Travelling somewhere new always brings with it a lot of excitement and curiosity doesn't it? The rush that planning an exotic trip gives you can be compared to how one feels when they are truly excited but do not know what to expect from an unpredictable experience. This is what I was feeling before our… Continue reading The Nagaland experience with Chalohoppo
Baby A and I outside Ta Prohm temple, Seim Reap A very deep rooted feeling that also stems from social conditioning is the fear of doing something by yourself. Let's accept that we are social creatures and need people around us from the time we pop out of the womb until the day we die.… Continue reading How I faced my fears while travelling solo with baby – and how you can do it too!
When you are travelling with a kid, you have to take care of the child’s comfort while planning the journey so they don’t give up on you even before the trip begins!
I truly believe that to experience a place, one must live like locals, preferably with locals. Throughout our travels across the World, we have lived in hostels and BnB's and have deeply enjoyed the experience of immersing ourselves in local culture. The best part about staying at local places rather than checking into a hotel… Continue reading The Naga Homestay experience – Abode in the Mountains
We stayed for a night at The Hammock Resort, Wokha. We were hosted by a tour operator from the NorthEast called The Greener Pastures. The Hammock Resort, Wokha The resort is a cozy stopover on the way to Mokokchung. Located on NH-2, New Wokha at a distance of around 3kms from Wokha town. It is… Continue reading Our stay at The Hammock – Wokha
I have been putting off writing this blog since I came back from a memorable trip to the pristine state last month. This is because I usually like to come back from trips, gather all my memories - mental and digital (ofcourse), go through the moments and then write about my experiences. This helps me… Continue reading Nagaland (Wokha and Mokokchung) with kids: The Perfect Travel Guide
A Travel Column on Indian Express|Express ParentingSo this happened after I was featured on Express Parenting a few months ago. If you have not yet read the interview, you can read it here. Since the last couple of months, I have been writing a travel column for the Indian Express. This column on Express Parenting addresses… Continue reading Travel Column