If you have only a weekend to make your dream Goa trip come true then you are in the right place. I agree, that 2 days is too little to explore a place but spending 2 days in any of your dream locations will go a long way in making your boring daily life seem not so boring after all. What I am trying to say is instead of waiting for our annual vacation, we can go on small-small breaks in the long weekends to enjoy (or appreciate) our life a little more.more “How to cover most places of Goa in 2 days?”
If you are planning to visit Sri Lanka soon then you are definitely in the right place. In this blog post, I will give you a detailed version of my 7 days Sri Lanka itinerary, including my route and all the things we did there.
Getting a visa for Sri Lanka is very easy. Travelers from almost any country in the world can now apply online without having to visit an embassy or consulate and will receive an ETA.more “My 7 Days Sri Lanka Travel Itinerary”
Sometime, we want to visit an offbeat place to spend some quality time with our partners where nobody but the sweets voices of birds will wake you up or where you can walk for miles on the cool sandy beaches under moonlight. It’s high time that we start exploring the emerging offbeat places in India. They offer the much deserved peace, serenity and tranquility amidst the playful waves or the dreamlike mountains topped with snow. more “Top 5 Offbeat Honeymoon Destinations in India in 2018”
I have always wanted to go out of India for my honeymoon and the sapphire-blue waters & powder-white beaches of Mauritius seemed perfect from all the things I have heard and read about it. Naturally I was so excited about this trip as it marked many firsts for my husband and I as a couple.
For starters, my passport got stamped for the very first time. That feeling was just like a dream come true. When I look back to this trip, I feel we could have easily planned on our own. Instead we took a planned tour from Thomas Cook for 6 nights, 7 days.more “My dream honeymoon destination: Mauritius, a Heaven on Earth”