Bruges travel guide

Bruges travel guide: Exploring a fairy-tale city!

Belgium is one of those European countries which throws surprises at you as and when you travel around the country. One such surprise is the fairy-tale city of Bruges. Located in the north-west part of Belgium, Bruges is a great city to spend one entire day exploring. It is also called as the capital of West Flanders (Dutch-speaking northern portion of Belgium) and is quite popular for medieval...
brussels travel guide

Brussels travel guide: Everything you need to know before you go!

There I was in Brussels, waiting for what it is world famous for: Waffles & Chocolates. Yes. The main reason why I had to go to Belgium was to gorge on waffles and chocolates as much as I could and also enlighten you all about the same. This brussels travel guide contains all the requisite information that you will need to visit this most amazing city filled with chocolate and waffle aromas...
vandri lake

Vandri Lake: Road-tripping to this offbeat place near Mumbai!

There is so much to explore in this beautiful world that sometimes we just forget to explore our own surroundings first. One such secluded spot located very near to Mumbai is the Vandri Lake. As this place is not there on the tourist radars, you will hardly find anyone (other than the villagers) near to this lake. The vandri lake has a beautiful backdrop of mountains and is covered with greenery...

Luxembourg travel guide: Experiencing this little European country!

Have you heard about Luxembourg before? I'm sure many of you haven't as it usually does not top the list of countries to be visited. Many people simply pass through this small European country to either go to France, Germany or Belgium as these are the bordering nations with Luxembourg. But let me tell you, Luxembourg although small in size, has a lot to offer to it's visitors in terms of natural...

Dandeli should be your next adventure destination

There are so many destinations in India where one can experience the adrenaline rush. We often tend to overlook such places mostly because we aren't aware of the existence of such destinations. One such small village, located on the Kali river, goes by the name Dandeli. Nestled on the western ghats, Dandeli has a complete blend of adventure mixed with natural beauty. Slowly and steadily this...

Chittorgarh fort: A day trip to the largest fort of Rajasthan!

Chittorgarh fort, one of the largest fortsinf India, is also enrolled in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Owned by the Archaeological Department of India, this fort has withstood 27 battles out of which, enemies in 24 battles couldn't enter the fort. However, later on the Chittorgarh fort was destroyed and today some part of it still remains in the ruins. We decided to go to this fort on a day...
Kumbhalgarh fort

Kumbhalgarh fort: A day trip to the great wall of India!

Kumbhalgarh fort which is included in the list of the World Heritage Sites, is a very popular day trip from Udaipur.  Located in the small town of Kumbhalgarh, this fort is the longest fort in India and the walls of this fort are second longest in the world after the Great wall of China. Built in the 15th century by Maharana Kumbha, Kumbhalgarh fort is also the birthplace of the...

Why Udaipur will always hold a part of my heart!

Udaipur, one of the most beautiful city of Rajasthan attracts lots of tourists and travelers alike from all parts and corners of the world. The best part about this city is that it's apt for backpackers as well as tourists willing to spend a luxurious vacation. This combination makes this city all the more popular among people of all ages. Not only that Udaipur has been used as a shooting...
The Spring Homestay, Pawas, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, India

The Spring Homestay, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra

Ratnagiri is a popular district located on the Konkan coast & has been famous especially for the Hapus (Alphonso) mangoes and for it's sandy & tranquil beaches.  Apart from that this area also produces rice, coconuts & cashew nuts in abundance. In this district, is a very small yet popular village called as Pawas which is also known as the Mango capital of Ratnagiri. It's a...
Mumbai local trains

5 reasons why we love the Mumbai local trains

When you ask any Mumbaikar about the Mumbai local trains, the first thought/statement that always comes into our mind is, how these trains are considered to be the lifeline of the city of Mumbai. It won't be wrong to say that all these years, the city of Mumbai would not be called as the financial capital had it not been to these trains. These local trains carry 7-8 million passengers throughout...
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