• Asia
  • Indonesia: a welcome surprise

    Indonesia

    Indonesia was an unlikely addition to our bucket list. It hitched itself on because it happened to be a convenient place to view the total solar eclipse of March 2016. But having booked our tickets to Palembang (from where the eclipse would be visible), we decided to add Borobudur and Bali on the sightseeing list.  […]

  • Destinations
  • 8 bucket list worthy treks

    We love treks. The views, the climb, the air; there’s something exhilarating about it. If you know us, you will know that we also love making lists and ticking them off. We have one travel bucket list which is ever growing, but we thought we should have one specifically for treks! Here is goes. 1. […]

  • Food
  • Food Innovation Story | A chef’s best-kept secret

    Food Service India (FSIPL) recently invited us for a sneak peek into their Food Innovation Story. FSIPL provides food & beverage solutions such as powders, pastes, syrups & more for the growing HoReCa (Hotels, Restaurants and Caterers) segment. Made for chefs by chefs, these secret ingredients add that zing to the tastiest dishes served at […]

  • Europe
  • Geothermal pools in Iceland that are not the Blue Lagoon

    Geothermal energy is a byproduct of volcanic activity. Bathing in geothermal pools do more than just rejuvenate. They can do wonder to the skin and boost blood circulation; help with respiratory problems and provide pain relief to aching muscles. The blue lagoon is undoubtedly one of the most popular geothermal pool in Iceland. But if […]

  • Destinations
  • 5 things to do in Girona

    The historic city of Girona is the largest city northern Catalonia. Churches, cobbled lanes, medieval walls and only an hour and half drive from Barcelona, Girona is the perfect day trip for history and culture lovers. The river Onyar divides Girona into two parts – the old and the new. The old town -‘Barri Vell’ […]

  • Asia
  • Xi’an Food Tour

    Xi'an food tour

    Xi’an, depending on how you look at the city, it is considered the start or the end of the silk road. What does this mean in terms of food? It means this place has a ridiculous number of influences on their cuisine. This makes Xi’an one of the perfect destinations for a food tour! This […]

  • Asia
  • Food tours around the world #1

    Food is a big part of our travel agenda. Wherever we go, we make it a point to try and eat like a local. This post is a collaboration with some of our favourite travel bloggers who have explored some amazing destinations through food tours. We hope it inspires you to try some of these […]

  • Asia
  • 4 things to buy in Bangkok that are not knock-offs

    things to buy in Bangkok

    Thank you Carolyn Ballard from DesToDis for this wonderful guest post. From the gleaming multi-storey malls to the hustle and bustle of the busy markets, from the latest edition of Jimmy Choo bags to the stylish Gucci shoes, Bangkok has it all. There are so many things you can shop from this Thai capital. For […]

  • Asia
  • Our first encounter with cherry blossoms

    siddharthandshruti cherry blossom

    Cherry blossoms – or the Sakura, as the Japanese call it – are something all travel bloggers have on their bucket list. We do too. Although we are yet to go to Japan, we had an unlikely yet beautiful encounter with cherry blossoms on our trip to the quaint village Kanatal in Northern India. We […]