Review of Zuri Resort and Spa, Kumarakom
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It was quite a whirlwind, visiting the regions of Munnar and Thekkady in Kerala. No, I do not mean that those places disappointed me, in fact both stood quite true to their names. However in Kerala, as our driver Rebi … Read More

How about cuisine hopping this Durga Puja?
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The city’s favourite adda season is here and the people are in a mood to let their hair down. Those who haven’t planned an escape must kickstart their Durga Puja weekend by digging into a host of delicious eats that are … Read More

Pocket Guides: Queenstown
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“Don’t Plan” was the brief that I received as I set about making my to-do list for New Zealand’s adventure capital. Could that be possible, I wondered as I browsed through a number of articles, reviews, blogs to keep a … Read More

Top 7 Weekend Trips from Boston
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Having lived in Boston for four years, I must admit that it is a pleasure! The city itself has lots to offer, but what is more appealing are its surroundings. Here are my top picks for spending your weekend away … Read More

Of Sunsets and Mai-Tais: Best of Hawaii
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The moment I began writing this blog, I was reminded of the fresh air, amazing greenery, fabulous coastlines, content faces and of course the spirit of Aloha! This is what you bring back from Hawaii as a part of your … Read More

Kerala’s intimate escapes
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Kerala is a beautiful state located in the south of India along western coast. To put you in awe in the first place it boasts of two national parks, ten wildlife sanctuaries and two bird sanctuaries combined with 1900 km … Read More

Turkey: Coming of Age
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This country is slowly gaining fascination amongst travelers all over the world. What was once a battleground for decades and a coveted land for various dynasties, is now marked with amazing landscapes, historic monuments, vibrant nightlife and great racial mix … Read More

Unleash your green side at Bandipur National Park
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It was already 4 PM and it was getting cold. Our chauffeur was trying his best to get us into the boundaries of one of India’s oldest national parks – the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. We had made a reservation to … Read More

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