Themis MudHouse – An Ideal Weekend Getaways | Resorts near Delhi


Travel – the origin of the word lost in history, some articles trace it to travail – Old French for “work, labor, toil, suffering or painful effort”. Anthony Bourdain famously said  “Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay. The journey changes you; it should change […]

Phobjikha Valley – Part III


This has been quite a long series, like the days I spent in the Bhutan valley. I’ll wrap up the Phobjikha valley pictures in this last post. The valley is so beautiful, that I can’t stop from sharing all the pictures of the stunning valley.  The women in this picture were ramming the mud while […]

My Traveling Jacket


Many of you who read my blog or follow me on Instagram here and here must have noticed a green hooded jacket that I frequently travel in. It has been my “sisterhood of traveling pants” without the sharing part. There are so many memories attached to this materialistic happiness of mine.  I don’t remember for sure but […]

Travel to Gangtey Valley in Bhutan


Punakha, Thimpu, and Paro are the most visited places in Bhutan, they make up for the maximum tourists in Bhutan. Having spent a few days in Thimpu and Punakha, it was time we explore the countryside of the druk land and I personally prefer traveling to the more remote places that are not thronged by holidaymakers. […]

Punakha in Bhutan


Moving through Bhutan, I realized the further we trudged and delved deeper into Bhutan, the more it lived up to its status of being a mythic and mystical land, untouched by modernity. Punakha was no different and it was beyond beautiful as what was expected.  Punakha houses the most beautiful dzong in Bhutan. It is […]

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