Being a pure Non-vegetarian, it’s not very often that we make a concious decision to spend our weekends enjoying a good vegetarian thali (All though it is never a bad idea). So, after trying out numerous places around for the last few months, here are my favourite five restaurants to enjoy a good vegetarian thali in the UAE. Rajdhani, Dubai (Aam Ras was my absolute … Continue reading Top 5 places to enjoy a good vegetarian Thali in the UAE
When a long awaited long weekend graces upon us, some plan to travel out and some wait for an impromptu plan to crop up. This weekend for us was the later part of the story. An impromptu plan to explore the world largest indoor theme park. Having been to most of the theme parks in UAE, this was probably the only left to explore. Ticket … Continue reading Pulse-racing weekend at the IMG Worlds of Adventure
This Marketing era has become drastically digitalized and content driven, rightly so! Every Marketing leader is just interested in numbers that convert. Some numbers makes real sense and some doesn’t, some drives the business and some we can never have control over. Marketing has evolved over the years, from interactive content to influencer Marketing, new avenues are opening up every now and then, it’s just … Continue reading 6 of my favourite Marketing quotes – 2017
If you are planning to travel to Armenia over the weekend, here are some quick tips and learnings from our journey. Food: All vegetarians, please stop over at your nearest supermarket and carry some fruits along. Most Armenian restaurants don’t serve Veg dishes except for salad. For Chicken lovers, I would strongly suggest a Doner sandwich from Mr. Gyros. If you would like to still … Continue reading Travel to Armenia: Things to remember
Selfie with Mount Ararat in the background – Check Visit to the only Greek temple in Armenia – Check Pomegranate wine tasting – Check Zipline adventure by lake Parz – Check One of the scariest yet scenic ropeway experience – Check An instagram worthy shot of Lake Sevan – Check Travel with an amazing bunch – Check! All of the above made my weekend, stupendously … Continue reading A weekend in the Pink City!
If you are looking for solo travel tips online, there are plenty. But having tried both the experiences, I would any day prefer to go with a bunch of good friends (You’ll only know by the end of the trip). I have to admit that the experiences could be the best or the worst, there is no middle ground. Imagine having friends who can wake … Continue reading Messy but perfect!
Next travel, plan a layover to experience the Turkish Airlines CIP Lounge, totally worth it! Continue reading Lounge review: The Turkish Airlines CIP Lounge
Overall rating: 3/5 A quick, breezy weekend read for anyone who is a fan of Bollywood movies and the celebrity Karan Johar. He takes the readers through how his career in the film industry started about through to his best movies and the making of it followed by some of his strong and long-standing friendships. He also briefly talks about his love life and the … Continue reading Book review: An Unsuitable Boy
This is a spectacular city, filled with layers of history, culture, and incredible food. Being one of the biggest cities in the world, Istanbul bestrides between Europe and Asia. Although Istanbul is not the capital of Turkey now, this city has served as the ancient capital for many empires from the Roman era to Ottoman era. Every nook and corner of Istanbul will have a … Continue reading 4 reasons why I fell in love with Istanbul!
I have always been known as the ‘dusky South Indian girl’ in my school, but to my parents, I was always the ‘prettiest’. When I was a kid, being teased about dark skin was an everyday thing by cool kids in my school. I know a lot of people have gone through the crisis and have overcome it over time. I fall in the same … Continue reading Dear Mr. Racist well wisher!
Funny. Observant. Wise. Book review: 3.5 stars/5 Yes, it’s the much-hyped book of 2017 by Mrs Funnybones – The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad. The book is a collection of 4 heart touching short stories that will leave you wanting for more. This book with 287 pages is a light read and I managed to complete the read in less than three folds. The first one … Continue reading Book review: The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad
You don’t have to always travel far and away to have the best holiday. Sometimes, it’s just a matter of spending quality time with your family and exploring the cities nearby. This time around, on our holiday back to hometown, we decided to give the entire family a break, from aged to the young ones, we travelled together. Sang songs, gossiped, slept and most importantly … Continue reading Thekkady Travel Trails