Reviews

Ayurvedic Spa at the Chariot Beach Resort, Mahabalipuram

A Spa session is always relaxing, and it becomes even more exciting when you can view the soft waves breaking on a secluded beautiful beach. The Ayurvedic Spa at the Chariot Beach Resort offers this wonderful experience. I had the opportunity to experience the wellness at the Ayurvedic Spa at the Chariot Beach Resort in Mahabalipuram when I got invited to the Bloggers’ Retreat there. Read about my experience at the resort here. Of late, the lady at my Salon told me that SPA is actually an acronym for the Latin phrase “salus per aquae” or “sanus per aquae”...

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Chariot Beach Resort – the cosiest choice at Mahabalipuram

So what do you do when you are at the Kalchukki peak after an arduous, slippery trek and you get an invitation to visit the beautiful coastal town Mahabalipuram? You accept it graciously while wondering how he could get a mobile connection there! So here I was at the Chariot Beach Resort at Mahabalipuram with 34 other awesome bloggers. Mahabalipuram or Mamallapuram is one of the most scenic towns in the Coromandel Coast facing the Bay of Bengal. Being very close to Chennai (it takes only one and a half hour from Chennai), Mahabalipuram serves as a perfect weekend...

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Saino Heritage Guest House, Takdah – Review

Takdah is a beautiful hamlet located about 28 km from Darjeeling. The place is not yet fully developed as a tourist destination, but the natural and scenic beauty of the place is exceptional. Takdah does not have many options in regards to accommodation. On our visit to Takdah, we chose to stay at Saino Heritage Guest House. And we not for a moment regretted this decision. The stay was so pleasing that we are compelled to write about it. Takdah was a cantonment area in the British period. Quite naturally, there are a number of bungalows in the area. These...

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Bolo Har Har…err.. Harrowing Shivaay – the review

The title of the post actually surmises my feelings for Shivaay. Cast: Ajay Devgn, Erika Kaar, Saayeshaa Sehgal, Abigail Eames, Vir Das My Ratings: 2.5/5 When the first poster of Shivaay was out, I was intrigued. The poster had Ajay Devgn all over in a very bold and mountaineer avatar and was enough to pique my interest over the movie. Next, the teaser and trailer heightened my anticipation. Being a mountain lover myself, very soon I found myself eagerly waiting for the movie. In fact, Shivaay won over Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil because Shivaay was about mountains...

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