Japan with my 6 year Old

As I stood in Kyoto station outside the JR ticket counter waiting for Amrita and Ohanna, all I could focus was at the bakery right across. I dragged a rucksack, suitcase and a small bag to grab the best chocolate croissant we ever had

I am high at Mt Kanamo with Indiahikes

Every time I go to the mountains alone, with family or with friends, the wild is kind enough to hold my hand and guide me through its lands filled with million untold stories and lessons about life. Hills are like wrinkles on the forehead of my grand parents, representing the harsh reality, and an amazing life lived none the less, inspiring us to do the same.

AnnaMaya – Andaz Delhi – Food Blog

Walking the Talk” Walking into Hyatt Andaz is like visiting a flea market; where you can try amazing food, learn more about new recipes during your interactions and take few ingredients home. Their menu has India written all over it. Indian spices and herbs add flavour to the bland continental dishes and make them even…

Is Sikkim In India? 10 Days in Sikkim with my 5 year Old Hurricane

The fully organic State of Sikkim is what India hopes it’s states will be like someday. It is super clean, has an effective garbage collection system, dustbins everywhere, toilets in the remotest of places and music plays in every house. Tribal traditions still rule the lives of locals and being matriarchal in nature, gender equality…

Old Delhi Havelis and Food Walk

Old Delhi is in a true sense what we call Delhi and rest I would say is all around it. I loved the energy of this place as it’s very warm and welcoming. What makes everything special here is that every interaction you have in Old Delhi, you are touched by the warmth with which…