GOA : A Journey of Family Travellers with toddlers!
So hurriedly had we decided to make Goa an “On beat” heart throb in this off beat monsoon season. But as the saying goes, never regret the decision once made (after being alarmed by the “Offseason Tag” in these months), we decided to have a prolific stay & make this trip a chronicle in the chapter of our lives. So tagged as “Last minute Managers”, all the readiness ranging from booking of the hotel to planning the itinerary was made in last 3 days. Since it was a trip with our … Continue Reading
Florence, the city of Love!
Our Florence expedition kept us mesmerized at almost every step as we walked hand in hand to explore every corner of the Florence. Be it the serenity of enjoying some great music in the moon lit night or climbing for Michelangelo Square, every moment was well explored. This post is all about “Piazzale Michelangelo”, a square dedicated to renowned artist Michelangelo Buonarotti. Our 4 hours experience over here has been etched in our memories forever.
Read our Italy Travelogues right here :
Venice, the city of canals
Mesmerizing capri island
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A day at Kovalam Beaches : Kerala
Trip to Kerala can never be complete without exploring the mesmerizing Kovalam beach. Nature has been really cruel with Kerala this time, and #FOTW has kept Kerala in prayers always. I’m not sure if the sandy beach area persists as of now, after the floods, but my love for Kerala made me write this post.
We tripped for 10 days in Kerala last year in November, witnessing a beautiful weather in close vicinity with the natures abundance. Our last leg in Kerala visit was Trivandrum and Kovalam. The best way we wanted to … Continue Reading
Local Sightseeing in Leh
Continuing from our Leh Travel tales, this post is dedicated to Local Sightseeing. Words can never do any justice to the beauty of Leh. It has been so aptly said that ” Study Nature, Love Nature, stay close to Nature, it will never fail you”. You will never find a landscape where you won’t be exclaiming, Wow, when exploring Leh.
Read out our most amazing experiences at Leh :
Leh encompasses lot many tourist … Continue Reading
Travelling to Ayers Rock, South Australia?
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Northern Territory’s massive sandstone monolith Ayers Rock was first named Uluru by the local indigenous people before the surveyor William Gosse named it after the South Australia Chief Secretary Henry Ayers. This famous postcard-worthy landmark is one of the country’s most famous tourist icons.
If you are planning a trip to Ayers Rock and are working on a budget, here are some tips on how you can save some money. One expense you will not be able to avoid is the mandatory $25 charge to get into Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park… Continue Reading
Tours with Trans Siberian Trains
Traversing the Trans Siberian Railway should be in everyone’s bucket list as it will surely be one of those unforgettable trips in your life. But when is the best time to go on a Trans Siberian tour? Perhaps the answer that will easily pop up on your mind is summer, and with good reason.
Although most people that have been on a Trans Siberian tour more than a couple of times and during different parts of the year may beg to differ, it is said that the more appealing time to travel on … Continue Reading
The Beautiful Lower antelope canyons in Arizona
Natural magic under the ground :
Though my husband and I ticked off this amazing destination from our travel list few months back, I delayed the writing process for quite long. Call it a selfish desire to keep a wonderful experience to ourselves or lack of confidence to express it well, I was unsure of doing a good job. Even though I pour every possible ounce of energy to translate my thoughts into good flow of words, it will be impossible to say what our hearts and minds felt back then. No … Continue Reading
Pulau Ubin : A nature’s paradise
An island North east of Singapore, far away from those skyscrapers and high developmental zone, It is a place for nature lovers, trekkers and pedaler’s. It will take you away from the fast paced life of Singapore into the tranquility of nature and greens all around. All you need to do is forget the worries and unwind here with the greens, lakes, bird watching, marine life explorations and know the native plants.
Rustic roads, swaying trees, various plantations, serene beach (though not sandy), lakes is all what defines Pulau Ubin.
Exploring Pulau Ubin :
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Introducing Singapore by FOTW
Team FOTW has been back from Singapore exploration and this time it was a crazy fun! Crazy, since it was a pure exploration of Mom-son duo, as daddy was busy in his office. Thrilling, challenging, exciting, our master child explored this island country in a every possible way, making me happy that he is indeed a travel kid!
And why not, Singapore has so much to offer for Kids of all ages. Our Parenting blog has captured Singapore explicitly for kids, read here. And we’re gonna share our experience day by day, as … Continue Reading
Nonetheless had we thought to visit China, but any opportunity to be blessed to have a meet and greet with Jackie Chan couldn’t be avoidable!
Similar was the day when destiny turned things for us. We had an exquisite wonder coming across to visit Shanghai and Beijing and all the more to be a part of an International event – Celebration of Jackie Chan’s 60th Birthday. A completely not to be missed event.
Jackie Chan had been a childhood hero for me but to meet him in person was all together so different, It was such a WOW moment, a … Continue Reading