A weekend in Vermont
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Vermont greets you with rows of dense foliage shadowing smooth, chiselled roads. As we drove into the state, chunks of clouds parted to reveal a dramatic sunset. The sky lit up in hues of pink and purple and it was like … Read More

Camping Essentials for First Timers
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There’s only one aspect of travel that makes me groan. And that is when we decide to start packing. With three relocations in the past few years, guess I can’t blame myself for considering packing to be an ordeal. To overcome … Read More

A Perfect Itinerary for Acadia National Park
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The winter in Boston has been brutal this year, to say the least. Record breaking snow – quips every Bostonian about it. Supriya and I had been longing for the warm weather to arrive and when it did, we made … Read More

A review and tips from our first Airbnb stay
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Back in India, when I first read about the concept of Airbnb I was quite intrigued by what it would be like to stay in a stranger’s home. When we moved to the States, we were naturally quite excited about … Read More

5 Things to do on a perfect Spring day in Boston
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While I continue to shield myself in fleece jackets, Boston has graduated to spring dresses and brave long legs. The transition from snow to warmer temperatures has lifted the city’s spirits. People are thronging the streets, public spots and bars. … Read More

A visual escape to Central Park
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Ever since I saw the sitcom “Friends” I’ve been attracted towards the idea of Central Park. New York itself is a city so glorified and adored that it automatically crawls high up on the expectation ladder for any visitor. I … Read More

Day tripping at Newburyport
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As spring arrived on the East Coast, we welcomed it by driving away to Newburyport on a whim. This coastal town on the north end of Massachusetts is an hour’s drive from Boston. While both Bharat and I can get a bit obsessive about planning … Read More

Time travel at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston
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Though a casual appreciator of art, I have lived with a child like fantasy for experiencing what is quintessentially European. One that includes spending time slowly wandering through galleries and museums. So when the #DigoutArts initiative in Boston threw open the doors … Read More

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