No matter how serious life gets, you just need a good weekend to calm the hustle inside you.
Just for 2 days, shut down your laptops as well as your work lives and get into a whole new experience of life. Leave your world behind and go away to a place, unknown and undiscovered by you. India is rich in its diverse cultures and religions. Adhering to and following a single culture is too mainstream. Come on! Take that vacation book out and fill it with new experiences, cultures and explorations.
Mid-July, Snubnose and I took a short weekend break with my work friends to Coorg. True, it is right in the middle of the monsoon, and we fully expected our trip to be a washout. However, though it rained off and on, the weather was overall very pleasant, and we ended up having a great time.
This time, we spent a lot of time in Coorg proper (Madikeri) and nearby places. We stayed at the Coorg Heights resort, which is a nice resort up slope, with sweeping views of the hills and valleys around.
There’s nothing quite like camping to free your mind and indulge in a bit of relaxation. Even with the modern advances of camping, it’s still a retreat from the rat race and a great chance to become one with nature. That being said, once you’re on the road there is no going back so you’ll want to make sure you have packed absolutely everything you will need.
Packing for camping is a lot like camping for any trip, it should be thoroughly thought out before a single item is placed in a case or bag. So, keep these packing tips in mind ahead of your big camping expedition. You might even want to consider a roof box so that everything fits with ease and you don’t need to worry about packing the boot like a jigsaw puzzle.
Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.
Everyone who travels and loves travelling resonates with this quote. Often while binge watching our favorite TV shows we can’t help gape at the beautiful locations where these shows are shot and that’s when we have major wanderlust. Here are 5 TV shows that gave me serious travel goals.
Take your simple and calming trip to the next level by getting camping right. There’s not much that you can do wrong during camping and becoming one with nature and your friends/family in a trip where you get to sleep beneath the stars. But don’t be mistaken, because there are some things you might end up neglecting that might turn your fun camping trip into a boring one. If you want to wake up to chirping birds in a tent that won’t let the bed bugs bite and sit out by the fire and tell ghost stories with ease, keep the following things in mind and make no mistakes. Here are some regrets to avoid when it comes to camping
As a family, we love to vacation in South-East Asia. What’s not to like? Most of the places are kid-friendly (yes, we found family friendly things to do even in notorious Pattaya), cheap, and easy to get to from Bangalore.
This year, as we again begin our travel planning for the annual holiday in December, my eyes wander off to the right-hand side of the map we have on hand, and for some reason Phillippines is beckoning to me.