I would honestly like to start by saying that Taiwan is an absolute surprise. Check out my previous blog for a very abridged version of the experience in Taiwan. We had to cancel our Bali tickets due to Mt Agung eruption so we got a round trip for around $1500 from Seattle to Taiwan Non-stop… Continue reading New Year in Taiwan!
I moved to Seattle last year in April when summer had just started. Back then I didn't really appreciate the summer as much as I do now that its winter. People did warn me and told me to enjoy as much as I can until the city is back to its default gloomy weather. As… Continue reading Sunset in Seattle
Taiwan was pretty much a last-minute trip for us. We had planned for Bali to celebrate the New Year. However, due to Mt Agung eruption, we had to cancel our plans. We started looking for other options as we only had two weeks left for cancelling Bali flight and deciding on another place. Since our… Continue reading “Surprise” 8 times I felt in Taiwan!
A trip that was supposed to be about Northern lights, exploring the winter wonderland turned out to be so much more than just that. Fairbanks, a small city with the population of only 33,000. We never imagined to make friends in this city, nor did we expect people to be so amazing, friendly and welcoming.… Continue reading Exploring the Winter Wonderland, Fairbanks!
Planning for Alaskan Winter was an experience in itself! We had a lot of stressful days at work thinking about it alone. However, with a lot of research we came across a lot of facts, information, things to know, things that would help in making our trip stress free and fun. So I thought of… Continue reading Prepping for winter trip in Fairbanks, AK
Places to see and things do! 1) Pikes market 2) Chihuly Garden and glass 3) Pier 66 4) Lazer show in Pacific Science Center, where they have laser show in the dome to the music by some popular artists. 5) In summer/fall, take a stroll in one of the parks in Seattle. 6) Seattle skyline, There… Continue reading A quick Seattle Guide!
Nirmal's qualifies to be one of my favourite restaurant for Indian food. This place is the closest to being authentic Indian food in the Seattle area. The first time, the wait was excruciatingly painful and kind of disorganized. Probably because it was super crowded and we had no reservations. However, our anger melted when we ate… Continue reading Nirmal’s ❤
I studied in Dallas, Texas for two years and worked there for another two years. So Texas is pretty much my second home in the USA. People might call Texas boring but with the right company, there is so much more to it. And I am really glad that I have great friends back in… Continue reading Good Old Texas!
This was a unique experience. This place in Redmond Washington has Indian food with a twist! You should definitely start with dessert first because that's how awesome their Malpua is. And you definitely need an uninterrupted appetite for their Malpua's served with one scoop of ice cream. Their Caipirinha and Pineapple Ginger Mojito were classic Cocktails!… Continue reading The Guilt Trip
I love taking Weekend getaways to the nearby cities within the USA. I have been doing that since I moved to the States. I have been wanting to go to SFO for really long but tickets were kinda expensive from Texas so the plan always got postponed. Things worked out after moving to Washington. I… Continue reading A weekend in SFO and Big Sur…