“Don’t Get Me Wrong”, Delhi

Delhi has been home for more than 20 years. Despite the accusations about its notorious nature, I have a distinct fondness for the city. Delhi¬†angers,¬†agitates, irritates, excites, soothes, all at the same time on any given day. But, it has survived the wrath of time gracefully and has been rebuilt seven times. There’s a stubborn resilience.

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And, we went back to Pucci’ Pizzeria

While traveling,¬†a lot of interactions, incidences, moments happen and few of them always make a mark in your memory. You don’t need something extraordinary to remember those instances, at times you just feel a connect with a particular cafe, art museum, person or a national park maybe.

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What to See in Udaipur

Somewhere in my subconscious mind, I had decided that I have to travel somewhere in India when I visit home. In November last year, I finally took the flight to home and met my family after one whole year.

Since I couldn’t plan a trip before visiting, I kept searching for places after I reached home. And just like that, I chose Udaipur one night, booked the tickets, and informed my parents that they are coming with me. Thankfully, they love traveling and agreed to embark on this journey¬†with me.

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Ending 2016 on a travel happy note!

Last year was a mix of emotions and I learned a great deal about a lot of things. Things about moving, apartment hunting, location search, buying furniture, arranging a home etc etc. We were in Cincinnati for the first few months and moved to Chicago by the end of July.

The famous deep-dish from Chicago

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The Little Library

Traveling is one thing and staying a zillion miles away from home another. The latter made me cranky for my first few months in the US and I ended up writing a grumpy post on how things are so irritating here. Well, I am an optimistic person so I kept looking for experiences to intrigue me and I think its time to share one of those.

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