Art in Hoi An: The budget bargains

Everyone loves some good art - some like it classic and monochrome while others like me, well I love kitsch and colours and all things bright and beautiful! My home has never been monochrome, its filled with colours for they speak to me! So for a person like me, discovering Hoi An was like someone... Continue Reading →

People Watching in Old Town, Hoi An

Every holiday has a lingering memory, an image frozen in the mind's eye - thinking of which always evokes warmth and joy. What was the most fun activity I did in Hoi An? People watching, of course! August is the last month of peak domestic season in this ancient trading port - the resorts were... Continue Reading →

Ever spotted a tiger in Corbett?

Have you?  I didn't. Not sure if it is a totally disinterested set of safari guys who were responsible or the thick dense jungles. The tiger stayed elusive. All we managed to catch as our Gypsy rattled and tumbled over the jungle paths was this: Our guides said its about two days old. So I... Continue Reading →

Busting the ‘Nothing to do in Oslo’ myth

Travelling means different things often. Some travel for a holiday, others like us to discover the world. What is the difference you wonder? Well, travelling for a holiday often means a lovely relaxed break at a luxurious spa or resort in a scenic location. Travelling to discover the world? Well, that means lugging backpacks, hunting... Continue Reading →

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