THings To Do In Sikkim
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Things To Do in Sikkim In 48 Hours- Places To Visit

  • November 2, 2020

The mighty 2020 has been a challenging year in most of our lives. A lot of us are finding it difficult to adapt to the new normal, right? However, nothing should stop us from scheduling and exploring innovative ideas to travel! In this blog, we will explore India’s cleanest and my most favorite city of all the time – Sikkim.

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6 Top Things To Do In Pondicherry

  • August 17, 2020

Pondicherry or Puducherry is the perfect getaway for anybody who needs a break from their busy and happening life! Though people have an image of Pondicherry as the ‘French beauty’, the place is a perfect amalgamation of French and Tamil cultures in its right amount. One of the most beautiful (and convenient) things about Puducherry is that you can roam

Best Cafe In Pondicherry
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10 Best Cafes In Pondicherry

  • July 7, 2020

How many of you love to spend your time in cafés, sipping a hot cup of coffee and watching the world pass by? I am sure, many do. So do I, which is why I have explored almost all the cafes in Pondicherry. Well, I can’t stop myself from sharing my favourites, so here is my list of Best Cafe

Top Things to do in Chennai
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Top Things To Do In Chennai

  • June 23, 2020

Located on the Coast of the Bay Of Bengal in Northern Tamil Nadu is the magnificent city of Chennai. A city with deep roots in its traditional South Indian culture and yet, one of the modern Metropolitan cities in India; Chennai is also rich in its diversity hosting people from all over Tamil Nadu and the other Indian States, being

and this blog will feature the Places To Visit In Nainital
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Places To Visit In Nainital – Ultimate Travel Guide (48 hours)

  • June 14, 2020

For all the wanderlusts and wanna be wanderers, who are currently under lockdown (and waiting impatiently to explore), here is an oasis to fill your deserted quarantine life, a short travel guide to the ‘land of lakes’, Nainital. My trip to Nainital was just for two days, but we have managed to cover almost all the major destinations in 48 hours. Nainital

Jatayu Earth's Center
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Places To Visit In Anchal, Kollam

  • January 23, 2020

First of all, let me be very clear about the fact the Anchal is not a recognised tourist destination like Alleppey/Kochi. But there is something about your home town, right? That “something” is pushing me to pen down the Places To Visit In Anchal, Kollam. Anchal is a tiny village located in the district of Kollam packed with exotic spots.

Best Pubs In Bangalore
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5 Best Pubs In Bangalore

  • January 19, 2020

Bars and Banglore go hand in hand. There’s just no trip complete to the Silicon Valley of India without paying a visit to the numerous bars found in every nook and cranny of the multi-faceted city several people call home. Fun fact: No one does parties like Bangaloreans. See, the thing is most of us work day in and day out

Monroe Island, Kerala
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A Serene Ride In Munroe Island, Kerala

  • July 1, 2019

Heaven, paradise, nirvana- synonyms are plenty for Munroe Island, Kerala. Located in the district of Kollam, Munroe Island is an offbeat destination in God’s own country. Offbeat doesn’t mean that this place is an oddball. Munroe is just pure ecstasy. First of all, I should knock my head for not knowing this place. Apparently, you will knock me harder if

A Weekend Getaway To Sundarapandiapuram
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In Search Of Yellow Hues – A Weekend Getaway To Sundarapandiapuram

  • June 11, 2019

Often I used to hear complaints from my techie hostel mates that Trivandrum is a dry city. This was an old testimonial from 2014 when I was doing my Masters living near Technopark area. However, the city has evolved drastically with glitzy shopping malls, cozy coffee shops, boho flea markets, and what not. For those peeps looking for an escape

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  • May 21, 2019

Kerala backwater is a feeling!!! If you randomly ask a Keralite for place recommendations, they will unambiguously answer “KERALA BACKWATERS.” The coconut tree barriers, rustic schools, devoted fishers, and the serene ambiance of Kerala backwaters proffers a therapeutic effect for the visitors. I reckon the people who wake up every day to see this mesmerizing beauty will be free from