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Tips for first time travellers

Travelling abroad for the first time? Things to take care of…

Planning a honeymoon, babymoon or travelling abroad for the first time with family? Or you could be doing a solo trip. Travelling abroad for the first time is exciting, but sometimes scary too. I remember the first time we were on an overseas trip, I had jitters thinking how the other country would be. With […]

Mauritius Aquarium

Mauritius: Attractions that you can skip

Mauritius is a superb blend of beautiful beaches, lovely hikes, varied cuisines, various kiddo activities and warm people. Its a good destination for honeymoon, family holiday or just a relaxed getaway. We spent one week in Mauritius and felt we could spend much longer time exploring this small island country. However, there were few activities […]

View from the top of Ganga Talao, Grand Bassin, Mauritius

Mauritius: Free attractions you should not miss!

Mauritius in general is a costly destination. Some of the activities like SCUBA diving, Snorkelling, Dolphin Watching; and attractions like zoo, aquariums etc cost much more than at other tourist locations. But there are a few attractions on this island that cost you nothing and are very unique. We visited Mauritius for a week in […]

SCUBA Diving

Avoid SCUBA diving with Dive Dream Diving Center, Trou Aux Biches, Mauritius

We went to Mauritius in Dec 2015, our family (my husband RK, I and our 5yr old kiddo) and my sister-in-law and her husband (Sush and Jeet). Though both me and my husband do not know swimming, we have done SCUBA dive before in Lakshadweep and Andaman. Jeet has dived before in Australia’s barrier reef and knows little swimming […]

Fortuna Beach Apartment, Flic en Flac, Bali

Fortuna Beach Apartments, Flic en Flac Coastal Road, Mauritius review

We traveled to Mauritius for kiddo’s 5th birthday in Dec. This time we were joined by my sister in law and her husband too. We decided to book an entire apartment through Airbnb for the following reasons: Mauritius in general is an expensive destination and we wanted to spend more on experiences rather than on stay. […]

Kerala Boat Race

Kerala snake boat race, Alleppey houseboat and Kumarakom

Lord Vishnu’s 6th incarnation, Parasurama fought back the sea to save the land. He threw his axe from Konkan to Kanyakumari and sea gave way. Thus was God’s Own Country born, which is called Kerala. We have travelled to Kerala five times as tourists; still, get enchanted by the beauty of the state. A few […]

Andaman - Port Blair, Havelock

Port Blair & Havelock – Itinerary with costs, reviews, schedules etc.

Updated on: 13th March 2019 Andaman and Nicobar (especially Havelock island) had been on our radar for long. In one of the Spicejet sale, we saw that the Chennai- Port Blair return was costing ~Rs.11500 for all of us (2 adults and 1 child). We grabbed the opportunity and tickets were booked for Sep 2015. […]

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