Travel Diaries with Chef Ritwik – a brief review of a food pop-up Travel Diaries with Chef Ritwik – a brief review of a food pop-up

Travel Diaries with Chef Ritwik - a brief review of a food pop-up

One of the things I cherish when I travel is the local food I find there. Many of you may do the samRead More »
Kapu – a delightful beach in South India Kapu – a delightful beach in South India

Kapu – a delightful beach in South India

About 15 kms south of Udupi (on the way to Mangalore) lies a delightful strip of sand and surf calleRead More »
5 exciting watering holes in Bengaluru 5 exciting watering holes in Bengaluru

5 exciting watering holes in Bengaluru

For a while, it looked like the pubbing capital of India had lost its froth.  Many of the charming, Read More »
The magic of Malabar The magic of Malabar

The magic of Malabar

Though few people know this, the northern part of Kerala has as much to offer a traveler as its soutRead More »

Kochi in 48 hours

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Kochi is a heady mix of many things. Go there to experience spice markets, churches, museums, palaces, backwater cruises and much more. __________________________________________________________________________ Kochi can take you by surprise. Like a delicious biryani, this city is a burst of aromas, flavours and ...

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7 hidden treasures of Delhi

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Delhi is perhaps the most storied of Indian cities. Much has been written about its conquests and rules, its masters and mistresses, the commingling of diverse influences to create the unique ‘Delhi’ culture and idiom. Still, the fact remains that ...

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Mangalore in 48 hours

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Situated on the West coast of India, just above Kerala, the small city of Mangalore offers the best of several worlds. Its undulating landscape makes it a hill town, with majestic views of the valley. Being at the confluence of ...

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Into the depths of time: Agrasen ki baoli

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The auto turns off Hailey Road, and into a small lane lined with old buildings on one side and an older wall on the other. It stops at a small opening in the wall, which is meant to be the ...

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The magic of Malabar

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Though few people know this, the northern part of Kerala has as much to offer a traveler as its southern counterpart. Ask anybody about Kerala, and you are likely to hear about its backwaters and houseboats, its swaying palms, its beaches ...

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10 must-dos in Colombo

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Like every great city, Colombo connotes different things to different people. Ex-colony of Portugal and The Netherlands, bustling metropolis, commercial capital of Sri Lanka, beachside city….Colombo is actually many worlds rolled into one. A blend of heritage and modernity, the ...

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Bag and baggage

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Glorious Galle

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