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NEW: Our Bali honeymoon
In May this year, we spent a lovely nine days in Indonesia (eight in Bali, one in Jakarta) and we came back with so many wonderful tales of unexplored mangrove forests, beaches where the shore was as clear as a mirror, jungles overrun with monkeys and temples that dazzled us with their ethereal beauty. Scroll through the slideshow above to read about our luxury experiences in Sanur, Ubud and Kuta. And stay tuned for more posts and videos that will have you booking the next ticket to Bali!
Fog is something I associate with mountains and hill-stations – not bustling cities like Dubai. Go to Dubai in the peak of winter for the blankets of fog and the dipping thermometer.
A tour of Zurich’s Old Town feels like a walk through a living history museum, full of Renaissance-era structures and narrow, twisting lanes that seem frozen in time.
Living next to acres of verdant vineyards has been a long-cherished dream and it comes true for a few days at Fratelli Vineyards.
It has always been my dream to drive down to Malshej Ghat in the thick of monsoons and lose myself in its blankets of misty greenery.
Cover the lion’s share of New Delhi’s architectural marvels, garden paradises and culinary secrets over an exciting weekend.
Replete with dreamy lakes, palaces and gardens, this picture-perfect Rajasthani town beckons lovers, poets and families in equal numbers.
Somewhere between the primeval charms of Pulau Ubin island and the macabre depictions at Haw Par Villa, a unique theme park, I discovered real Singapore.
Here are the 12 sights that must feature in your itinerary if you’re planning a getaway to this erstwhile Portuguese territory.
We travel through the night to make it to Sarangkheda in the wee hours of the morning. The air is bitingly cold when we arrive.
Giving the popular Shimla a miss, we devoted ourselves to unravelling the secrets of lesser known Chail and Solan over a nippy November weekend.
Goa’s climatic conditions favour the growth of spice farms and there are a few of them strewn across the rural areas of the state.
Come here, and you will be introduced to clusters of Eucalyptus fossils, arranged in familiar shapes like hearts and circles.
The monsoons have been abundant this year and the vegetation has ripened to a deep shade of green. There are no other visitors on this Sunday.
I spotted the best known tigress of Pench National Park not once but twice in a span of two days and I felt blessed.
SGNP broke through my reservations with its large expanses of untouched nature and the marvellously hewn Kanheri Caves.
Wherever we stepped in Shahpura, be it the forts, fields or farms, we were almost always greeted by the harsh call of India’s national bird.
Arty, renovated avatar with cutting edge interiors, a revolving art exhibition and a calming fountain grace the hotel.
The verandah of my cottage at Barahi Jungle Lodge came with a pretty wooden chime that tinkled in the morning breeze.
Prepare to be thoroughly pampered when you arrive at Joss and leave all those bourgeoisie self-help tendencies far behind.
Vasai is only an hour’s bus ride away from Mulund and a Coolpad Cool 1 in my possession for review provided the perfect excuse for making the trip.