Category: Travel

For some one who doesn’t really travel much, I’ve seen a lot of the world. My visits may be short – just a day in some places – but being an enthusiastic tourist, I make it a point to see what really matters. There are so many places to see and so many guide books on this Lonely Planet. I hope my stories of travel help you plan your vacations and make them more enjoyable. Welcome aboard and Bon Voyage.

LIFESTYLE, Travel

Redefining Happy Holidays #HolidayDifferently

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When IndiBlogger rang up to invite me as one of 20 specially selected bloggers to attend a launch event of Sterling, I had no idea that I was embarking on a voyage of discovery. For indeed that was exactly what it was ! Holidays then Once upon a time holidays meant going to granny’s house …

#WordlessWednesday, Travel

Wonderful Waterworld#Wordless Wednesday

  Earlier this year I spent a few days in Dubai. I had accompanied Hubby Dear on a work trip and while he worked. I slept. Yes, you heard right . I slept because I was so exhausted from working that I just curled up in the comfortable hotel bed and slept. But after one …

LIFESTYLE, Travel

A staycation at Sahara Star – Mumbai’s best kept secret

  “All I want is a room somewhere , Far away from the cold night air” Thus trilled Eliza Doolittle, in the 1960’s popular musical “My Fair Lady”. While Mumbai has no such cold night air to run away from, there are enough oppressively hot days that make you want to take refuge in a …

FOOD, Travel

Titillating Tale of the Tata #FlavoursomeTuesday

Incase you are wondering what the heck are these two round , dubious looking orbs doing in my featured image, let me set things straight. Finding TATA On the last day of my  recent trip to New Jersey, Daughter No. took me to downtown Somerville. It was unusually hot and we were the only people …

Travel

Mistral’s twist to American Food

According to the dictionary, Mistral is a strong cold north-westerly wind that blows through the Rhône valley and southern France towards the Mediterranean, mainly in winter. But in Princeton, it is the name of an Award winning restaurant that contemporizes American food with a unique twist. It’s not every day that I get to eat at …