We went on a week long trip to Delhi with Adhiyan last month. That was our first holiday as a family after he was born. Why Delhi? Stanley's aunt lives there and we thought it would be easier to stay with them instead going to a new place and staying at airbnb or a hotel … Continue reading Holidaying in Delhi with a baby
I had a poll on Instagram asking if I should blog about the Dubai trip and the response was 91% Yes against 9% No so, here goes the Dubai post. This was our second trip to Dubai and time is never really enough to say that you have seen it all! The country is so … Continue reading Follow me around Dubai
My friend, Jayasree is a true Coimbatorean. She knows the city in and out, especially the best places to dine and shop. Be it a roadside stall selling bajji-bondas or a food fest in That's y Food, she knows it! Every time I visit, she takes me to new places and this time when I met … Continue reading Akshayam, Coimbatore
Collection of pictures from India trip last summer.
When we were in UK in December last year, we spent around 4 days in Leeds. We stayed with our friends who live there. They were the best hosts we could have asked for! We didn't have any iternary for the trip and being travel enthusiasts themselves, they chose the best for us. We went to … Continue reading Lantern festival, Leeds
Kuwait celebrates it's National Day and Liberation Day on February 25 and 26 every year. It is also commonly known as "Hala Feb" here. Two days of holidays are assured and it is a bonus if it falls on Friday so that you get compensated on a weekday too. Last year, we went to Dubai for Hala … Continue reading Throwback to Musandam, Oman
For a girl from Kangayam, London was a bigger scene! Just a few days before we took off to London, I confessed to my best friend that I was scared. She told me that for once I sounded like a small town girl! But truly I was. I didn't know the itinerary to be honest until … Continue reading 2 Apps for a better London holiday
We are having one of the worst summers here in Kuwait; temperatures are around 45 to 50 degree Celsius and looks like there is no relief for the next few weeks. Sandstorms and humidity are the uninvited guests to the party! We were in Manali and Kullu last summer. How I wish I could go back … Continue reading Manali Street Food Trail