Queenstown, New Zealand

Things I did when I was in Queenstown, NZ As of 10th December 2020, I have been to Queenstown thrice; and I still don't plan to stop going there. This is one city which never fails to surprise me, and at the same time, don't make me overwhelmed with surprises. All the three times I... Continue Reading →

Bra Fence, Cardrona

Finally made it to this place! Also… I gifted my old bra to this beautiful fence. 😌 #KindaFeelingProud 😌 #BraFence #BreastCancer #BreastCancerAwareness #BreastCancerFoundation #Cardrona #Queenstown #Bradrona #Travel #NewZealand

Open your cage yourself

Sometimes cages are made of thoughts instead of iron; when you find yourself in a cage, go solo-travelling, and you will realise how little is that thought and how large are your blessings. ✨💫Ignore each thought, action/reaction and each living being which makes you feel little about any of your happy moment or makes you... Continue Reading →

The Lost Chambers Aquarium, Dubai

When I was in Dubai for a month, I wanted to come up with an idea for a day out based indoors that didn’t involve a mall and it was too hot to be outdoors during the day so I decided to visit the Lost Chambers Aquarium in the Atlantis hotel. The regular adult price is... Continue Reading →

Chennakesava Temple, Somanathapura

Somanathapura is a small village on the banks of the river Cauvery in Karnataka, India, which is famous for the Chennakesava Temple (also known as Kesava/Keshava Temple). It is approx 40 km from Mysore and 130 km from Bangalore. It was built by Soma, a commander in 1268 CE under Hoysala Empire King Narasimha III. This gem of a building is the... Continue Reading →

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