• Destinations
  • Get to know us through the Liebster Award

    Writing this post has been on the agenda for months. Where does time fly! If you are wondering what the hell a Liebster award is, it is a recognition award for bloggers. “Liebster” is a German word meaning beloved or dearest. The award is given from one blogger to another. Although we have crossed the follower requirements […]

  • Destinations
  • In and around Fort Kochi

    Fort Kochi - Church

    If you are visiting Kerala, a trip to Cochin city is incomplete without visiting Fort Kochi. Flanked by the sea on one side, this part of the city feels like you are in a time warp.  Like you have been magically transported to the era of Dutch and Portuguese colonial rule. There is a distinctive […]

  • Europe
  • Eating Langoustines in Humarhöfnin, Höfn

    As fish lovers, a trip to Iceland would have felt incomplete without trying the country’s famous seafood. And it’s safe to say that Iceland spoiled us. Every place we went to served absolutely fresh-off-the-dock seafood. The dishes themselves were lightly seasoned and cooked to perfection. One of the most memorable restaurants we visited was Humarhöfnin; a seafood joint […]

  • Asia
  • Why Israel’s on our bucket list (and should be on yours too)

    Israel - Masada

    Israel is probably not the first country that comes to mind when looking up travel destinations. However, this tiny Mediterranean nation is quickly becoming a tourist hot spot thanks to its rich mix of history, culture and lifestyle. Modern-day Israel is located in the Holy Land and holds tremendous historical & religious significance for the […]

  • Australia
  • Things to do in Melbourne

    Affectionately dubbed “Marvellous Melbourne” during the 1850s gold rush, the name is still used to refer to the second largest city in Australia today. The city is a modern metropolis steeped in rich history. While European settlements officially started in 1835, the discovery of gold in 1851 resulted in a population boom with thousands of […]

  • Asia
  • 5 Offbeat Things to do in Goa

    While Goa is most famous for its sandy beaches, rice & seafood-dominated cuisine and wild parties, it also has some lesser-known but equally appealing attractions. Here are 5 offbeat activities to do while in Goa. Kayak in Goa’s backwaters Photo Credit: Solaris Girl | Flickr Sure, Goa has over 100 km of coastline but did you […]

  • Asia
  • A weekend at Sula Vineyards in Nashik

    Away from the city, yet within driving distance, Sula Vineyards in Nashik is restful haven for wine lovers. Although it may not be an alternative to Tuscany or Napa Valley, it is lovely for a weekend getaway or even a day trip with your loved ones. We both ended going there separately, Siddharth with his […]

  • Asia
  • A hidden gem in Rajasthan: Kumbhalgarh Fort

    Sunkissed Kumbhalgarh is one of the lesser explored forts in majestic Rajasthan. When we reached here, we didn’t have a lot of expectations given that usually its the palaces of Udaipur and Jaipur getting all the praise. But Kumbhalgarh pleasantly surprised us. Less tourists, rich history and beautiful rustic architecture did not fail to impress. […]

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  • 15 day Iceland winter itinerary

    Planning a winter trip to Iceland? My wife Shruti and I traveled to the tiny Nordic island nation at the end of February 2016. We did a self-drive trip around the country (15 days/16 nights) starting and ending in Reykjavík. Read on for some tips on drawing up your itinerary. We did a lot of our own research […]

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  • Our Travel Bucket List

    Hey there! A big warm hug to everyone who has reached this page. Welcome to our blog and our travel bucket list. We hope this page inspires you to get out and travel more. See the northern lights Learn to ski Cross the the Shibuya crossing in Tokyo Watch the flamingo migration at the Sewri mudflats in […]