My love for traveling, researching and writing fuels my desire to share my travel experiences and for the reader to feel like they were on the journey with me. … Continue reading Spanning the width of United States – East coast to West coast – Part I
I’ve been to London a couple of times already, however I still see myself as the typical tourist; visiting the typical shopping streets, commuting in the tubes from one tourist spot to … Continue reading “Bleisure” – combining business with leisure – in London
Whether you’re hitting the road or taking to the skies this travel season, you could do with a digital companion to help you plan your itinerary, make sure your tickets … Continue reading Travel: Trip Planning apps
The world of visa regulations can be quite complex often leading to hours spent surfing the embassy websites. Passport Index is your one-stop shop for all things passport where you … Continue reading Passport Index Tells You Every Country You Can Visit Without a Visa
After growing up in Mumbai, I have spent the last 18 years living in Dubai and I now consider the City of Dubai to be my adopted home city. This … Continue reading My Adopted Home – Dubai
MUMBAI ON THE GO…. “And at the moment of contact, they do not know if the hand that is reaching for theirs belongs to a Hindu or Muslim or Christian … Continue reading Mumbai – City of Undaunted Spirits and exploring Colaba
We decided to book a weekday stay prior to the Eid hols at The Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa. The name is derived from the Arabic term meaning ’gateway … Continue reading Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa
So this was our second time around visiting Dolphin Bay. My boys love the Dolphin Bay experience and also wanted to spend the day at the Atlantis hotel in Dubai. The trainers … Continue reading Daycation – Atlantis Dolphin Adventure
Palm Jumeirah Island – a man-made island in the shape of a palm tree, comprises of a 2km long trunk and 17 fronds encircled by a crescent. An extraordinary feat … Continue reading Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort
We drove from Dubai to neighbouring Ras Al Khaimah which took us around an hour or so followed by a 5 minute ferry ride to the hotel reception. Banyan Tree Ras Al Khaimah Beach resort rests … Continue reading Weekend escape to Banyan Tree Ras Al Khaimah Beach Resort
Singapore is without a doubt the most developed, urbanized country in Asia often seen as just a place to stop on the way to somewhere else which is a shame.. oh! … Continue reading A taste of Singapore combined with the flavor of Sentosa – must visit!
School holidays are over… so it’s clearly time for us to think about booking another family holiday to escape the heat and humidity in Dubai. My husband and I enjoy a bit … Continue reading Thailand – it begins with the people… a land of Golden Buddhas, not-heavy-on-your-wallet shopping and it’s famed beaches!
Nestled in the sand dunes of Ras Al Khaimah desert amidst a nature reserve dotted with Arabian Gazelle and Oryxe, Banyan Tree Al Wadi creates a beautiful experience from the very beginning. … Continue reading Banyan Tree Al Wadi, Ras Al Khaimah – a good blend of Maldivian style luxury with Bedouin desert dwelling
This was my first international trip with my dear friend, Anju. I was invited by one of my colleague for his wedding in Rabat so we planned our trip to include … Continue reading Morocco: Getting lost in the medinas