"Is Goa A Halal destination?"That was the first question that popped up my mind when I came across Alila Diwa Goa. Always having heard of Goa being famous for their party scenes, and night life, I was quite skeptical what kind of place I would be venturing into when we decided to go to Goa.So How did it go? All those questions you have in mind when it comes to seeing what kind of a destination it is, I have put it down here. So, Let's find out!Where did we stay? What was the local scene
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What does it mean to travel to a city that hasn't been written about when it comes to safety in terms of travelling with the veil on? I believe in the fact that The Almighty is protecting me whenever I am in the Hijab. That the veil
is a shield that stops me from a lot of harm and unfavorable situations. It has always been a source of protection for me!There is always an inside fear of travelling to a new place. Are people going to stare? Are they going to harm me? Am I going to
Last post we stopped at hiking down from the tribal village in the Jeep. If you have missed my previous post, here's where to go!
This video is only a feast to your eyes and gives a little glimpse of what was a very beautiful experience in one of the lesser known parts of Kerala.It is located very close to the famous Munnar Hill Station Now on the blog - This trip was as part of my stay with @thesholacrown The area in and around A boutique hotel located in Bodimettu A
There isn't a word that can describe the beauty of this place. There isn't a phrase, There isn't a sentence. There isn't enough I can say about this place. No matter what I write, will I really be able to do it justice?This beauty of a place is unheard of. I never heard of this place before. I am pretty sure most of you who stumble across this wouldn't have heard of it either.Sunrises are always beautiful. Sunsets are always beautiful too. But, then I tell you the sunrise here is
They say 2000 feet above Hyderabad is a sky paved with gold. Taj Falaknuma Palace, the very essence of its name has a meaning that says Mirror in the sky, and true to its name it stands in grandeur, 500 feet above the city itself. The palace was designed in 1894 by a British architect Willam Ward Marret, and is set on a 32-acre estate. He employed an idiosyncratic combination of Renaissance and baroque styles to create an immense structure that was clearly intended to rival the palaces of