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The Lalit Mangar: Staycation review

Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury! ~ Coco Chanel

So a few weeks back, our quest for luxury took us to the newly opened The Lalit Mangar, situated in the heart of Mangar village in Haryana, just around Delhi.. The property is super close to Delhi, and offers an unimaginable view of the Aravali hills, something which is totally unheard of in the Delhi-NCR area. Read on for our full take on this beauty!

The property

The moment you enter the property, you know you’ve stepped in for some peaceful luxury! The place is very calm in itself, and the grandeur of the property only adds to the serenity.

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Paris in a day- Travelogue

Paris in a day!

They say that ‘A bad day in Paris is still better than a good day anywhere else’. And you can only testify for the same once you are back from Paris. Actually, you never come back from Paris. You leave a piece of your heart there. That’s the magic of the beautiful and majestic Paris, which I’m sure is unlike any other place on this planet. Or at least I’m obsessed with it!

Last year, I had the chance to visit Paris for a few days for work, but the first day for me was completely free, so I decided to travel as much as possible and cover as many best tourist places in Paris as I possibly could. Here’s what you can do too is you wanna see Paris in a day, especially when you don’t wanna get on one of those hop-on-hop-off buses coz who likes routines!

First off, I took the Paris Metro and reached Pont Alexandre III. It is a beautiful arch bridge that spans river Sienne. A beautiful bridge in itself, this one point will offer you a view of Paris Eye, Les Invalides and the tops of the Eiffel Tower in a gorgeous panoramic view. You could spend some time here and just soak in the ‘feel’ of Paris all around you.

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Five best places to visit in India post monsoon!

Monsoons have officially said their last goodbyes to the Indian subcontinent for this year now, now that we are in September. And the official festive season is just about to begin, which means there are a lot of long weekends coming up for you to put on your travel shoes and go out and about! Here’s our list of the top 5 places you must visit during September to November in India.

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Parasailing in Goa, India

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Ramgarh Heritage, Panchkula: Luxury and heritage

Traveling.

It leaves you speechless. Then turns you into a storyteller!

We recently went down to Ramgarh Heritage at Panchkula, a 30-minute drive from Chandigarh, a quaint 325 year old heritage family haveli converted into a heritage resort recently. The resort stands tall and proud with all the history that has happened in it’s complex and vicinity. Read on for more!
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Popular Treks in the Himalayas

The majestic Himalayan mountains bordering Northern India have attracted thousands of people from all over the world. Some people say they find God in the Himalayas. Whether or not you find God there, a trek in the Himalayas is sure an unique, lifetime experience. Be it the low oxygen levels, the biting cold weather, dangerous spots in the trail, being in the middle of nowhere… and you are panting, out of breath… You wish to go back to your cosy bed in the hotel from where you started. You know the destination is far, far ahead. And you are stuck in between, breathless in a no-man’s land. And it becomes a matter of survival then… Its a state where the mind blanks out and your higher self takes over. Every trekker in the group stops talking and somehow at this moment, everyone is more connected than anytime else… stopping to help others cross dangerous places, offering water bottles…

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