Have you ever had a romantic dream? Honey-colored cottages, small stone footbridges, narrow smoky streets and river running through. Fairytale is’t it? First glimpse of cotswolds left us speechless. Some cottages seem hundreds of year old but they have aged so gracefully through the years and well preserved till today. You can walk from one end of village to the other within minutes. Streets are … Continue reading Cotswolds – a photographer’s paradise
The Old Town of Edinburgh has its own charm, no trip to Edinburgh would be complete without visiting its old town. Though I do not understand architecture, but I must say the buildings of Old Town are absolutely magnificent, beautiful and so mysterious. A must see place to appreciate what the old Scotland was like.
Both medieval Old Town and Georgian New Town of Edinburgh belongs to the UNESCO World heritage site Continue reading Wander through history – Edinburgh’s old town
We are both(me and my husband) totally obsessed for night photography , and this is one our mandatory activity for every trip. Usually we move out during twilight and keep strolling till midnight, hunting for the challenging spots to get some good Instagram. Continue reading Montreal by night
During our last Mexico visit we landed in Cancun. For 2 days we were just relaxing and visited Chichen Itza, then we thought to explore nearby places.
On the 3rd day of our stay we took an Ultramar ferry from Punta Sam ferry terminal. It was a super windy day, wind gust were blowing at the speed of 11mph. Finally, after this fun filled, roller coaster like ride of ½ hr we arrived at Isla Mujeres. Continue reading Island of Women – Isla Mujeres
I am sure you might have seen the pictures of row houses full of vivid colors, lovely white windows, clean pathways and small bridges over canals. This postcard perfect.picturesque place is Burano. This small island is 1h30m away from Venice, and one of the most interesting one as compare to other 2(Murano and Torcello) Continue reading Rainbow island – Burano
Do you ever wish to be there in a small town? A small town to get lost in, let go of pollution and breathe in the good air. Totally downsized lifestyle at least for a day.
After all active holidays in huge and shiny cities, we were craving to spend some time in small town. Though Whitby was already there in plan, but it was not the only place planned for the day. Continue reading A Small Town To Get Lost – Whitby
We have been on many trips in last 3-4 years but, this trip in particular is “special” for us. Why? You already know by now. Yes!!! This was our honeymoon trip. Continue reading Mobor beach – the hidden gem of Goa
The most scenic byways are designated as All-American Roads and Scenic route 12 is the only All-American road in Utah.
Route 12 was the part of our 10 days long – Las Vegas and Canyonlands trip. We took Byway 12 from its intersection with US-89 and ended at Torrey/Capitol Reef via Bryce canyon. Continue reading All-American Road – Scenic Byway 12
During our New Zealand visit in Nov 2016 Mt. Taranaki was never a part of our itinerary. We were skeptical when we started with our detour route. Yo!! It turned out to be a pleasant surprise and turned out to be worth driving. Continue reading The magical mountain – Taranaki
Dublin is one of the most vibrant city we visited recently. Even on a cold rainy night, streets were full and shiny. Not only it has heritage but so many new and exciting things can also be done. Continue reading A rainy night in Dublin
Vieux (old in french) Quebec – is glorious and well preserved old city. City is filled with castles, churches and beautiful houses. We drove from Montreal, and was expecting something similar, but it was so much more surprise. Continue reading Europe outside of europe – Quebec city
Until we reached Teotihuacan (slight tongue twister to pronounce), we weren’t aware that we are about to see the third largest pyramid in the world, Pyramid of the Sun. It is fascinating to that the pyramids were built thousands of years ago are still standing, and we had a chance to climb and experience them. Continue reading City of the gods – Teotihuacan
The most common item found in everyone’s travel bucket list is Vatican Museum. Giant, magnificent, spectacular, amazing this is how people describe it. We planned an 8 day multi city tour of Italy in 2016 which included visiting Vatican City as well. This is the place you so often see on TV and in films(like Angels and Demons) but nothing can prepare you for the size and grandeur of it, truly spectacular!!!. Continue reading A must see! – Vatican Museum
Pregnancy and travel why? Now? Is it really required? And so on….
We faced # of such questions when we disclosed our trip plan to friend and family. But trust me one should plan one. It’s not only for you it’s for that tiny little beating next to yours. Who can feel everything, that fresh breeze of air, gigantic snowcap mountains, cashing sound of ocean waves and piping hot cup of chocolate in chilling weather Continue reading Travelling while pregnant
Wondering how to handle feedings, nappy changes, airplane rides with an infant? Don’t stick to home with all these thoughts. Find out everything you need to know about traveling with a baby. Continue reading Travel tips – travelling with an infant