways for life from Solo Trip