Trip Tap Toe Team Hits The Beach This Summer In Goa

Hey all! I cannot begin to express my excitement as I start writing this blog reminiscing a great long weekend spent together by the Trip Tap Toe team. It had been long since the guys at Trip Tap Toe ( myself included 😉 took a break as a team. So, this summer worked out super […]

Vattakanal – Floating Literally On Cloud Nine!

While most of us cut out traveling during the downpours, monsoon in ‘Vattakanal’, the lesser-known cousin of ‘Kodaikanal'(Kodai) is something to be experienced. 7 Kms. away from the jam-packed town of Kodaikanal, Vattakanal remains absolutely unsullied from commercialization. Hidden in the Palani hill range, surrounded with thick carpets of dense forest- Vattakanal is apt to it’s name […]

Old Delhi Secrets Revealed: Road Sustenance Stories That Will Leave You Transfixed!

In the sprawling mass of Old Delhi – its shrouded mosques, monster entryways and disintegrating chateaus – are a modest bunch of restaurants that have local people and guests returning for more. The most luring voyage of my wander tales has been a day’s stroll on the sustenance road of old Delhi. No other culinary […]

San Andrés – A Story About How I Got Hitched To The Caribbean Paradise

I was thrilled when my husband told me about our relocation to Colombia from Mexico, I could hardly contain my excitement, all the time wondering how cool would it be to set foot on a fourth continent. To tell the truth, I didn’t know ‘Colombia’ & ‘Columbia’ were different places (face palm) :-D. Those who […]

Chiapas- Mexico beyond Cancun (Page 2 )

After visiting the Spanish colonial town ‘San Cristobal’ and riding through the Sumidero Canyon and the colorful lakes on the first couple of days, we decided to slowly travel back in time by taking a good look at the ancient ruins of  the Mayan civilization during our remaining trip. Day 3 The most awaited and my favorite […]

Chiapas – Mexico Beyond Cancun (Page 1)

The moment I entered Mexico I realized that Mexico is much more than tacos , sombreros and cartels. The ‘Real Mexico’  is more enthralling than the Americanized ‘Cancun’. Being a history lover, it was like a dream come true, as I was always fascinated by the pyramids and mythological stories of ancient times. Mexico was […]

Amsterdam Forever: A City That Never Runs Out Of Style!

‘Queen’ a film about self-discovery abroad might have evoked many free-spirited single women to crave a trip to Paris and Amsterdam. Although, this destination is famous with backpackers and singles, we (my husband and I) planned this vacation, on our way back from Mexico to India. As our transit was via Ams, we just got […]

A Himalayan Trek To Bhrigu Lake: Day 3

If you have been catching up with my travel tale off late, you must be anticipating Day 3 by now as much as I was. Those of you who have no clue how did I end up here, you may follow up the Day 1 trail here. Anyways, we knew our rendezvous with the lake would […]

A Himalayan Trek To Bhrigu Lake: Day 1

Many of us have dreamt to be standing in the midst of the Himalayas at least once in our life. Even thinking about hiking on the majestic Mountains is fascinating on its own. Sleeping in tents, sleeping bags, waking up to witness the sublime mountains right in front of you, managing all your stuff personally […]

Travel Solo To Just Be, Let The Purpose Find you

As far as I can remember, I have always been travelling. Coming from an Armed Forces background, I changed thirteen schools in eleven cities and hop skipped places across the country – My first so called ‘initiation’ into the world of travel and I enjoyed every bit of it – seeing new places, meeting new […]

A Day In The Mughal Era- The Taj Mahal Visit

The four of us used to sit in the canteen after our working hours, so in the midst of our daily chit chats, one thing led to another and we ended up planning an unscheduled visit to the Mughal Era, to see the majestic Taj. We started from Delhi, even though our train was rescheduled […]

The Unknown Hero Of The Spiti Valley

“Bhaishaab” (brother), a voice called out with a pair of hands behind me asking for a hand shake. As I turned, I saw a man bending to greet me with a smile on his face. Though, the face wasn’t clearly visible in that poor light emitting from the bulb fighting all the way to light […]

Prashar Lake: A Himalayan Trek To 180 Degree View Of 3 Mountain Ranges

When you are lucky enough and blessed with the mighty mountains, then you have friends who are always ready to accompany you in your travelling plans, doesn’t matter how unplanned your trips are, those friends are always up for travelling. One of those lucky ones with a bunch of travel freaks by my side. So, […]

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