North Goa, the hub of scintillating beaches
Continuing from our Part I of Goa Exploration with our lil munchkin, here comes our story of North Goa exploration the next day. This day was marked by the exploration of Morjim, Manderim, Ashwem, Arambol beaches. We started on our bikes, enjoying the blissful nature.
Morjim Beach :
This beach is quite unique in itself, the sand is shiny blackish, fully absorbed with sea water. You’ll spot numerous beautiful, orange purple coloured shells on this really clean beach. Few locals there made me aware of the breeding seasons of sea turtles & their … Continue Reading
Memories are precious, imprint them!
It’s not always the future , but sometimes the past which inspires and motivates us . The best way to seek them is to revisit the precious moments from our memory bank .
In this digital world , where we click more than we can store, it is impossible to highlight the memories which really matter to us. One way is to filter and mark them as favourite in your laptop or phone, but you’re sure not to revisit those memories that frequently. Alternatively we as a family have always looked ahead for some framed … Continue Reading
Going on holiday with your family is something that you may do every year. Or every few years. Or even a few times each year. And it can be fun. The break away that you need. The chance to relax, unwind, and do a whole lot of nothing. But, it can also be chaos. Because travelling with a family isn’t always as easy as it seems. And we all know that it doesn’t seem that simple. Between the planning, the travelling, and making use of your time when you arrive at your destination, there’s a ton of chance for things … Continue Reading
Why do we need Travel insurance ?
We are crazy travellers and good luck doesn’t always follow you. Life is uncertain and we all have our own shares of ups and downs while travelling. You’ve planned a beautiful trip to break the monotony of life and what if you lose your baggage , may be passport or miss your connecting flight? Worst being, health may also take a toll, more so when elders or kids are together. What then?
I still remember that day, we were quite excited to explore Colosseum after reaching Rome. But destiny had something else in … Continue Reading
Craft your Travel memories
Life is a constant series of some or the other events which happen as a consequence of the choices we make and the decisions that we take. While some of these events are better forgotten than remembered, there are a few that will surely be remembered for as long as one can think off.
Thus turn picture to painting and make a portrait painting that will act as a personal diary of all your special and beloved memories. An authentic handmade portrait painting can be the perfect memoir for all your lifelong moments. Life should be … Continue Reading
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
The leaning tower of Pisa… Continue Reading
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