A webinar and Q&A for women who want to travel in India with tips, advice, resources, personal experiences and a much-need reality check.
Food, festivals, films: My top recommendations for enjoying a taste of India in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal, Canada.
These are my top hotels, guest houses, flats, hostels and services for finding the perfect accommodation in Delhi, India for women, solo, travellers.
Visas, insurance, food, snow and more: A resource for everything you need to visit Canada from India, including the Super Visa for parents and grandparents.
This post is about 2 magical words: Indian food. A comprehensive guide to favourite dishes, street food, sweets and restaurants in Delhi, India.
India’s PM Narendra Modi visited Toronto and announced that Canadians are now eligible for e-Tourist Visa to India and 10 year tourist Visa.
If you want to make money as a travel blogger, read this: It’s a comprehensive guide to everything you need to know and the best resources on the internet.
I’m back in India for the seventh time, and travelling from Ladakh at the top to Kerala at the bottom. Here’s what’s new, what’s changed, what I’ve noticed.
Over the past 9 years, I’ve learned a lot about getting ready for a long trip. These are some of my top tips for luggage, shoes, packing, medicines, etc.
How to write about your travels in foreign lands without putting your foot in it. Pro tips for avoiding cliches, stereotypes & offending locals.
I couldn’t imagine a hotel made of ice and snow, which is why I went to the Ice Hotel in Quebec, Canada. What I discovered was beyond my imagination.
British traveller Clare shares her first impressions of India and how the country both confounded, and far exceeded, her expectations.