"Here was a hotel to rival the best in the world, built by an Indian - designed by an Indian architect, too - and run by an Indian." - R.M Lala, Beyond The Last Blue Mountain One thing that happens as you grow up is that the time that you spend with family unconsciously reduces … Continue reading The Gateway Hotel, Nashik (Taj Hotels): Of The Old And The New
#FBAICheckIn: Take A Break And Connect With Yourself At Aamby Valley City This Monsoon
“Now more than ever do I realise that I will never be content with a sedentary life, that I will always be haunted by thoughts of a sun-drenched elsewhere.” ― Isabelle Eberhardt It had been more than two years since I started working full-time and with that followed the usual monotonous sedentary lifestyle. The … Continue reading #FBAICheckIn: Take A Break And Connect With Yourself At Aamby Valley City This Monsoon
Imagical Summers With The #VIPExperience at Novotel Imagica!
Ever so often we all need a break, preferably one of those long, restful ones whose memories linger in our minds long after it’s over. Given our fast-paced lives, however, one has to be satisfied with a short but rejuvenating break and that’s exactly what we, at Delectable Reveries, got this weekend, as part of … Continue reading Imagical Summers With The #VIPExperience at Novotel Imagica!
The Foodies Take Over New York!
Although I live in London, the rest of my family which includes my parents and sister as well as some of my cousins and aunts and uncles live in America. My parents stay in New Jersey and my sister is currently in transit to Brooklyn where she is due to start living her big city … Continue reading The Foodies Take Over New York!
Kandaghat: The Hills Are Calling, Are You Listening?
Imagine waking up in the morning to steaming cuppa coffee, at a place surrounded by lush green hills, chirping birds and a nip in the air. Wouldn’t it be an ideal set-up for all of us who’re craving for simplicity in the hectic urban lives that we lead? You know you deserve a break like … Continue reading Kandaghat: The Hills Are Calling, Are You Listening?