What you know! We went dancing with the wind.
I am back with our Jaisalmer trip. This was the day we reached Jaisalmer and we decided to explore the fort and a little bit of the market. As there was lot of walking involved so we kept our ensemble for that day very comfy and minimal.
This post is just about the essence of Jaisalmer and some things that caught our eye and we captured it to be with us forever. It’s interesting to see colors set on a subdued pallete.
Finally, I could finish this post before the ST+ART Festival is over. It’s truly fantastic that something like this is finally happening in India. And street art gets some recognition here in our land.
It is established that Kasauli is very pleasing. Now at this point I’m just using different synonyms to describe it! Anyways, so it is pleasing and if you just explore it a bit, you may find many offbeat beautiful spots perfect for pictures or just staring it for a while!
There is no other way better than travelling to end a year! This time we raided Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh. This was a very sudden plan and as the saying goes best plans are made spontaneously!
One of those days you stumble upon somethings that leave you excited. And it happens so many times when you are surfing on internet. You come across so many great websites that you love instantly. This happened with us recently. While surfing on internet I found this amazing travel website called thebackpackerco.com.
Delhi is connected to so many beautiful places for weekend splurges. And we never loose any opportunity to visit such places. One of the most exquisite place, really very close to Delhi is Neemrana. We were there for zipping only and we regretted not booking a room there. Anyways, zipping at Neemrana is another experience altogether.
As the tittle suggests, this post is about the men’s footwear brand Alberto Toressi. We had an opportunity to visit the factory in Agra and witness the whole process of shoe making with our own eye.
Eid Mubarak to all our lovely readers! I know I am little late on my wishes, but better late than never.
With all the Eid festivities going around my house we decided to do an Ethnic wear post. Neither I nor Avi are very fond of Indian wear attire. But sometimes you have to mold yourself and just take in all the culture that you can. But of course with a twist!