Have you ever dawdled on the perimeter of a pool to get to the other side? No? Just me then? An easy weapon for someone who wants to kill me and make it look like an accidental drowning: I don’t know how to swim. But, I love pools! Even more if there’s a private pool…
People have started taking road trips, but it’s too risky right now. Here’s why you should postpone your travel for at least a few more weeks.
This World Environment Day, we need to realise how important it is to be conscious of how we are travelling and what we’re leaving behind. Change the way you travel with these ideas!
For those who are stranded in other countries, the government has started ‘Mission Vande Matram’. Repatriation flights and ships from India have started this week and it will be the biggest evacuation the country has ever undertaken.
While we are making dalgona coffee, airlines are taking rescue flights and hotels have opened their doors to healthcare workers. This is all that’s going on in the travel world in the time of coronavirus.
There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that the travel industry will revive after the Coronavirus pandemic. It may take some months for things to become normal (or the new normal), but the industry is resilient and has seen many crises and found its way back. But the question is, will it be the same?
Whenever you feel the urge to see the world, log on to these websites and go on virtual tours of galleries, museums, national parks and gardens.
If you’re a fellow traveller who’s finding it hard to sit still, I recommend these travel books that you can easily find online.
Goa is multifaceted. There is a variety of cuisines and restaurants. There is history that lets you turn back pages. And of course, there is a coastline dotted with beaches for every kind of traveller: the backpacker, the party-goer, the solitude-seeker and the nature-lover. As much as I loved Aditya Roy Kapoor and Disha Patani’s…
Travellers are disappointed with cancellation and refund policies by airlines, hotels and operators, but we need to be patient in the face of crisis.