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Review: Ibis Jaipur Civil Lines – a perfect choice for the new age traveller

If the Pink city aka Jaipur is on your mind, think no further than the trendy, newly relaunched Ibis Jaipur located near the Civil lines metro station.  Situated in the centre of the city, in close proximity to the railway station, tourist attractions as well as shopping bazaars, Ibis Jaipur Civil lines is an ideal… Continue reading Review: Ibis Jaipur Civil Lines – a perfect choice for the new age traveller

Andhra Pradesh & Telengana · Reviews · Travel

Review: Novotel Vijayawada Varun – your gateway to Vijayawada and beyond

While the city of Vijayawada may not be synonymous with the conventional idea of a vacation or taking a break, this bustling city on the banks of the river Krishna actually packs a punch when it comes to unique experiences spanning history, culture, craft and tradition.  And when scouting for places to stay in the… Continue reading Review: Novotel Vijayawada Varun – your gateway to Vijayawada and beyond

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Review: Stories – The Brew Chapter, the new green microbrewery in town

When I received an invite to Stories -The Brew Chapter (STBC), the newly opened microbrewery in BTM layout, the teetotaller in me wondered whether I should accept the invite or not.  But, when I read that it was the “green”est brewery” in namma city housing a whopping 40,000 different plants, I had to go.  And true… Continue reading Review: Stories – The Brew Chapter, the new green microbrewery in town

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Review: Heritage Resort Hampi – of experiences close to nature

The ancient village of Hampi which is a UNESCO world heritage site, about 350 km from Bangalore is arguably one of the most popular getaways from the city.  Often called the world’s largest open air museum, Hampi offers unique experiences in art, architecture, history and culture quite like none other.  And, if you are looking… Continue reading Review: Heritage Resort Hampi – of experiences close to nature

Reviews · Travel

Abor Country River camp, Pasighat: nature at your doorstep

If you are game for a ‘date’ with wilderness and look forward to spending a few days literally in the lap of nature, Abor Country River camp in Pasighat must be on your list.  Located in the fascinating state of Arunachal Pradesh and just under 300 km from Itangar, Abor Country River camp is a unique offering… Continue reading Abor Country River camp, Pasighat: nature at your doorstep

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Review: Underarm Colour Correction Serum from Dot and Key Skincare

As mentioned in my previous post, Dot and Key is a skincare brand that manufactures products made from natural ingredients that are totally cruelty free and vegetarian friendly.  With no harmful chemicals, the products are gentle on the skin and are highly effective for they are filled with the goodness of natural botanicals. Known for… Continue reading Review: Underarm Colour Correction Serum from Dot and Key Skincare

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Review: Skin Essentials Night Serum by Dot and Key Skincare

In a world ridden by pollution and contamination, there is no denying the fact that the words like ‘organic’, ‘chemical free’ and ‘ecofriendly’ have become buzzwords.   There is an increased focus and a need for products that are natural and healthy, be it food or cosmetics.  Being a strong advocate of ecofriendly products, I was… Continue reading Review: Skin Essentials Night Serum by Dot and Key Skincare

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Review: Cold pressed olive and coconut oil from the house of One Life India

Organic food, cold pressed oils, millets etc have become buzzwords in today’s times and are being seen as the answer for various lifestyle conditions  affecting a large part of the population today.  In the current age where multitasking and hectic schedules are the order of the day, the importance of eating right and excercising regularly… Continue reading Review: Cold pressed olive and coconut oil from the house of One Life India

Food · Reviews

Awadhi Food Fest, J W Marriott: a celebration of royal flavours and a rich legacy

A unique style of cooking that is native to the city of Nawabs aka Lucknow, Awadhi cuisine is often associated with royalty and a certain sense of grandeur and opulence. This is mainly due to the fact that it traces its roots to the Nawabs of Awadh who were originally from Persia. Being connoisseurs of… Continue reading Awadhi Food Fest, J W Marriott: a celebration of royal flavours and a rich legacy

Decor · Reviews

TUNI tales: handcrafted and sustainable textiles for your home

If you are a lover of all things native yet chic and are a believer of sustainability in home decor, TUNI tales is a brand you must explore.  A home fashion brand that manufactures a wide range of home linen with a focus on sustainability, TUNI tales is physically based in Hyderabad. TUNI which is an… Continue reading TUNI tales: handcrafted and sustainable textiles for your home