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.

FOOD, Travel

3 Foodie-friendly places in the US #ThursdayPotLuck -3

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With my third edition of #ThursdayPotLuck, I bring you a special guest post by Luke Clifton. The importance of knowing foodie-friendly places Now dining out in another country can be daunting. People who are unaware of the customs can court trouble. For instance, a friend of mine who was on a work trip in the US …

Travel

If you have just a day to spend in Boston ………..

With summer soon approaching, many people are making holiday plans. North America,  particularly the US is a popular destination for Indian tourists.  More so, with many of our students studying in US Colleges. If you are in Boston checking out colleges or attending Graduation as I did, you may not have much time to take …

PHOTO, Travel

Garden of Zen #ThursdayTreeLove

The garden suggests there might be a place where we can meet nature halfway.                                                                                   …

LIFESTYLE, Travel

Spending the night in a Frenchman’s Bed – A strange story from Amsterdam

Photo by Marko Zirdum from Pexels Those of you who know me will be shocked to learn that I spent one night in a Frenchman’s bed ! Yes ! Stodgy, old, Goody Two Shoes who wouldn’t even hold a cigarette while all those around her were passing joints, actually spent a night in a Frenchman’s …

LIFESTYLE, Travel

7 Tips for Travelling light

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Why you should travel light It was way past midnight when the den Bestens came home. Both of them were in a funk. They had just endured a hopping flight from Europe and were really annoyed that despite a two hour wait at the airport, their baggage hadn’t arrived. Or to be precise, Mrs. Den …

Mumbai Diary, Travel

Another day in Bombay

There’s nothing more wonderful than visiting your city as a tourist. After all when most of my visits are confined to St. Stephen’s Cafe at Malabar Hill, Off the Hook at Breach Candy or Bhaji Gully at Nana Chowk, my view of Bombay is largely confined to what I see from my balcony. And these …