Fort Kochi has lots to offer including Chinese fishing nets, art cafes, jewish synagogue, shopping streets and charming hotels. You can swim in your hotel pool, sight-see, shop and eat your heart out! That’s why Fort Kochi is a great choice for a holiday destination.
There’s no doubt that Goa is the top destination of every person looking for a break. While the beaches are the obvious choice of go-to place, there is much more to Goa. If you want to explore the history and the cultural aspects of this place, I’ve got a list of the most Instagrammable spots in Goa!!
Gokarna is a tiny temple town on the coast of Karnataka in India. It’s a popular destination among youth due to it’s beaches. Gokarna beaches and treks are a highlight for those looking for adventure and relaxation at the same time.
Amboli ghat is a hill station in southern Maharashtra. It’s located at a distance of 111 km from the Dabolim Airport in Goa. Although the Amboli ghat is known for it’s waterfalls, it has a bunch of pesky waterfalls, sunset points and viewpoints that give a panoramic view of the stunning ghats.
The Panjim food scene is quite interesting. From Asian to Continental, Goan and Indian, restaurants catering to a wide variety to tastes can be found. After having had meals in a bunch of Panaji restaurants and cafes, here’s my list of the one’s that’l never let you down.
If you’ve read my previous posts, you will know all about my love for South Goa and the South Goa beaches. From the empty beaches to colorful shacks and cafes nested in forests – there’s nothing to not love. This post is a guide to the South Goa beaches and all the wonderful eateries out there.
The brightly colored walls of Pondicherry deserve outfits that do justice to the pictures clicked against these walls. Pink bougainvillea flowers and cheerful houses is what comes to mind when I think of Pondicherry. That’s why I put together some casual, airy and bright outfits for my trip to Pondi.