Heartiest congratulations for finally travelling with your bundle of joy! It’s such a big milestone for you and your baby to celebrate. We travelled to Singapore with our seven months old baby and it turned out to be one of the best trips we’ve ever taken! Travelling with a baby is not a walk in the park but if planned well, it could be easy peasy lemon squeezy! I remember how nervous I was before the trip but with right information, you can brave the skies! So, look no further, I’ve got you covered.
We loved our staycation at Tijara Fort Palace by Neemrana, an exquisite property in Alwar, Rajasthan. A perfect amalgamation of luxury, quietude and old world charm, where time seems to stand still. This stunning palace dates back to the 19th century and has now been converted into a gorgeous hotel that not only offers verdant views and warm hospitality but has numerous tales to tell of the bygone era.
A big hello to all the mamas-to-be! This article is for everyone who’s pregnant or thinking to start their family. The day I found out I was pregnant, I was over the moon and knew I was entering the most exciting phase of my life. Being a travel blogger, I had to make a few temporary changes to my lifestyle as I had been travelling most of the time. How and how much to travel during this period? All these questions were there on my mind so I’ve penned down the things I took into consideration, the tips I learnt while travelling during pregnancy. Just so you know, I also packed my entire house and move to a different part of the country during the onset of my third trimester! Talk about adventures!
Wondering where to stay in Varkala? Well look no further and check out the amazingly beautiful property B’Canti Boutique Beach Resort. This place is one of a kind, from its sea facing location to its traditional yet modern architecture, B’Canti truly offers serenity coupled with luxury.
I wanted to experience hostels but the prospect of it always seemed daunting. Being sceptical about the safety and a sucker for little luxuries in life, my heart didn’t brace the courage until recently. And ever since I watched Kangana’s movie Queen, hostels for me meant dorm like rooms with bunk beds, communal bathrooms(Well not really comfy with that). However, many hostels are rather plush and even offer a few private rooms in addition to traditional shared rooms.
Are you dreaming of staying at a sea facing villa, with an infinity pool overlooking crystal clear waters of the turquoise Indian Ocean? If sun, sea, sand and tranquility are on your mind then “Voile Bleue” is definitely for you. A chic boutique hotel which is perfect for anyone who’s longing for a summery, calming, modern and oh-so-rejuvenating place. There’s an overwhelming sense of placidity as you enter this gorgeous property.
Want to immerse yourself in the culturally rich and calm surroundings of Ubud? Well look no further and head to this rustic yet charmingly modern property called “Ubud Raya Hotel” where nature and Balinese traditions seamlessly blend into each other. We stayed here at the very end of our trip after travelling around Bali.