If you’ve hosted a few experiences, you may have already come across this common pain point for hosts: a late guest! Perhaps they hopped on the wrong train, hadn’t yet adapted to your time zone, or just couldn’t find your meeting spot—showing up late happens to the best of us. We asked our community for their top tips to help manage late guests and the group that might be waiting on them. Read on for creative solutions to this common issue. Helping your guests arrive on time You may be…Read more..
“A world within a world” was how Rudyard Kipling once described Spiti Valley. Aptly so, as this lesser known neighbour of Ladakh has a lot to offer! From its snow capped peaks to the scenic village tucked away in the lap of the Himalayas, its ancient monasteries, inimitable wildlife and of course a captivating culture and a delicious cuisine, Spiti Valley has something for everyone. Situated at an altitude of around 12,500 feet it is bordered by Tibet in the east, Ladakh to the north, Kinnaur to the south east.…Read more..
Rugged and adventurous, the Indonesian island is growing in popularity for intrepid travellers. But I felt it is useful in the terms of business. As a tourist, I find it to similar to India some parts. As performing adventure the island is a great place to explore it, diverse underwater escape, surf breaks and surging rivers, wildlife, trekking. Indonesia to be believed has also helped cultivation of trade to China and Indian Kingdoms. It has a lot of population and people there are very helpful. Half of the crowd are…Read more..
Incredible visit. The day I landed Singapore airport the view was breathtaking. Well it was raining also; in the month of December. Shocked; it ruined my most of the plans. Coming back, what I found many Indians around; asserted as mini India. Singapore is expensive though but worth the sightseeing. Lot to explore. The people there are quite personable and helpful. All love Indians!! (Laugh your head off). Despite country size, the island packs a punch with a blend of elements that come together in unexpected symphony. Modern-architectural marvels, urban…Read more..
2 days of bliss in Hyderabad A mere bliss!! These words aptly express my experience on my trip to Hyderabad. It was awesome to be in Hyderabad- full on dhamal. Let me share some of its best memories. On my First dayme and my group went to visit market –‘laad bazar’ Hyderabad has century’s old bazaars offering exquisite crafts like bidri and local products such as ittar, as well as chic boutiques and designer stores. Near to the Charminar, this bazaar is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist attractions…Read more..