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Homestay Review: ByneKaadu in Kalasa, Chikmagalur

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Review of the homestay

When friends / a large family decide to go for a quick getaway, the kind of property that gets searched on Google are usually different from when people travel as couples. You know, suddenly you want to check out homestays that are eco-friendly, okay with loud noises and be surrounded

Svatma Heritage, Thanjavur – Hotel Review

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Best property in Tanjore

Thanjavur or Tanjore (as the British called it) has been on our bucket list for long. Across time, whenever we passed by Trichy, Madurai or even Salem, the thought always crossed our mind that we take a detour to Thanjavur on our way back to Chennai. Never did that across

Hotel Review: Shahpura House, Jaipur

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Inside Shahpura in Jaipur

I'm glad that my husband and I have started exploring luxury hotels off-late. When I say luxury hotels, let's not immediately draw heavy numbers that will be shooting our pockets down. When we plan in advance (that's what we do in most cases), you can be sure of finding some

Hotel Review: Silversand Beach Resort, Havelock

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Sunrise from Silversand Beach Resort

It is no surprise that Havelock is the most popular island in Andamans as it offers some of the most beautiful sunrise and sunsets that etch in your memory forever. Talk about Radhanagar Beach, my favourite Kalapathar Beach or the Elephant Beach, this island is sure to make you fall

Hotel Review: Silver Sand Beach Resort, Neil Island

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Neil Island place to stay

One of the lesser visited islands in Andaman, Neil Island is a place where one can truly shut themselves off from the outside world. This island offers three beautiful beaches - Bharatpur, Laxmanpur and Sitapur Beach. There is also a natural bridge formation that one can visit when in Neil

Hotel Review: The Windflower Resorts and Spa, Pondicherry

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The Windflower, Pondicherry

Usually, people associate backpacking with budget travel, and that is a big misconception. Carrying a backpack (only) and lesser clothes doesn't mean you can't stay in luxury :) Narayanan and I are the kind of travellers who love to experience everything, right from hostels to luxurious resorts across the world.

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