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Eating my way through Auckland

Pani puri shells filled with creamy vanilla ice-cream. A smooth, creamy meringue topped with sliced, ripe strawberries that sit upon a sugary crust. Dishes with names like ‘ugly carrot’ …I found all this and more in Auckland, New Zealand, and wrote about it in the Janaury 2018 issue of Travel and Leisure Magazine (India and South Asia):

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Walk in the woods, by night

There’s something alluring about the woods. Even when illuminated by the scorching rays of the sun, they seem to hold many-a-mysteries. It’s as though secrets lurk in the thick foliage, peek through the branches above, and whisper in the crackling of bramble beneath your feet. 49 more words

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Old is new again, in Singapore

Who would’ve  thought that a 5th Century BC art-form would give rise to the cutting-edge technology behind the Trick Eye Museum, Singapore. Find out more by reading my article (below), which printed in The Hindu Metroplus. Or click here

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What to eat in Taiwan?

Stinky tofu, ice-cream spring rolls, spicy snails, and more…

I am blessed in that I have no food restrictions and no allergies.

So, on a trip to Taiwan, I ate my way through the capital city of Taipei, and wrote about it for the Economic Times Panache Travel supplement:

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Looking to dine alfresco in Mumbai?

One of the perks of being a features writer; you get to do food reviews. Here’s a brand new terrace bar and grill in the city, that I checked out for Mid Day

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Ahoy! My very first cruise

2017 came with many firsts, including my first time on board a cruise ship. And it wasn’t just any ship, but the Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas, that had me travel from Singapore to Thailand, Malaysia and back. 130 more words

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Mental Health in the Music Industry

***Originally published on Verge Campus BU***

The stigma against mental health has been slowly brought down over the last decade, specifically in the music industry. Although we have so much further to go, a conversation has been opened up in music and arts, which helps us as a society grow to be more accepting and understanding. 465 more words

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