Travel

Top 3 Places to Travel Solo

Beautiful places to travel alone

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More Than Pizza!

Originally from Pune, Nivedita Poonekar now lives and works for Bacardi India

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Wine, Dine and Shine!

When your partner loves good wine, great food and holiday destinations where

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Bali… and Beyond!

Bali is a fascinating island that lies within an exotic Indonesian archipelago of more than 17,000 islands. Shrouded in spirituality, it’s famous for its active volcanoes, monkey jungles, and mystical temples. Shoba Rani, who travelled to Bali along with her sister Rani and friends Usha, Nirmala, and Vijaya, takes us through her getaway to Bali and the highlights of Indonesia.

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Coasts, Hills and Cliffs!

“On New Year Eve we settled in a café, lit with candles, playing live music, slightly tipsy in the salty ocean air. We had the first magical date 
of 2018.”

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UK -Shop and Play!

Aamna Salman is a vivacious dentist and freelance makeup artist from Hyderabad who loves travelling. “Travelling helps me with new ideas and widens my horizon a great deal. I enjoy meeting new people and am constantly looking to sharpen my skills, so I take every opportunity I come across,” she shares. Her most recent trip was to London, Manchester, Stoke-on-Trent, and Birmingham over the span of 12 days. In London, she attended a Masterclass given by one of Hollywood’s top most makeup artists, Mario. She travelled with her mother, Roshina Salman, whom she considers the absolute best company.

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Blossoms Blooming!

Shama Sikander is an Indian actor who has appeared in television serials and

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What are the do's and don'ts' when you are in Barbados?

Here are the do’s and don’t’s on a Barbados holiday
 

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Rich Culture and Good Vibes

Smita Joseph works for a software company from Hyderabad, and recently went on an official trip to Jaipur. But she stayed back after to explore the city, and travelled to Pushkar as well. Smita loves to travel, both solo and with her close friends and family. “It makes me more aware of the different kinds of people that come from different backgrounds and have diverse upbringings, which results in a different mindset than mine,” she says, “as my job requires quite a bit of interaction with people, this helps me to put into perspective where they might be coming from, and be more efficient in fulfilling my responsibilities. It is also an escape from the din of the city and a break from routine that I need every few months to rejuvenate.” Naturally, the 
week-long trip to Rajasthan was an opportunity that this travel enthusiast simply could not let slide. 
 

 “It was amazing to see that a tiny place like Pushkar has so much to explore and offer in terms of stores, food, the lake, and learning experiences. That’s what made me fall in love with the little town.”

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