For our TravelHer series, Sonal Satelkar writes on her England-Scotland-Ireland trip, kissing the Blarney stone and tucking into home-made whiskey ice-cream.
Entrepreneur Ruchi Makkad is also a mother to a toddler. For our TravelHer series, she shares some of her secret hacks on travelling with children.
Aanchal Rakheja write about her surreal trip to Kashmir and how she was left mesmerized by the snow capped mountains scenic beauty of the heaven on earth.
I wouldn’t lie and say I sobbed silently in bed at nights, missing my child, and refused food and drinks in sorrow. I had a great time. On our first day, we explored the nearby beach, and my new found independence, that came with not having to be on mommy alert constantly.
“The air carried the sticky sour smell of the pine needles mixed with that of growing wheat below. An unlikely combination. We were breathing clean air. That evening I redefined what luxury was for me,” writes Shaili Chopra.
The sentiments transcended boundaries as hundreds of foreigners closed their eyes in devotion uttering words they could learn, not a hint of pretense in their devotion. – Snigdha Gupta writes on witnessing the Ganga aarti and finding her inner peace in Rishikesh.
“When I travel for pleasure, it is almost always a place that I have not visited before, so I can add to my favourites,” says Prachi Buchar.
Our journey began and in the initial 20km of it, we realized that our driver was a living nightmare I wouldn’t even wish upon my enemies.
A visit to Pangong Lake can compel one to be in communion with nature. This magical lake can have a therapeutic effect on anyone who visits it!
For our Travel Her series, Neelam Pratap recounts her journey to Moscow, peppered with fun trivia and a generous dose of nostalgia.
No photos or lens however wide will show the true scale of mountains that tower straight up from sea. No photoshop techniques will show true colours of these desolate islands. Subha Bhandari writes about the rugged yet scenic Faroe Islands.