I’ve said this once and I’ll say it again – India is beautiful, diverse and daymmm right extraordinary.
I have now travelled to India three times (for around 4 months in total) focusing on both the North (Delhi, Rishikesh and Rajasthan) and the South and, after much contemplation, have decided that the North tops it on the wow factor.
As you will probably already know, whilst travelling, I am always very keen to get off the beaten track and experience and discover areas a little bit different. So, when Nirav over at ZaraHutke sent me his infographic with over 55 weekend getaways from Mumbai (most of the places being areas I had never heard of!), I had to share it with you all.
If you’re planning a trip to Mumbai or, are already living it up in this eccentric city, be sure you take some time out from the big lights to explore the path still untrodden near by…
Whilst travelling around New Zealand, I have been asked on more occasions than I can remember – how was travelling around India as a girl on your own? Did you feel safe?
My answer? One million times, YES.
A dosa is a huge savoury pancake filled with everything from potato, ghee and masala spices to beetroot, carrot and grated coconut and are most commonly eaten in India for breakfast.
Although they look a lot like pancakes, they are made using completely different ingredients and using a completely different method.
Follow these easy steps to make your own delicious dosas at home.
Although money is something, which you never want to have to think about when it comes to travelling, unfortunately, it plays a vital role in deciding where you can travel to and what you can to do when you get there.
India is known for being an extremely cheap place to travel, which it definitely is! However, as soon as you head closer to the touristy areas (especially in the South) you will notice the prices of food, drink and accommodation shoot up.
To my dearest friends, family and fellow culture cravers,
I AM OFFICIALLY IN NEW ZEALAND.
After an 18 hour train journey from Trivandrum to Chennai and a day chilling in my hotel room blogging and watching films with the BIGGEST (and my last *sob*) take-away Indian meal, I hopped on the last leg of my journey to Auckland.
After doing a great cooking class at Bohemian Masala, a restaurant and Eco and Wellness Resort in Varkala (their huts are the CUTEST – see pics below), I decided that I had to share the recipes I learnt with you all.