When Travel is Not Your Cup of Tea

It is Saturday morning. You have a cup of steaming chai in one hand, and your phone in the other. You’re on Instagram, and as you scroll through your feed, an image posted by some friends – a couple you hang out with, maybe – catches your eye – a woman standing gracefully on one leg,…

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Postcards From A Goan Affair

sossegado (Portuguese) /sose’ɡadʊ/ adjective calm, quiet, tranquil. सुसेगाद (susegād) noun A relaxed, carefree attitude associated with the Indian state of Goa.

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6 Lessons That Travel Teaches Us

If I were asked a few years ago why I like to travel, my response would most definitely have been – “To have fun.” “I’m bored, I need change”. Sure, the thrill of hopping onto a train and journeying to a new destination to escape the mundane is gratifying. However, as the years rolled by,…

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How a Weekend in Idukki Changed Us

They say that Nature is the greatest teacher, her immense patience visible in the time a fruit seed takes to sprout, her might manifested in the sheer height of oak trees, her kindness displayed in the sweet familial chirps from a sparrow’s nest, her mirth and beauty visible in the playful flutter of a butterfly’s…

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I gave up a lucrative side hustle – here’s why

I’ve always had a not-very-uncommon outlook at life. Growing up, I’ve always wanted to be fiercely independent, paying my own bills, repairing my own TV, fixing my own mess and the like. I’ve always wanted to be the best in any room – the smartest, the funniest, and the one who everyone would want to talk to.…

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