A Fresh Look at The Alcatraz of India


Growing up in northern India, I had some familiarity with Andaman and Nicobar Islands only through my history and geography books. These group of islands are a part of India and located 1200 kilometers south east of the country, almost halfway between Indian and Thailand. Actually, the only other thing we were taught in school about the … Continue reading A Fresh Look at The Alcatraz of India

Mexico City – Your Food and Culture Guide


I know, I know. Some of you are angered by that title. No avocados?! How could I go to Mexico and not eat copious amounts of avocados?! You totally should! My point is there’s more to Mexico City than guacamole. I got to explore this recently when the Le Meridien Mexico City invited me to … Continue reading Mexico City – Your Food and Culture Guide

Cookies That Do You Good


I recently discovered Sweet Loren’s, a brand of cookie dough available in most grocery stores. What caught my attention was that these were whole grain, dairy-fee, with no artificial flavors, trans fats and high fructose corn syrup. Finally, a cookie that won’t weigh you down and feels good to the tastebuds! What’s more unique is … Continue reading Cookies That Do You Good

Go Eat Give Artisan Box – Gifts That Give Back


For the first time, we are offering a curated artisan gift box for this holiday season! Go Eat Give has partnered with GlobeIn, an online marketplace that offers handcrafted products sourced from direct relationships with artisans as well as vetted partner organizations. By buying on GlobeIn, you are supporting artisans from around the world and in developing … Continue reading Go Eat Give Artisan Box – Gifts That Give Back

Santa, Sleighs and Igloos in Finland


Do you believe in Santa Claus? What if I told you that the letters you address to “The North Pole” actually make it to a small town in Finland, where Santa and his helpers sit at their desks and read each and every letter? You probably won’t believe me, thinking it was a made up kids … Continue reading Santa, Sleighs and Igloos in Finland

Where In The World Do You Want To Move To?


Last night, the immigration website for Canada crashed due to too much traffic. Apparently, that is the first country Americans think of moving to (almost every 4 years) especially during election time. Most of them do not end up making the jump across the border though. This time it’s different. A lot of my friends … Continue reading Where In The World Do You Want To Move To?

5 Reasons Why I Could Live in the Philippines


What did I like most about the Philippines? Well, a lot of things! Beautiful beaches, quiet islands, fresh fruits, friendly people, to name a few. Each day, I thought about what it would be like to live here and thought about the five most compelling reasons I would want to move to the Philippines. Mangoes Grow … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why I Could Live in the Philippines

Why Volunteering In Thailand Can Be The Best Travel Experience


Thailand is one destination that does not really needs a reason to visit. Being regularly featured in most of the “Top Destinations to Visit” lists, its popularity in travel fraternity is not unknown. Then why should you be thinking about volunteering in Thailand? You might wonder. Volunteering abroad is a form of traveling overseas that … Continue reading Why Volunteering In Thailand Can Be The Best Travel Experience

The Best Summer Scenery From Armenia (Photo Blog)


Though Armenia is a small country (141st largest in the world), it has a lot of diverse landscapes. From snow capped mountains and alpine lakes, to dry deserts and lush green valleys, there are lots of micro climates within Armenia. Our Go Eat Give photographer, Amanda Villa-Lobos took over ten thousand pictures while traveling around … Continue reading The Best Summer Scenery From Armenia (Photo Blog)

Flying Qatar Airways Business Class


Honestly, I am jealous of my friends in the corporate world who get to jet set when they fly for work. They relax in their flatbed seats while sipping on a glass of champagne served in real crystal glass, while I am squeezed in the economy middle seat for up to 30 hours at a time. As … Continue reading Flying Qatar Airways Business Class