Wanderers – Arun Nadar

Meet our wanderer, Arun, a self-confessed petrolhead. An auto journalist at ZigWheels, Arun loves motorcycles & Diecast. A certified foodie, he appreciates good music and exploring new destinations, preferably on two-wheels. 1) What got you hooked to travelling? Ever since I was a kid, I would always look forward to family vacations as it was aContinue reading “Wanderers – Arun Nadar”

How to obtain an International Driving Permit in India

Do you remember how many times you read countless articles on the best roads to drive on in the world and wished you could just sit in a car, throttle its heart out and drive off where ever you wanted to? We all have been there. At least I have, a million times. Road tripsContinue reading “How to obtain an International Driving Permit in India”

These 60 year-olds drove 16,000 km across India in a Tata Hexa!

A couple of years back when I told my husband about my plan of us taking off on a never-ending road trip, he dismissed me as crazy and even after a lot of coaxing from my end he did not concede. Thus my epic plan never took off. Recently I had the privilege to talkContinue reading “These 60 year-olds drove 16,000 km across India in a Tata Hexa!”

Oriental Food Festival at Flavours, Seasons-An Apartment Hotel

If you think Oriental food is only about Chinese cuisine, then you are mistaken. Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, Singaporean, Indonesian and many more cuisines, which are still relatively new to the Indian palate, have a lot of interesting flavours to offer. And here’s your chance to try them all at the ongoing Oriental Food Festival atContinue reading “Oriental Food Festival at Flavours, Seasons-An Apartment Hotel”

Bangkok’s vibrant flower market: A Photo Essay

No amount of days are ever enough for us when we travel. We like to explore the destination at a slow pace even if it results in skipping a few things. ‘We’ll come back’ is our mantra. One thing on my mind though when we travelled to Bangkok was the flower market – Pak KlongContinue reading “Bangkok’s vibrant flower market: A Photo Essay”

Courtyard Marriott Pune Hinjewadi is having a Goan Food Festival and you can’t miss it!

For meat lovers, what can be better than some classic Goan fish and pork being served on the plate by a Goan chef? At the Goan Food Festival, currently underway at The MoMo Café in Courtyard by Marriott Pune, Hinjewadi, you will be treated to the best of delicacies that the state offers. And theContinue reading “Courtyard Marriott Pune Hinjewadi is having a Goan Food Festival and you can’t miss it!”

A First Timer’s Guide to Jaipur

Jaipur is known for its magnificent forts and palaces. With just three days in hand due to a tight work schedule, it was time for a quick history lesson. Jaipur is called the Pink city as the buildings in the old part of the town are all painted in pink. The old world charm isContinue reading “A First Timer’s Guide to Jaipur”

Hotel Review: Novotel Goa Resort & Spa

Goa is no longer the hippies paradise it used to be a couple of years ago. More and more families are seen enjoying the abundant natural beauty and frolicking on its many popular and virgin beaches. A short flight from Pune, I landed at Dabolim Airport in Goa last week. As I exited the terminal,Continue reading “Hotel Review: Novotel Goa Resort & Spa”

Offbeat Maharashtra: Korlai Fort

While randomly surfing the Konkan coast on Google Maps, I came across a little protruded landmass into the sea. Upon zooming in, the area read as Korlai Fort. Intrigued, I googled more about the Fort. Controlled by the Portuguese, it served as a watch tower to the Revdanda creek and the strategically important Chaul Fort.Continue reading “Offbeat Maharashtra: Korlai Fort”

Wanderers – Aditya Lenka

Biker Aditya Lenka has his eyes set on covering all major scenic routes in India. A self confessed Army brat, the states of J&K, Himachal and the Seven Sisters are the only ones pending on his must-ride list. Aditya opens up about his love for travel, road trips and his future travel plans What gotContinue reading “Wanderers – Aditya Lenka”