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5 things I discovered on my first trip on my own across South India

  1. I discovered that I was a ‘backpacker’, I of course knew the word before, but I didn’t realize I was one, till a fellow traveler in Kochi pointed out that I was a backpacker, perhaps even a hippie (not sure how I feel about that though).
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10 Tips for women couchsurfers travelling solo across South India

When I travel, I don’t always think of myself as ‘solo’ or ‘female’. I am not a ‘special type’ of traveler because all travelers are unique in their own way and face their own challenges, and being solo or being female has some advantages too. 794 more words


Couchsurfing in India as a solo Indian woman traveler

Couchsurfing.com is a networking website that allows travelers to find ‘hosts’ who are willing to let them stay for a few nights for free in their homes. 1,229 more words


Being a Bridesmaid - Day 2 (Wedding)

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This was a day we all waited for and as we all know I love dressing up no matter what .The wedding happened on 26th January . 310 more words

My Fashion Mantra

The Mad Crab of Fort Kochi

One sunny morning, I was strolling along the waterfront in Fort Kochi, with colorful kiosks catering to tourists on my left and the (not so clean) beach on my right. 281 more words



One day we went for an excursion to Dakshinachitra, a small picturesque tourist village outside Chennai. They had built replication of typical houses from the different South Indian provinces. 174 more words


Hampi | South India

“A few special pictures are like loved ones, and we know their faces by heart. they move us – into joy and perhaps into sorrow. they take us by the hand and often by the soul. 376 more words