I may have given away the plot with the title, but trust me, it gets a lot more exciting. March 2019, I set off on 2 month long travel to the United State of America. I call this “travel” for a very specific reason. I wasn’t vacationing, I wasn’t on a trip, but I was … More Backpacking Around USA For 2 Months From The East Coast To West Coast – Complete Itinerary!
We have a very interesting tradition at Headout for every work anniversary – a speech in front of the entire office followed by a roast with a bunch of questions, ending with a cake and a bottle of bubbly. I have very conveniently been dodging this tradition for my past 2 work anniversaries, so here’s me attempting … More 2 (incredible) years at Headout
When you think of Hampi, the first thing that comes to your mind is boulders. A land of boulders, I like to call it. Everywhere you look, you have russet boulders with specks of green creeping on it, around it and the Tungabhadra river trickling by quietly. It is no wonder the city was an … More Happy In Hampi – 10 Hacks That Could Come Handy!
Ever since I started this blog, I have aspired to write a book review but never found a book that compelled me enough to sit down and pen my thoughts about it. Last week, I completed Pachinko, a book authored by Min Jin Lee. Three years and umpteen books later, I have finally found a … More Pachinko – A Soul-Stirring Book | Review
Have you ever dreamt of staying awake till the first flush of morning around a bonfire, roasting marshmallows, jamming to soulful music, having deep conversations with strangers, all under the naked sky laden with stars? Seems dreamy and right out of a book right? Well, all of this actually did materialize last weekend and I … More Beyond the tent at BandCamp
I take a share auto from my office to the Railway Station. For those of you who don’t know what a share auto is, it is a system whereby you sit in a 3 seater auto with 2 other random people because you all happen to have the same destination. A primitive carpool of … More Share a dilemma
Everyone I know has been bitten by the wanderlust bug and is constantly on the lookout for the next best place to explore. Money being the culprit binding our wings, we push our travel plans for later and invariably, it never happens. Staycation, the latest vacation term brought out due to tight budgets, ridiculous air … More Get touristy in your own city!
Three months ago, I landed in Mumbai, the city of dreams with a suitcase full of dreams and twelve other suitcases bursting with clothes. I know that’s a lot for a girl my size, but I like my options. Options for everything, including a house. I had decided not to settle for anything less than perfect … More How to find the perfect abode in Mumbai
Can I try out my new shoes today ? No, its a Tuesday, said my mother. I whined and blabbered nonsense about how she needed to stop being superstitious and ” change with times” ,”adopt a modern way of looking at things in life”and stop giving unnecessary attention to the futile , immaterial, baseless superstitions … More How I became superstitious
Blame the genes for my irrevocable and irresistible love for beer, and hence blame this whimsical rant to taste different kinds of beers on my genes too. “I want to taste all kinds of beers from different countries” said I and my champ of a father readily agreed to his princess’s queer desire and stacked … More The Beer Tale