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MASAI MARA – THE KENYAN SAFARI

The world is gradually opening up, learning a new way to live after the scare of the pandemic. With most of international travel on hold this year, I am so happy that I managed to experience the Kenyan Safari in good time. This had been on my bucket list and my want for a vacay to the Masai Mara had been postponed indefinitely ever since the kids grew up. So, when this trip was suddenly planned by my friends, I jumped at the opportunity. Having grown up watching National Geographic rather than cartoons, the love for animals and wildlife was ingrained into my psyche. Read More

ROCK GARDEN- CHANDIGARH

You must see the rock garden in Chandigarh. An imaginary kingdom of the Gods made by Nek Chand Saini. He has created an entire city with the king’s darbar(courthouse), the queen’s resting place, their bathing quarters Read More

ANGAMA MARA – MASAIMARA SAFARIS

You must see the epitome of luxury in wilderness, Angama Mara. It was a dream come true for me when we drove to the resort in Masaimara, offering the best of the Masai Safaris. I felt I was Simba of The Lion King, being shown his kingdom by Mufasa. Read More

BODRUM – THE LAZY VACAY

While everyone goes gaga about Istanbul, I would rather enjoy the laid back vacation spot of Bodrum. With white washed houses and small lanes zigzagging through the small town, it gives a feel similar to Mykonos in Greece Read More

SEGWAY TOURS

You must do the Segway tours. Be it Budapest, Vienna or even Rome. Learning to ride the Segway is an exhilarating experience for sure. Before I tried it at Budapest for the very first time and it was the best part of the trip. Read More

NEW YORK CAFE

You must see the New York Cafe in Budapest. Before I went, I really wondered why it was called so. But once I was there I got it. New York will be New York and if one were to go by the grandiose of the structure, it is difficult to call it anything else. Read More

VIENNA- THE CITY OF MUSIC

Vienna, the capital of Austria, the home to the legendary Morzat and Beethovan. You can feel it in the air, the music, the vibe. Cobbled pathways interlinked with the paved ones, horse-drawn carriages that offer a ride around the city with the old world charm. Read More

Budapest Ruin Bars

You must see the Budapest Ruin Bars if you are visiting Budapest because that’s what it is really famous for. Situated in the Pest part of Budapest, it is in a not so up-market area. Like the Soho of London, you can walk around the area visiting one ruin bar to another. Read More

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THE WOLFF VINERY

You must see the Wolff Vinery in Vienna. About a 40minute drive across a magnificently beautifully countryside lies the Wolff Vinery. Though it’s not the only one there, it is one of the finest. A huge wooden gate opens into a lovely courtyard, dotted with bright green colored benches with summer umbrellas. Read More