Plan your trip to Old Manali – Travel Guide

“If you are faced with a mountain, you have several options. You can climb it and cross to the other side. You can go around it. You can dig under it. You can fly over it. You can blow it up. You can ignore it and pretend it’s not there. You can turn around and go back the way you came. Or you can stay on the mountain and make it your home.” Vera Nazarian  Surrounded by the Himalayas, Old Manali is perhaps

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Bali: Exploring the Neighborhood in My Prettiest Floral Top

Happy Tuesday Everyone 🙂 While I am writing this post, the chickens led by their momma, are busy collecting their food from the lawn at my front. The smell of coffee is in the air and I cannot help, but take a sip or two as I start typing. It has been raining on and off most of these days here, the trees cannot help but adorn themselves in vibrant green color. Somewhere in between, there is a beautiful flower breaking the monotony of the green.

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Bali Day 1: A Traditional Balinese Wedding and a Warm Welcome

Helloooooooo from Bali. I hope everyone is doing good. I arrived at Bali yesterday and my first day was CRAZY. Besides travelling solo for a few days and being sleep deprived for more than 36 hours, I spent my entire day at a Traditional Balinese Wedding and since this was not enough, I also had the courage to edit

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Photographs from Trident, Jaipur

Usually, I write about the hotels we stay in, when I write about our trips. Last year, when we traveled to Chennai and the Andamans, maybe out of exhilaration of visiting the Islands , I totally skipped writing about our stay in Chennai. We stayed at Trident over there and it was the best hotel experience ever. To me, hospitality is the first thing that pops in my head whenever I describe my experience at the hotel. The condition of the hotel, the room, the bed, the food…all come next to the kind of treatment received at the hotel. This time, …

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Amber Fort & Jal Mahal

Well, no I do not intend to give you a tour of Amber Fort (also called Amer Fort) and Jal Mahal in this article, but share a few pictures that we clicked over there. It was a clear blue sky when we decided to drive to Amber Fort. I was sure we would get some great pictures. Eventually when we reached there, clouds started hovering overhead and once we were at the top of the fort, the sunny sapphire blue sky turned into a gloomy grey sky. We had to wait for a while for the sky to clear up. …

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