I’d like to be known as a totally fearless solo traveller, doting mother, ambitious hotelier and entertaining story-teller. Memories of my journey across 22 states of India, 30 countries around the world, my passion to remain fit and healthy and financially secure get intense every time I feel so engaged with life.
Through my write-ups I dream of inspiring more women who aspire to explore, reach their full potential, conquer their dreams, travel alone, speak up and never get lost.
Travel gives us complete freedom – to shed the baggage of everyday life, make our own choices, and just be the person we always wanted to be? Many a time, handling a crisis single-handed becomes a part of solo travel. Being stranded at an airport with an expiring visa could be a case. The ‘ifs and buts and what-ifs’ equip us to handle unexpected situations. Solo women travellers experience so many ecstatic moments in their lives that they fully accept the risks, if at all any, they run into.
Travelling solo helped me discover and rediscover myself that helped me grow stronger. I choose to travel solo because I love to do things at my will, speed and convenience. Walking at 4.00 am in the Beverly Hills in Los Angeles to watch sunrise and explore the area while everyone slept was possible being solo. Unspoilt beauty, friendly locals and inclusiveness are my criteria of a perfect destination.
After my solo trip to Ubud in Bali, I’m unstoppable. Making friends in each country I visit has become a hobby that comes with a perk. That