10 Offbeat things to do in Santorini

Santorini – the island of romance, world-famous enchanting sunsets, sun beamed houses perched on the cliffs facing the glittering Agean sea; is undoubtedly one the most popular and photographed Greek island (and rightfully so!)

With this perfect setting, Santorini is a haven for couples and honeymooners. Having seen several photos on my social media feed, I always thought Santorini was all about the whitewashed houses, blue domes and sunsets and loads of Instagram-worthy pictures and a place ideal to be covered in 3 days ( I was so wrong!) Continue reading “10 Offbeat things to do in Santorini”


Get Lost

The title of my blog might seem a bit rude but it also just happens to be the most satisfying and rewarding thing  to do when you are Venice!

What conjures up when you think of Venice? A romantic Gondola ride with a man donned in blue and white striped shirt singing to you while you pass under numerous bridges? Apart from living up to its tag of one of the most romantic cities in the world, this beautiful lagoon has so much of a character that you are bound to fall in love with Venice.

Venice is a charming little city which can be easily covered by foot and I personally feel 2-3 days are enough to explore Venice but given the vibe of the city I am sure you would want to stay more. We went in October, an ideal time if you want to give the hordes of tourists a miss! Continue reading “Get Lost”

Paris Beyond Eiffel Tower and Notre Dam

Viva Barcelona

I wanted to go to Barcelona ever since I saw the movie Vicky, Christi and Barcelona. I know it is clichéd but there is no denying that the movie is awesome, the performances impeccable and the direction by the eclectic Woody Allen and all in the backdrop of  beautiful Spain.

So when I had an upcoming business event in Barcelona, I jumped at the opportunity and with visas and tickets in place (Spain Embassy is one of the nicest and quickest, so in case you are applying for Schengen Visa, consider Spain J), I was all set for Barcelona. Unlike my other trips, I hardly had time to do in depth research before, thanks to my crazy work schedule but did manage to read up on my way to Barcelona.

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