A stay in the Ecuadorian Andes
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This was our first foray into the South American continent and we had huge expectations from this country. Before and after, we felt that Ecuador is still somewhat untouched in terms of commercial influence on travel. That was a big … Read More

Snowmobiling in New Hampshire for first timers
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2016 is the year Supriya and I touch a new age bracket. While *that* has nothing to do with our plans for the year ahead, we do feel more informed about making certain decisions and knowing when and where to … Read More

Five (almost) free things to do around San Francisco
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Growing up picturing San Francisco as the city from ‘Full House’, I never quite imagined that one day I’d find myself standing right outside 1709 Broderick Street, the very house that appeared on the show at the start of each … Read More

A drive along the Pacific Coast Highway
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National Geographic considers the Pacific Coast Highway among the best routes for a road-trip of a lifetime. The US Pacific Coast highway that runs pretty much along the central Californian coast is a serious contender for the bucket list of road-trip junkies. Personally I … Read More

Travel Ideas for Indians with a valid US Visa
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Hobbies have a strange knack for inspiring people to push boundaries. Between busy schedules, planning and reading up on travel is not just a pastime but sometimes a great respite too. One evening over a pitcher of sangria and travel conversations with our … Read More

Fall weekend bliss in the Berkshires
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Last year, when I packed my bags and moved halfway across the world, I didn’t really fathom the degree to which seasons can affect people. India is a tropical country and checking weather updates days in advance is a alien … Read More

Leaf-Peeping around New England
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Note: Excuse the overload of photos accompanying this post. We almost wanted a photo for each color that we spotted, but our cameras failed to preserve every shade in the palette of colors offered by this season! This has been … Read More

Meet the Hoodoos of Bryce Canyon National Park
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It was an ideal American summer day with long daylight hours and an unhurried sunset. We had just toured the fascinating Lower Antelope Canyon during the day and were busy wiping off last bits of the pesto-cheese-veggie crepes at The Canyon Crepes in … Read More

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