Inspired by a National Geographic Traveler article we planned a road trip along Amalfi Coast. This holiday was a mixture of hikes, beautiful drives, hotels, AirBnbs, hostels, fresh fish, pasta by the sea, home cooked meals and of course pizza in Napoli.
Maybe the eating part of Eat, Pray, Love has something to do with it, but it’s the Italian appetite for life that my creative-self gets so inspired by.
Myself and almost everyone I know is flying to Karachi this December. I’ve done this long-haul trip a few times and have tips and tricks worth checking out!
Want your trip to Las Vegas to be amazing? Plan a trip there with the girls at your earliest convenience. You won’t regret it, even if the house wins!
If you find yourself going to Marrakech, do stay in one of the traditional riads tucked away behind those old city walls. (Photo Courtesy: Riad Port Royale)
After watching the first season of Chef’s Table, I booked a trip to Italy with a mind to visit Modena the home town of Chef Massimo Bottura.
There’s more to romance in Venice than gondola rides and calamari. At sunset it becomes a different city, a playground for lovers if you know where to wander.
We finally took that trip together to Italy and we were so content just wondering around the cities.
Bologna is not as easily overlooked as it once was. A fiery red city known for gastronomical pleasure, medieval buildings and culture – it takes the sweetness of doing nothing towards a new dawn.
Mazzorbo island of Venice is everything. Medieval walls, a one-hectare vineyard, vegetable gardens, a 14th century bell tower. Here by the Adriatic Sea you will feel your skin again.