Author: Arunima Mitra

Naga Tales – Myth Busters

February 11, 2020 0

Every traveler dreams of exploring new places, trying new cuisines and experiencing a cultural renaissance. Nagaland makes your dream come true as it has this diverse heritage to offer, both for mainland Indians and foreign tourists alike. Nagaland is located on the north eastern part of India. It shares its borders with the Indian states…

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Exploring South Goa

October 23, 2019 0

Goa is for everyone.. you can do all sorts of touristy stuff, enjoy the adrenaline-filled experiences and still find time to do some soul-surfing. Every corner of Goa…every beach has a different story to tell. Go North to experience the wild side of Goa.. while South lets you ramble in your own thoughts.. and meanwhile…

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Sikkim Diaries – Lachung

September 3, 2019 47

Nestled in the laps of the mighty Himalayan range, lies Lachung, a small mountainous village under the district of North Sikkim. A peaceful village perched at 9000 feet above sea level (approx.) is famous for being the gateway to Yumthang Valley, and Yumesamdong a.k.a the Zero Point. Every year tourists flock here to witness the…

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Mini Trip – Bangkok & Koh-Samui

June 2, 2019 4

Thailand has turned out to be one of the most popular overseas tourist destinations, mostly due to availability of multiple budget airlines, tourist friendly policies and serene white sand  beaches . But, with flocking of tourists, most of places have a risk of becoming too touristy. So, when we chose to explore Thailand for a…

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Paris by Metro – A day spent well

October 8, 2018 9

Paris has always been a dream destination for me. Selfie with the Eiffel Tower has been an item on my bucket list for a long time. Summer of 2018, I got a chance to tick that box when I accompanied my hubby to Paris for a business trip. Everyone thinks Paris is all about the…

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Weekend trip from Bangalore – Yercaud

October 2, 2018 25

IT crowd at Bangalore yearns for short weekend trips to rejuvenate their mind and spirit. Thankfully, lot of such options are available… Yercaud being one of them. Yercuad is a quaint hill station in Salem district of Tamil Nadu. It might not rank high compared to Ooty, Coonor or Kodaikanal but nonetheless it offers a…

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Saturday Sorted – Ghent, Belgium

September 8, 2018 16

Belgium for me used to mean Brussels only. But after our day trip to Ghent, this picturesque city in  Flemish region of Belgium, we were awestruck. The city had everything to offer… lazy boat rides, architectural beauties, excellent food (and drinks). And bonus for us was the Ghent musical festival or the Gentse Feesten  !…

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Honeymoon Diaries – Bhutan

August 25, 2018 15

Planning your Honeymoon but don’t have enough leaves left for Eurotrip? Traveling abroad is a must for honeymoon but budget constraints pulling you back? Look no further.. the perfect solution is our quaint neighbor, Bhutan. Nestled in the laps of the Eastern Himalayas, Bhutan is the perfect destination for a short trip with family or…

By Arunima Mitra