Visit Belgrade, the capital city of Serbia, for an immersive walk from the country’s turbulent past to its liberated present
Ireland is home to the kind of beauty that instantly makes you a believer. Take a 4-day train journey through the rustic country to forge a deeper connection with yourself and everything around you – people, nature, food, culture, and more
Many love trains but never end up taking them as they’re always in a hurry to reach where they can start their vacation. But, why just get somewhere when you can make the journey as glorious as the destination?
In this age of all things instant, trains give you that perfect opportunity to experience the simple pleasures of going slow which involves taking the time to breathe, unplug and pay attention to the little, simple joys of life that aren’t necessarily the most popular attractions.
The massive Doubtful Sound fjord in New Zealand is where you can enjoy the sound of silence!
How often do you feel that your days and months are passing too quickly? While constantly trying to cope with the hurried pace of city life, you often feel the need to slow down, sense the nature deeply and relax in the present moment. Recently, I got an opportunity to get off the grid in Doubtful Sound – one of New Zealand’s largest fjords in Fiordland – and returned feeling the ancient connection with nature.
Often perceived as the indigent cousin of India, Nepal is far from being one. In fact, it has a wealth of charming villages, incredible mountain scenery, centuries-old pagodas, monastries and temples, interesting museums, backpacker-friendly streets and gorgeous national parks waiting to be explored. And which is probably why it is difficult to pack everything in one trip!
During our recent jaunt to Nepal, my husband and I decide to explore Pokhara at a relaxed pace, thus delving deeper in the traditional mountain life of the lakeside town. Read more
If there’s anything humans have in common, it’s the love of food!
Sushi, sashimi and ramen in Japan, pad thai in Thailand, cheese and chocolates in Switzerland, beer and sausages in Germany, bunny chow in South Africa, handmade pasta and traditional pizza in Italy and the list can go on.