NYC: Women’s Travel Fest March 8, 2014

Women’s Travel Fest 2014 The Women’s Travel Fest is a one-day event on International Women’s Day March 8, 2014 that will inspire you to take on the world and find more meaning in your travels. Been thinking about traveling but feel intimidated? Want to get passionate about finding your place in the world? Hoping to … Continued

Sitamarhi, India: Faith Rules The Town

Ramayana- the Hindu epic presents the story of God Ram and Goddess Sita, who survive through several odds, win over the evil and spread the good. The journey to the birthplace of Goddess Sita was adventurous. The Air India flight landed safe on Bihar’s capital Patna at 1 PM and we had to travel another … Continued

Vienna is ready for Santa to come

Vienna is home to the world’s oldest Christmas market. In 1294 it started off as the “December market” and over the years it has morphed into what you can enjoy now in Austria’s capital city. Christmas Markets all over Europe have some characteristics which define them: they are usually held during Advent; first Advent Sunday … Continued

Dubai: The future of tourism

Artificial man-made islands, which when seen from space, forms the shape of the world. The tallest building ever built, topping out at over half a mile high with the world’s largest mall. The world’s tallest hotel and only self acclaimed 7 star hotel built on it’s own island. Where can you find this all these … Continued

HuffPost: Do You Love Your Money?

While reading Money: A Love Story by Kate Northrup, I really thought about my relationship to my finances. I did not think my money needed love or attention but she says it is time to take “responsibility for our money, our stories and our lives.” Although I have always felt in charge of my working life, I … Continued

Yubeng Villages, Meili XueShan OR How to Avoid Spending a National Holiday with a Billion Chinese

In the absence of a proper access road to upper and lower Yubeng villages, a capturing charm resonates in the valleys where they reside. At the foot of the year round snowcapped Meili mountains, a forested valley houses several traditional Tibetan dwellings. These days almost every house functions as a humble, though character full, guest … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel