Hot, sticky and exhausted from exploring every nook and corner of Agra, we made our way to an oasis of luxury right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of this city, The Oberoi Amarvilas.
After all the excitement around visiting one of the most beautiful monuments I have ever seen on my first day in Agra, I made my way to its less famous but equally captivating sister, Agra Fort.
The journey through India’s Golden Triangle would be left incomplete without a visit to one of the greatest wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal.
The largest state in India, Rajasthan literally means ‘Land of Great Kingdoms’ with a history rich in great Indian empires and rulers! I spent an entire day in Jaipur exploring some of the most beautiful forts and palaces left behind by these empires.
An abundance of colour, song, dance, food and festivities that go on for days on end. These are just a few elements of a Big Fat Indian Wedding!
On a wonderfully sunny and crisp Sunday morning, I made my way to east London for a lovely stroll through Columbia Road Flower Market.
What better way to spend a chilly winter evening in London, than heading down to the South Bank and experiencing some grim and spooky fairytales!
A trip back to my hometown is just not complete without getting lost in the hustle and bustle of New Market!
2014 was a year of some pretty amazing and once in a lifetime experiences but I’m even more excited for what 2015 could possibly have in store for me!
You know it’s Christmas time in London when Hyde Park opens its doors to the annual Winter Wonderland!