A summary of my travels in 2016 and chalking out the itinerary for 2017
2016 was a great year for me travel wise, from the salubrious climes of Scotland to beaches of Goa, my passport and bags did a lot of heavy lifting. I have to plan my travels around my children’s school and academic calendar. I really marvel at the mom’s who manage to travel round the year, maybe I will be able to do it once the kid’s fly from the nest ! Continue reading “2016 Travel Recap and ‘To Come’ in 2017”
DISCLAIMER – ‘I’m chronicling my roadtrip adventure for CEAT Tyres in association with BlogAdda.’
Of all the peregrinations we have undertaken across the length and breadth of India, the road trip across Ladakh remains close to my heart. I knew this trip would be tougher and rougher especially with my little one but along with all the apprehensions, I was full of beans thinking of the adventures we would have on this epic trip !! This post is a recount of all the passes we crossed on this road trip. Continue reading “Road Trippin across the highest passes in the world !”
10 gorgeous places outside India that can fit into every budget conscious traveler’s itinerary.
Travel has become an indispensable part of our lives. Be it to unwind, to take a break from the hectic schedules, to do some soul searching or see the world other than our own; the fact is that your passport is the key to the wonderland that you find yourself peeping through often ! Maybe it’s time to look beyond the enticing pictures on Instagram and head to these destinations for the much needed R & R. Continue reading “Budget Conscious Traveler’s Top 10 List !”
All serious travelers have their bucket list of places to see, things to do, right ? Here is mine, in no particular order except for the first 5, they are definitely the ones I am going to see in next 2 years 🙂 Continue reading “My Bucket List of Places To See”
The best gift to give your children is to travel with them
One of the best ways to bond with your family especially children is to travel with them , not tour but travel ! The memories you create are lifelong , priceless , the children learn so much more than they learn by sitting in a classroom . The exposure to how the rest of the world lives at an early age ,the sensitivity to ways of people other than yours goes a long way in shaping up the personality of the young ones. I have some extremely fond memories of traveling with my kids.
Tourists don’t know where they’ve been, Travelers don’t know where they are going – Paul Theroux
What do you prefer ?….the structured tours offered by multiple travel companies or the thrill of researching and plunging headlong in a trip to a place you have never been to. I guess from the statement above you can make out which category I belong to !