There’s a whole world that exists between pajamas and formalwear, and plenty of clothes that not only help you get snuggly in your seat but also make sense after landing.
The outfit you wear on the plane is also the first thing you’ll wear at your destination – so your first impression’s at stake.
Wondering what to wear on a plane?
Use them on long-haul flights or short weekend getaways.
1. Trousers that stretch
They are ultimate in comfort and one of my favorite bottoms to wear on planes. A dark colored blue or black pair of stretchable bottoms help to stay comfortable and cozy for extended periods of sitting and conceal any mishaps or spills.
They keep you warm when the plane inevitably becomes freezing mid-flight.
This outerwear piece is the quickest way to look chic and increase the chances of an airplane upgrade. This will make it easy to conceal your casual wear underneath.
Depending on the weather, opt for a lightweight fabric like a cotton/polyester trench coat or a more chunkier wool fabric.
When it comes to air travel, a maxi scarf has a dual function. With the right size, texture, and design, it will make you look smart and fend off the chill. Also, a piece of scarf adds a pop of color to your casual outfit.
It is important to remember that feet tend to swell during long-haul flights. Choose your foot apparel wisely. It’s all about personal preferences. For some, comfortable shoes are sneakers, for others, it’s soft leather flats.
5. A Casual T-Shirt or Top
Wear a short-sleeved top or lightweight dress. Top this with a layering piece made of breathable, natural fibers that have quarter-length or long sleeves. Choose a cotton or wool cardigan or sweatshirt; this piece should zip or button up to make it easy to wriggle in and out of in tight confines.
A comfy tank maxi dress is the perfect base for a long-haul flight. It’s unrestrictive shape, in a soft, cotton blend, allows you to stay covered and feeling fresh for the whole ride. A short top with a maxi skirt can also be wearable.
7. A Fashionable Carry-On-Bag
A handbag is must to keep all your valuable and essential into it – Your ID & Passport, Mobile, Medications, Fragile items (if any), Pack toiletries and a change of clothes, Kindle or headphones.
When traveling long-haul flights, layering is the key to assembling the perfect airplane uniform.
You will need to have pieces that you can easily take off or put on. These
practical items will combat the different temperatures you encounter throughout your journey.
It’s time to get into the best places to dine in South Delhi. South Delhi covers some of the most affluent and decadent dining restaurants. With high-end brands and high profile personalities living in this area, it is a far cry from the busy streets and colorful markets which many people expect of New Delhi.
24 hours can turn into just a couple when you are at the best places to eat in south extension Delhi with your dear ones. It is that area of Delhi which is filled with numerous heritage sites that can definitely transport you into the past.
These crumbling palaces, medieval tombs, and picturesque lakes and gardens feature some of the best dining restaurants in South Delhi. This portion of Delhi consists of cafes, fine dine outs, bazaars and cultural spots with no end to interesting places you can spend your day.
Add these perfectly perfect dining restaurants to your list to flavor the riches of different cuisines:-
1. Olive Bar & Kitchen
With beautiful ambiance and authentic Italian food, this is where you should be enjoying your brunches. It has an uber-beautiful outdoor sitting decorated with trees and bushes, giving a refined yet relaxed style to dine.
Location – Kalka Das Marg, Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi.
2. FIO – Country Kitchen & Bar
Located just next to the ‘Garden of Five Senses’, this is one of the most beautiful places, making your dinner even more special. The light soothing music and service of a great team give a perfect and different experience to dine.
Location – The Garden of Five Senses, Gate 1, Saiyad ul Ajaib, Saket.
3. Haus Khas Social
The cultural hub of Delhi – Hauz Khas Village, known for its beautiful lake and renowned Hauz Khas monument, truly is an ideal location to open up an incredible alternative workspace. The Hauz Khas Social does exactly that, with a stunning view of both landmarks.
Location – Haus Khas Village, New Delhi.
4. Bo Tai
Mehrauli Road has some of the most beautiful places to catch up with friends over good food. And Bo Tai surely is one of them. It is a contemporary Thai concept restaurant with a beautiful fusion of Outdoor and indoor sitting. The cocktails are as delish as they’re Instagram-able, each presenting a picture so pretty that you really do not want to spoil it. This is a great place for a classy date-night or day!
Location – Kalka Das Marg, Mehrauli Road, Near Qutub Minar, Mehrauli,
5. Pa Pa Ya
Pa Pa Ya is a modern Asian bistro & tapas bar, endeavoring to reinvent Asian cuisine in its entirety. This Asian restaurant offers guests to experience the finest of modern Asian food showcasing some iconic dishes from around the Orient, crafted in a way that’s never been seen before. It is here where culinary skills meet the wizardry of modern-day gastronomic techniques.
Location – Dome, Level 4, Select Citywalk, District Centre, Saket.
6. The Sky High
The Sky High, Delhi’s largest terrace lounge stands true to its name and believes in making you ‘Get High to touch the Sky’ for a reason well ahead of its validity. The place is well known for its beautiful ambiance especially the passage through a cage and marbles on the floor. With crystal glass sheeshas and fountains to play with the soothing music on a moonlit night, they believe in making each and every soul who enters their restaurant a time worth remembering for a lifetime.
Location – Ansal Plaza Mall, August Kranti Marg, Khel Gaon, Andrews Ganj, New Delhi.
7. Yum Yum Cha
The Origami inspired restaurant, designed by The Hexagram Studios is a fun and chill place. It’s a dining experience that seriously stands out, makes you feel special, and leaves you wanting more. When investing a good chunk of money in a meal, that’s exactly how we want to feel. Aside from their signature sushi rolls, the raw part of the menu is all sashimi and not just any sashimi – this is fish of the highest quality that’s been labored over, dressed up, and served in one of many beautiful Mother Of Pearl dishes.
Location – Select Citywalk Mall, Saket.
8. Lodi – The Garden Restaurant
Highlighted by its lush botanical surroundings, pebbled walkways and bamboo railings, the restaurant is an extension of Lodhi Garden itself. The menu is an eclectic mix of flavors from around the world, though the emphasis remains on the much favored European influenced cuisine. Lodi – The Garden Restaurant borrows serenity from the adjacent Lodhi Gardens; a peaceful heritage park which is a must-visit for both travelers & locals.
Location – Lodhi Road, Opp. Mausam Bhavan, New Delhi
The trends of traveling are constantly changing with tourists increasingly looking to bring a bit of action on their holidays. The joy of travel today is that whatever your interests, fitness levels, risk limit, there’s an adventure for you.
Do you have a deep, relentless craving to venture into the unknown? A craving that can only be satisfied by taking some serious risks and stepping off the beaten path?
If so, these countries might be worth adding to your bucket list. Bookmark these action-packed itineraries..
1. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA / ALASKA – Skiing and dog-sledding
Alaska, especially Valdez, is famous for its incredible heli-skiing opportunities, dog-sledding through the glaciers. Spend your evenings in cozy huts that are literally in the middle of nowhere.
2. CAPETOWN, SOUTH AFRICA – Paragliding
This city is just breathtaking, especially with the beautiful coastline and lush hills surrounding the city. So one cannot imagine a better place to para-glide than in Cape Town, and a chance to take in the views in peace and quiet.
3. HAWAI – Helicopter Tour
With its unique volcanic landscape, cliffs, beaches, and craters, Hawaii has an incredible nature one can’t wait to experience.
And seeing it all from above in a helicopter would be epic!!
4. AUSTRALIA – Scuba Diving
The Great Barrier reef is almost like an “underwater country”, comprising 400 separate reefs, cays and islands – with over 1500 species of fish and 1500 shipwrecks. So how can one miss this wonderful opportunity to scuba dive spend a day sailing around the reefs.
5. LEH, INDIA – Mountaineering, Cycling and River rafting.
With its ochre, bare rocky mountains offset by jade-green rivers and lakes, the landscape around Leh is one of India’s most surreal. Take part in one of the many adrenaline-pumping activities available across the high-altitude and rough desert terrain, including mountaineering, cycling and river rafting.
6. NORWAY – Jumping Nutcases
In Voss, right in the middle of Norway’s most spectacular landscape, holds the absolute craziest sport that one can encounter – wingsuit base jumping.
Just have your own skydiving license, then you could try it too.
7. INDONESIA – Surfing
Indonesia has some crazy surf and you can spend a whole week or even two on a boat together with a group of like-minded people, a guide and a chef who cooks all your meals. Explore the amazing Indonesian islands – this is the ultimate adventure holiday.
Food trucks have become a staple part of the culinary scene in most cities, dishing out meals that rival even the most highly rated restaurants. They have blurred the line between haute cuisine and quick comfort food.
Most street foods are classed as both finger food and fast food and are cheaper on average than restaurant meals. Some take care of the breakfast crowd with sweet soymilk and bean curd, others dish up fragrant rice and poached chicken for lunch.
It’s impossible to avoid street food, where sidewalk vendors in different parts of the city operate on a fixed rotation.
Have a look at some of the most popular food vans acrossthe world…
1. HARD TIMES SUNDAE – New York
Zurica practices the venerable art of the griddle-smashed, four-ounce patty, made from deliberately unfancy ground chuck, blanketed in American cheese, and swaddled in a squishy white bun. Burgers can be ordered by the single, the double, or the triple, and accompanied by classic fast-food fries and a chili-dog chaser. Hot dogs are deep-fried Brooklyn style, wrapped with bacon, grilled cheese, and egg creams.
Kristin Frederick, a Californian passionate about cooking, and her partner Frédéric Fédière decided to take the plunge into the world of food trucks in Paris. On the 29, November 2011, they created their first food truck that was a resounding success. This food truck is undeniably the best known, and the food will give your taste buds real pleasure! You may have to wait a little bit to eat a good burger because of the success of the truck but once you have it in your hands, you can only be happier!
Today, the Camion qui fume has opened a restaurant.
The London street food scene is bursting with homemade treats and delicacies inspired by cuisines from all over the world. From homemade fish tacos to cheeseburgers and sweet potato fries, the English capital has it all. Undoubtedly London’s coolest street food truck, Rainbo sells Japanese gyoza dumplings from a converted 1948 Ford pickup. Homemade and packed with chicken, beef, pork, or shitake and oyster mushrooms, their hot steaming parcels leave you craving more, and they come with crunchy Rainbo slaw, house pickles, and fresh herb sauces.
Everyone loves a good grilled cheese sandwich, and truck owner Nicole Fewell brings a lot of love to her sandwiches, opting for local ingredients and cheeses to make her crispy, gooey pieces of goodness. The Aloha Arkansas is a go-to here with homemade pulled pork and smoked cheddar, only available once a week which — I’m sure your taste buds will agree — is a crying shame.
In a city as sprawling as Los Angeles, food trucks offer a vital, roaming oasis for hungry travelers in search of a quick bite or late-night snack. From tacos to pizza, hot dogs to grilled cheese, there are plenty of excellent options when it comes to grabbing a bite on the go.
The grandaddy of the modern food truck bonanza since 2008, Roy Choi’s Kogi empire still rules the streets with a delectable mashup of Korean and Mexican flavors. The signature short rib taco delivers big with double-caramelized Korean BBQ depth that’s balanced with a bright spike of salsa roja, a chile-soy slaw, cilantro and onions on two grilled-and-charred house tortillas.
ADDRESS :- Taco stands in Alibi Room and Kogi Taqueria in Palms/Westside SOURCE :- http://kogibbq.com/
6. LA FAMIGLIA – Malaysia
Driven by a hunger for something new in the F&B industry, the innovative entrepreneurs behind this Italian Mafia themed truck to share a common passion and love for food despite their different backgrounds. They exploded onto the food truck scene with this mobile pasta restaurant, and have since been on the road for over 3 years.
The Boss is La Famiglia’s signature pasta topped with tender grilled spicy minced chicken and savory red tomato sauce encapsulated in a creamy texture that isn’t overly rich; this dish truly deserves its reputation.
LOCATION :- Jalan Dungun, Damansara Heights (Lunch); Jalan SS15/8A, Subang Jaya (Dinner) OPERATING HOURS :- Daily 11am to 2pm | 9pm to 1am PRICE :- RM6 to RM9
7. MOTHER TRUCKER – Bangkok
There’s almost always a line-up to the counter of this big black truck with the big juicy burger sign on top. Typically found parked on Joke Bang Lamphu, near Bangkok’s popular backpacker ghetto, Khao San Rd, Mother Trucker is known for its large 150g patties.
Diners can choose a ‘Mother of Beef’ or ‘Mother of Pork’ patty, both of which are served on fresh-baked buns with homemade 6,900 island sauce, arugula, and an onion ring, which gives the burger a distinct crunch. Aussie cheese or bacon can be added, and onion rings can be served on the side.
There are so many options for eating out in Bali, but one that seems to be becoming more popular is grabbing a snack or a beverage from a jazzed-up VW Kombi Van parked up on the side of the road!
The truck is located on the pedestrian walk in front of the Courtyard by Marriott Seminyak hotel and offers tasty tacos and refreshing mojitos. What we love most is the paint job, designed by an Institute Seni Indonesia Denpasar student.
Sidewalk vendors, pushcarts, trucks – even in cities with rich reputations for fine dining, some of the best meals are on the streets. So whenever you visit these places, give your tongue a moment to try mouthwatering food from these fast food vans…
Not sure what to pack for your trip overseas? This informative article can help you compile a list of things that you need to carry while travelling abroad.
Here are few pointers to concentrate on :-
1. MAKE A CHECK-LIST
Make a checklist of all the important documents and papers you are expected to carry. Keep your passport, visa, plane ticket, personal ID, mobile phone(with charger) and few eateries ready. These are things you need easy access to during your departure and arrival, so pack them in your hand luggage.
2. CHOOSE YOUR LUGGAGE OR BACKPACK WISELY
Pick a luggage that is versatile, lightweight and big enough to hold all your essentials. Make sure that the luggage don’t have any broken wheel,zipper or handle.
3. ORGANISE YOUR FIRST AID KIT AND TOILETRY BAG
Don’t forget to put your health medicines in the bag along with first-aid stuff because nobody wants to suffer a punishing headache, high-climate fever, upset stomach during a holiday.
Toiletry bag should be filled with Toothbrush and toothpaste, Haircomb, Sunscreen and face lotion with SPF, Personal hygiene items, Prescription sunglasses, Sewing kit/clothing care kit, Travel towel, Hand sanitizer or wet wipes, Extra contacts, solution, and contact case.
4. PREPARE YOUR CARRY-ON BAG/HANDBAG
Prepare your personal item carry-on bag with anything you’ll want with you on the flight. Here we go with the items:-
Cash and credit/debit cards
Mobile device and charger
Laptop, iPad, or E-reader and charger
Travel pillow, blanket, eye mask
Guide books, travel guides, maps, language guides.
5. HOME SECURITY IS MUST
If you’re going an extended trip, it’s essential to get your home in order before you go.
Arrange for care of pets, lawn, and plants
Pre-pay your bills (water, electricity, DTH, Wifi etc.)
Store valuables in a safe place
Lock all doors and windows properly
6. ORGANISE YOUR BAG EFFECTIVELY
Pack clothes in groups- it’s easier to find what you need and unpack on the other side. Also, save bag space for all your holiday purchases.
7. WHAT TO AVOID?
Leave behind sharp objects like knives, scissors and blades.
Don’t pack any food or other perishable goods; it could get messy if they leak in your luggage.
To save some luggage space, you could wear one of your heavier jackets on the day you are boarding your plane.
Press your clothes with an iron box so it becomes easier to fold or pack them.
Observe restrictions on baggage.
Leave behind anything you feel is in excess to your immediate needs. You can always purchase the same abroad.
8. SOME EXTRAS
If your trip will take you to a variety of places, or transversely if you will be navigating off the beaten path, Pack these extras to travel smartly.
LightWeight Hair Dryer
Travel Charger/Power Bank
Bookmark this travel packing list because you’ll want to refer to it as your trip gets closer.
Like any other destination, shopping in McLeod Ganj has its own charm. This place is actually a Heaven for those category who admire nature and antique art and culture. Many Tibetan shopkeepers have installed their mini shops housing a collection of exotic sculptures, carpets, souvenirs,handicrafts, bags, trousers, Tibetan hats, exotic jewelry pieces and painting of Dalai Lama temple and exotic nature.
These Tibetan items depicts Tibetan literature, art and culture and the amount of love and respect people have for their religion.
Also, the narrow streets of this mini market are installed with stalls trading woolen shawls, prayer wheels, bamboo souvenirs, silver jewelry, silk scarfs and hand woven socks and chubas- available in various shapes, sizes and colors..
Kotwali Bazaar, Jogiwara Road, & McLeod Ganj Central Square are well-known shopping areas in the district. While the street shops of Kotwali Bazaar are most popular for Tibetan carpets, rugs, & exotic sculptures.The Jogiwara Road holds a reputation of the go-to place for souvenir shopping. The McLeod Ganj Central Square is known to have the city’s oldest shop – Nowrojee and Son – that opened in 1860. The entire market area is famous for its wooden carvings, Thangka tapestry paintings, and handicrafts.
ALSO, ONE CAN BUY THESE SOME MEMORABLE ITEMS FROM THE LAND OF LAMA:-
1. Singing Bowl which is the most popular thing being sold and bought at for meditation, music, relaxation, personal well-being.
2. Buddha Statue- Beautiful crafted brass made into the peace faced Buddha
3. Bead Necklaces
4. Wind chimes
5. Handicraft Dairies and Paper
6. Tibetan tea.
7. Colorful Bags and Purses
IMPORTANT TIPS WHILE YOU SHOP :-
Bargaining, to a degree, is acceptable and can be done during some of your purchases when buying from street markets.
The number of ATM’s in the area is not high, and you will often find a long queue. So it is advisable to have cash at hand before you venture out shopping, just in case.
Remember to grab a bite during your shopping break!!!
Don’t miss the delicious momos and the popular hot noodles with butter soup, served at the Tibetan Market.
Do shop for your relatives and friends that will surely be appreciated by them. Shopping is a must add to things to do in McLeod Ganj.
When travellers talk of heading up to Dharamsala , this is where they mean. Three kilometres north of Dharamsala town lies a beautiful home to large Tibetan population- MCLEODGANJ, a suburb of Dharamshala in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India. Also known as Dhasa or Little Lhasa, McLeod Ganj got this name due to the huge Tibetan population residing here and in Dharamshala.
McLeod Ganj experiences extremely pleasant summers with the temperatures hovering around 25 degrees. The best time to visit is during the months of September to June. It is best to avoid July and August due to the heavy rainfall it receives. You can get some bits of snowing in McLeod Ganj or Dharamkot by end of January/early February
McLeod Ganj has a population of about 10,000 people, including local Indians, Nepalese, exile Tibetans, and foreign expats. It is predominantly inhabited by a hill tribe, the Gaddis. The Nepalese community began after a Gurkha regiment was moved here by the British in the late 1800s.After the Chinese occupation of Tibet in 1959, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, fled to India with thousands of followers. He was initially sheltered in Mussoorie, but on 30 April 1960 he came to McLeod Ganj, where he established the Central Tibetan Administration. Since then McLeod Ganj has risen to an important international destination.
A PERFECT HOLIDAY DESTINATION
McLeodganj attracts thousands of international visitors each year to volunteer with the Tibetan community, take courses in Buddhism, meditation or yoga, trek in the Dhauladhar mountains, shop for Tibetan crafts, or just hang out and enjoy the low-budget spiritual vibe and family friendly restaurants dishing up Indo-Italo-Israeli-Tibetan food.
BEST PLACES TO VISIT AND EMBRACE THE SCENIC BEAUTY
One cannot take its eyes off from heavenly monasteries, museums, temples, waterfalls, lakes, and Tibetan settlements located in this region.
Mcleodganj sightseeing tours include Namgyal Monastery, Tsuglagkhang (the residence of Dalai Lama), Bhagsu Falls & Bhagsunath Temple, and Tibetan Museum which makes McLeod a popular tourist destination.
Dalai Lama Temple
Known for its calm and serene atmosphere, this place is actually the official residence of DALAI LAMA- Spiritual leader of Tibetans.There are many large statues of Buddha, Avaloktwshwara, Pamasambhava and others. You can also find numerous ancient books related to the religion. People visit this temple for meditating and rituals. Once you enter the main area of the temple, you can find people praying and chanting with prayer wheels or prayer wheels. Some people take a relaxed morning walk or evening walk around the temple.
If you are visiting during Dalai Lama’s visit, you ought to buy tickets through online sites for hearing his teachings.
Mobile phones and cameras are allowed inside the temple, So make sure that you do not disturb the rituals and other pilgrims.
Footwear is not allowed inside the temple.
The Enchanting Bhagsunag Falls
Just about a km walk from the temple are the Bhagsu waterfalls,considered to be among the top 20 must visit waterfalls in India. You can cover this trek only on foot and find plenty of outdoor cafes for taking breaks as you wind up the steep stairs to the scenic falls.
An evening stroll to this place before heading to the market would be a perfect end to a day at McLeod Ganj.
The museum tells the story of Tibetan history, the Chinese occupation and the continuing Tibetan resistance and exodus, through photographs, video and clear English-language display panels. It also covers the Dalai Lama and his life’s work. A visit here is a must.
Trekking & Camping
Adventure lovers too can fine their piece of cake if they indulge in the long and short walks along with trekking in the McLeodganj. The most important walk will perhaps be to the Tsuglagkhang Complex, where live the patron Buddhist saint, Dalai Lama. Take a short trek from McLeodganj to Triund-Laka.
During this trek you would be crossing a lot of glaciers and villages that will help you to know the town from proximity.
Trekking is must if you desire to experience nature’s glory at its peak.
Library of Tibetan Works & Archives
When in McLeodganj, you should visit the Library of Tibetan Works & Archives, that stores almost 40 % of the original Tibetan manuscripts making it a depositary of the rich Tibetan culture. The library has a photographic repository.
This place is a heaven for shopping lovers. It is one destination where people are enthralled in excessive spending. To peruse more..
Mcleod is stuffed with little restaurants on its narrow streets, each with a view that kills any love for polluted metro cities. The food available is mind-boggling, hot and delicious in its simplicity. It is lined with shacks, eateries, bakeries and cafes that offer a selection of cuisines, from Italian, Tibetan, Bhutanese to Indian and draw buzzing crowds all day long.
Carpe Diem is one that I would suggest. A chilly evening is best spent on the rooftop of this restaurant with a warm oven-baked pizza and awestruck view of the mountains.
And when it comes to dessert , they’ve got it absolutely right – A chocolate cake to satisfy your little tummy!!
Here, in this beautiful hill station of Himachal Pradesh, you don’t have to splurge to find accommodation, food or for that some good time. Everything comes at a price that fits your budget just right.
No matter what kind of trip you take, you often go through a myriad of emotions before, during and after your adventure.
You chose a place for a reason. Something about it drew you : the culture, the food, the architecture, the nature, the people. Maybe you’re seeing it for the first time, maybe for the tenth time; either way, it brings you immense happiness to be here.
It happens to be a time when I first visited United Arab Emirates(UAE), popularly known as Dubai. My first abroad trip..Yeaaahhhh!!! Its antiquity was the prominent reason that somehow made me inquisitive. It was so worth it to travel with my highly excitable family where I got to sense of varied culture, lifestyle and cuisines.
SEE THE HISTORYBefore the skyscrapers and luxurious automobiles, Dubai was only sand.Although the city has long evolved from the days of Bedouin villages, the desert is still a sight to see. We visited DESERT SAFARI and ate traditional Arabic barbeque, went for dune bashing, watched belly dancing and rode camels. Our cicerone took us to a camp in the middle of the desert, surrounded by sand dunes. This is an ideal way to better understand what life was like before the city boomed.
CULTURAL DIVERSITYDubai takes diversity to a whole new level. Approximately 85% of Dubai’s population are expats. This brings a level of cultural interaction that is rarely seen anywhere else in the world. It welcomes its visitors around the world but being a Muslim country,there are certain factors to take into consideration in terms of dress code and behavior. Religion plays a significant role in the culture of Dubai.
UNIQUE AND SPELLBOUND ARCHITECTURE
There are many exciting and unique attractions in Dubai. And you might be surprised to learn that it is completely family-friendly to visit. No matter what your interests, when you travel to Dubai, you’ll find something to thrill you!
We were literally fascinated by Burj Khalifa, currently the tallest building in the world, Palm Jumeirah and its posh dining and pristine sandy beach, blue water and palm trees. Dubai mall gave us world-class shopping experience. Plus, it is a great place to escape the heat. From Dubai Aquarium, Musical Fountain, Olympic sized ice skating rink to Theme parks and cage diving with sharks, you can experience all Sega activities in one house here.
PEOPLE AND FOOD
There’s no dress code for visitors, although you will see most men wearing long white robes (dishdashas) and head coverings with black rope. Women’s fashions vary. Some wear Western clothing, while others are covered with robes and veils.
Not just one style of food in Dubai. Here you can get any style of food you desire. The main restaurants in the region take inspiration from Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine. That means that you can try everything from Indian to North Korean food in the area. MY TIP!! Research each restaurant before you book your table to find the best places.
For those with an untreatable case of wanderlust, this city is a traveller’s dream. Dubai has historic sights, futuristic architecture, active night life and out-of-this-world attractions.
Travelling around and exploring new places is one of the best things you can do for yourself.
Yes, dream…I’ll talk about my dream here in my first post….Yeah, i know, it’s cliche, but still, it’s interesting, right??
I have a dream to travel around the world, visiting a country where I’ve never been there before, taste its unique food that I’ve never taste before, see the pattern of fabrics which I’ve never seen before, and above all, learn from the experience that I’ve never got before.
How I get Inspired?
Every time I meet people, I get inspired from them. Each and every person in this world has a story tell, has a reason to motivate others, has a reason to smile, this is you, who finds such people in your journeys. We can’t choose from where we come from, but we can definitely choose where we go from there.
What I want to Take Along?
A Camera, A Notebook, Good clothes, A Backpack– This is all I need to take along with me, My dream is to walk around the world, My Dream is to Travel the World. Traveling is the most wonderful thing in the entire world which shows you real aspirations of life. I haven’t been everywhere in the World but I want to feel going to different parts of it.