[20 Jul 2014 | 51 Comments | ]

Yahoo featured me as a Fab & Fearless girl on its exclusive video.

It is a great honour that out of billions of Indians YAHOO chose me to showcase as a “Fab & Fearless girl“.

One fine day I was approached by them. They said they wanted to shoot me. Not with a gun, but the video kind. :D
After initial reluctance, I agreed.

self @lemonicks.com

Here is the link of the video for you. Thus yours truly is the only Travel blogger from India to have this honor !

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Tags: General

[8 Dec 2014 | 10 Comments | ]

In Taiwan, reading is a cultural phenomenon
I don’t think I can ever cease to admire Taiwan as a country. I had loads of curiosity before I visited it & it hasn’t lessened a bit. I am still amazed, I am still surprised in many ways.
Today I will talk about the wonderful reading culture in Taiwan.

book reading in Taiwan @lemonicks.com

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Tags: Taiwan

[30 Nov 2014 | 10 Comments | ]

Have you visited any country and travelled only in cabs? Most likely the answer is NO, unless you are on an official trip or on your honeymoon. :P Traveling in cabs can make a big hole in your pocket. And hence comes the role of public transport. Good or bad, it tells us so much about the place.

Taipei MRT @lemonicks.com

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Tags: Taipei · Taiwan

[18 Nov 2014 | 9 Comments | ]

I have been to many, many cities across the world but haven’t seen so many malls in a single city of the size of Manila. And when we talk about Mall of Asia (MOA), then we are talking about something really big!

MOA manila @lemonicks.com

I went to the bay side and (more…)

Tags: Manila · Philippines

[5 Nov 2014 | 21 Comments | ]

Victoria Terminus at Night

Ambling around the city or older part of Mumbai gives us excellent visual delights of its rich heritage & history. One can see many main buildings, offices, showcasing the same. From Gateway to Fort to Victoria Terminus, our eyes are never tired to see them.

victoria terminus @lemonicks.com

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Tags: India · Mumbai · VT

[1 Nov 2014 | 4 Comments | ]

You may enjoy a hopping off point for day-trippers, but Tunisia has a lot to offer those who travel to the country in the hope of experiencing something new.
While adventure sports like parasailing, banana boats, desert dune buggies are all very much on the menu, there are some alternative adventures that are quite specific to this exciting country, too.

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Tags: Tunisia

[20 Oct 2014 | 6 Comments | ]

I had seen pictures & videos of this scooter kind of snow vehicle but to be honest, I wasn’t even sure of the name! So when I was told that we are going to drive snow mobiles, I was a bit apprehensive. Not that I don’t love adventure sports; Scuba diving, Bungee jumping, Parasailing, Rappelling, Segways.. I have done them all. But this? I cheered myself that there is always a first time for everything.

snow mobile in zakopane @lemonicks.com

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Tags: Poland · Zakopane

[18 Oct 2014 | 14 Comments | ]

I stand near a river bridge, on the famous river Ebro by which the town Zaragosa is situated. The river is the longest in the country. The weather is sunny and breezy. The two sculptures of lions on the pillars of the bridge stand guard. As I wait for a taxi which will take me to the exhibition site of the new town of Zaragosa on the other side of the bridge, I see a horse sculpture.

Angel Cordero Garcia @lemonicks.com

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Tags: Spain · Zaragosa