If Budapest was a person, I would describe it as man, lean and fit, who likes his scotch and coffee, regal in stature. He walks a lot, moves a lot, is always going from one place to another. But neither fast, nor slow. Just in the measures pace that makes you take notice of him. In parts flashy, not is a ostentatious way. And in parts an introvert – not in an under-confident manner, just like a man who does not want to attract much attention but cannot help but be different.
An oasis of peace in the otherwise unstable region of Middle East, Jordan is one flight away from New Delhi, India and very well connected with Dubai, that connects the rest of the world. A visa-on-arrival destination for Indians, getting in and around is smoother than you imagine. Get some bragging rights with having visited […]
While there are countless travel guides, not many cover what you feel when you are travelling to a place. Our perspectives vary depending on our culture, upbringing, individual choices and personalities. A Small Town Girl in – The Travelogue Series is about this missing, yet an important aspect of travel. If the place were a person, […]