48 Hours in KL – A weekend guide to Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a brilliant city – a cosmopolitan blend of Malay, Chinese and Indian influence, it blends traditions and culture alongside cutting edge technology. It has vivid banyan trees, iconic minarets, and giant-sized skyscrapers, as well as the traffic to rival many big cities. KL (as it’s fondly called by all locals) is a city of contrasts is busy but so charming, and within just…

The one restaurant you have to eat at in New Delhi: Bukhara

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Growing up in an Indian household, visiting an Indian restaurant was never that exciting to me. I was a fussy eater as a kid and preferred pizza any day. Besides, my mum could make Indian food which was heaps better than any restaurant we would go to. I’d graze a little at whatever the family ordered, reluctantly. The only thing…

Luxury hotels in Delhi: Le Méridien New Delhi

During winter, my to-do list took longer than combining reading War and Peace, watching Pearl Harbour and tackling the queues in Reiss during the Boxing Day sales. I was busy busy busy and the list of things I was meant to get done seemed never ending. Between a full on work schedule, a number of blogger events, a season of birthdays, and trying to fit…

Where to stay in Lombok, Indonesia

            I’ve just come back from a perfect 3 weeks of holidaying in the Indonesian islands of Bali and Lombok. I’m back with a bucketful of very happy memories, a lot of foodie inspiration, and a strong tan! Lombok is still a pretty much tourist-free Island. It’s east of Bali and Lombok is still a pretty much tourist-free Island. It’s…