Sunday, March 26, 2017

Tata Tigor: An experiential Review


Last weekend I along with a group of bloggers were invited to be a part of the "Unveiling of Tata Tigor" at Hyatt Andaz, Delhi. 

A Stylish Afternoon



In the two days event, day 1 started in a very stylish way at 1AQ where all bloggers gathered and connected over food and drinks. Highlight of the afternoon was the session with Mr. Amey who depending on our personalities was gifting perfumes to all the participants and also gave us a little insight into the history of them. We were also given our personality dependent styles at the Tata Tigor Style Studio e.g. Retro, Classic etc.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

A weekend in Matheran: My first trip of 2017

11.03.2017
It was a new morning, the birds had not started to chirp but the morning made sense. It was going to be my first trip of 2017. I started early morning from my house at 5.30 am and reached Neral around 08:30 hrs. Looking forward to my first toy train journey, my two pals and I reached the station but to our dismay the trains were not running due to technical issues. Nonetheless, we clicked some pictures with the train which was standing still on the tracks without engine. 

My spirits were already high as I could make the first trip of 2017 happen after 3 cancelled trips. 

We took a taxi from Neral to Matheran and reached the Matheran parking by around 10:00 hrs. Since Matheran is a non-vehicle zone, you have to move on your foot or hire a horse to venture ahead inside the beautiful hill station.

Monday, March 13, 2017

A ‘Trip’ You Don’t Want to Miss

I have lived in Goa which is famous for its Sun, Sand & Sea for 5 years and have visited twice after leaving it for job in Mumbai but never had visited Morjim Beach which is famous for being a nesting and hatching habitat of the Olive ridley sea turtle, an endangered species. 

Recently when I heard about the "Trip", a resto-bar situated in the Morjim Beach, I couldn't stop myself from researching more on it and the beach, which makes me want to visit Goa pretty soon and Trip is on my foodie wish list too. 



Why do I wanna visit Trip? 

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

So fever Her Eau de Parfum: A review


Smell's quite overwhelming and is provocative like some sweet spices from a long lost city. Its actually a seductive blend of crisp blackcurrant, sultry sweet sandalwood and untamed Ginger Flower, enveloping the wearer in a fiery warmth. That's true. I applied a little behind my ears and the warmth was first surprising but then felt amazing. 

The amazing lady like bottle took my heart away when I first saw it. The liquid is very light brown gives an impression of diluted whisky. I loved the bottle and the compact design which is handy and best for on the go bag. It is a 50 ml bottle and since it doesn't wear off easily, So Fever is here to play long innings.

Its tantalizing smell don't let you forget to have a good time. An aura is created, you may feel like you are in a bubble the whole time. I liked the smell and other features of it but I am a lover of something soft and soothing and considering that "So fever" as I said was quite overwhelming for me. 

Ingredients
ALCOHOL DENAT., AQUA, PARFUM, BENZYL SALICYLATE, PEG-40 HYDROGENATED CASTOR OIL, BUTYLPHENYL METHYLPROPIONAL, LIMONENE, ALPHA-ISOMETHYL IONONE, GERANIOL, HYDROXYCITRONELLAL, LINALOOL, COUMARIN, ISOEUGENOL, BENZYL BENZOATE, CITRONELLOL, CITRAL, PHENOXYETHANOL, CI 19140, CI 16035

Pros
1. Beautiful bottle
2. Seductive tone of fragrance
3. Sweet spices like feel all day

Cons 
1. If you ain't a fan of sweet spice like fragrance which embraces you with warmth then you may probably won't want to try it but still I would say try it once.
2. Little pricey.

Price
INR 2699 for 50ml bottle

Final Verdict
4 / 5

Sunday, March 05, 2017

Kalaghoda Arts Festival: A Photo Essay

2017
Why is it called so?

The Kala Ghoda festival, organised by Kala Ghoda Association (a non-profit organization formed on 30th October 1998 with the objective of maintaining and preserving the heritage and art district of South Mumbai) is named after the blackish equestrian statue of Edward VII.