We all know what Instagram is, we all are there, we all have a pretty hippie life there too. We know that the Instagram community is alive and is growing strong every day with millions of people signing in, uploading and loving each other’s pictures. But there are some things that a lot of us miss; proper engagement and a way to wow possible followers. I was invited to the first ever Instameet that happened in Indore, an event which was as frolicking as the name states. The event was organised by Aakash Ranison, a fellow passionate traveller who bought in Radisson Blu, Red FM and Red Bull together to give Indore a perfect afternoon to learn Instagram tricks. It was an only invite event, truckloads of people went over with their fair chances, but only a few got
As a frequent traveler(and social animal 😉 ), I need to book tickets frequently. And for convenience, I have the railway’s tickets booking app(IRCTC) installed in my phone. Few hours back I received an email from IRCTC side to download the beta version of the new IRCTC Rail Connect mobile app on Google play store. Out of curiosity, I clicked the link and installed the yet-to be released app. The new beta version looks better the old app that I have on my phone and after trying different options, I am trying to figure out the main differences and improvements(as per IRCTC and my experience): New Users, register and activate from App directly(earlier, the app used to open the original irctc.co.in registration page) Advanced security features to use self-assigned PIN to login without entering username and password
Everything starts with a wish and Imagica is the reality of wishes. Brimming with charm of everything magical and unparallel fantasy-realities, it is one place that has a ton of things to offer. From the landscapes which appear to be straight out of fairy tales to thrilling rides, it is impossible to not get completely soaked in the wonderland of Imagica. We started our day with SnoMagica which is the largest snow park in India, it was absolutely chilling. We slide down icy slopes in toboggans and rafts were also there just in case, there was a rocky snowy mountain to climb, a snow castle with of course big huge icy sculptures, a dance floor to get that blood running in minus 5 degree Celsius. And the huge igloo, I have always wanted to be in one and I finally
Okay, yes Adlabs Imagica is not the newest hub of the Mayanagri, but you can’t really deny the soaring success this dreamy theme park has gained in a span of two years. I was recently invited to Imagica for reviewing the place, and despite being scared (Yes! Dead Scared) of rides I did go. So here it is, all about Imagica to contemplate whether to go or not to go. Reasons why you should visit Imagica – Theme – It is all about Disney from the minute you enter. The Dream Magic castle with a pond full of lotuses; 3D walls with stories of Disney Princesses and little bit of magical touch to every corner. It is a mini Disney land which actually has tried to stay very different from Disney with a magical Indian flavour in the theme. Rides – As
Disney Magic Kingdom is the most visited theme park in the world. In my recent trip I got a chance to visit this world famous amusement park and I bet I was in a fantasy world. Even if you are an adult like me, this dreamland has got everything to keep you glued. Every attraction has its own story, unique concept, innovative presentation, superb animations and special effects. Here I present to you the top 10 attractions of Magic Kingdom which you can’t afford to miss. Splash Mountain This is probably the best ride of Magic Kingdom located in Frontierland. That descend from 50 foot high hill, right into the pool of water at a speed around 50 km/h is just outstanding. Also during the ascend there are lot of twists and turns which will keep you entertained.
Alila Diwa chain of hotels started in Indonesia and they grew with their Balinese influence, but in times when luxury hotels are robbing Goa of its colonial essence, Alila Diwa managed to mould a little bit of Bali with a lot of Goa in their exquisite property in Marjorda. It was a delight to see traditional Portuguese-style courtyards around banyan trees they surround where sun beams danced on the ground, just like cold charmed days. Old charm never really fades away with time if you know how to preserve it, and the resort surely does. Strolling languidly through the dimly lit corridors that were adorned by traditional roofs and old red stone pillars and clicking random pictures was probably my favorite pastime there. The hallways and the tiny clear pools of water give the place a surreal appeal while the
It was an all boys trip, also my first true hiking trip in Himalayas. Plan was to go Aut by bus and then this small place called Shoja by anything we get and hike to Jalori Pass and then depending of situation hike upto either the Raghupur fort or Serolsar lake. We were excited about the whole trip and making sure to make every arrangement in advance. After some R & D, it was decided that Shoja will be the best place for night’s stay. There are few options there to stay likely, Raja Guest House and Banjara Retreat. As we were tight on budget, Banjara Retreat was not an option, so Raja Guest House was contacted. June is sort of off season, so we got room easily and reasonably priced too. The Shoja village and Raja Guest House Let