Is it in-born, is it a quality peculiar to Indians alone? I am looking for answers to these questions but am not sure of the answers… I am still looking for an answer..
Hello guys! Hope you all are doing well… I wanted to share some exciting news with you all. My brother has finally agreed to come on board the Coins N Maps bandwagon!!! #detroitlove #detroit #deroitdiaries #downtowndetroit #detroitgrammers #wearedetroit #detroitriver #renaissancebuilding #caeserspalace #millikenstateparkandharbor #lighthouse #perfectweather #sunshinesthroughtheclouds #iamnikon #nikon #nikond3300 #lonelyharbor #frozendocks #windsorca #detroitmichigan #puremichigan #puredetriot #ilovedetroit … Continue reading “Exciting News!!!”
Hello folks, I know I know it has been quite some time since I posted… Been busy with work and also back to back festivals in October (maybe I must post something on that too!) I wrote this post for a travel startup called TourPlus that lets you hire local tour guides to make your … Continue reading “Travel Tips For South-East Asia Trip”
Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka! Yes, it is the 31st of August and Malaysia is celebrating her 59th Independence Day. As you all know, we are a family of Indian expats living in Malaysia (both East and West) for the past 7+ years, almost 8 actually. Malaysia has become a second home for us, every street and … Continue reading “Malaysia & Us – Malaysian “Culture” We Have Imbibed”
Being vegetarian or vegan was once frowned upon, as a lifestyle choice. By far, the maximum number of vegetarians come from India and it was a huge challenge for us Indians to travel any place outside the country. Travel was the last thing, many people left their lucrative jobs abroad just because they could not … Continue reading “Being Vegetarian/Vegan – A Challenge For The Traveller?”
It is the 377th birthday of the city of Madras, presently Chennai. In the year 1639, the Madras Presidency was born and the city exists to this day, 377 years later. The city has evolved from its conservative nature to a more cosmopolitan one today.
As Indians, we tend to visit a lot of small towns, hill stations during our vacations – visit our cousins or ancestral village or just chill out during the summer in a cooler place – both of us (A and me) lived in cities that have a beautiful shoreline, a few beaches.
Being an Indian expat in Malaysia is a blessing in disguise. Most Indians are a religious lot; we love our temples, our festivals and rituals. We feel lost if we can’t find a temple in the vicinity. And Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur in fact has been that blessing for the Indian expats practicing Hinduism. There are … Continue reading “Spirituality in a vibrant city like Kuala Lumpur”
This is one post that I have been requested for, I don’t know how many times, I lost count. So finally I have decided to put it in writing to help people who are visiting Malaysia. If you have all the time, you can spend it in Malaysia. But if you are the typical tourist with … Continue reading “Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Travel Guide – Activities That Might Interest You”
We travelled quite a bit as family and am continuing this after marriage as well. I must thank my stars for having given a travel loving husband. After the wedding, I moved to a place which is not so very well-known to Indians or the people from the Western world, I am indeed blessed to get … Continue reading “This will be my travelogue”