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Dec
2016
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Adalaj Step Well with Asus Zenfone 3

Ankur and I move to Ahmedabad earlier in October. Since then, we have been trying to settle into our new place and haven’t spent much time exploring the new city. Well, now everything is in place. Our house is set up well, the kitchen is up and running and Ankur has settled into his new work place. We now have time to explore Ahmedabad and it’s surroundings. To get the ball rolling, we decided to...
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6
Nov
2016
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Maru Maru Zanzibar: Hotel Review

Stone Town is dotted with every range of accommodation - luxury five star chains, cosy boutique hotels and tiny bed and breakfasts. Our hotel of choice was Maru Maru, a well located boutique hotel with architecture that clearly reflects influences of the Arabic style. The hotel has traditional Zanzibari doors and some really impressive and interesting furniture in the lobby. Read on for a detailed review of the hotel...
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Nov
2016
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One month in South America

The year started with an exotic destination - Myanmar...the land of pagodas. And hence, I have decided to end the year with an equally exotic destination - South America. Later in November, I am off to South America for a month. I am super excited...its been on the bucketlist for far too long! I would be visiting four countries - Galapagos (Ecuador), Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. Here is a snapshot of what my plan looks like...
31
Oct
2016
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Five reasons to visit Israel

I haven’t planned my next trip as yet. The canvas is blank and I am yet to decide. Winter is around the corner, and I would want to visit a place that isn’t gloomy…where winters are fun. I want to feel the nip in the air, yet see the sun shine. I had these thoughts in mind and could not zero down on a place…until I saw a video from Israel Tourism last night, which has put Israel high up on my list. Later that night, Ankur and I went out for dinner to a Mediterranean restaurant, which reminded me of our last trip to the Middle East, when we feasted on delicious mezze and fresh salads. Possibly, these are signs that I should consider visiting Israel soon!
30
Oct
2016
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10 Reasons to visit Taiwan

I am in Taiwan for a week. I am exploring the Southern, the Central and the Northern part of the country. I have seen silvery streams, emerald hills and serene lakes. I have also seen high rises, strong bridges and high speed trains. Though the Taiwanese have progressed, but have preserved their natural gifts. Technology and Nature sing together in harmony. Here are ten reasons to put Taiwan on your travel map ....
26
Oct
2016
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Zanzibar: One Week Itinerary

If you are a beach lover and haven’t been to Zanzibar as yet, trust me, you are missing something in life. If you are wondering where Zanzibar is…this archipelago is just off the Tanzanian coast and comprises of many small and two large islands - Unguja and Pemba. The islands are surrounded by azure waters, teeming with sea life. Zanzibar was the hub of spice and slave trade, that have resulted in its unique culture - a mix of Indian, Arabic and European.
14
Oct
2016
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What you didn’t know about Taiwan…

So, where do I go next? Taiwan, baby! Sometimes, life throws unexpected surprises at you and my trip to Taiwan is one such surprise. Until a few days ago, there was little that I knew about Taiwan, except that my mini piano, back in the 1980’s came from there. There is no doubt that to an electronics lover, Taiwan is paradise. But there is so much more that this lovely island offers…and I am soon about to explore a little bit of it. I have been reading up a little on Taiwan in order to prepare for the upcoming trip. Here are some interesting facts that I have come across...
12
Oct
2016
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Zanzibar: Photoblog

We love beaches. Our love for beaches has taken us to Maldives, Thailand, Seychelles, Bali and numerous places in India. Zanzibar was on our bucketlist as it is supposed to have beautiful beaches, which are washed by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. The waters are teeming with life and there are high chances of being able to swim with dolphins and even whale sharks!
7
Oct
2016
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Travel Blogging: Its not all rosy!

I love my job as a travel blogger. I work as per my schedule. Sometimes, I get paid to travel. Most of my trips are at least part sponsored, if not full. Any day, this is a better place to be in as compared to my corporate banking role... at least, that is how I am feeling at this moment. However, there are some woes that I have as a travel blogger, or rather, as a newbie full time travel blogger. If you do intend to take blogging your full time job, read on...it is a fun ride...but it isn't a smooth ride!
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