Tips on Travelling to Greece in Winter

By mid-to-late November, temperatures in Greece drop considerably lower than what you would expect; especially after seeing endless pictures of bright blue seas and sunny skies. When we travelled to Greece it was the first two weeks of December and the lowest the temperature dropped to was about 7...

Kalimera from Kalamata

A long bus ride through miles and miles of olive groves and what looked like vineyards, we travelled from Athens via KTEL Messinias – the Express bus – possibly the most scenic way to travel to Kalamata; the town of olives. We spent two days in Kalamata, doing absolutely...

Around Athens – Part 1

Visiting Athena, The Acropoli and the Presidential Guards at Syntagma Square Day two in Greece. Missed Day one? Read it here .The temperature was approximately 8 degrees Celsius when we finally managed to get out of bed and play hopscotch along the carpets in our room to get to...

Ya sas Greece!

Greece in a nutshell was a whirlwind of everything I expected it to be, yet nothing of what I expected it to be, if that makes any sense. After years of failed plans and almosts, my best friend and I decided 2019 was THE year to do it. We...

A Guide to Camping in Horton Plains

After more than 3 years of working and trying to promote glamping properties in Sri Lanka, my first Camping experience didn’t fall short of what I expected with my Digital Marketing team. Although a glamping site offered basic essentials of a glamping site like hot, running water, a warm,...

1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma, Thank You For Hosting Us in Kandy

Kandy, as many of you know might already know is Sri Lanka’s last royal capital city. Before it fell to the hands of the colonists. Over the years, a number of hotels in Kandy sprang to life to offer visitors a chance to experience its rich history. Udawatte Kele...

First Tea, World’s End Later

My best-friend and partner in crime visited me for a short time, and it was my sole mission to give her a crash course on Sri Lanka’s iconic places. Our first mission was set. A 6-hour train ride through mountains that would take us to the Land of Tea....

Horror in Bali

Our holiday in Bali (check out Part 1 and Part 2) was drawing to an end and I knew the exotic flavours of Nasi Goreng and Mie Goreng are one of the main things I’d miss about Bali. We left Ubud and were on our way back to Kuta, to visit the...

Loving Ubud – Part 2

After breakfast on day 2 (Bali part 1) in Bali, we met the friendly manager of Grandma’s Plus Airport Hotel who were as excited as we were about our vacation in Bali! Expressing our love for the service and food at the hotel, we bid farewell and were on...

Touch Down Bali – Part 1

The famed Bali – how can anyone resist going on a holiday here?! I was ready, bags packed with essentials, clothes I ‘might’ wear, and ‘just in case’ clothes. I was prepared – at least two weeks in advance. There’s something about airports and airplanes that I just love,...