GOA IN MONSOON : A travel guide

GOA IN MONSOON : A travel guide

Reading Time: 8 minutesGoa in monsson – Greenery, Romanticism at its best – by Anindita Barui Guess the best time to visit Goa? If you love nature and greenery & want to enjoy rain at a less crowded beach then Goa is the perfect monsoon destination for you. In my opinion monsoon is the best time to visit goa. Yes you spell it correctly. It is Goa. Though Goa is known for the fun parties & water activities in winter, one can discover Goa in a completely different manner in monsoon(& that’s way more romantic!). So monsoon is the best season to visit this place. Goa is magnificent in rains. Goa’s weather remain plesent this time thus this is ideal time to visit here. Everywhere you look, it’s lush green & the beaches are almost deserted. The only sound you hear is the roaring of the sea and the temperature of Goa remain liberate. Romanticism and Monsoon Goa are the synonyms… Monsoon is treated as off season in Goa as a result it is super cheap in monsoon. Most of the beach shacks remains closed during this season, so one can get a discount at hotels very easily. You can stay at a luxury resort by spending the price of budget ones. Also the air tickets are cheap at that time. Imagine, you are roaming around the  beaches, holding your loved one’s hand and in the background there are green palm trees and the rolling hills. There are almost none in the beaches. Suddenly the rain comes and you both get drenched. Does it sound romantic? So, now it’s...
KER SANGRI – A special food of Indian Thar Desert.

KER SANGRI – A special food of Indian Thar Desert.

Reading Time: 1 minuteKER SANGRI – A special food of Indian Thar Desert. From the day of planning of my Rajasthan trip I was much interested about Rajasthani foods. I always love to try new foods of different places. When I got opportunity to test a new Rajasthani Dish Ker Sangri I was very excited to test it. This is specially dish of Thar desert. Ker Sangri is made of five ingredients which are all available at Thar desert. Personal Experience:  I tried this dish for the first time.This is specially dish of desert herb. Test is light sour and spicy. You can feel stems. Cost of the food: Rs 150/ (per plate) Where to eat: You will specially get Ker Sangri mainly at Khuri, Sam of Jaisalmeer and Bishnoi Village of Jodhpur. Recipe  So go and test it !!! and send me a feed...
Nepalese Cuisine at Gangtok

Nepalese Cuisine at Gangtok

Reading Time: 1 minuteNepalese Cuisine at Gangtok I always love to test the taste of new foods, specially local foods of different places. This time when i went to Sikkim there I specially concentrated on local food. Though i visited Sikkim many times and always tried new dishes, this time i tried it in a different way. This time i tried Nepalese cuisine. Nepal is very near to Sikkim, so Sikkimese and Nepalese always exchanges their cultures,foods among themselves. This time I tried Nepalese ‘Thali’. This ‘Thali’ was well decorated as you can see from my photo. First they gave me starter as ‘Dhau’, yogurt in a colourful bowl with a full spoon of clarified butter. Both of these were made from the milk of Yak. Then the main dish came with various items including – Tuyu Baji (White rice) Chicken curry Dal Jimbu (Herb) Anchar(Pickle) of Dry fish Mirch(Chilli) pest. Brinjal Fry. Piece of Carrot and cucumber Fried Radish. Spicy Cabbage Personal Experience:  I tried this dish for the first time. Chicken curry , dal is less spicy but rest of the items were too spicy. Curd was good. Cost of the food: Rs 300/ (per thali) Where to eat: Lots of restaurants are there in Gangtok where you will find Nepalese Thali. So go and test it !!! and send me a feed back...