Angkor Wat, Cambodia

July 3, 2010 11 min to read

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Category : Historical

Like everyone else out there, we also have a list of places in the world we wish to see with our own eyes – mix of common and not-so-common locations. And while most of those locations will very likely remain dreams, we were able to fulfil one of our desires – when we went to see Angkor Wat in Cambodia this June For those who can...

Langkawi

July 2, 2010 8 min to read

Langkawi

Category : Beach

After feasting our eyes on the magnificent Angkor Wat ruins, we joined another couple friend in Langkawi, Malaysia to enjoy a few days of azure seas and white sand beaches. Unfortunately, our timing wasn’t the best and our visit coincided with the rainy season there. However, the island itself looked very green and beautiful &#...

Udaipur & Mount Abu

March 11, 2010 4 min to read

Udaipur & Mount Abu

Category : Historical

Rajasthan is probably the most famous tourist destination in India along with Goa and it requires no introduction whatsoever. We spent a pleasant 5 days in Udaipur and Mount Abu in the beginning of March, just before the summer heat set in. Mount Abu is an old-fashioned British-era hill station – one of the great honeymoon destinat...

February 18, 2010 3 min to read

Native Place resort

Category : Resort

Among the many hidden retreats tucked away in the hills surrounding Bombay, the Native Place resort is probably the most serene and relaxing I have visited yet. It is situated on the banks of Vadivali lake in Uksan village, one of the countless dam-lakes in the Sahyadris. It is somewhat similar to Bhandardara, but on a smaller scal...

Tarkarli

December 18, 2009 8 min to read

Tarkarli

Category : Beach

India is blessed with a lot of beaches along its coastline. But Indian beaches are usually not what you’d call breathtakingly beautiful – the sand isnt usually white and the water can range from brown to grey, but never the beautiful blue-green or even plain blue. So when we reached Tarkarli, we were not prepared for the ...

Malshej Ghat

July 19, 2009 4 min to read

Malshej Ghat

Category : Mumbai Monsoons

From relative obscurity till about 10 years ago, Malshej Ghat has now become one of the more popular monsoon destination for Mumbaikars – a destination of choice for people who are bored of the traditional trio of Lonavala, Matheran & Mahabaleswar. We had been thinking about Malshej Ghat for a while, till one beautiful sund...

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