Vacation Options For Women

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Being a woman is a full time task! Women are strong,courageous, hard-working, kind, fearless, caring…all rolled into one. They deserve pampering and an ideal getaway from the hustle-bustle and the men of their life. So I suggest you take that over-due, much needed break with your group of girls or simply with your own-self and take off.

 I has taken the liberty of listing a variety of places from across the globe that can be your perfect escape. Hop on Ladies!

  • Paris, Italy

Paris is a city famous for its art, culture, food, wine and fashion market. It’s a city custom made for us girls. Wine and dine at the local cafes, explore the famous squires and streets, and get your portraits done by the street artists. Shop till your drop! And the best part of the city- handsome Italian men provide the best eye-candy.😉p.jpg

  • Las Vegas, USA

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Make Him Say Yes To You

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This is simply brilliant! You can have your recent crush ask you out on a date and make him say yes to you. It’s not rocket science- it’s actually the small things that counts. Gone are the days where men held the brakes and  the power to initiate a relationship. It’s time for you to set the trap! 😉


  1. Laugh with him

Boys love it when girls laugh at their jokes and find them funny. Tell him he is hilarious and watch his ego boost. But make sure that you laugh with him and never on him, even as a joke.

  1. Listen to him

It is essential for any relationship to be a confidant to the other. Be his leaning ear. Let him talk his heart out to you and feel connected.

  1. Turn group plans into dates

If you are handing out in the same group and you don’t know…

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How to mend your strained friendship?

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The last F of BFF doesn’t always mean forever. Bummer! We all have a friend that we lost along the way. It’s time to take a step forward in mending these broken relations and starting afresh.


 Let the dust settle first

If the argument was quite recent, allow some time for the psychological wounds to heal. If you do anything now, you might cause more harm than good.

Purge your frustrations

Sometimes you’ll feel the need to vent out and validate your hurt feelings and that’s okay. It’s not healthy to hold your feelings in and pretend that you’re okay, so vent away.

But at the same time, don’t badmouth your friend to anyone. Instead, limit your tribe to just one person whom you can confide in and trust.

Give your ego a break

An ego may have good and bad parts, but one thing’s for certain:

When attempting reconciliation, both…

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5 Things You Must Throw Away From Your Wardrobe

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Do you ever find yourself staring at your wardrobe overflowing with clothes and still feeling like you’ve got absolutely nothing to wear? Here’s the truth:- You don’t need more clothes, you need less! Your wardrobe should reflect the classy, independent woman that you are! It’s time to declutter your life as well as your closet girls. Here are a few things to throw away from your wardrobe to help you take control of your style as well as your life. 



If it’s too tight or too short, why keep it around? If a piece of clothing can’t be tailored and doesn’t fit you anymore, clear it out and make room for something that fits just right.


Damaged or stained clothes present a special challenge for many people. If we love the item, we tell ourselves we’ll repair that rip…

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Incredible India

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India pulsates with the most colorful, diversified, engaging and spiritual life. One cannot just simply describe this magnificent country in one small paragraph. India, it is often said, is not a country, but a continent. Stretching from the snow dusted peaks of the northern mountains to the sultry sun-washed beaches of the southern coast, the country has abundance of spectacular natural beauties.The moment I think I have discovered the most breath-taking place to be seen in India, I stumble upon yet another wonder. They say- a picture says a thousand words. So, here is merely one picture each from each state. And mind you, there are many divisions in each state and more than one awesome places to visit in each division…so just do the math. Here we go:

  • Andhra Pradesh


Andhra Pradesh is an illustration of the diverse styles of temple building in the Indian subcontinent. The Chalukyan, Dravidian…

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The Hanging Train

This is awesome.


I feel like Sheldon Cooper while writing this blog, a total nerd who is crazy about trains like a five year old, but I had to talk about the ” Hanging Train”.

I am not kidding! In Germany, the Wuppertal Suspension Railway is the oldest electric elevated railway with hanging cars in the world and is such a unique system.It leaves me in awe of it.


The crazy thing is it’s not some new modern technology. It was designed in between 1897 and 1903 and the first track was opened in 1901.

Given its long history,it might come as a surprise to learn that there only have been a few accidents involving Schwebebahn and no fatal ones untill 1999 when Coach no. 4 derailed because of parts left on the track after repair work.

One bizarre accident deserves special mention. In 1950, the local circus decided to let Tuffi, one…

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Your own Fairytale

Follow your dreams in real life.


My younger sisters are a huge fan of disney and all things fantasy. The other day, they demanded that I draw a list of places that looks as if they are straight out of a fantasy or a dreamworld, so that we can add the list to our bucket list. I thought there are others who would love to have a look at this list too. So, here you go!

Located near the town of Füssen and about 1.5 hours away from Munich by car,Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the most spectacular castles in Germany if not in the entire world.
This castle has inspired Disney’s Sleeping Beauty and you can tell why, especially looking at the second picture.

The city of Chittaurgarh (Chittor) is located on the banks of river Gambhiri and Berach, in western India.

Göreme, located among rock formations known as “fairy chimney”, is a…

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Backpacking in India

India, a land of diversified culture.


India offers quite a lot of places for solo travelers and backpackers. I will be limiting the places to a few offbeat locations and will not be including ‘tourist hotspots’ like Shimla, Nainital, Ooty, Darjeeling, Jaipur etc; but mostly places where you can travel solo, meet a lot of fellow backpackers / solo travelers, experience something different and have great fun.

Of course these are limited by my travel and knowledge of these places, I am sure there are a lot more which I am not aware of and are even better than the places I have suggested.

North India :

1. McLeodganj & Trek to Triund Peak, Himachal Pradesh


An amazing trek, starts at McLeodganj which is the current residence of Dalai Lama, the trek is 8-10 kms but offers amazing view of the Dhauladhar Ranges  of the Himalayas. You can stay overnight in a tent or in the…

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Netherlands! Did you know?

A dutch heaven.



They speak Dutch – not German. And, yes, you can call their country Holland – even though it’s officially the name of a province.

Amsterdam is not a country – It’s the capital city of the Netherlands.

The Netherlands is not a city in Amsterdam – it’s the other way around.

They smoke marijuana– but they don’t do it as much as you think nor do they make a big deal out of it. But you’re right: it’s (sorta) legal.

Prostitutes are legal and easily found – but you’ll find more on any given street corner in Bangkok.

In their professional life they expect to receive at least 25 paid holidays a year. And if you want to make them work overtime you better have a damn good reason for it.

They travel in caravans – France is their No.1 family destination.

You often find them abroad – they…

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Two Sides of a Coin

Check them both.



The biggest shock came to me when traveling abroad is the misconception I had about foreigners and their attitude. I always thought them to be self-observed and too practical. I had categorized them as people who live in their own world and are only concerned about people close to them. I couldn’t have been more wrong.

The biggest and an instant shock to me was how considerate and helpful these people are. Their lifestyle is inspiring and I am in awe of it.

Below are some very common instances to prove the same.

A car stopped 10 meters before me, the driver smiled, waved at me and asked me to cross the road. How wonderful is that?

When i asked for directions at a metro station and was not able to understand properly due to his accent, the guy came out of the station, and showed me patiently on where…

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