Category : Travel

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Plantation Trails
This is officially a super late post featuring Plantation Trails by Tata Coffee. But for those of you who know what I have been up to in the last few months, also know why this is late. So I will just get on with it. The pre-curser to this article is here where I have …
Our itinerary from Guwahati, where we landed, was fairly simple. Our aim was to reach Tawang. A tiny district in Arunachal Pradesh with a population of less than 50,000 people – this part of India has been claimed by China over the last few decades. And we couldn’t get to Tawang directly, so there were …
Meghalaya
Our trip was a simple plan. Tapash and I were going to Calcutta – mainly to eat Biryani. Yes, I am serious. We thought it would be fun to do a short trip from there. Initially it was going to be Nagaland for the Hornbill, but our holiday plan was making us miss the best …
A few weekends back, right after the International Coffee Day, Tata Coffee Grand hosted an experiential tour to Coorg, where the Tata Coffee Plantations are located. This journey promised to showcase the grandeur of Tata’s coffee plantations and discover the intrinsic process of coffee production from the brand. The itinerary comprised of a trip to …
Country Inn
Sometimes, spur of the moment plans turn out to be better than the best laid ones. And that’s exactly how our visit to Country Inn & Suites by Carlson happened. It was the launch of their south-eastern food festival and a long pending staycation that took us to Mysore. I love going to Mysore. It’s …
Yes, this post is coming very late. Udaipur was the last stop on our trip in Rajasthan. We traveled from Jodhpur by road, and visited the gorgeous Ranakpur Jain Temple, and then reached Udaipur. The city is known for its lakes and palaces, and even in pictures has an undeniable romance. The weather was perfect, …
We visited Jodhpur as the second stop during our Rajasthan trip late last year. Jodhpur was a late addition to our itinerary, mainly based on discussions with friends and colleagues. The layout of the city, especially the old city is completely different, and could look chaotic to an out of towner like me, but the …
Royal Orchid Brindavan Garden
We were invited to the Royal Orchid Brindavan Garden in Mysore, and last weekend decided to take this staycation. This particular property is about 30 minutes drive from the city, and is actually situated inside the Brindavan Garden. Overlooking the KRS Dam on one side, and the expanse of the beautiful gardens on the other, …
An incredible SulaFest unfolded this year in February – a Gourmet World Music Festival that was amazing as it celebrated its 10th Anniversary. First of all, the festival this year being a 3 day affair, as opposed to the standard 2 days.  Friday was dedicated to Indian artists had also added one more stage – …
Jaipur
Last November was our first time in Rajasthan. And we were so excited, that there were practically sleepless nights of planning. Considering we are from the opposite part of India, and stay in yet another side, culturally and tourism wise there was just an overwhelming lot to see. And if you had, say 3 days …
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