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I extended my trip by a week in Bali because I wanted to spend more time exploring Bali’s hipster neighbourhood- Canggu. Surrounded by rice paddies on one side and home to some of the best surf spots and vegan cafes; this place sounded super excited and I couldn’t wait to explore it by myself. Stay: […]
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Bali has had a hold on me since I first visited the island of the gods way back in 2011. I remember I was on a trip with my father and I could feel the vibrations change as soon as we stepped into Ubud and drove around Kintamani, the temples and the monkey forest. I […]
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There’s something magical about Goa when it isn’t awfully crowded and it doesn’t take forever to get from one beach to the other. It is peaceful and you can have your own stretch of private beach as you contemplate whether you are going to sunbathe or whether you are going to practice your asanas on […]
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Most of us associate Goa with sundowners, too many cocktails, time spent in the pool and a whole lot of partying. While that sounds just about right, I feel like you haven’t done Goa right if you haven’t spent time surfing, learning yoga and eating delicious food. If you have the luxury to take two […]
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By Vishakha Talreja I met Vishakha on Instagram and started following her because I loved her passion for travel and unexplored places. A few months later, I met her at a bloggers meet and we got along like a house on fire. In a city with too many bloggers, Vishakha and I would often talk […]
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Written by Veda Vajpeyi When people think of El Salvador, they think of a country rooted in bloodshed and crime. My experiences were quite different. When I think of El Salvador, I see a place where a whole community embraced a complete stranger and made her feel at home. I see the vibrant palette the […]
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We were pretty excited to kick back at Amilla Fushi after a glorious stint at Finolhu. My feet were hurting from all the dancing till the wee hours of the morning but hey, you can’t expect that kind of entertainment anywhere else in the Maldives so no one’s complaining. Our speedboat ride from Finolhu to […]
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For most of us, the Maldivian islands are synonymous with a private stretch of powdery white sand beach, a destination solely for lovers and honeymooners, an ocean teaming with abundant marine life and #50shadesof blue for as far as your eyes can see. However, The Small Maldives Island Co. launched a hotel called Finolhu about […]
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There are two kinds of people in this world. Those of us that like to linger over our food and drinks over good conversation and others that eat brekkie on the go and lunch on their workstations. I have spent a large chunk of my time eating rushed meals but food is one of the […]
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A few days post Diwali when Delhi started to look like it was covered in a thick blanket of smog and everyone around me was heaving and complaining of stinging eyes and breathlessness- the government issued warnings. Schools were closed and the streets were empty and while Delhi started to look like a ghost town […]
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