I am not really a great fan of talking about itineraries since I myself like being flexible. Also, everyone experiences travel in a very different way. I like to combine offbeat sightseeing with bouts of laziness in between. Here’s where my head was at while navigating the massive and beautiful Black Forest: 1. Do not… Read More 5 things to do in the Black Forest
Are Germans really that direct? Find out…… Read More 5 German Stereotypes: My Take
I never stop getting asked the same questions over and over about being Indian. I figured I could do a dynamic life-long post about the most common questions you get asked when traveling or living abroad in order to better prepare you to deal with the wide variety of topics hurled at you. Ethnicity Q1.… Read More Top 10 Being Indian Questions
Do you think you have what it takes to learn German?… Read More How hard is the German language?
‘When she was just a girl she expected the world But it flew away from her reach So she ran away in her sleep and dreamed of Para-para-paradise, para-para-paradise, para-para-paradise’ I like to think there are some things so obvious that you’ve always wanted to do that you forget the urgency of doing them in… Read More The time I finally saw Coldplay live
As a child who grew up with a lot of rules both at school and at home, where excelling in academics always superseded all other desires (much like most other Indian kids born in the 90’s), I was always inclined to plan for the future. To a great extent, I have jumped into one thing… Read More Reflecting on 9 months abroad
As a student, unless you happen to be a minority, you are usually constrained by a limited budget that your parents/savings/scholarship/job allows you to have. Every cent saved goes into your future miscellaneous bundle of happiness (travel, beer, concert, elephant rides et Al). None of the things I say here will be miracle savers and… Read More 5 ways to save money as a foreign student