I never thought of writing about travel incidents until I met one myself. I used to keep hearing things from friends, read posts and news, but things change when I actually experienced something myself. Which actually reminds me of one the popular quote from Anthony Bourdain
“Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay. The journey changes you; it should change you. It leaves marks on your memory, on your consciousness, on your heart, and on your body. You take something with you. Hopefully, you leave something good behind.” Continue reading Travel isn’t always pretty….
Alsace, is it France or is it Germany? It is hard to tell. Good food, good wine, and some of the quaintest towns in Europe. Entire region is well conserved and a UNESCO-listed natural regional park. Check the complete article to get details of this magical region Continue reading 4 Fairytale Villages of Alsace
Bellagio is definitely a must-do when you’re in Lake Como. This cute little dreamy town has caught our attention with its quaint narrow steep walkways, scenic, cafe-lined waterfront and pastel-colored fishermen’s houses provide a perfect landscape for photography. No wonder Bellagio is one of Italy’s prettiest lakeside towns which perfectly captures the essence of “dolce far niente”. Continue reading The pearl of Lake Como – Bellagio
“Paris is always a good idea” for shots() and shots(). Okay with that being said we shall proceed! Here are some of our favorite night pictures and their locations in the map. Continue reading An evening in Paris – 10 best spots for night photography
Valley of Fire is the oldest state park in Nevada. It is located 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas and features red sandstone rock formations and petroglyphs carved into boulder and rock which looks like on fire when reflecting the sun’s rays. Continue reading Valley of Fire – beautiful escape from Las Vegas
Venice is a type of place described in romantic novels, every corner of city is made for a romance. Completely running on a water, Venice is a city to walk and walking is the best way to explore any place. The memory of my first Venice trip will stay with me forever. It must be the most romantic, Beautiful jaw dropping journey I’ve ever made. Continue reading A synonym for love – Venice
London is one of the most illuminated and happening cities in the world, and one of the most photographed as well.
Let’s get started with some of our favorite spots to shoot London’s historic and landmark locations. We started from Tower Bridge, and then moved onto some other locations around Central London Continue reading 17 best spots for night photography in London
My love for lighthouses is never ending, who can find romance in lighthouses the way we do 🙈. Irrespective of whichever country we are, we can sniff them like a greyhound. We try to visit at least 2-3 of them in every trip. We started our drive from Christchurch, and it was a nice drive with beautiful vistas throughout. During entire drive you will find … Continue reading Akaroa – an oasis of peace
New Zealand is one of the most beautiful countries I have been to so far. A real middle earth (here comes the LOTR fan!) in front of you. Name anything which you won’t find there, beautiful beaches, snow capped mountains, glaciers, unique turquoise lakes, lush green hills, volcanoes, geothermal parks, unlimited adventure sports…and list goes on.
I want to highlight 15 things we experienced during our trip to New Zealand Continue reading 15 tips for travelling in New Zealand
Why Solvang?. Its location made it a perfect winter escape for us during the new year holiday. Solvang is a small town located in the south of California, and roughly 5 hours drive from San Francisco. It’s famous for its Danish culture, in the 1900s some people originally from Denmark established it. Continue reading Solvang – a piece of Denmark in California
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